LOS ANGELES, Jan. 28 (UPI) -- ABC's medical drama, "Grey's Anatomy," and NBC's comedy, "The Office," won the top prizes Sunday night at the 13th Screen Actors Guild Awards in Los Angeles.
"Grey's Anatomy," which won a Golden Globe earlier this month, won the Actor -- the name given to the SAG prize -- for Ensemble in a Drama Series. "The Office" won for best comedy series ensemble.
Hugh Laurie, the star of Fox's "House," won the Actor for best actor in a TV drama, and Chandra Wilson of "Grey's Anatomy" won for best female actor in a drama series. SAG uses "actor" to refer to both male and female performers.
Mirren won two Actors Sunday night. She was named best female actor in a leading feature film role for her performance as Queen Elizabeth II in "The Queen."