Who Won Big at the 2023 DGA Awards? The Complete List

The DGA Awards, also known as the Directors Guild of America Award, annually to recognize outstanding directing accomplishments in the film and television industries

The winners of the DGA Awards, or Directors Guild of America Awards, vary each year, as they honor outstanding achievements in directing in the film and television industry for that specific year. Here are the winners of the DGA Awards for some recent years:

Daniel Kwan & Daniel Scheinert

The Daniels' "Everywhere Everywhere All at Once" is a 2022 American science fiction action movie (Daniel Scheinert and Daniel Kwan) won DGA Award 2023.

Sam Levinson

American screenwriter, director, and producer Sam Levinson works in both film and television, and is the son of director Barry Levinson, who won the DGA Award in 2023

Bill Hader

Bill Hader is an American actor, comedian, writer, producer, and director. And began his career in entertainment as a cast member on the sketch comedy series "Saturday Night Live" from 2005 to 2013

Kim Gehrig

Film director and advertising creative Kim Gehrig is a British-Australian. She was born in Sydney, Australia, in 1978, and after moving to London, she started working in advertising

Charlotte Wells

British director Charlotte Wells has worked in both film and television. Her directorial credits include episodes of "Killing Eve," "The Crown," and "Silent Witness," among other well-known television shows.

Helen Shaver

Canadian actress and director Helen Shaver. Throughout her career, Shaver has made numerous film and television appearances, such as in "The Color of Money," "The Craft," and "Supergirl."

Ben Simms

American television producer and director Ben Simms. He's directed episodes of "The Walking Dead," "American Horror Story," and "Daredevil," among other well-known television programs.

Anne Renton

American film and television director Anne Renton. She was raised in Illinois, USA, and is best known for contributing to indie movies and TV shows

Glenn Weiss

American television producer and director Glenn Weiss. He was born on March 21, 1961, in New York City, and he started working for ABC Sports as a production assistant.

Liz Patrick

American producer Liz Patrick works in both film and television. She has contributed to a number of well-known television programs, including "Friends," "Sex and the City," and "Grace and Frankie."