Jon Hamm and Anna Osceola got engaged in February after more than two years of dating and tied the knot in Big Sur, California, in June
Jon Hamm and Anna Osceola are looking chic!
On Tuesday, Hamm, 52, and his wife Osceola, 35, were spotted among a number of celebrities who attended the Metropolitan Opera's opening night gala premiere of Dead Man Walking at New York City's Metropolitan Opera House.
Both Hamm and Osceola, who got married in June after more than two years of dating, were dressed up for the black-tie occasion. Hamm wore a dark-colored tuxedo as he posed with his arm around Osceola, who wore a dark-colored gown to the event.
The newlyweds were among a number of A-listers at the Metropolitan Opera's opening night event. Angela Bassett and her husband Courtney B. Vance, Sigourney Weaver, Whoopi Goldberg, Patrick Stewart and Edie Falco, among others, also walked the red carpet.
The couple reportedly first met on the set of Hamm's hit AMC series Mad Men in 2015. In the series' final episode, Osceola portrayed a receptionist named Clementine, whom Hamm's character Don Draper interacts with at a spiritual retreat.
Hamm and Osceola began spending time together publicly in 2020 and made their red carpet debut in March 2022 at an Academy Awards afterparty. Before the couple got engaged engaged in February, they collaborated professionally when they costarred in the 2022 film Confess, Fletch.
Hamm and Osceola took things back to their Mad Men roots when they tied the knot at Anderson Canyon in Big Sur, Calif., as TMZ reported at the time. Mad Men's finale episode was filmed in the same location.
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When Hamm appeared on the iHeartRadio Table for Two podcast in the days leading up to his June wedding, the actor referred to his marriage as "the exciting part of life and it's a signpost and a signifier of the next chapter and phase [of life]."
"Ideally, it gives you and your partner a sense of stability and comfort and an identifying capacity that is better, deeper, richer, than ‘it's my girlfriend’ or ‘my boyfriend’ or what have you," he told host Bruce Bozzi at the time. While Hamm said during the episode that "all of the minutiae of planning [a wedding] and dealing with it can be mind-numbing," he noted he felt "a sort of calm [that] settled over me" in the days leading up to the ceremony as he began to reflect on what marriage would mean for his life.
Hamm most recently appeared on the latest season of Apple TV+'s The Morning Show; he will also star in the upcoming fifth season of FX's Fargo.
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