SAG Awards 2013: Bryan Cranston Wins Best Actor in TV Drama

The cast of  "Modern Family" beat out the likes of "Nurse Jackie" and "Glee" to win the Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Ensemble in a Comedy Series at Sunday's ceremony.

It also triumphed over "30 Rock" and "The Office," two NBC shows that are having their final seasons on the air.

Bryan Cranston won Outstanding Actor in a TV Drama Series for his work as a chemistry teacher turned meth dealer in AMC's "Breaking Bad."

"It is so good to be bad," Cranston said.


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