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SAG Life Achievement Honoree Alan Alda Highlights Actors’ Important Role “When a Culture is Divided”

Alan Alda accepted the lifetime achievement honor during the 2019 SAG Awards ceremony on Sunday.

Alan Alda on ‘M*A*S*H’ Legacy and Why He’d Work With Woody Allen Again

When Alan Alda gets summoned to the Shrine Auditorium stage to collect his Life Achievement statuette at the 25th annual SAG Awards on Jan. 27, it wouldn't be at all out of character for the 82-year-old actor to cartwheel down the aisle.

Bob Christiansen, Emmy-Winning ‘Autobiography of Miss Jane Pittman’ Producer, Dies at 85

Bob Christiansen, an Emmy-winning producer on Cicely Tyson's 'The Autobiography of Miss Jane Pittman' who guided other high-profile telefilms starring Bette Davis, Alan Alda, James Caan and Alfre Woodard, has died. He was 85.

Tom Hanks to Present Alan Alda With SAG Lifetime Achievement Award

Tom Hanks will present Alan Alda with the lifetime achievement award during the 25th annual Screen Actors Guild Awards.

How SAG Award Honoree Alan Alda Spent 6 Decades Capturing Humanity

Alan Alda has 6 Emmys, 6 Golden Globes, 3 DGA Awards and an Oscar nom. On Jan. 27, he will receive the SAG Life Achievement Award.

Alan Alda Reveals Parkinson’s Diagnosis

Alan Alda, best known for his role on M*A*S*H, revealed he has Parkinson's disease on Tuesday's 'CBS This Morning.'

Emmys Flashback: Alan Alda Flipped Out When He Won an Emmy in 1979

The six-time winner Alan Alda famously did a cartwheel on the way up to the stage to accept his writing win for the “Inga” episode of 'M*A*S*H.'

Critic’s Picks: A June To-Do List for Film Buffs in L.A.

Los Angeles movie lovers tired of aliens, superheroes or buff beach bods can choose from retrospectives of work by John Huston, Jerry Schatzberg, Lina Wertmuller and more.

New ‘Bridge of Spies’ Trailer: Spielberg Sends Tom Hanks to Cold War-Era Berlin

The spy thriller gets a U.K. release date as the new trailer compounds the tension.

‘The Longest Ride’: What the Critics Are Saying

A reckless bull rider and a young college student spark a star-crossed romance in Nicholas Sparks latest film adaptation.

John Williams Not Scoring Spielberg Film for First Time Since 1985

The composer pulled out of Cold War thriller 'Bridge of Spies' due to a "minor health issue."

‘Love Letters’ Cut Short on Broadway

The two-character play with a rotating star cast had been scheduled to run through Feb. 15 but will now close Sunday