The movie "When Harry Met Sally..." and actress Jilue Kavner took top honors at this year's American Comedy Awards, and veteran troupers Betty White and Art Carney received lifetime achievement trophies. Kavner was a double winner in female supporting roles, getting awards for her role in the film "New York Stories" and the television series "The Tracey Ullman Show." Meg Ryan and Billy Crystal each received a trophy for their starring roles in "When Harry Met Sally..." The award for funniest male in a series went to John Goodman, who plays Roseanne Barr's husband on the ABC show "Roseanne." Ullman won for funniest female lead in a series. More than 800 people attended the March 10 awards ceremony at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles that was telecast on ABC Monday night. White, star of television's "the Golden Girls," and Carney, who starred with the late Jackie Gleason in the "Golden Age" television show "The Honeymooners," were lifetime achievement honorees.