Kiernan Shipka says 'Mad Men' ending is the ''closest thing'' she'll get to graduating because she's never been to school.
Kiernan Shipka says 'Mad Men' ending is the ''closest thing'' she'll get to graduating.
The 15-year-old actress has been schooled on the set of the drama series - in which she plays Sally Draper - and is a bit scared about what the future holds now the programme is drawing to a close.
She said: ''There is a bit of fear and that's crazy to wrap my head around.
''It does have that graduating school vibe. Because I never really went to a traditional school, it really is the closest thing I'm ever going to get to that. It feels like that new chapter - melancholy, bittersweet.''
Despite her fears, Kiernan is also excited about what the future holds.
She said: ''It would be so sad if I couldn't act again. I'm looking forward to playing - hopefully playing - fun characters, characters who excite me and challenge me and interest me. This is what I love.''
When she hasn't been filming 'Mad Men', the actress is a member of improve group Detention Hall and loves their relaxed approach.
She told Stylist magazine: ''We practice every Saturday and then perform at 6.30pm. You'll get a suggestion and riff off that.
''With 'Mad Men', every single word is exactly what the page says - not a 'they're' to a 'they are' - it's all super specific.
''So, this is a total 180 from that. It's also just fun, it's a totally different environment. It's fun to make people laugh.''
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