John Slattery Biography, Age, Weight, Height, Friend, Like, Affairs, Favourite, Birthdate & Other


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Biography Of John Slattery
Real Name John Slattery
Profession Directors, Actors
Nick Name John M. Slattery
Famous as Actor
Nationality American
Personal life of John Slattery
Born on 13 August 1962
Birthday 13th August
Age 54 Years
Sun Sign Leo
Born in Boston, Massachusetts, U.S.
City Boston, Massachussets
Family Background of John Slattery
Father John
Mother Joan (née Mulhern)
Spouse/Partner Talia Balsam (m. 1998)
Children Harry Slattery (b. 1999)
Education Catholic University of America, BFA 1984
Personal Fact of John Slattery

John Slattery is an American actor and director who has made his presence felt in big screen flicks, TV productions as well theatre through his versatile acting. He is particularly known for his characterisation of Roger Sterling, one of the lead characters of American period drama television series Mad Men. It has not only earned him great acclaim and popularity but also nominations for two Critics’ Choice Television Awards and four Emmy Awards. The ensemble of Mad Men won two Screen Actors Guild Award in 2009 and 2010 of which Slattery was a part.

Starting his television career in the late 1980s he went on to establish himself as one of the most in-demand character artists with series like Will & Grace, Sex and the City and Judging Amy. He embarked into theatres just after his television debut and has over the years thrived in portraying several characters including in The Extra Man, The Rabbit Hole, Three Days of Rain, Betrayal and Laughter on the 23rd Floor. He made his big screen debut in the mid-1990s and went on to feature in noteworthy flicks like Traffic, Eraser, Flag of Our Fathers, Where’s Marlowe, Charlie Wilson’s War, Iron Man 2 and  Spotlight among others. While furthering his acting career, in 2013 he ventured into direction with the drama film God’s Pocket (2014) that he co-wrote with Alex Metcalf. Moving forward he also directed two episodes of the romantic comedy web television series Love.

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