Orange is the New Black and Transparent's Jeffrey Tambor were among the winners at Saturday's Screen Actors Guild awards.

Tambor took home the 2016 SAG award for Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Comedy Series for his portrayal of Maura Pfefferman, a transgender woman, on Amazon's Transparent. Maura's adult children are played by Gaby Hoffmann, Jay Duplass and Amy Landecker, whose character is either bisexual or gay. Judith Light and Carrie Brownstein also appear on the comedy-drama.

Tambor dedicated his win to struggling transgender people.

“I play Maura Pfefferman, she's very entitled and she has a lot of money, and I would just like to dedicate this award to the non-Maura Pfeffemans who don't have a lot of cash for their operations, for their medicines, for their freedom,” Tambor said.

The award for Outstanding Ensemble in a Comedy Series went to the Netflix comedy-drama Orange is the New Black.

Laverne Cox, a transgender actress who plays a transgender inmate on the series, fought back tears as she talked about her “struggle to survive.”

“I can't believe I'm here,” she said. “I dreamed about this for a very long time and I know a lot people like me are out there dreaming. … So many of us are just struggling to survive and I've been there.”