I forgot Kiernan was in Feud, mostly because I watched it only intermittently. So I was struck when I saw her by the fact that, in my mind's eye, she's still a Mini-Betty. When in fact her hair is darker and she's growing up into very much her own person. No, you're humming "Sunrise, Sunset" and…
EXCLUSIVE: Kiernan Shipka, who played Sally Draper in Mad Men, is set to star in horror director John Leonetti's next feature The Silence from Constantin Film and EMJAG Productions. David Garrett's Mister Smith Entertainment is launching...Show More Summary
Best known for playing Sally Draper on the hit TV series MAD MEN and currently playing B.D. Merill in Ryan Murphy’s FEUD, Kiernan Shipka is no stranger to the small screen. Now, Shipka has made her way to the big screen staring in the recently released genre flick, THE BLACKCOAT’S DAUGHTER. Also staring Emma Roberts, […]
'Mad Men's' Sally Draper is all grown up in a backstage drama (FX's 'Feud') and supernatural thriller ('The Blackcoat's Daughter').
'The Blackcoat's Daughter' star Kiernan Shipka sat with USA TODAY to talk horror flicks and where she thinks Sally Draper from 'Mad Men' might be in 2017.
We, too, want to raid Sally Draper and B.D. Merrill's closets.
Sally Draper would probably approve.
The first moments this week’s Feud may elicit a pang of nostalgia in Mad Men devotees. After all, it’s hard to see Kiernan Shipka smoking and not think of Sally Draper puffing away in a car with her mother. In the latest installmentShow More Summary
It’s been nearly two years since Kiernan Shipka bowed out of her seven-season run on Mad Men as Sally Draper, one of the most nuanced and complex child characters to ever grace the small screen. Now, after a handful of credits in both film and television following Mad Men’s finale ... More »
Take a look at your bank account, assess the value of your car: chances are it's not worth as much as one single button in this girl's shirt. Kiernan Shipka is a 16-year-old actress who played Sally Draper in Mad Men. Recently, the actress attended Coachella, where she was spotted wearing a few different high-fashion ensembles. Show More Summary
Kiernan Shipka, who played Sally Draper on Mad Men, has listed off her memories of the many actors who played her on-screen brother, Bobby, throughout the series. [ more › ]
Kiernan Shipka was a fixture over the course of Mad Men’s eight-year run. Audiences watched her, and her character Sally Draper, grow from a child into a young woman, and from an occasional cast member to someone with her own plot arcs. Show More Summary
Whether she's playing Sally Draper on "Mad Men" or taking on comedy as Kymmi on "Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt," 16-year-old Kiernan Shipka has never been one to play it safe when it comes to her acting career. The same could be said of her red carpet choices, which, for starters, include Christian... Continue reading
In a fourth season episode of Mad Men, “The Chrysanthemum And The Sword,” Sally Draper watches The Man From U.N.C.L.E. at a friend’s house. Roused by a scene in which Illya Kuryakin finds himself tied up and disheveled, she begins to masturbate. Show More Summary
Kiernan Shipka would like to be a Marvel superhero, please. And she has some ideas for Sally’s future, too.
Kiernan Shipka has new powers. We all know Shipka from her role as Sally Draper on Mad Men; we watched the young actress grow up on the show along with her character. In the new film One & Two, she also plays a young woman with family troubles, but this is a very different story. Show More Summary
Abigail Spencer taught Sally Draper how to build a camera obscura, failed to get Ted Mosby to remember her name, and can currently be seen in the second season of True Detective. But for the past three years, viewers of Rectify have known her best as Amantha Holden. Show More Summary
Jon Hamm imagines an intriguing storyline involving his TV daughter.
Jon Hamm has an intriguing idea for how “Mad Men” could live on as a new TV series.
Mad Men is ending this weekend, you guys. I can’t believe that after Sunday night I won’t get to watch Don Draper make any more bad decisions or gather new moments to add to my “Sally Draper Is The Best” scrapbook. To console myself during this difficult time, I’ve been playing the show’s opening credits song on repeat and crying. Show More Summary