Christina Hendricks (born May 3, 1975) is an American actress best known for her starring role as Joan Holloway in the AMC cable television series Mad Men, and as Saffron in Fox's short-lived series Firefly.
In a business obsessed with youth and beauty, you have to be careful in how you describe a celeb's appearance to their face. Recently, Australia's Sun-Herald Fashion Editor learned that lesson after repeatedly referring to Christina Hendricks as being "full-figured."
During a promotional visit Down Under to host the Specsavers 2012 Spectacle Wearer of the Year awards, the "Mad Men" star walked the red carpet and answered questions from the media.
Doing her best sexy librarian impression, Christina Hendricks launched the Spec Savers contest in Sydney, Australia today (October 3).
The “Mad Men” beauty had all eyes on her as she pranced around the shindig in a black and green floral print dress. The Spec Saver initiative was started to find Australia’s most stylish wearer of glasses.
Enjoying the festivities before the actual show, Hollywood celebs were out in full force on Friday night (September 21) to attend the Variety and Women in Film Pre-Emmy Party in Beverly Hills, CA.
The Scarpetta hosted spectacle boated some of Tinseltown’s most beautiful ladies including “Mad Men” siren Christina Hendricks, “New Girl” actress Zooey Deschanel, newly single "Parks and Recreation” funny woman Amy Poehler and “Breaking Bad” beauty Krysten Ritter.
Out for a cinematic-filled evening, Christina Hendricks and Elle Fanning were on hand for the “Ginger & Rosa” post premiere reception at the Toronto Film Festival on Friday (September 7).
While chatting it up with fellow film lovers, the “Mad Men” actress looked stunning in a black, full-length gown while the darling blonde opted for 70’s inspired purple pattern pant suit. The event was held at the AMC Storys in Toronto.
The “Mad Men” hottie donned a black velour pants suit and maroon heels as she strolled into the venue where she read the part of Carolyn Burnham, originally played by Annette Bening in the film version.