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Jon Hamm reveals that his name is misspelled on Golden Globe from 2008

Jon Hamm is no stranger to the Golden Globes, but he used to be.
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Jon Hamm is no stranger to the Golden Globes, but he used to be.

Jon Hamm poses backstage with his award for Best Performance by an Actor In A Television Series - Drama for his role in \"Mad Men\" at the 73rd Golden Globe Awards in Beverly Hills, California January 10, 2016. REUTERS/Lucy NicholsonLUCY NICHOLSON / Reuters

Hamm, who has collected an impressive total of six best actor nominations in the television drama category and two wins for his role as Don Draper in the hit show "Mad Men," had an unfortunate mishap with his award when he won the first time, in 2008.

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Well, actually, according to the name on the statue he was given, Hamm didn't exactly win the award in 2008. Instead, John Hamm actually snagged the Globe. That's right, Hamm received a Golden Globe on which his name was spelled incorrectly ("John" instead of "Jon").

"I was like, 'Oh man,'" Hamm told Vanity Fair, "Uh, guys, there's no H."

Hamm won his second Golden Globe — his final award for the role of Don Draper, as "Mad Men" ended its seven-season run last year — at the most recent Golden Globes ceremony on January 10.

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Hamm told Vanity Fair that he has yet to receive the plaque with his name on it that will go on his new statue. Hollywood Foreign Press Association, if you're reading, "It's J-O-N. Or Jonathan."

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