And yet throughout the conversation we can’t help repeatedly circling back to that hard-drinking 1960s adman.It was 10 years ago that the then-unknown Hamm débuted in the role, creating an icon of cool, inscrutable masculinity: the bad guy in a good suit whom women couldn’t help falling for even though they knew better.Hamm’s performance also helped make Mad Men, with its glamorous yet cold-eyed take on power, gender, and seduction, a standard-bearer of TV’s new golden age.And although Hamm is a true Midwesterner who’s instinctively averse to boasting, he acknowledges being very proud of the show’s enduring resonance.
Jon Hamm was, is, and forever will be the true love of my life (sorry, husband, but you know it's true).
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“We all want to be involved in something that takes hold of the culture and makes people sit up and say, ‘Hey, that’s interesting,’ ” he says. I never wanted to be a Tom Cruise type of megastar.” For Hamm, life after Draper has come with some inevitable complications, including a few personal ones.
In 2015 he split with his partner of 18 years, writer-director Jennifer Westfeldt.