SAG Awards: Viola Davis, Jean Dujardin Win

“Help” actress encourages others to dream big and dream fierce during speech

Viola Davis won a SAG Award for Outstanding Female Actress in a Leading Role at the Screen Actors Guild Award on Sunday.

Davis thanked costar Cicely Tyson during her acceptance speech.

Davis also won an award in the Ensemble category for "The Help."

The actress encouraged people to "dream big" and "dream fierce" during her speech.

During tonight's ceremony, "The Artist" star Jean Dujardin also took away an award in the Outstanding Actor in a Leading Role category.

Previously…

Christopher Plummer won the award for Outstanding Male Actor in a Supporting Role at the Screen Actors Guild Awards on Sunday, taking a trophy for his work in "Beginners." The veteran actor jokingly referred to acting as "the world's second oldest profession," and took time out to praise his costar Ewan McGregor.

Also read: SAG Awards 2012: Complete List of Winners and Nominees

In the Oustanding Female Actor in a Supporting Role, Octavia Spencer won for her role in "The Help," delivering an emotional speech that thanked the "downtrodden, underpriveleged and  overtaxed."