SAG Awards: Tina Fey, Benedict Cumberbatch, Amy Adams to Present
Bradley Cooper, John Goodman and Jeremy Renner are also among the final group of presenters announced Friday.
The last set of presenters for Saturday's 20th annual Screen Actors Guild Awards has been announced.
The final group of stars set to take the stage are: Tina Fey, Benedict Cumberbatch, Amy Adams, Bradley Cooper, John Goodman, Jeremy Renner, Josh Holloway and Pauley Perrette.
Fey is nominated for two SAG awards for her role as Liz Lemon in NBC's 30 Rock. She's received 14 SAG nominations and five awards for her role in the series, which ended last year.
Adams, Cooper and Renner are all nominated for best cast for their work on David O. Russell's American Hustle. Cumberbatch is nominated as part of the casts of 12 Years a Slave and August: Osage County, which are also up for best motion picture cast.
Goodman recently starred in Inside Llewyn Davis and lent his voice to Disney-Pixar's Monsters University. The Roseanne alum will next appear in George Clooney's upcoming film The Monuments Men.
Holloway is starring in CBS' Intelligence, and Perrette stars in fellow CBS drama NCIS.
Previously announced presenters include Ben Affleck, Sasha Alexander, Don Cheadle, Robert DeNiro, Morgan Freeman, Jennifer Garner, Clark Gregg, Tom Hanks, Ken Howard, Mindy Kaling, Jennifer Lawrence, Jared Leto, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, James Marsden, Matthew McConaughey, Ewan McGregor, Lupita Nyong'o, Sarah Paulson, Julia Roberts, Elisabeth Rohm, Kevin Spacey, Meryl Streep, Emma Thompson, Kerry Washington, Forest Whitaker and Oprah Winfrey.
The 20th Annual SAG Awards will be broadcast live from the Los Angeles Shrine Exposition Center on both TNT and TBS at 8 p.m. ET on Saturday.
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