John Slattery walks through New York’s West Village neighborhood, the home to which he has returned since “Mad Men” wrapped shooting. Slattery still sees his former cast mates from time to time. “We go to dinner, we see each other, but everyone has their own lives,” Slattery said. “I’m OK with wrapping this thing up and moving on.”
John Slattery walks through New York’s West Village neighborhood, the home to which he has returned since “Mad Men” wrapped shooting. Slattery still sees his former cast mates from time to time. “We go to dinner, we see each other, but everyone has their own lives,” Slattery said. “I’m OK with wrapping this thing up and moving on.” AN RONG XU NYT
John Slattery walks through New York’s West Village neighborhood, the home to which he has returned since “Mad Men” wrapped shooting. Slattery still sees his former cast mates from time to time. “We go to dinner, we see each other, but everyone has their own lives,” Slattery said. “I’m OK with wrapping this thing up and moving on.” AN RONG XU NYT

John Slattery’s unsentimental goodbye to ‘Mad Men’

May 13, 2015 06:00 AM

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