Jon Hamm as Don Draper


Don Draper has made a career selling the promise of happiness, but the reality continues to elude him.

January Jones as Betty Francis


Betty, Don’s ex-wife, is a mother of three -- Gene, Robert and Sally.

Vincent Kartheiser as Pete Campbell


Perennial dissatisfaction fuels both Pete’s ambition and his success as an account man.

Elisabeth Moss as Peggy Olson


Peggy Olson is a Copy Chief at Sterling Cooper & Partners ad agency.

Christina Hendricks as Joan Harris


Joan Harris is a Partner at the Sterling Cooper & Partners ad agency.

John Slattery as Roger Sterling


Roger wasn’t just born with a silver spoon in his mouth – he was born with his name on an advertising agency.

Kiernan Shipka as Sally Draper


Sally Draper is the daughter of Don Draper and his ex-wife Betty.

Jessica Paré as Megan Draper


Megan Draper is Don Draper's wife and a former copywriter at Sterling Cooper & Partners.

Aaron Staton as Ken Cosgrove


Ken Cosgrove is an Accounts Executive at the Sterling Cooper & Partners ad agency.

Rich Sommer as Harry Crane


Harry Crane heads the Media Department at the Sterling Cooper & Partners ad agency.

Jay R. Ferguson as Stan Rizzo


Stan Rizzo is the Art Director at the Sterling Cooper & Partners ad agency.

Christopher Stanley as Henry Francis


Henry Francis is married to Don's ex-wife, Betty, and works for New York mayor John Lindsay.

Kevin Rahm as Ted Chaough


Ted Chaough is a Creative Director at the Sterling Cooper & Partners advertising agency.

Robert Morse as Bertram Cooper


Bertram Cooper is a Founding Partner of Sterling Cooper & Partners ad agency.

Ben Feldman as Michael Ginsberg


Michael Ginsberg is a talented but erratic copywriter at the Sterling Cooper & Partners ad agency.

Harry Hamlin as Jim Cutler


Jim Cutler is a senior partner at the Sterling Cooper & Partners ad agency.

Teyonah Parris as Dawn Chambers


Dawn Chambers is Don Draper's secretary.

Alison Brie as Trudy Campbell

Mad Men Season 5 Episode 4

Trudy Campbell is married to Pete Campbell, a Partner at the Sterling Cooper & Partners ad agency.

Mark Moses as Herman “Duck” Phillips

Duck Phillips

"Duck" Phillips is the former head of account services at Sterling Cooper.

Peyton List as Jane Sterling

Mad Men Season 5 Episode 6

A college graduate and briefly Don Draper's secretary, Jane Sterling is Roger's ex-wife.

Joel Murray as Freddie Rumsen

Freddy Rumsen

Freddie Rumsen was a Copywriter at Sterling Cooper Draper Pryce.

Michael Gladis as Paul Kinsey

Paul Kinsey

Paul Kinsey is a former Copywriter for Sterling Cooper.

Jared Harris as Lane Pryce

Mad Men Season 5 Episode 12

Lane Pryce was a Partner in the Sterling Cooper Draper Pryce advertising agency.

Melinda Page Hamilton as Anna Draper

Mad Men Season 4

Anna Draper was the wife of the real Donald Draper.

Randee Heller as Ida Blankenship

Ida Blankenship

Miss Blankenship becomes Don Draper's secretary after her predecessor quits.

Alexa Alemanni as Allison

Mad Men Season 4

Allison is one of Don Draper's secretaries.

Cara Buono as Faye Miller

Faye Miller

Dr. Faye Miller is a consultant for a consumer-research company.

Abigail Spencer as Suzanne Farrell

Suzanne Farrell

Susanne Farrell is a schoolteacher in Ossining.

Melinda McGraw as Bobbie Barrett

Bobbie Barrett

Bobbie Barrett is the wife and manager of comedian Jimmy Barrett.

Maggie Siff as Rachel Menken

Rachel Menken

Rachel Menken is the head of Menken’s, a major Jewish department store.

Rosemarie DeWitt as Midge Daniels

Midge Daniels

Midge Daniels is an illustrator and painter who hangs with a beatnik crowd.

Darby Stanchfield as Helen Bishop

Helen Bishop

Helen Bishop is a divorced mother who lives in Ossining.

Anne Dudek as Francine Hanson

Francine Hanson

Francine Hanson is one of Betty Francis's closest friends in Ossining, NY.

Laura Ramsey as Joy

Mad Men Season 2

Joy is the jet-setting daughter of a European count.

Chelcie Ross as Conrad Hilton

Conrad Hilton

Conrad "Connie" Hilton is the founder of Hilton Hotels.

Patrick Fischler as Jimmy Barrett

Jimmy Barrett

Jimmy Barrett is a sharp-tongued celebrity comic and the husband of Bobbie Barrett.

Matt Long as Joey Baird

Joey Baird

Joey Baird is a freelance graphic artist hired by Sterling Cooper Draper Pryce.

Bryan Batt as Salvatore Romano

Sal Romano

Salvatore Romano is the former Art Director for Sterling Cooper.

Colin Hanks as Father Gill

Father Gill

Father Gill is a visiting priest at the Catholic church which Peggy's family attends.