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Actor® recipients Ed Helms, Julianna Margulies and Natalie Portman will join Actor nominee Armie Hammer, SAG Awards® social network ambassador Regina King and SAG President Ken Howard as presenters at the 18th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards®, Executive Producer Jeff Margolis announced today.
Natalie Portman received The Actor last year for her lead performance in “BLACK SWAN” and was also nominated as a member of the “BLACK SWAN” cast. She was most recently seen starring opposite Ashton Kutcher in the romantic comedy “No Strings Attached” and the action adventure “Thor” opposite Chris Hemsworth. Portman starred on Broadway in THE DIARY OF Anne Frank. Her other stage credits include THE SEAGULL and RUTHLESS!
Actor recipient and six-time nominee Ed Helms is nominated again this year for his ensemble performance on the NBC comedy “The Office.” Helms is also known for his role as Dr. Stu Price in “The Hangover” films and his work as a correspondent on “The Daily Show with Jon Stewart.” Helms will next be seen in the upcoming Duplass Brothers film "Jeff Who Lives at Home."
Eight-time Actor honoree and sixteen-time nominee Julianna Margulies holds the SAG Awards’ record for the most Actors received. Margulies received her eighth Actor in 2011 for her performance as Alicia Florrick in the CBS drama “The Good Wife,” and is again nominated for that role. She is also celebrating her second consecutive nomination as a member of the show’s ensemble. Her previous SAG Awards were for her lead and ensemble performance in “ER.”
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