Jimmy Kimmel Appearance

Posted by Brooke on April 16th, 2015


Kiernan was interviewed in last night’s Jimmy Kimmel! She gets to share a lot, including the end of Mad Men, acting on Jimmy Kimmel as a kid, where she was when she found out she got the role of Sally Draper, and being recognized for the first time. She also mentions she recently graduated from high school, and is now taking her first college course! Congrats, Kiernan! Watch her interview below!


Watch her full interview here!

So Long, Sally Draper

Posted by Brooke on April 7th, 2015


Kiernan is featured in the latest issue of Interview magazine. Article is by Aly Comingore. Pictures are by photographer Cara Robbins. They are now available for viewing in the gallery.

KIERNAN SHIPKA: When I started I would really just get my scenes and practice my scenes, but as far as Sally’s future there was no real heads-up. As the seasons progressed and there were more storylines for Sally. Matt and I met with my mom and we’d kind of brief her. Besides that, though, I didn’t know too far into the future what was going to happen, but I was always excited and he always seemed to be excited about her.

Read the rest of the interview here!


Interview Magazine Photoshoot


Kiernan Shipka and AMC Celebrate The Final 7 Episodes Of “Mad Men” With The Black & Red Ball

Posted by Brooke on March 26th, 2015


Last night Kiernan celebrated the premiere of the final seven episodes of Mad Men! It’s truly the end of an era, as Kiernan has pretty much grown up over the course the show. Mad Men first aired July 19, 2007, and the final episodes will air every Sunday at 10/9c on AMC.


Kiernan did an article with BuzzFeed awhile back, and this is what she had to say about her departure.


“Mad Men was such a huge part of my life, and I adore the character Sally, and I don’t really think there’s anyone like her because she’s original,” the 15-year-old actor, who was 8 when she was cast on the groundbreaking AMC series, told BuzzFeed News in a phone interview. “We’ve seen her grow and change and evolve over time and really become a strong, independent person.”


Read the rest of the article here!


AMC Celebrates The Final 7 Episodes Of “Mad Men” With The Black & Red Ball