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Lane, whose most recent Broadway stint was in the Terrence Mc Nally comedy “It’s Only a Play” last season, is one of Broadway’s more reliable draws, with a track record that includes not only “It’s Only a Play,” which was one of last season’s biggest nonmusical hits, but also “The Producers.” Slattery (“Mad Men”) hasn’t appeared on Broadway since his 2006 gig in “Rabbit Hole.” “Front Page,” Ben Hecht and Charles Mac Arthur’s comedy about a reporter (Slattery) and his editor (Lane) hiding an escaped prisoner to score a scoop, became well known for its rat-a-tat comic dialogue.The play was adapted into a 1931 film, and also inspired the 1940 comedy “His Girl Friday” with Cary Grant and Rosalind Russell (playing a female version of the role to be played by Slattery in the new revival).It occurred to me at some point that someone does this for a job, and maybe I could do that.” The offers steadily improved, and turning prematurely gray helped.Now his name soars above the title in the revival production directed by Jack O’Brien and produced by Scott Rudin, which features a 26-member, 24-carat cast where bit players are Tony winners and veteran scene purloiners.
In T-shirt, khakis and sneakers, he appears a full hour late for the interview, all charm and some hooey — Vice President Biden’s in town, traffic’s a beast — which seems like such a Roger Sterling thing to do.The newspaper also added that people who claim to be close to the couple are “convinced” an engagement is inevitable. Fans were simultaneously mourning and celebrating the news. Many other fans were crushed because they hoped to marry him... “So many people would flip but if the couple at some point announced they were engaged I’d be happy,” tweeted one fan. On Friday, John Slattery’s rep said “no comment” when asked whether the 54-year-old actor was tying the knot. He was also part of the Mad Men ensemble cast that won two SAG Awards.In 2013, Slattery directed his first feature film, God's Pocket (2014), which he co-wrote with Alex Metcalf.