Jon Hamm, left, and Jennifer Westfeldt arrive at the 65th Primetime Emmy Awards at Nokia Theatre on Sunday Sept. 22, 2013, in Los Angeles. (Photo by Jordan Strauss/Invision/AP)
Jon Hamm is having an indignity criss, just like his “Mad Men” counterpart, Don Draper.
The Hollywood Foreign Press Association misspelled Hamm’s name on his Golden Globe statue in 2008. He’s since received six nominations and two wins.
Hamm told Vanity Fair while at the Sundance Film Festival that when his statue showed up at his home, his name was spelled “John” rather than Jon.
“I was like, ‘Oh man. Uh, guys, there’s no ‘H,’” he told Vanity Fair.
Hamm earned all his noms and awards for his role on the AMC drama “Mad Men,” which ended its seventh and final season last year. He is currently serving as a juror for the Sundance Film Festival.
Hamm, who was decked out in winter gear to fight the Park City cold, said during the video interview that Sundance should launch a whole new award.
“There should be a jury for best scarf and best hat,” Hamm joked. “I feel like we could get, like, the Mumford and Sons here and they all could judge it and it could be the suspenders and facial hair run-off.”