'Mad Men's' John Slattery: 'I'm Slouchy'

Slattery talks about learning to play 1960s period character, Roger Sterling.
2:29 | 03/14/12

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Transcript for 'Mad Men's' John Slattery: 'I'm Slouchy'
What should you had to get used to just carrying herself and in the way and manner of the guys from that -- just the posture and attitude. Com and that was telling me -- Earlier on -- and still does that it needs to be more formal -- I'm sort of more slouch he in and just Vegas you know there's a carriage that. That he wants -- have sometimes forget. About but the closed to go -- way news really -- in in the clothes I Wear the vests in the three piece suits. It helps gives you you know you really can't. Breathe or slouch are doing but an extra one breathe at all. You've worked so many different gigs -- -- does this really change your life. In -- mid forties -- like that yeah different thing yeah it's definitely different I mean. Not walking around and being with my family and being you know. But. That's created opportunities that I didn't have before. It's provided security that I didn't have before. It's. It's definitely this is this is -- you'd be crazy to recognize this as an opportunity that is in. Dropped in my lap from the heavens -- We all feel we all feel that mean -- -- recognizes how lucky here. What happens -- guys -- can. Work. You know you -- I you do hear a lot of that in some people will say you got -- -- writer it's all BS you know it's I went back. You know he a lot of that I -- we weren't we were those guys we did that's that's the show is about being you know there's a lot of those guys. -- -- -- walking through the -- could keep a great exclusives is footprint. Active don't. Look at the floored he does so whatever it takes. Big deck and I think -- directing this year also rose yes. Yet just one have you learned things from the last time however it also lets you see the scripts -- -- Seems Smart because you've rated 27 times -- -- once they elect. Is there any strange about telling these people you work with on a daily basis. You know how you want their performances to confuse the ruling -- -- -- This. He.

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