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  • Mad Men

    "Mad Men" follows the lives of the "ad men" of the fictional Sterling Cooper Draper Pryce advertising agency in New York City.
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  • Mad Men

    Jon Hamm stars as Donald Draper, a partner at Sterling Cooper Draper Pryce. Draper has split from his wife, Betty, and has three children, the oldest two are Sally and Bobby, pictured here. His mysterious past is slowly revealed to viewers throughout the show's first three seasons, showing that he is not exactly who he says he is.
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  • Mad Men

    Elisabeth Moss plays Peggy Olson, Don Draper's former secretary who becomes a copywriter at Sterling Cooper Draper Pryce. Though sometimes resented by her male peers, Draper values Olson's contributions. In the first season she becames pregnant with Pete Campbell's child.
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  • Mad Men

    Betty Frances, played by January Jones is a stay-at-home mom who is now married to Henry Frances, an aide to Nelson Rockefeller. Betty is recently divorced from Don Draper. A graduate of Bryn Mawr College and a former model, Betty moved to Ossining, New York, after marrying Don. The couple has three children together: Sally, Bobby and Gene. (AMC)
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  • Mad Men

    Actress Christina Hendricks plays the role of Joan Harris, Office Manager at Sterling Cooper Draper Pryce.
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  • Mad Men

    Don Draper is flanked by Roger Sterling Jr., right, played by John Slattery and Pete Campbell, left, played by Vincent Kartheiser. Sterling is one of the partners at the advertising agency and is known for his womanizing and drinking. He divorces his wife, Mona, in favor of Draper's young secretary. Campbell is a young account executive who tries to blackmail Draper with details he discovers about Draper's past.
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  • Mad Men

    The trio of Harry Crane, Ken Cosgrove and Paul Kinsey, pictured left to right, are usually joking around in the office at Sterling Cooper. They form the young group of account executives who are all trying to impress Draper and Sterling to get a promotion.
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  • Mad Men

    Pete Campbell is married to Trudy, played by actress, Alison Brie
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  • Mad Men

    Bertram Cooper, left, is one of the founding partners of Sterling Cooper. He is known for his eccentric habits and tastes. Before entering his office, which is decorated with Japanese art, all callers, clients included, must remove their shoes. He is played by Robert Morse.
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  • Mad Men

    The show brings back the styles of the '60s with the incessant smoking and drinking at the office and the men's skinny ties. Donald Draper is the star creative director and partner at Sterling Cooper Draper Pryce.
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