In 2007 Jon Hamm landed arguably the biggest role of his career – Don Draper in the TV series “Mad Men.”
Hamm’s portrayal of Draper earned him a Golden Globe award in 2008. He received another four Golden Globe nominations for the role.
Hamm has also received six primetime Emmy nominations for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series for his role on “Mad Men.”
In 2009 Hamm starred in “Stolen Lives” alongside Josh Lucas.
Hamm joined James Franco in “Howl” in 2010.
That same year Hamm leant his voice to “Shrek Forever After,” where he was the voice of Brogan.
Hamm starred in “The Town” in 2010, joining Ben Affleck, Rebecca Hall and Jeremy Renner in the hit movie.
In 2011 Hamm starred in “Friends With Kids” alongside Jennifer Westfeldt, Adam Scott and Maya Rudolph.
Hamm made guest appearances on “30 Rock” over the 2009 to 2012 seasons, playing the character Dr. Drew Baird.
In 2012 he starred in the series “A Young Doctor’s Notebook,” where he joined Daniel Radcliffe and Adam Godley.
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