He managed to complete a 30-day alcohol rehabilitation program without setting off the tabloid alarms, and Jon Hamm is happy to be on the road to recovery.
In a new interview with Australia’s “TV Week,” the “Mad Men” star opened up for the first time about his treatment- "Life throws a lot at you sometimes, and you have to deal with it as much as you can. I've been very fortunate that throughout the most recent 24-hour period, I've had a lot of family and friends support me."
As one of the most fashionable and attractive men in Tinseltown, Jon Hamm looks entirely comfortable on the front of GQ magazine’s April 2015 issue.
The “Mad Men” hunk discusses his show’s final season and what he’s looking forward to next-“You button up into one of those suits and it’s like, ‘Okay, there’s a certain way that I feel. I feel conﬁdent. I feel put together. I feel great looking. The one constant thing I’ve had in my career is now removed. And that’s an eye-opener: Are people still going to take me seriously? Am I just going to do romantic comedies for the rest of my life? What’s next? And I don’t know, you know? I wish I was smug enough to have had a grand plan.”
After seven dramatic seasons, the award-winning "Mad Men" is coming to an end (sigh). While we wait for the second batch of episodes to air on April 5, AMC is teasing us with a gallery of promo photos featuring Don Draper and his favorite females.
In one of the shots, the womanizing ad man sits, drink in hand, beside two women he has wronged, as well as his teenage daughter. Don, who is played by Jon Hamm, looks uncomfortable as he is joined by his ex-wife Betty (January Jones), Mrs. Megan Draper (Jessica Paré), and his oldest child Sally (Kiernan Shipka).