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Here are the Screen Actors Guild nominations. ''Chicago'' leads the movie pack, while ''Sopranos'' and '"West Wing'' top the TV nominees

Chicago | WHIRLWINDY CITY ''Chicago'''s Zellweger and Gere both received SAG nominations
WHIRLWINDY CITY ''Chicago'''s Zellweger and Gere both received SAG nominations

''Chicago'' continued its pre-Oscar awards sweep by picking up five nominations for the 9th annual Screen Actors Guild awards. ''The Hours'' followed with four nominations, and ''Adaptation'' earned three. Among TV nominees, ''The Sopranos'' and ''The West Wing'' earned four nominations apiece, followed by ''Friends,'' ''Will & Grace,'' and ''Everybody Loves Raymond,'' with three nods each.

''Will & Grace'''s Megan Mullally and ''Daredevil'' villain Michael Clarke Duncan announced the nominees Tuesday morning at a Los Angeles press conference. The awards will be handed out March 9, two weeks before the Oscars, at a ceremony at Los Angeles' Shrine Auditorium that will air live on TNT. A full list of nominees is below.

FILM

Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Leading Role
Adrien Brody, ''The Pianist''
Nicolas Cage, ''Adaptation''
Daniel Day-Lewis, ''Gangs of New York''
Richard Gere, ''Chicago''
Jack Nicholson, ''About Schmidt''

Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Leading Role
Salma Hayek, ''Frida''
Nicole Kidman, ''The Hours''
Diane Lane, ''Unfaithful''
Julianne Moore, ''Far From Heaven''
Renée Zellweger, ''Chicago''

Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Supporting Role
Chris Cooper, ''Adaptation''
Ed Harris, ''The Hours''
Alfred Molina, ''Frida''
Dennis Quaid, ''Far From Heaven''
Christopher Walken, ''Catch Me if You Can''

Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Supporting Role
Kathy Bates, ''About Schmidt''
Julianne Moore, ''The Hours''
Michelle Pfeiffer, ''White Oleander''
Queen Latifah, ''Chicago''
Catherine Zeta-Jones, ''Chicago''

Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture
''Adaptation''
''Chicago''
''The Hours''
''The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers''
''My Big Fat Greek Wedding''

TV

Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Television Movie or Miniseries
Albert Finney, ''The Gathering Storm''
Brad Garrett, ''Gleason''
Sean Hayes, ''Martin & Lewis''
William H. Macy, ''Door to Door''
John Turturro, ''Monday Night Mayhem''

Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Television Movie or Miniseries
Kathy Bates, ''My Sister's Keeper''
Stockard Channing, ''The Matthew Shepard Story''
Helen Mirren, ''Door to Door''
Vanessa Redgrave, ''The Gathering Storm''
Uma Thurman, ''Hysterical Blindness''

Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Drama Series
Michael Chiklis, ''The Shield''
James Gandolfini, ''The Sopranos''
Martin Sheen, ''The West Wing''
Kiefer Sutherland, ''24''
Treat Williams, ''Everwood''

Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Drama Series
Lorraine Bracco, ''The Sopranos''
Amy Brenneman, ''Judging Amy''
Edie Falco, ''The Sopranos''
Allison Janney, ''The West Wing''
Lily Tomlin, ''The West Wing''

Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Comedy Series
Sean Hayes, ''Will & Grace''
Matt LeBlanc, ''Friends''
Bernie Mac, ''The Bernie Mac Show''
Ray Romano, ''Everybody Loves Raymond''
Tony Shalhoub, ''Monk''

Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Comedy Series
Jennifer Aniston, ''Friends''
Kim Cattrall, ''Sex and the City''
Patricia Heaton, ''Everybody Loves Raymond''
Jane Kaczmarek, ''Malcolm in the Middle''
Megan Mullally, ''Will & Grace''

Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series
''24''
''CSI: Crime Scene Investigation''
''Six Feet Under''
''The Sopranos''
''The West Wing''

Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series
''Everybody Loves Raymond''
''Frasier''
''Friends''
''Sex and the City''
''Will & Grace''

Originally posted Jan 28, 2003