Bert Cooper likes to cultivate the image of an old eccentric in the offices of Sterling Cooper (and later, at Sterling Cooper Draper Price), but beneath the affection for Japanese art and Ayn Rand quotes lies a sharp, ambitious mind. He’s perfectly happy to keep and use secrets to manipulate other members of the firm, whether it’s using Don’s real identity against him or not-so-subtly reminding Robert Sterling just who exactly it was who got him his job in the first place.
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August 17, 2013 by Amy
Salvador Dalí was a Spanish surrealist painter who is best known for his bizarre, striking images. His unusual behavior and eccentric manner gained as much attention as his work. His look wouldn’t be complete without his signature mustache but we’ll leave it up to you to find your own flexible desk-lady.
May 17, 2014 by Amy
Ken Cosgrove (Aaron Staton) is an account executive at SCDP in Mad Men. Though he may not be as emotionally handicapped like some of his co-workers, he’s now physically handicapped after a hunting accident. Despite the one bad eye, he continues to write science fiction novels under his pen name, Ben Hargrove.
June 20, 2013 by Stacey
Miss Blankenship was briefly Don Draper’s secretary during season 4 of Mad Men. She wasn’t exactly the youngest or hottest in the office, but we all enjoyed her outspokenness and quirky spirit. Don’t be fooled by her cataract goggles or her homemade afghan – she was even known to have had an escapade with young Roger Sterling back in the day.
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