I'm here today with Jon Hamm, who just survived the mammoth task of his last movie. Hi, Jon, and welcome to Stuff Your Brain Doesn't Need.
Good morning to you, and thank you for inviting me.
If you didn't grow up to become known as the actor Jon Hamm, what do you think you would have done?
I probably would have become a pro "Quake III: Arena" player.
What do you have in your pockets?
I got a bunch of money in my pockets. You can stare at them, you can ever touch them, but they are mine, all mine. My preciouss roll of notes...
What do you think about the international situation?
It's hard to figure it when you spend your days in a pink cloud cuddled by venerating fans, but in this torn epoch there are regions where it is impossible to find even a just decent margarita.
You appear to be always so joyful and positive. Do you also have a dark side?
I do. Each and every one has a dark side. For example, when I see a colleague actor, my heart became heavier and my teeth rattle with fury. And suddenly, I sense a compulsion to shutter those lecherous eyes for good. And then there is my dark side... You do not want to know about that side.
What motivates you to act?
The fact that, as Nero Wolfe said, "An actor can practice anywhere any time with anybody, and most of them do."
Where will you go on your next holiday?
For my next holiday I rented an exclusive manor in a secluded valley of Ragaan. The only problem was making a payment in bitcoins to the cheerful property owner from Nigeria that proposed me the affair by email.
What is your take of the last Oscar quarreling?
Frankly, this has always been a hot potato.
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