Jon Hamm Diet Plan

Jon Hamm

Hollywood actor Jon Hamm had his career beginnings in the mid-1990s. The following decade, his career became more substantial with regular roles on TV. His first one was as Burt Ridley in Providence. He later played Inspector Nate Basso in The Division. He later had recurring roles in the shows The Unit and What About Brian. In the early part of his career, he also appeared as Capt. Matt Dillon in the 2002 movie We Were Soldiers.

Finally, he got his big break as Don Draper, the lead character in the TV series Mad Men. His performance here has won him two Golden Globes and one Primetime Emmy. This also led him to land starring roles in several major films, including The Day the Earth Stood Still, The Town, Sucker Punch, and Million Dollar Arm. After Mad Men ended in 2015, he starred in the movies Keeping Up with the Joneses and Baby Driver. This year, he starred in the films Nostalgia and Beirut.

The award-winning actor became candid about her eating habits in an interview. When asked whether he’s a healthy eater or not, he said: “I think I am. You know, it sounds sort of crappy to say it, but most of the food that we are presented with has been processed to within an inch of its life, so it’s not exactly the most healthy thing you can eat. So I try to eat as fresh as I can, and try to stay away from as much of the cheap stuff as I can, too. I’m not above eating a packet of potato chips or something every now and again, but I do try to make those occasions more of a stand-alone rather than habitual.”

He added: “I try to eat as healthfully as I can. There are always options that are snacky, but mostly it’s about self-control. Most of shooting is really just waiting around, unless you’re working on an action film where you’ve got to train. So you don’t really need that much energy; the crew is the one that needs the energy. Don’t eat like an idiot—I think that’s a good rule of thumb.”

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