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“I think anything that serves to accentuate whatever your thing is and makes you feel good shows in the way you carry yourself,” he says.
On most fronts these days, Hamm seems determined to tune out trivialities in favor of all things substantive and real.
“I’m just blown away by the beauty of it all,” he says.
“Especially when I see anybody performing at the peak of their ability.
“It’s fun, it’s adorable, but it’s the visual equivalent of masturbating—there’s no point other than immediate gratification.” (He does have a stealth Instagram account where he follows photographers and artists and a few travel sites, but he’s never posted anything.) No personal trainer visits his home in L.
A.’s Los Feliz neighborhood; instead, Hamm plays league baseball on the weekends in a public park, mostly for the camaraderie.
Despite being one of the most eligible bachelors on the planet, Jon Hamm isn’t thrilled about being single. “It’s hard to be single after being together for a long time. It sucks.” While the “Mad Men” star didn’t delve too deeply into the cause of the breakup, he did reveal that his own issues could possibly get in the way of a happy union if he doesn’t keep himself in check.
“It’s fine,” Hamm, 46, who split from ex Jennifer Westfeldt in 2015 after 18 years together, told In Style in an interview released Friday. “I may be a narcissist in the way that most actors are, but I think it’s not to the detriment of those in my life.
In 2015 he split with his partner of 18 years, writer-director Jennifer Westfeldt.
The next time you’re at a play or a dance performance in Los Angeles or New York and you’re sitting near a tall, broad-shouldered guy in a baseball cap who unexpectedly bursts into tears, look closely. Louis Blues logo and its brim is curved in classic frat-boy style, chances are he’s Jon Hamm.
The actor, 46, says he has always been an unrepentant softie when he’s in the presence of a good work of art.
But the hope is to find the right balance so you can care about your own stuff enough to live your life and do your job well while also not being a monster.” The actor, who checked into rehab for alcohol abuse in February 2015, admits narcissism isn’t his only struggle.
“Medical attention is medical attention whether it’s for your elbow or for your teeth or for your brain, and it’s important.