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Lead characters[ edit ] Don Draper Jon Hamm: He is a hard-drinking, chain-smoking executive with a shadowy past who has achieved success in advertising. He's married to Elizabeth "Betty" Draper, with whom he has three children. Don keeps many secrets from Betty.
He hides a long history of infidelity. Despite Don's best efforts, Betty gradually starts catching on, and along with her learning about his cheating, when she finds out about Don's secret past it leads to their separation at the end of Season 3 and eventual divorce. Draper was due to be sent home, so by switching dog tags with him, Dick found a way to escape his impoverished, dysfunctional family.
Olson rises from being Draper's secretary to being a copywriter with her own office. While he rarely acknowledges it, Don appreciates Peggy's abilities, leading him to choose her to go with him to Sterling Cooper Draper Pryce.
She is given more freedom to come up with her own creative advertising ideas, with Don always pushing her to be better. During Season 5, Peggy feels increasingly unappreciated and patronized by Draper.
In the final season, she transitions to the McCann Erickson agency and eventually finds her true feelings for Stan Rizzo. Pete Campbell Vincent Kartheiser: A young, ambitious account executive from an old New York family with connections and a privileged background. Often displaying recurring lapses in experience and judgement, Campbell's ruthless climb to the top causes him to attempt to blackmail Don Draper with the Dick Whitman information he has learned, but it does not work.
He and Don are antagonistic some of the time, but later develop a grudging respect for each other, culminating in Don's approaching Pete over Ken Cosgrove when forming a new agency.
He and Trudy do conceive a daughter, Tammy, late in Season 4. At the end of Season 3, dissatisfied with his treatment at Sterling Cooper regarding a promotion, he secretly plans to leave the firm.
Campbell decides to join Draper, with the condition that he be made a partner, though his surname does not appear in the new firm's name Sterling Cooper Draper Pryce. Campbell is one of the few characters in the show who does not smoke cigarettes, though he is seen smoking marijuana on one occasion.
He looks up to Don in many ways.
Campbell is often shown cheating on his wife, and is not above manipulating and blackmailing women to get them to sleep with him. While Pete and Trudy separate in Season 6 after another one of his affairs, the two reconcile at the end of the series as Pete takes a lucrative offer with Learjet in Wichita, Kansas.
Raised in the Philadelphia suburb of Elkins Park, Pennsylvania and a graduate of Bryn Mawr Collegeshe met Don when she was a model in Manhattan and married him soon thereafter.
At the start of the series, they have been married for seven years since and live in OssiningNew York. Over the course of the first two seasons, Betty gradually becomes aware of her husband's womanizing.
Betty's relationship with her children, particularly Sally, is often strained. At the end of Season 7, Betty learns that she has an advanced stage of lung cancer and is given six months to a year to live, even with aggressive treatment.
She quickly accepts that her life will soon be over and makes plans for her funeral and her children's future care. Office manager and head of the secretarial pool at Sterling Cooper. She had a long-term affair with Roger Sterling until his two heart attacks Season 1 cause him to end the relationship.
In Season 2, she becomes engaged to Dr.
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