Natalie Portman, Betty White Win Big at SAG Awards

See which other stars, movies and TV shows were recognized by their fellow actors

The 2011 SAG Awards were held at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles Sunday night, and -- as expected -- Natalie Portman continued her reign as award season queen.

Taking home the award for best actress for her performance in the thriller Black Swan, Portman thanked her parents "who taught me to work the hardest and never to be an a--hole, that wasn't acceptable."

Colin Firth topped the best actor category for his highly acclaimed role in The King's Speech, while The Fighter's Melissa Leo and Christian Bale won for their supporting role in the Mark Wahlberg-produced film. Bale even brought the real-life Dicky Ecklund on stage with him while accepting the award. The King's Speech also picked up the award for best ensemble cast.

Television's golden girl Betty White won her first SAG award at the age of 89, for her role in Hot in Cleveland.

"I cannot believe this," the actress gushed. "I must say this is the biggest surprise I've ever had in this business."

Julianna Marguiles, Steve Buscemi and Alec Baldwin also took home an Actors for their roles in The Good Wife, Boardwalk Empire and 30 Rock, respectively.

Buscemi's Empire joined Modern Family in winning top honors for their ensemble casts in the television category.

Get the full list of SAG winners here.

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