The 2008 SAG Award-winning actor Bryan Batt
is series regular Salvatore Romano in the critically acclaimed, multi award-winning dramatic series Mad Men. Batt has received rave reviews for his nuanced performance in the brilliantly written and ever stylish series, which encompasses the steamy world of 1960s Madison Avenue.
In addition to Mad Men, Batt appears in the new Judd Apatow/Adam Sandler film Funny People released July 31.
Batt is also a Broadway veteran, civic activist, designer, and co-owner of Hazelnut, a fine gift and home accessories shop in his home town of New Orleans. Hazelnut has been featured in The New York Times, House Beautiful, and Southern Accents. Batt has recently appeared on CNN, Martha Stewart as well as Regis & Kelly. His debut book, an irreverent memoir entitled She Ain't Heavy, She's My Mother, is set for a spring 2010 release published by Harmony Books, a division of Random House.
This charming and diversified southern gentleman lives tri-coastally, splitting his life between New York, Los Angeles, and New Orleans.
Note: This profile was written in or before 2010.
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