Jon Hamm Hints At Past In 'Movies That Would Appear Late Night On Cinemax'

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    Before he was Don Draper, Jon Hamm was involved with some far racier projects, the "Mad Men" star confessed on "The Late Show With David Letterman" on Friday.

    "There's always that fallow period in any actor's life," he explained. "My most proud moment in that phase of my life, I worked behind the camera on some special projects – as a set dresser. So I would move all the props around. It was sort of on the low end of the Hollywood spectrum."

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    Asked which films he worked on, Jon drew a blank.

    "I don't remember them having titles," he joked. "They were the kind of movies that would appear late night on Cinemax."

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    "There's a certain amount of nakedtivity in these, isn't there?" David asked him.

    "There's a certain amount of nudeular activity, yes," Jon answered.

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