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I mean, there’s certainly a version of that person who does not come out of it as successfully as I have.” Hamm says that before his mother died, she imparted some lessons about engaging fully in life: “Be smart, learn, sign up for stuff, play sports, do it all.
Be the best that you can be.” If that carries echoes of the Boy Scouts motto, it also helps explain Hamm’s competitive streak.
or HBO, and they get it made.” As he sips his third and final cup of black coffee, Hamm ruminates on a few of the larger problems of our era. But Hamm, a self-declared optimist and “believer in the human spirit,” knows that Draper is just about the worst role model of all when it comes to interacting with real, live people.
There’s the current surge in anti-intellectualism combined with a growing suspicion of excellence and achievement. “I may be a narcissist in the way that most actors are,” he says, “but I think it’s not to the detriment of those in my life.
“I think anything that serves to accentuate whatever your thing is and makes you feel good shows in the way you carry yourself,” he says.
On most fronts these days, Hamm seems determined to tune out trivialities in favor of all things substantive and real.
Hamm says he’s eager to start “self-generating” projects in the manner of actor-producers like Brad Pitt and Reese Witherspoon: “These guys find something they want to do, and they take it to Warner Bros. It’s all enough to make one wonder: What would Don Draper do?
With his Blues cap, bro-ish saunter, and generic outfit (a blue American Apparel shirt, black jeans), Hamm goes mostly unrecognized in the restaurant.
For much of his life, he says, he’s been “oblivious” to fashion, but that changed when he began suiting up for his role in Mad Men. RELATED: Jon Hamm’s Changing Looks Does Hamm pay much attention to what women wear? “I’m a heterosexual male, and I love a lady with style.” Aside from a few “ridiculous” fashion trends that leave him bewildered, Hamm likes it when a woman is confident enough to express her individuality through her clothes.
And yet throughout the conversation we can’t help repeatedly circling back to that hard-drinking 1960s adman.
It was 10 years ago that the then-unknown Hamm débuted in the role, creating an icon of cool, inscrutable masculinity: the bad guy in a good suit whom women couldn’t help falling for even though they knew better.