Our Malaysian friend might not have been tactful, but she’d only said what everyone was thinking: What the hell was up with that story line?
In the show’s current, fifth season, though, the engagement has given way to something even more shocking: Megan and seemingly reformed womanizer Don (Jon Hamm) are actually married and, most of the time, happily so.
If you go back and look at that episode in season 5, there is a scene where Megan and Peggy became friends.
It was important for the audience to see that they’re not being competitive or cutting each other up.
In the last two seasons of the series (a new episode airs on April 13), the Québécoise actress particularly brought the heat as she managed to eclipse every scene she was in by her smouldering portrayal of Don Draper’s secretary-turned-wife. It would be hard to find a man who could come up with something hard for her to handle. I read her biography as a kid and it stayed with me since. I am dating [musician] John Kastner—who is also from Montreal.
In 2001, she starred in Lost and Delirious which received mixed reviews.
Following that, Pare appeared in the miniseries Random Passage and Napoleon.
So, we dug a little deeper and rounded up the best and worst of Jessica Paré's outifts and some of her movie roles in Hollywood. Draper last season on Mad Men, Jessica Paré has been thrust into the spotlight, but just like Megan, we don't really know much about Jessica's backstory.
There have definitely been some ups and downs for the French-Canadian actress, from bootcut jeans and heels in 2004 to a few scary satin numbers. It seems like the classic styles on Mad Men are influencing Jessica real life style. So, we dug a little deeper and rounded up the best and worst of Jessica Paré's outifts and some of her movie roles in Hollywood.