He’s at it again. Jon Hamm opted out of wearing underwear while shooting scenes for “Mad Men” on Thursday (November 7).
The 42-year-old walked around on the Los Angeles set in between takes and showed off his now-famous package in a pair of grey slacks.
Moving on from his tight trousers, the tabloids have had a field day with news that Jon Hamm is having vocal cord surgery next week.
And the “Mad Men” actor cleared up all the death rumors during his interview on “Jimmy Kimmel Live” last night (September 25).
While not every celebrity walked away with a trophy after the 65th Primetime Emmy Awards last night (September 22), the Worldwide Orphans charity won big thanks to a pair of stars.
“Parks & Recreation” babe Amy Poehler and “Mad Men” hunk Jon Hamm threw a shindig for fellow Emmy losers and raised money for the philanthropic organization.
His Don Draper character conveys confidence and power through the sound of his masculine voice, but Jon Hamm's vocal cords are in bad shape these days.
The “Mad Men” stud will have to undergo surgery to remove a pesky polyp, though it’s not really that big of a deal.
Looking forward to the exciting evening ahead, Jon Hamm showed up at the 65th Primetime Emmy Awards in Los Angeles earlier tonight (September 22).
The “Mad Men” hunk gave the ladies plenty to swoon over as he flashed his handsome smile for the shutterbugs before being ushered inside the Nokia Theatre to catch all the action.
With two uber-successful “Despicable Me” films under their belt, Universal Pictures and Illumination Entertainment are hoping for a hat trick with the forthcoming sequel “Minions.”
According to the studio, Steve Carell and the gang will be back on July 15th, 2015 under the direction of Kyle Balda and Pierre Coffin.
He’s on break from his clean-shaven “Mad Men” gig, and Jon Hamm has clearly taken a vacation from his razor.
The “Bridesmaids” hunk showed up outside his home in Los Angeles on Thursday (September 19) sporting a scruffy beard to go with his flannel shirt and newsboy cap.
There’s widespread melancholy over the ending of “Mad Men’s” amazing run on television, however AMC has good news for those in mourning.
According to a press release, the Lionsgate series will conclude with a 14-episode final season that will be split into two segments.
Walt Disney Pictures announced the release date for its upcoming sports drama starring “Mad Men’s” Jon Hamm.
“Million Dollar Arm” is set to hit theaters on May 16, 2014 and signed on director Craig Gillespie.
Looking dashing as always, Jon Hamm filmed "Million Dollar Arm" in Brentwood, California on Saturday (July 27).
The "Mad Men" star was similarly suited up for this project, sporting a blue ensemble with a dress shirt and navy blue tie.