SAG Awards: Sam Rockwell Thanks "Wonder Twin" Michelle Williams During Acceptance Speech

The actor received his third SAG Award on Sunday night.

Sam Rockwell snagged the best actor award in a TV movie or television miniseries at the 26th annual SAG Awards on Sunday night.

The actor, who portrays legendary Broadway choreographer and director Bob Fosse in Fosse/Verdon, prevailed over fellow nominees Mahershala Ali, Russell Crowe, Jared Harris and Jharrel Jerome. 

Upon receiving the statuette from Danai Gurira and Lupita Nyong'o, Rockwell talked about his dancing skills and lack thereof. He also reminisced about the show's choreographers and how their skills trump his "MC Hammer" and "Tom Cruise Risky Business " moves.

The actor went on to thank his fellow nominees during his speech. Rockwell said he wasn't expecting to being standing at the podium receiving the honor. 

"I share this with you," he said. Rockwell continued by sharing the award with Fosse/Verdon creator Thomas Kail and actress Michelle Williams, whom he called his "wonder twin." "I can't imagine doing this with anyone else but you," he told his co-star.

Earlier in the night, Williams took home the best actress in a miniseries prize for her work as Gwen Verdon in the drama. 

Rockwell's win marks his third overall SAG nod. In 2018, he took home the best supporting actor in a film prize for Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri in addition to the cast honor for the film.

The 26th annual SAG Awards aired on TBS and TNT from the Shrine Auditorium stage in Los Angeles.