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The Surprising Whereabouts of the ‘Mad Men’ Cast—What Have They Been Up To Lately?

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Upon its arrival in 2007, everyone agreed that there wasn’t another show like Mad Men. It became a massive success with 70 awards won, including 16 Emmys. While the series concluded in 2015, its impact will live on for years to come. Let’s take a look at what the cast members are doing today.

All American Woman

Following the show, Christina Hendricks joined the Comedy Central sitcom Another Period as Celine. In 2017, she landed the role of Beth in the NBC series Good Girls following Kathleen Rose Perkins’ departure. The same situation happened with her new film American Woman. Hendricks got the lead role after Anne Hathaway dropped out. She lives in NYC with her husband Geoffrey Arend, who she met through Mad Men co-star Vincent Kartheiser.

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Stark Raving Mad

In 2016, John Slattery returned to directing with a slew of episodes on Netflix’s Love. That year also saw his first theater performance in a decade as Hildy Johnson in The Front Page. Currently, he’s working on Hulu’s upcoming TV series Kansas City with Allison Tolman and Rafe Spall. He’s also rumored to reprise his role of Howard Stark in Avengers 4.

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Going Hamm In The Paint

After the show, Jon Hamm jumped to Netflix for The Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt and Wet Hot American Summer: First Day of Camp. He also lent his voice to Amazon’s sports series All or Nothing. His future projects include Mister Sinister in The New Mutants and an unspecified role in Top Gun: Maverick.

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The Teenage Witch

Kiernan Shipka joined Mad Men when she was just 8 years old. 10 years later, the Chicago native has become a star player with lead roles in Fan Girl and The Blackcoat’s Daughter. Later this year, she’ll gain her most iconic role to date as Sabrina Spellman in Netflix’s Chilling Adventures of Sabrina.

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Last Agent On Earth

After Mad Men wrapped up, January Jones continued her TV dominance with Fox’s The Last Man on Earth. During the series, she played former real estate agent Melissa Chartres, who became a love interest for Todd. When she’s not working, she’s spending time with her son Xander Dane Jones.

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