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Bryan Batt Interview on 'Mad Men,' His "Momoir" and Musicals

by Kelly Woo, posted Mar 22nd 2010 2:00PM
Bryan BattSave Sal!

That was the resounding refrain of 'Mad Men' viewers everywhere this season, when the character Sal Romano (played by the suave Bryan Batt) was fired after rejecting a male client's sexual advances. After leaving the Sterling Cooper ad agency in disgrace, the art director's current whereabouts are unknown, and Batt told AOL TV he isn't sure if he'll return to the 'Mad Men' set in season 4.

He also spoke to us about the March 23 release of the 'Mad Men' season 3 DVD, his upcoming memoir about his mother ("momoir") and the resurgence of his hometown, New Orleans.Bryan BattSave Sal!

That was the resounding refrain of 'Mad Men' viewers everywhere this season, when the character Sal Romano (played by the suave Bryan Batt) was fired after rejecting a male client's sexual advances. After leaving the Sterling Cooper ad agency in disgrace, the art director's current whereabouts are unknown, and Batt told AOL TV he isn't sure if he'll return to the 'Mad Men' set in season 4.

He also spoke to us about the March 23 release of the 'Mad Men' season 3 DVD, his upcoming memoir about his mother ("momoir") and the resurgence of his hometown, New Orleans. Watch our interview now!

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