January 27th, 2013
08:50 PM ET
Now 30, Anne Hathaway has practically grown up on screen, going from the bumbling teenager-turned-princess in 2001's "The Princess Diaries" to the shabby-turned-chic journalist in 2006's "Devil Wears Prada" to Selina Kyle in 2012's "The Dark Knight Rises."
But the actress just picked up her first SAG award on Sunday night, winning the best supporting female actor honor for her work in "Les Miserables."
She beat out the likes of Nicole Kidman ("The Paperboy"), Helen Hunt ("The Sessions") and Sally Field ("Lincoln"), whom Hathaway included in her trail of hugs as she ascended to the stage.
"Thank you. I’m just so thrilled I have dental!" Hathaway joked in her acceptance speech. "I got my SAG card when I was 14, it felt like the beginning of the world."
She went on to thank the Screen Actors Guild for nominating her alongside incredible women in incredible performances, as well as her management, whom she's been with "longer than the Beatles."
"I would like to thank my mother for voting for me," she continued. "Thanks mom for being an actor, thanks dad for being married to an actor and raising one – it was a very dramatic household."
And of course, she snuck in a thank you to her husband - but, she said in closing, "I'll tell you why I love you later."
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