Everything You Need to Know About the 2023 Screen Actors Guild Awards: When It Will Air, Who Will Host, and More

Another day, another award ceremony! The 2023 Screen Actors Guild Awards are quickly approaching, and the guest list will include many of Hollywood’s biggest stars.

Ashley Park and Haley Lu Richardson announced the nominations in January. The Emily in Paris actress, 31, and White Lotus actress, 27, took to Instagram Live to reveal who was being honoured this year.

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The 29th annual SAG Awards honour stars from both the big and small screens for their achievements in the previous year. Michelle Yeoh (Everything, Everywhere, All at Once), Colin Farrell (The Banshees of Inisherin), Zendaya (Euphoria), and Amanda Seyfried were among those honoured for their outstanding performances (The Dropout).

“The warmest feeling is peer recognition,” the Mean Girls actress, 37, said in a statement following the nominations announcement. “The thing you never expect but always strive for because it makes you feel seen and at home. This is a joyful day for me.”

When the SAG nominations were announced, Seyfried had just won Best Actress – Limited or Anthology Series or Television Film at the 2023 Golden Globes. Yeoh, 60, was also nominated for Best Actress in a Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy.

If her award season streak continues, the Crazy Rich Asians actress has the potential to make history. Yeoh would be the first Asian-American performer to receive the SAG Award for Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Leading Role.

Everything Everywhere All At Once racked up five total nominations from the SAG-AFTRA members, including Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture. Breakout star Stephanie Hsu could hardly contain her excitement upon receiving her first SAG Awards nod.

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When I saw the Supporting Actress nominees in that Elvis suit with Angela [Bassett], Hong [Chau], Kerry [Candon], Jamie [Lee Curtis], and others… “I had to do a double, triple, maybe four takes,” the 32-year-old Broadway star exclaimed in January. “I’m so humbled to be standing alongside them.

Thank you to SAG and my coworkers for seeing me. Thank you for honouring me. Every time we step into the shoes of another character, we give our entire heart and soul, our brokenness and our magic. We don’t always “receive our flowers.” Today, I treat this nomination like a large bouquet. Thank you very much.”

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Scroll down to learn everything you need to know about the 2023 SAG Awards:
When Are the SAG Awards?

The 29th annual SAG Awards will be held on Sunday, February 26, at the Fairmont Century Plaza in Century City, California.

Who Will Preside Over the SAG Awards?

There has been no announcement of a host for the 2023 ceremony. Kristen Bell hosted the first SAG Awards in 2018, followed by Megan Mullally. The 2020 event was opened and closed by Eugene and Dan Levy, but there was no official host in 2021 or 2022.
Where Will the SAG Awards Be Broadcast?

It was announced in May 2022 that the upcoming ceremony would not be broadcast on TNT and TBS as previously. Instead, the awards will be streamed live on Netflix’s YouTube channel at 8 p.m. ET.
Who Has the Most SAG Awards Nominations?

Both Everything, Everywhere, All at Once and The Banshees of Inisherin have five nominations. Ozark has the most nominations for television, with four.

Who Will Be Honored for Life Achievement in 2023?

The SAG Life Achievement Award will be presented to Sally Field. In a January statement, SAG-AFTRA president Fran Drescher praised Field’s “authentic” performances and “layered career,” saying, “Sally is an amazing actor with an enormous range and an uncanny ability to embody any character.”

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This year’s ambassadors are Richardson and Ginny & Georgia star Antonia Gentry. According to a press release issued on February 8, the title goes to “Actors who exemplify the profession’s highest values and serve as positive role models for the next generation of performers. These people actively use their platform to advocate for humanitarian and public service causes.”

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