SAG announces results of board elections
Ron Perlman, Jeff Garlin among 27 new membersSAG on Thursday night announced the results of its national board elections.
Twenty-seven of the 69 seats were open for election this year, representing the guild's Hollywood, New York and regional branch divisions.
The newly elected members will assume office Saturday.
The election results from SAG's press release are as follows:
National board members elected from the Hollywood division (top 11 -- three-year terms, next two -- one-year terms): Ron Perlman, Jason George, Gabrielle Carteris, Jeff Garlin, Clyde Kusatsu, Marisol Nichols, Marcia Strassman, Jenny O'Hara, Dawnn Lewis, Clark Gregg, Michael O'Keefe, L. Scott Caldwell and D. W. Moffett
The following were elected to serve as national goard alternates and to the Hollywood Division Board of Directors (all one-year terms): Sam Jaeger, Michael O'Neill, Bill Smitrovich, Ned Vaughn, Christine Lakin, Woody Schultz, Mimi Cozzens, Tara Radcliffe, Patrick Fabian, Donal Logue, Stacey Travis, Esai Morales, Ellen Crawford, Assaf Cohen, Mandy Steckelberg, Conrad E. Palmisano, Michelle Allsopp, Jon Huertas, Valerie Harper, Gilles Marini, Sarayu Rao and Bertila Damas
National board members elected from the New York division (all three-year terms): Nancy Giles, Richard Masur, Maureen Donnelly, Sue-Anne Morrow and Mike Hodge
The following were elected to serve as National Board alternates and to the New York Division Board of Directors (all one-year terms): Manny Alfaro, Justin Barrett, Marc Baron, Jay Potter, Kevin Scullin, John Rothman, Joe Narciso, Dave Bachman and Andrew Dolan
National board members elected from the regional branch division: Steven A. Fried (Arizona -- three-year term), Todd Hissong (Chicago -- three-year term), Nancy Duerr (Florida -- three-year term), Debra Nelson (Georgia -- three-year term), Robert Nelson (Houston -- one-year term), Roy Costley (New Mexico -- three-year term), Tom Chantler (San Francisco -- three-year term), Abby Dylan (Seattle -- three-year term) and Anne Sward (Utah -- three-year term)