Don Draper is Creative Director and a Partner at the Sterling Cooper & Partners ad agency.
Peggy Olson is a Copy Chief at Sterling Cooper & Partners ad agency.
Pete Campbell is a Partner at the Sterling Cooper & Partners ad agency.
Joan Harris is a Partner at the Sterling Cooper & Partners ad agency.
Roger Sterling is a Partner at the Sterling Cooper & Partners ad agency.
Betty, Don’s ex-wife, is a mother of three -- Gene, Robert and Sally.
Megan Draper is Don Draper's wife and a former copywriter at Sterling Cooper Draper Pryce.
Bertram Cooper is a Partner at Sterling Cooper & Partners ad agency.
Sally Draper is the daughter of Don Draper and his ex-wife Betty.
Henry Francis is married to Don's ex-wife, Betty, and works for New York mayor John Lindsay.
Harry Crane heads the Media Department at the Sterling Cooper & Partners ad agency.
Stan Rizzo is Art Director at the Sterling Copper & Partners ad agency.
Ken Cosgrove is an Accounts Executive at the Sterling Cooper & Partners ad agency.
Michael Ginsberg is a talented but erratic copywriter at the Sterling Cooper & Partners ad agency.
Ted Chaough is a Creative Director at Sterling Cooper & Partners advertising agency.
Dawn Chambers is Don Draper's secretary.
Trudy Campbell is married to Pete Campbell, a Partner at the Sterling Cooper & Partners ad agency.
"Duck" Phillips is the former head of account services at Sterling Cooper.
A college graduate and briefly Don Draper's secretary, Jane Sterling is Roger's ex-wife.
Freddy Rumsen was a Copywriter at Sterling Cooper Draper Pryce.
Paul Kinsey is a former Copywriter for Sterling Cooper.
Lane Pryce was a Partner in the Sterling Cooper Draper Pryce advertising agency.
Anna Draper was the wife of the real Donald Draper.
Miss Blankenship becomes Don Draper's secretary after her predecessor quits.
Allison is one of Don Draper's secretaries.
Dr. Faye Miller is a consultant for a consumer-research company.
Susanne Farrell is a schoolteacher in Ossining.
Bobbie Barrett is the wife and manager of comedian Jimmy Barrett.
Rachel Menken is the head of Menken’s, a major Jewish department store.
Midge Daniels is an illustrator and painter who hangs with a beatnik crowd.
Helen Bishop is a divorced mother who lives in Ossining.
Francine Hanson is one of Betty Francis's closest friends in Ossining, NY.
Joy is the jet-setting daughter of a European count.
Conrad "Connie" Hilton is the founder of Hilton Hotels.
Jimmy Barrett is a sharp-tongued celebrity comic and the husband of Bobbie Barrett.
Joey Baird is a freelance graphic artist hired by Sterling Cooper Draper Pryce.
Salvatore Romano is the former Art Director for Sterling Cooper.
Father Gill is a visiting priest at the Catholic church which Peggy's family attends.