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Jon Hamm – American actor and director who has performed roles in such films as “The Day the Earth Stood Still,” “City of Thieves,” “Space Cowboys” and “Sucker Punch.” Star of the mega-popular series “Mad Men.” Born March 10, 1971 in St. Louis, Missouri. His father, Daniel Hamm managed family company engaged in cargo transportation, and Deborah’s mother worked as a secretary. His parents divorced when Jonathan was barely two years. The boy stayed with his mother until the age of ten, when doctors diagnosed her one of the varieties of cancer. Then he moved to his father, Jonathan. However, she lived about ten years, but when Hamm was twenty, Daniel Sr. died.
As a child, the boy attended Burroughs School. He is actively engaged in various kinds of sports was in soccer and baseball teams of the school, as well as engaged in swimming. Female Hamm at the time was the future actress Sarah Clarke. The first role of the boy sang, as a student of the first class: he portrayed Winnie the Pooh in the school setting. At sixteen, Jonathan was approved by Judas in the musical “Godspell”. he chose the University of Texas, where eventually studied only up to the second course of higher education – the boy returned home and enrolled at the University of Missouri after his father’s death. He stumbled At this time, an advertisement for a casting in staging the comedy by William Shakespeare “Midsummer Night’s Dream.” Hamm responded successfully auditioned and got the role. This was followed by a new job in the musical “Assasins”, the plot of which are brought to the audience one by one killer or attempts on the life of American presidents people. Each was accompanied by a music corresponding to the time. In 1992, Jonathan came to Hollywood to visit his old friend, actor Paul Rudd, known for shooting the series “Friends” and the melodrama “The Cider House Rules.” Three years later, Hamm permanently moved to the “dream factory” – behind the wheel of his car and with one hundred and fifty dollars in his pocket. long time aspiring actor was not lucky and find a job failed. Only in 2000, he received an offer to shoot in the family adventure film directed by Clint Eastwood’s “Space Cowboys.” Starring in the movie performed held actors Tommy Lee Jones, Donald Sutherland, James Garner and the director himself. The following year, Hamm managed to get a small role in the comedy “Kissing Jessica Stein,” which tells the story of a friendship between the two women quietly grew into something more. A year later, Jonathan took part in the military drama with Mel Gibson, “We Were Soldiers.” After a long break Hamm played in the comedy by Robert Cary “Ira and Abby.” Together with a friend, Paul Rudd, they appeared in the comedy of David Wayne “Ten” consisting of ten stories, each of which was built on one of the biblical commandments. The first significant acting job was the role of the doctor in Garnish Scott Derrickson fi thriller “The Day the Earth Stood Still.” Hamm played alongside Jennifer Connelly and Keanu Reeves. Global box office amounted to more than $ 230 million. The project’s success has created ideal conditions for a career. In 2009, Hamm was offered a cameo role in the drama, Tom Ford’s “A Single Man.” Premiered at the Venice Film Festival as part of the competition program. Parallel to this, John for a couple with Josh Lucas starred in the crime thriller Anders Anderson’s “Boy in the Box.” This was followed by an invitation to the role of FBI agent Adam Frawley ruthless in the heist film Ben Affleck’s “The Town.” The director chose Hamm because he wanted to get rid of the conventional flared in the image of representatives of the law. Affleck was looking for an actor capable of creating on-screen image of charismatic and courageous, and John perfectly coped with the task. Subsequently, many critics called it the game in a first-class movie. The final work was the drama, the Rob Epstein “Howl.” In 2011 came the big screen sci-fi thriller Zack Snyder’s “Sucker Punch”, where the actor re-emerged in the form of a doctor.