Oklahoma native James Marsden, Rose Byrne, Bryan Cranston, Alfred Molina, Dev Patel, Amy Poehler and Noah Wyle will be presenters at the 19th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards, Executive Producer Jeff Margolis announced today.
They join a growing roster of actors who will honor their colleagues at the SAG Awards that already includes Ben Affleck, Alan Arkin, Alec Baldwin, Jessica Chastain, Bradley Cooper, Jeff Daniels, Viola Davis, Daniel Day-Lewis, Robert De Niro, Peter Facinelli, Sally Field, John Goodman, Neil Patrick Harris, Anne Hathaway, SAG-AFTRA Co-President Ken Howard, Hugh Jackman, Nicole Kidman, Jennifer Lawrence, Damian Lewis, Julianna Margulies, Julianne Moore, Busy Philipps, SAG-AFTRA Co-President Roberta Reardon, Carl Reiner, Liev Schreiber, Taye Diggs, Justin Timberlake, Kerry Washington, Naomi Watts, Sigourney Weaver and Tulsa native Alfre Woodard.
Along with his “Hairspray” co-stars, James Marsden was nominated for a motion picture cast SAG Award in 2008. He was recently seen as Criss in NBC’s “30 Rock” and has a number of films on tap, including “2 Guns” opposite Mark Wahlberg and Denzel Washington, and Lee Daniels’ “The Butler,” in which he portrays John F. Kennedy. Marsden is currently in production on the comedy “Walk of Shame” opposite Elizabeth Banks.
In 2012, Rose Byrne earned her first SAG Award nomination as a member of the “Bridesmaids” cast. She will next be seen in the comedies “I Give It a Year” with Anna Faris and Simon Baker, and “The Internship” with Will Ferrell and Owen Wilson.
This year, Bryan Cranston adds three SAG Awards nominations to his resume — as a member of the “Argo” motion picture cast, as an ensemble member of “Breaking Bad” and as lead actor in the series, currently in its fifth season — bringing his total nominations to seven.
Alfred Molina has been nominated for five SAG Awards alongside his co-stars in “An Education,” (2010), “Frida” (2003), “Chocolat” (2001), “Magnolia” (2000) and “Boogie Nights” (1998). He will soon be seen in the TNT series “Monday Mornings,” which debuts in February. Upcoming film projects include “Return to Zero,” which he is currently shooting with Minnie Driver, and “Emanuel and the Truth About Fishes” opposite Jessica Biel.
Dev Patel is a three-time SAG Awards nominee and received a cast in a motion picture Actor statuette in 2009 alongside his “Slumdog Millionare” co-stars. He was also nominated as lead actor in the film. This year, he’s nominated along with his co-stars in “The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel.” He can currently be seen in HBO’s “The Newsroom” opposite Jeff Daniels.
Amy Poehler is a first-time SAG Award nominee this year as lead actress in a comedy series for her role in “Parks and Recreation.” She will soon be seen in the comedy “You Are Here” opposite Owen Wilson and Zach Galifinakis, as well as the comedy “They Came Together” opposite Paul Rudd.
Along with his co-stars, Noah Wyle is a seven-time SAG Awards ensemble in a drama series nominee for his work in “ER.” He earned four consecutive Actor® statuettes alongside the “ER” cast from 1996-1999. Wyle starred in “The Librarian” franchise on TNT and currently stars in the TNT drama “Falling Skies,” now in its third season. He will soon be seen in the film “Snake and Mongoose.”
The 19th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards, one of the awards season’s premier events, will be simulcast live coast-to-coast on TNT and TBS at 7 p.m. Sunday from the Shrine Exposition Center in Los Angeles. An encore primetime telecast will begin immediately following on TNT at 9 p.m. The ceremony also will be telecast internationally, as well as to U.S. military installations overseas through the American Forces Network Broadcast Center.
Recipients of the honors for Outstanding Action Performances by Film and Television Stunt Ensembles will be announced at 5:15 p.m. during the red carpet pre-show webcast on tntdrama.com, tbs.com and People.com, which begins at 5 p.m.
Along with his “Hairspray” co-stars, James Marsden was nominated for a motion picture cast SAG Award in 2008. He was recently seen as Criss in NBC’s “30 Rock” and has a number of films on tap, including “Two Guns” opposite Mark Wahlberg and Denzel Washington, and Lee Daniels’ “The Butler,” in which he portrays John F. Kennedy. Marsden is currently in production on the comedy “Walk of Shame” opposite Elizabeth Banks.