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Actor John Slattery played Julia Roberts's love interest in the film Mona Lisa Smile, and a government official in the World War II drama Flags of Our Fathers.
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"It's embarrassing," the prematurely-gray Slattery said of the "silver fox" moniker frequently appended to his name. "I don't mind the 'silver' bit, but I hate the 'fox'—no one likes being a fox, whatever color it is."
Slattery lives with his wife, actress Talia Balsam, and son Henry in New York City. When not filming Mad Men in Los Angeles, Slattery continues to work in film, stage and television, including a role in the 2010 film Iron Man 2.
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