'Mad Men's' "Sally Draper": This Is What Kiernan Shipka Looks Like Today

Check out Kiernan Shipka "Sally Draper" from Mad Men!
February 16, 2020 - 20:30 / Cynthia Springer

The world watched Kiernan Shipka, aka "Sally Draper", grow up for seven whole seasons on the award-winning series Mad Men. Today, the beautiful actress has made a name for herself in the entertainment industry, parting ways from her youthful "Sally" identity...

She's no longer daddy's little girl! Well, at least no longer "Don Draper"'s little girl. Kiernan Shipka had her breakthrough in television in 2007, as she portrayed the young "Sally" in a a 1960's household. Throughout the seven seasonsMad Men definitely changed her life! She has a huge fan base, and Netflix has also giving her a plethora of opportunities. 

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This is what Mad Men's "Sally Draper" looks like today

Since the ending of Mad Men, Kiernan has been starring in the lead role as "Sabrina Spellman" of Netflix's Chilling Adventures of Sabrina. In it, she plays a half-mortal, half-witch who must defend the threats that happen in her everyday life. The series now has two seasons on the streaming channel, and we won't be surprised when there's a third!

Kiernan Shipka attends Netflix's Let It Snow premiere on November 4, 2019 in Los Angeles, California

Kiernan also recently starred in the Netflix production, Let It Snow, one of our new favorite holiday films! The romantic comedy stars newcomers Odeya Rush, Mitchell Hope, and a top veteran actress of Hollywood- Joan Cusack. Aside from her Christmas film, she was also cast in Netflix's The Silence opposite Stanley Tucci, a horror film!

We're just elated to see that she's still close with her TV mother and father, January Jones and Jon Hamm

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Dad showed up!!!

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But can you believe how grown up she is?! We're suddenly starting to feel old!

We hope to see more of her not just on Netflix, but also the big screen!