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Thursday 18 September 2014

Christina Hendricks: I'll miss Mad Men

Christina Hendricks

Christina Hendricks "hates" thinking about the end of Mad Men.

The flame haired actress plays ambitious career woman Joan in the award-winning TV show. The sixth season of the Mad Men is due to begin shooting soon and it is believed Mad Men could come to an end after season seven. Christina can't bear to consider how it would feel to move on from playing her feisty character.

"I hate to even think of it finishing," she told the latest edition of UK magazine Glamour. "I have concerns about finding something I'm going to fall in love with as much. I've got a couple of things lined up for the next break, and I hope to enjoy my home and husband.

"Just keep going, try to live a happy, normal life, and find a great job."

Christina admits that Mad Men "completely changed [her] career" and she will always be grateful to have been involved in the show.

Since landing the role of Joan she has appeared in movies such as I Don't Know How She Does It and Drive.

Christina, 37, says the success of Mad Men has made her working life a lot better.

"Instead of people wondering who you are, you walk in and they say, 'I love your show.' It's a nice way to start an audition," she said.

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