Viola Davis has won her fifth Screen Actors Guild Award.
The Fences star won the award for best supporting actress for her role as a 1950s Pittsburgh housewife in the film adaptation of August Wilson’s play.
Davis thanked members of the cast — including costar Denzel Washington, whom she said she was “friend and a fan” of — but gave most of her thanks to Wilson.
“August Wilson. They say that maybe all one can hope for is the right regrets. And what August did was honor the...