Happily, it was in this very Tinseltown venue where the "Les Miserables" actress who played the role of the struggling Fantine in the movie version of the dark Victor Hugo tale that she took her first award of this type. That award was special, decided by other actors, many of whom were there to watch as Hathaway took the stage to accept her much appreciated prize.
Anne beat a quartet of thespians who are tops in their field. Indeed, Hathaway's esteemed competitors in the female actor in a supporting role category were Helen Hunt for "The Sessions" as Cheryl, Sally Field in "Lincoln"as Mary Todd Lincoln, Maggie Smith in "The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel" as Muriel Donnelly, and Nicole Kidman in "The Paperboy" as Charlotte Bless.
This win seemed to be a shock to Anne Hathaway, who stopped to share a sincere hug with Sally Field, as well as one with her co-star, Hugh Jackman, while on her way up to the podium. Once there, this artist was very gracious and was also very funny as she picked up her nude statue for winning at the SAG Awards 2013.
Hathaway who has appeared in a number of memorable feature films beyond "Les Miz," like "The Devil Wears Prada" and "The Dark Knight Rises," started her speech by giving a nod to the organization that put on the shindig she was attending.
She said to the Screen Actors Guild as well as the world at large, "...I'm just so thrilled we have dental."
And then Anne Hathaway went on to talk about getting her SAG card when she was 14. She said that when it came in the mail she felt like getting that card "was the beginning of the world."
And now, at the age of 30, this hard-working actor from Brooklyn can claim a victory at the SAG Awards 2013 to add to her most memorable life moments, one that she enjoyed while wearing a cutting edge Giambattista Valli frock paired with custom vegan Jimmy Choo shoes, putting this winner in this glorious situation while looking really great at the same time.
Congratulations to Anne Hathaway for being victorious at the SAG Awards 2013 for her role in "Les Miserables." Sometimes it really pays to shave off your locks for a role, right Anne?