Jon Hamm is a stubble silver fox when he takes a call while walking his rescue dog Splash
Jon Hamm was the silver fox in every way when he modeled a bit of gray stubble this Friday in Los Angeles.
50-year-old Mad Men was out for a walk with his beloved dog Splash, which he adopted last September.
He flashed the flesh in tiny navy blue shorts, but fended off the early spring chill by zipping himself into a hoodie.
Looks Fabulous: Jon Hamm was every inch the silver fox when he sculpted a bit of gray stubble while in Los Angeles this Friday
Jon kept a fashionable bandana tied around his neck so he could pull it up as a face cover when needed due to the coronavirus pandemic.
He kept the California rays out of his eyes with a blue and white baseball cap and a chic pair of burnt orange pilots.
The sizzling sensation, whose films include Bad Times At The El Royale and Bridesmaids, rounded off the look with blue sneakers.
Splash entered Jon’s life last September through the nonprofit animal rescue I Stand With My Pack in Los Angeles.
Side by side: 50-year-old Mad Men heartthrob ran out with beloved dog Splash, who he adopted last September
He has been returned to the shelter twice because of his puppy energy. We saved him and found him best at home, ” the organization revealed on Instagram.
‘He now lives a fairytale life. Happy Adoption Splash. We are over the moon for you, ‘read their statement which was accompanied by a sweet photo of Jon with the dog.
Jon has more than just canine companionship in his personal life as he is currently in a relationship with Anna Osceola who is 17 years younger than him.
The flame-haired actress appeared on the Mad Men finale in 2015 and was first linked with Jon in the summer of last year.
The look: He flashed the flesh in a little navy blue shorts, but warded off the early spring chill by zipping himself into a hoodie
Jon’s upcoming projects include a reboot of Fletch – a character that has its origins in Gregory McDonald’s novels and has already been captured on film memorable.
Chevy Chase famously played the character in a 1985 comedy film that has become a cult classic in the intervening decades.
“We hope to start shooting in New York City in the spring – you know, fingers crossed,” Jon said Collider late last year.