Viola Davis and Shailene Woodley Added as Screen Actors Guild Awards Presenters
The actresses, nominated for their respective roles in "The Help" and "The Descendants," join Glenn Close, Berenice Bejo and Bryan Cranston as the latest boldfaced names on the lineup for the Jan. 29 ceremony.
Five more presenters have been added to the Screen Actors Guild Awards' expanding list.
Set to grace the SAG stage on Sunday's ceremony: Viola Davis, nominated for best actress and outstanding performance by a cast for The Help; Shailene Woodley, a rookie nominee for her ensemble role in The Descendants; Glenn Glose, a best-actress nominee for Albert Nobbs; Berenice Bejo, up for best supporting actress and cast ensemble for The Artist; and Breaking Bad's Bryan Cranston, up for best actor and cast ensemble for his work in the AMC series.
The five presenters, annouced Friday by SAG awards executive producer Jeff Margolis, join an evolving presenter lineup that includes George Clooney, Jessica Chastain, Kathy Bates, Tina Fey, Judy Greer, Kyle Chandler, Octavia Spencer, Patrick Duffy, Linda Gray, Larry Hagman, Armie Hammer, Ed Helms, SAG President Ken Howard, Regina King, Julianna Margulies, Natalie Portman and Dick Van Dyke.
This year's SAG awards, the 18th annual edition, will air live on TNT and TBS at 8 p.m EST/5 p.m. PST from the Shrine Exposition Center in Los Angeles.
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