Arts and Entertainment Bryan Cranston made the quip during his acceptance speech for best male actor in a drama series at the SAG awards

The show's leading man made the joke during his best actor acceptance speech at the Screen Actors Guild Awards

Win 'The Private Lives of Pippa Lee' on DVD and a copy of the book

Golden Globe nominee Robin Wright Penn and Gossip Girl’s Blake Lively head an all-star cast including, Alan Arkin, Keanu Reeves, Winona Ryder and Julianne Moore, in The Private Lives of Pippa Lee, available on DVD for the first time from 2 November.



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Farrah Fawcett was born on 2 February 1947 and grew up in Corpus Christi, Texas.

Stuart Alexander: A nautical knight with a contempt for modern gadgetry

His crinkly eyes, crinkly grey beard and hair, and crusty retorts are well-known party features at the more Establishment end of yachting.

David Lister: Embarrass us at the Baftas, please

Kate Winslet may well win a Bafta tomorrow night. As she has two of the nominations in the best actress category, the odds are pretty high. And as she gives two very fine performances in the films in question, Revolutionary Road and The Reader, the award would be well deserved.

Fashion: Bright times are ahead

Just when news of the economy couldn't get any bleaker or the February skies any greyer, fashion is awash with a colour clash more vivid than we've dared sport in years. The message is clear: we all need cheering up a bit – so if you wear anything this spring, make sure it's startling pink, fiery orange, or preferably both at the same time.

Award season - what a prize mess

The award-season shenanigans surrounding Kate Winslet's multiple nominations reveal a flaw at the heart of the system, says Kaleem Aftab

I'll prepare a speech for the Baftas (assuming you're a winner, Kate)

Winslet promises to avoid a repeat of her toe-curling performance at the Golden Globes

Tessa Ross: The TV executive who is the mother of British film-making

'Slumdog Millionaire' and countless other films could not have happened if it weren't for Channel 4's Tessa Ross.

Kate Winslet: The golden girl

She's beautiful, self-deprecating, hearty and a little bit posh. But is Kate Winslet really the perfect English rose she seems?

Kate's blonde ambition

Winslet could finally be a winner at tonight's Golden Globes, but are her 'downbeat' roles what America wants to see? Guy Adams reports from Los Angeles

And the winner to be announced tomorrow is ...

Hollywood's awards season kicked off with an epic clanger as the Golden Globe website revealed a winner – 72 hours before the event. Guy Adams reports

British talent glitters at the Golden Globes

Kate Winslet and Ralph Fiennes have two shots at glory in awards seen as a dress rehearsal for the Oscars &ndash; with <i>Slumdog Millionaire</i> and <i>Frost/Nixon</i> vying for best film

Golden Globe nominations announced

Frost/Nixon and The Curious Case Of Benjamin Button led the nominees as the contenders for the Golden Globes were announced today.

Last Night's TV: When men weren't afraid to kick butts

Mad Men, BBC2

Hollywood writers close to agreeing deal before Oscars

The three-month old Hollywood writers' strike, which has pulled major US drama serials off the air and turned network television into a swamp of reality programming, may be on the verge of a solution.

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