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Christina Rene Hendricks (born May 3, 1975) is an MILF American actress. She is best known for her role as Joan Harris in the AMC television series Mad Men, for which she has been nominated for five Emmy Awards.

A poll of female readers taken by Esquire magazine named Hendricks “the sexiest woman in the world”.[1] In 2010, she was voted Best Looking American Woman by Esquire magazine.

Early life
Hendricks was born in Knoxville, Tennessee. Her mother, Jackie Sue (née Raymond), was a psychologist. Her father, Robert Hendricks, who worked for the United States Forest Service, was from Birmingham, England.[3][4] Through her father, she has dual U.S./U.K. nationality.[5] Her family moved because of her father’s profession, living in Fairfax, Virginia; Portland, Oregon; and Twin Falls, Idaho.

Career
Hendricks began acting in children’s musical theater productions in Twin Falls. She was a model from the ages of 18 to 27. She made a number of guest television appearances, starting as a regular in the series Beggars and Choosers. Since then, she has starred in the series The Big Time and The Court, opposite Sally Field and Craig Bierko, as well as the legal drama Kevin Hill, which was filmed in Fort Cobb, Oklahoma. She has also had recurring roles in ER and Firefly and guest-starred in episodes of Angel, Miss Match, Tru Calling, Presidio Med, Without a Trace, and Las Vegas. Hendricks starred opposite Kip Pardue in South of Pico. La Cucina, an award-winning indie film, premiered on Showtime in December 2009 and stars Hendricks as a writer opposite Joaquim de Almeida. She appeared in four episodes of the NBC series Life in the recurring role of Olivia, detective Charlie Crews’ soon-to-be stepmother and Ted Earley’s love interest. She also starred in music videos for “The Ghost Inside” by Broken Bells,[7] and Everclear’s “One Hit Wonder”.

She plays Joan Harris on the AMC series Mad Men where Hendricks’ character is the office manager of advertising agency Sterling Cooper & Partners, providing mentoring to a group of women who must deal with the come-ons and callousness of professional advertising executives. Her performance has received critical praise, resulting in four Primetime Emmy nominations for Outstanding Supporting Actress in A Drama Series.

She appeared in the action-thriller Drive, directed by Nicolas Winding Refn, alongside Carey Mulligan and Ryan Gosling. In 2014, she played the lead character in Gosling’s directorial debut Lost River[10] and played along Charlize Theron and Chloe Moretz, in the novel adaption Dark Places.[11] In 2015, she was cast as one of the leads in Refn’s thriller film The Neon Demon.

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