In the categories of “best male lead role” and “best female lead role,” the winners of the award were Will Smith in the film “King Richard” and Jessica Chastain in the film “The Eyes of Tammy Faye.”

The film “CODA: Child of Deaf Adults” by Sian Heder received on Sunday the main Screen Actors Guild Award of the USA (SAG).

In the categories of “best male lead role” and “best female lead role”, the winners of the award were Will Smith in the film “King Richard” about tennis players, sisters Serena and Venus Williams and Jessica Chastain in the film “The Eyes of Tammy Faye (2021), respectively.

The Screen Actors Guild of the USA is a trade union created in 1933, representing the interests of film and television artists and other workers in this industry. The organization established its award in 1995. Since then, she has held an honorary awards ceremony every year for outstanding achievements in the field of acting.