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BRYAN BATT as Salvatore Romano

The 2008 SAG® Award-winning actor Bryan Batt is series regular Salvatore Romano in the critically acclaimed, multi award-winning dramatic series Mad Men. Batt has received rave reviews for his nuanced performance in the brilliantly written and ever stylish series, which encompasses the steam world of 1960s Madison Avenue.

In addition to Mad Men, Batt appears in the new Judd Apatow/Adam Sandler film Funny People released July 31.

Batt is also a Broadway veteran, civic activist, designer, and co-owner of Hazelnut, a fine gift and home accesories shop in his home town of New Orleans. Hazelnut has been featured in The New York Times, House Beautiful, and Southern Accents. Batt has recently appeared on CNN, Martha Stewart, as well as Regis & Kelly. His debut book, an irreverent "memoir" entitled She Ain't Heavy, She's My Mother, is set for a spring 2010 release published by Harmony Books, a division of Random House.

This charming and diversified southern gentleman lives tri-coastally, splitting his life between New York, Los Angeles, and New Orleans.

Season 3, 2009
Cast of Mad Men
Emmy Awards Best Television Drama
September 20, 2009
SAG Awards
SAG Awards - Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble
January 23, 2010

Production Photos

episode 1
Episode 301 "Out of Town"
episode 1
With Jon Hamm as Donald Draper - Episode 301
"Out of Town"
Sal Romano
With Sarah Drew as Kitty Romano - Episode 304
"The Arrangements"
Sal Romano
Episode 304 "The Arrangements"
"Wee Small Hours" "Wee Small Hours"
With Darren Pettie as Lee Garner, Jr
Episode 309 "Wee Small Hours"
Photos by AMC  
  Publicity and Event Photos
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2009 Emmy Awards
2009 Emmy Awards
Gayle Batt
Gayle Batt
L.A. Premiere
Times Square
Times Square Premiere
TV Guide
TV Guide
Newsweek Magazine
New Orleans Magazine
New Orleans Magazine
"And my god... Bryan Batt... what can you say about the guy after an episode like this? Salvatore episodes tend to be rare, and therefore a treat when they come up. Here's a character who started out as obvious (some would say too obvious) comic relief and has become one of the show's great tragic figures. Everyone on "Mad Men" suffers in some way (except maybe Ken Cosgrove), but Sal's burden is especially great, and Batt rises to the occasion every time he's called to show that burden with almost no dialogue. Sal dare not speak his problem's name, so Batt has to internalize most of it, play it with the eyes and body language, and the look on his face when Don turns out to be another villain, not a savior, is just devastating. " ...Alan Sepinwall, New Jersey Star-Ledger
Awards for MAD MEN
     WINNER: GOLDEN GLOBE AWARD - Best Television Series - Drama (2007/2008/2009)
     WINNER: SAG AWARD - Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series (2008/2009)
     WINNER: EMMY AWARD - Outstanding Drama Series
     WINNER: ART DIRECTORS GUILD AWARD - Excellence in Production Design for a Single-Camera TV Series
     WINNER: PRODUCERS GUILD AWARD - Norman Felton Producer of the Year Award in Episodic TV Drama
     WINNER: DIRECTORS GUILD AWARD - Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Dramatic Series Night
     WINNER: WRITERS' GUILD OF AMERICA - Best Dramatic Television Series
     WINNER: COSTUME DESIGNERS GUILD - Excellence in Costume Design for a Period/Fantasy TV Series

Press Clippings
Mad Men's Bryan Batt, a.k.a. Salvatore Romano: Greatest Vulture Intervew Ever by Rebecca Milzoff, New York Magazine, August 17, 2009
Chat with a 'Mad' man by Kristin Tillotson, Minneapolis Star Tribune, November 19, 2009
Mad Men's Bryan Batt on His Jaw-Dropping Scene by Adam Bryant, TV Guide, August 17, 2009
Bryan Batt and Matthew Weiner discuss Sal Romano's place in 'Mad Men' season premiere by Dave Walker, The Times-Picayune, August 16, 2009
New Orleanian Bryan Batt finds fame and fulfillment in the critically acclaimed AMC drama 'Mad Men' by Dave Walker, The Times-Picayune, August 16, 2009
Q & A: Bryan Batt, AMC, August 18, 2009
Back Up at Batt, by Brian Scott Lipton,, August 4, 2009
Bryan Batt: 'Mad Men' Proves Our Society Still Has A Long Way To Go" by Jarrett, New York Post Popwrap, July 30, 2009
Q&A: Bryan Batt Talks 'Mad Men's' Return, Access Hollywood, July 23, 2009
MAD MEN STYLE - photos from Playboy Magazine
Video Clips
video 'Mad' About the Boy, Upstairs at Sardi's with Bryan Batt,, November 2, 2009
video Roving Pack of Mad Men Crashes Joel McHale's Party, August 14, 2009
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