In an interview discussion about his relationship with Westfeldt, Hamm said: "We may not have a piece of paper that says we're husband and wife, but after 10 years, Jennifer is more than just a girlfriend. To me, people get married when they're ready to have kids, which I'm not ruling out." Hamm also narrates the Amazon NFL documentary series All Or Nothing since 2015.
The last thing I wanted to be out here was one of those actors who's 45 years old, with a tenuous grasp of their own reality, and not really working much. I said, if I can't get it going by the time I'm 30, I'm in the wrong place.
And as soon as I said that, it's like I started working right away.
as the protagonist character Don Draper, in AMC's drama series Mad Men.
In the series, set in a fictional 1960s advertising agency, he plays a suave, married advertising executive with an obscure past.
He had a number of roles during 2015, in the comedy shows Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt and Wet Hot American Summer: First Day of Camp.
He was featured in the animated comedy Minions, as the voice of Herb Overkill.
where he was a member of the Upsilon Chapter of Sigma Nu fraternity.
There, Hamm was arrested for participating with a violent hazing incident in November 1990.
“I have a really fun time on the show,” Jones – who has a son, Xander, 3 – told PEOPLE in March of working with Forte. The biggest challenge has been to keep from laughing during takes.” And now it appears the laughter is continuing off-screen as well.
is an American actor, director, and television producer best known for playing advertising executive Don Draper for the AMC television drama series, Mad Men (2007–2015).
Alan Taylor and Mad Men creator Matthew Weiner initially thought Hamm was too handsome for the role but ultimately decided, "it was perfect to cast sort of the perfect male in this part".