Ever since the finale of “Mad Men,” I’ve been meditating on its audacious last image. Don Draper, sitting cross-legged and purring “Ommmm,” is achieving inner peace at an Esalen-like retreat. He’s as handsome as ever, in khakis and a crisp white shirt. Show More Summary
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By John Snyder, Grapeshot CEO As the ad industry gathers here in New York City for its annual Advertising Week festivities, I couldn't help but reflect just how pivotal the past year has been. With Don Draper and the rest of the "Mad...Show More Summary
EXCLUSIVE: Melinda Page Hamilton, best known as the wife of the real Don Draper who befriends Jon Hamm’s identity thief in Mad Men, has been cast as the female lead opposite Kevin Bacon in Hartford Stage’s world premiere production of Rear Window. Show More Summary
Jon Hamm plays a friendly game of baseball with some friends on Saturday afternoon (September 26) in Los Angeles. The 44-year-old actor, who was also seen playing tennis a few days earlier, was just revealed to be doing some guest voice work on SpongeBob SquarePants! According to the People, he will spoof his Mad Men [...]
Actor Jon Hamm is most widely known for playing advertising genius Don Draper on Mad Men. Now he's returning to television in a similar role. Hamm will provide the voice of Don Grouper, an ad executive on SpongeBob SquarePants. The episode featuring him, which will air in 2016, will depict Grouper offering Mr. Show More Summary
Jon Hamm has signed on to voice ad exec Don Grouper in 'Spongebob Squarepants', a character inspired by Don Draper from 'Mad Men'.
Jon Hamm just won his first Emmy for playing Don Draper on Mad Men; what’s he going to do next? He’s going to guest star in an episode of Spongebob Squarepants, that’s what. Less than a week after Hamm won his Emmy for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series, it was reported that he’d... Show More Summary
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Krusty Krab pizza, is the pizza, for Jon Hamm! Mad Men may have won an astounding 16 Emmys throughout its eight-year run… but it wasn't until the last possible second that series lead Don Draper finally got his very own award. Now that Jon is officially an Emmy-winner, we were a little curious about which TV show [...]
Over the weekend, Jon Hamm won his first Emmy after being nominated an astonishing 16 times. Of course, throughout his seven seasons of portraying Don Draper on the critically adored AMC series Mad Men, the narrative about Hamm was that...Show More Summary
After 16 nominations and years of disappointment, Jon Hamm finally won an Emmy last night, accepting the award for outstanding lead actor in a drama series in his final eligible effort as Mad Men’s Don Draper. It was possibly the most...Show More Summary
At the 67th annual Emmy Awards Sunday night, Jon Hamm finally won the Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series prize for his iconic role as Don Draper on Mad Men, which recently concluded its seventh and final season. It's a major career...Show More Summary
After playing Don Draper for seven seasons on Mad Men, Jon Hamm finally took home his first Emmy during the 67th Emmy Awards. The actor won the award for Outstanding Lead Actor In A Drama Series, and, according to Daily Mail, credited a number of his close friends and family members for his success, including... Show More Summary
Kempt Staff After 16 (16!) nominations total for his role of Don Draper, possibly the best-acted role in the history of television (go to hell, Bryan Cranston), Jon Hamm collected his first, supremely deserved Emmy last night. AfterShow More Summary
The 67th Emmy Awards culminated in a long-awaited win for "Mad Men" star Jon Hamm, and the merit wasn't lost on him when he faced reporters backstage with the golden statue in hand.
The eighth time was the charm for Jon Hamm. The actor, who had been nominated for Emmys seven times previously—and gone winless—for his iconic role as Mad Men's Don Draper, finally won the trophy Sunday night, in his eighth and final year of eligibility. Show More Summary
No one really knows where Jon Hamm came from — much like Don Draper, the character that made him famous. Sure, there are some mutterings about a childhood in St. Louis. You might have heard rumors of years spent pounding the pavement as an out-of-work actor, praying for a guest spot on Gilmore Girls. Show More Summary
After 12 snubs, Jon Hamm finally won the Emmy he deserves for playing Don Draper on "Mad Men," and he followed the win with a touching acceptance speech.