She has already scooped the Golden Globe Award for Best Supporting Actress for her role in Oscar-nominated epic Les Miserables.

And Anne Hathaway made it a double triumph on Sunday night in Los Angeles when she won the Screen Actors Guild award for playing prostitute Fantine in the film adaptation of the musical.

The star was clearly choked up as she thanked her family, husband and fellow nominees at the Shrine Auditorium.

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Double triumph: Anne Hathaway gave an emotional speech after winning the award for Best Supporting Actress at the SAG awards

Double triumph: Anne Hathaway gave an emotional speech after winning the award for Best Supporting Actress at the SAG awards on Sunday at the Shine Auditorium in Los Angeles

Looking stunning in a black gown and bright red lipstick, the emotional star said: ‘ I want to thank my mother for voting for me – she better have.’

‘Thanks mom for being an actor and dad for being married to one,’ she said, before going on to pay tribute to her castmates in The Dark Knight Rises and Les Miserables.

‘I’m just thrilled I have dental,’ she laughed. ‘I got my SAG card when I was 14. It felt like the beginning of the world. I have loved every single minute of my life as an actor. Thank you for nominating me alongside incredible women and incredible performances.’

Family lady: The actress thanked her actress mother and her father 'for being married to an actress'

Family lady: The actress thanked her actress mother and her father ‘for being married to an actress’

Taking the podium: Anne improved her chances for winning an Oscar at next month's Academy Awards

Taking the podium: Anne improved her chances for winning an Oscar at next month’s Academy Awards

Congratulations: Anne was hugged by her Les Miserables co-star Hugh Jackman Congratulations: Anne was hugged by her Les Miserables co-star Hugh Jackman

Actress Anne Hathaway, from the film

Hugging it out: Actress Anne accepts the award for outstanding female actor from Justin Timberlake

Hathaway won for her role as a doomed single mother forced into prostitution in the adaptation of the stage musical based on Victor Hugo’s epic novel.

Her win came over four past Oscar recipients – Sally Field, Helen Hunt, Nicole Kidman and Maggie Smith and she hugged presenter Justin Timberlake who handed her the award.