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Jared Leto Wins SAG Award for Male Actor in Supporting Role

Jared Leto Wins SAG Award for Male Actor in Supporting Role

Thirty Seconds to Mars front-man Jared Leto has won another award for his role in the film, Dallas Buyers Club.

Saturday night, Leto won the award for Male Actor in a Supporting Role at the SAG Awards.  The SAG Awards (Screen Actors Guild) are voted by actors themselves.

Leto has won several awards for his portrayal of Rayon, an AIDS-stricken transsexual.  He is nominated for an Academy Award.

The feature role was Leto's first in six years.  In 2007, he portrayed Mark David Chapman, the man who killed John Lennon, in Chapter 27.  He also starred in the mid-90s TV show, My So-Called Life, as Jordan Catalono.

For much of the past decade, Leto has devoted much of time to Thirty Seconds to Mars.

Photos from the SAG Awards

 

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