Jon Hamm impersonated Bill Hader for an interview with Amy Schumer to promote their Judd Apatow comedy Trainwreck.

Jon Hamm Did His Bill Hader Impression for Amy Schumer—and It's Uncanny

Jon Hamm Did His Bill Hader Impression for Amy Schumer—and It's Uncanny

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July 10 2015 6:00 PM

Jon Hamm Did His Best Bill Hader Impression in an Interview With Amy Schumer

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You may have noticed that Bill Hader looks a little different in an Extra interview to promote his new movie, Trainwreck. Actually, he looks very different. He looks like Jon Hamm. That’s because the Mad Men star filled in for Hader to give the interview alongside Amy Schumer, in which Schumer quips about their onscreen chemistry while Hamm gamely answers questions about his Stefon impression. 

Hamm has never been shy about taking roles that use his appearance as the butt of the joke—it was the gag when he guest-starred on 30 Rock as Tina Fey’s too-handsome-for-his-own good love interest, Drew, and a pivotal plot point on Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt—but this interview may be the funniest use of his handsomeness yet.

Marissa Martinelli is a Slate editorial assistant.