"Mad Men's" love of Baltimore is no surprise. Creator Matthew Weiner is a native and multiple members cast and crew have Baltimore roots (the series notably took a trip to our city in Season 3). And now you can add last night's hilarious
Sure, it's likely a coincidence, but both
Wink-wink, Baltimore, says Weiner. May we suggest that every scene from now on involving 1960s drug experimentation must include at least one actor with a Baltimore connection?
By the way, Armstrong, who was born and raised in Baltimore, also appeared in John Water's Baltimore-set "Pecker" in 1998. Armstrong's husband,
In several interviews, List, who lived off Cold Spring Lane while living in the city, has proclaimed her love for Baltimore. A few years ago she told
She also noted that when she auditioned for Jane, the "Mad Men" folks loved the fact that she was from Baltimore.