30 Rock stars Alec Baldwin and Tina Fey took home best actor and actress in a comedy series, respectively. Fey thanked her many acting teachers — including her winning co-star — before quipping about her network's recent late night troubles. "I just want to say to NBC, we are very happy with everything," Fey joked.
The Good Wife's Julianna Margulies broke the record for most wins by an actor with her win for best actress in a drama series, her seventh overall. Michael C. Hall of Dexter was awarded best actor in a drama series. Mad Men won best ensemble in a drama series for the second year in a row and freshman show Glee snagged best ensemble in a comedy series.
Inglourious Basterds also garnered two awards; for best ensemble in a film and for best supporting male actor, which went to Christoph Waltz. Jeff Bridges won best actor in a leading role for Crazy Heart while best actress went to The Blind Side's Sandra Bullock.
Bullock presented the lifetime achievement award to her "annoying" Proposal co-star, Betty White. White kept the crowd laughing by joking that she had slept with many of the actors in the room. (Nominee George Clooney, who guest-starred with White on Golden Girls two decades ago, thanked White for "her discretion" later in the evening.) White sincerely thanked the actors union for the honor before receiving a standing ovation from the crowd.
Check out the full list of winners below and visit our Screen Actors Guild section for complete coverage:
Best Ensemble — Drama:
Best Ensemble — Comedy: