Viola Davis' husband keeps all her awards in his office.

The 49-year-old actress - who picked up the Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Drama Series prize for her role in 'How to Get Away with Murder' at the Screen Actors Guild (SAG) Awards on Sunday (25.01.15) - says her spouse Julius Tennon is very proud of her career achievements and he loves having her trophies on display.

Asked what had happened to her award, Viola - who has won multiple prizes in the past, including three Tony awards and two other SAGs - said: ''My husband took it this morning. We stayed at a hotel. He took it home. He loves the trophies.

''He puts them all in the office and people come over. He says, 'My wife won this in 19-this. She won this in 2000,' and he gets so excited.''

Despite the critical acclaim 'How to Get Away with Murder' has received, Viola - who has three-year-old daughter Genesis with Julius - is astonished by its legion of famous fans.

She told 'Access Hollywood': ''There's always people, like Meryl Streep said she saw a couple of episodes, which I'm shocked that she has time to do that.

''[Lupita Nyong'o said,] 'Aww! You're great!' and I was like, 'You're doing award shows! When do you have time [to watch]? But yeah, a lot of people - even men.

''One man came up to me and I forget who. It's a big actor. I'm forgetting because I was so nervous and I had to stop and I said, 'You watch the show?' It's not a dude show, you would think. He said, 'No, I watch it every week. It's great.' ''