Jon Hamm seems very intent on letting people know that he's not actually Don Draper. For Hamm, who emerged from relative Hollywood obscurity in 2007 to completely embody "Mad Men's" leading character, the danger of getting typecast as the slick and vacuous Draper is something he must constantly guard against.
The actor has done so by embarking on a hilarious cameo tour over the past few years, taking on small roles in TV, movies, and web videos that seem designed to showcase his comedic range and take him out of Don Draper's shadow.
Below, check out a video slideshow of some of Hamm's greatest comedic cameos, from "30 Rock" to "SNL," "Children's Hospital" to "Bridesmaids" and everything in between.
In which Jon Hamm proves that unlike Don Draper, he is not freaked out by the hip new music the kids are listening to these days.
In which Jon Hamm proves that he may actually be a better pitchman than Don Draper by convincing you to eat lunch meat on the toilet.
In which Jon Hamm proves that being a jerk to women can be quite funny!
In which Jon Hamm proves that he's willing to wear a bald cap instead of slicking his hair back.
In which Jon Hamm proves that unlike Don Draper, he is not intimidated by dating a self-possessed career woman. Or by wearing blackface for a laugh.
In which Jon Hamm proves that unlike Don Draper, he is not running from his childhood and keeping his past a secret.
In which Jon Hamm proves he sometimes prefers women's scrubs to a finely-tailored suit.
In which Jon Hamm proves that unlike Don Draper, he is capable of having an awkward conversation.
In which Jon Hamm proves that he doesn't always have to play the boss. And that he does an awesome robot impression.