Kevin Spacey won the Screen Actors Guild Award as outstanding actor in a drama series Sunday.
It was his second major award in two weeks for his performance as Frank Underwood in the Maryland-made political thriller "House of Cards" from Netflix. He also won the Golden Globe as best actor in a drama series.
Spacey was not at the awards ceremony, which was televised on cable channel TNT.
The other nominees from Maryland-made productions lost Sunday.
They included Robin Wright as best female actor in a drama series for her work in "House of Cards" and Julia Louis-Dreyfus as best female actor in a comedy for performance in HBO's "Veep."