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The 16th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards - Video Interviews

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The Red Carpet Report from the 2010 SAG Awards from Thomas Attila Lewis on Vimeo.

After our interviews with Scott Bakula, Lauren Velez, and the incredible Betty White last week, we made our way to the Shrine Auditorium early Saturday afternoon to see the which group of actors, nominated by their peers, would receive the honor of winning a Screen Actors Guild award.

We might not have had the 'best spot' (does such a thing exist?) on the carpet but we took advantage of the privilege of being there to talk to cast members from the best shows on television in the video above:

"True Blood" (HBO) cast members:
Todd Lowe - aka Terry Bellefleur
Deborah Ann Woll - aka Jessica Hamby
Kristin Bauer - aka Pam

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"Modern Family" (ABC) cast members:
Ty Burrell - aka Phil Dunphy
Rico Rodriguez - aka Manny Delgado
Eric Stonestreet - aka Cameron Tucker

And these amazing actors:
Katrina Bowden - aka Cerie from "30 Rock" (NBC)
James Remar - aka Harry Morgan from "Dexter" (Showtime)
Thomas Jane - aka Ray Drecker of "Hung" (HBO)
Anthony John Denison - aka Lt. Andy Flynn of "The Closer" (TNT)
Kiernan Shipka - aka Sally Draper from "Mad Men" (AMC)
Leslie David Baker - aka Stanley Hudson of "The Office" (NBC)

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Kevin Bacon, winner of the 2010 SAG award for Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Television Movie or Miniseries. Photo Thomas Attila Lewis
In the press room we asked Kevin Bacon, winner of the 2010 SAG award for Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Television Movie or Miniseries, what got him through his most difficult moments in an admittedly up and down career. He said, "When I was at my absolute lowest, when my last work wasn't something I respected and there was no opportunity or offers to work ahead of me, I realized that when I got up in the morning, that acting was still the only thing I really wanted to do with my life - that's what made me keep going."

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Sandra Bullock, winner of the 2010 SAG award for Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Leading Role. Photo Thomas Attila Lewis
When asked about how the part of Leigh Ann Tuohy in the film Blind Side, came to her, Sandra Bullock, winner of the 2010 SAG award for Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Leading Role, told us that "I had taken two years off from acting and just enjoyed life. I learned how to say 'no' to work and I said the word 'no' a lot. I only wanted to work on a film and a role that I knew I would enjoy more than what I found outside of work - the film had to have meaning and the part had to move me. Obviously this beautiful story and character were exactly what I wanted to do."We have dozens of photographs from the event coming today so please stay tuned.