John Slattery is a respected actor in the Hollywood community and a veteran of TV, film and stage.
This year, Slattery was nominated for his second Emmy Award for Best Supporting Actor in a Drama Series for his portrayal of 'Roger Sterling' in the critically-acclaimed AMC series "Mad Men." The show was nominated for a TCA Award for "Program of the Year" and won a TCA Award for "Outstanding Achievement in Drama" this year, and was also the first basic cable program to win Best Drama Series at the 2008 Primetime Emmy Awards.
Slattery has appeared on the big screen in numerous films including, most recently, Clint Eastwood's critically-acclaimed "Flags of our Fathers," Mike Nichols' "Charlie Wilson's War" and Terry George's "Reservation Road." He will next appear as Howard Stark in the highly anticipated "Iron Man 2", slated for release on May 7, 2010. Slattery will soon begin filming George Nolfi's "The Adjustment Bureau" with Matt Damon, a sci-fi drama currently shooting in NYC that's loosely based on the 1954 short story "Adjustment Team" by Phillip K. Dick.
Additional film credits include "Mona Lisa's Smile" opposite Julia Roberts for director Mike Newell, Thomas McCarthy's "The Station Agent," Joel Schumacher's "Bad Company" and Steven Soderbergh's "Traffic."
John Slattery is instantly recognizable from his roles on television as well. Most recently, in addition to co-starring for three seasons on "Mad Men," he had a substantial story arc as 'Victor Lang' on the hit ABC series "Desperate Housewives." In 2007, Slattery was nominated as part of both shows' ensemble casts for the SAG Award for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble.
His additional TV credits include the ABC series "Homefront," the comedy series "Ed," HBO's "K Street" and the drama "Jack & Bobby." He has also been seen in highly memorable guest appearances on "Sex & The City," "Will & Grace" and "Judging Amy."
In theater, Slattery has appeared on Broadway in the Pulitzer Prize winning "Rabbit Hole," for which he was nominated for a Drama League Award, the Broadway revival of "Betrayal" and opposite Nathan Lane in Neil Simon's "Laughter on the 23rd Floor." His Off-Broadway credits include the original production of "Three Days of Rain," which earned him the LA Drama Critics Award and a Drama Desk nomination.
Slattery is a Boston native who currently resides in New York City with his wife and son.