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Mark Ruffalo, Uzo Aduba, and More Broadway Vets Win Screen Actors Guild Awards

Frances McDormand, William H. Macy, and Eddie Redmayne were also among the victorious stage folk.

Broadway vet Mark Ruffalo (left), seen here with Taylor Kitsch, is the winner of a 2015 Screen Actors Guild Award for his performance in HBO's adaptation of Larry Kramer's The Normal Heart.
(© Jojo Whilden/HBO)

Broadway veterans made a prominent mark on last night's annual Screen Actors Guild Awards. The Broadway-themed Birdman won the prize for Best Cast in a Movie. Eddie Redmayne, who won a 2010 Tony Award for his performance in John Logan's play Red, won the Screen Actors Guild Award for Best Actor in a Film for The Theory of Everything. Uzo Aduba (Godspell) won Best Actress in a Comedy Series for Orange Is the New Black. William H. Macy (Speed-the-Plow) took home the prize for Best Actor in a Comedy Series for the series Shameless.

Mark Ruffalo (Awake and Sing!) won the award for Best Actor in a TV Movie or Miniseries for the adaptation of Larry Kramer's play The Normal Heart. Frances McDormand, a 2011 Tony Award winner for Good People, took home the Screen Actors Guild Award for Best Actress in a TV Movie or Miniseries for Olive Kitteridge.

Other theater-related wins included Tony winner Kevin Spacey (Lost in Yonkers), Best Actor in a Drama Series for House of Cards, and two-time Tony winner Viola Davis (Fences), Best Actress in a Drama Series for How to Get Away With Murder. Julianne Moore (The Vertical Hour) won the SAG Award for Best Actress in a Film for Still Alice.

Carrie Fisher, a 2010 Drama Desk nominee for her solo show Wishful Drinking, presented her mother, Tony nominee Debbie Reynolds (Irene), with the Lifetime Achievement Award.

For a full list of 2015 Screen Actors Guild Award winners, click here.

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