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John Hooker
Portrayed by Ryan Cartwright
First appearance Out of Town
Final appearance Shut the Door. Have a Seat
Details
Gender Male
Employer Puttnam, Powell, and Lowe
Sterling Cooper Advertising Agency
Occupation Secretary
Office Manager
Relations


Biography

John Hooker worked at the Sterling Cooper Advertising Agency as Lane Pryce's secretary after merging with Puttnam, Powell, and Lowe.

John was not happy with the title "secretary," though he insisted that his status was not that of the other secretaries at Sterling Cooper. He once told Joan Holloway that "I'm Mr. Pryce's right arm; I'm not his typist." He insisted that the switchboard operators address him as "Mr. Hooker" rather than as "John".

He assumed Joan's position as office manager after her departure to become a housewife. ("Guy Walks Into an Advertising Agency")

He was called "Moneypenny" by a variety of Sterling Cooper employees, much to his chagrin.

It is not clear whether he stayed with McCann Erickson after they acquired both Puttnam, Powell, and Lowe and Sterling Cooper.

Mad Men Characters
Draper's Past Don DraperAbigail WhitmanArchibald WhitmanAdam WhitmanMack JohnsonLieutenant Don DraperAnna DraperPattyStephanie Horton
Draper and Hofstadt Family Betty HofstadtSally DraperRobert DraperEugene DraperGloria MasseyEugene Hofstadt
New York Suburb CarlaGlen BishopHelen BishopFrancine HansonArnold WayneSuzanne FarrellEdna Keener
Sterling Cooper Advertising Agency Roger SterlingBertram CooperJoan HollowayHarry CraneFreddy RumsenSalvatore RomanoKen CosgrovePaul KinseyHerman PhillipsBurt PetersonGreta GuttmanHollisJimmy BarrettWarren McKennaDaleBobbie BarrettRoger Sterling, Sr.
Secretary Peggy OlsonJane SiegelAllisonHildyLois SadlerMarge
Client Rachel MenkenLee Garner, Jr.Elliot LawrenceConrad HiltonAnnabelle MathisCrab Colson
Campbell Family Pete CampbellTrudy VogelBud CampbellTom VogelJeannie VogelJudy CampbellAndrew Campbell
Olson Relation Anita Olson RespolaKatherine OlsonJohn GillGerry RespolaMark KearneyJoyce RamsayAbe Drexler
London Lane PryceAlec MartinSaint John PowellGuy MacKendrickHarold FordJohn HookerRebecca PryceRobert Pryce
Francis Family Henry FrancisEleanor FrancisPauline Francis
New York City Beth DawesHoward DawesMidge DanielsJennifer CraneJim HobartMargaret SterlingMona SterlingKitty RomanoWalter EmersonBethany Van NuysCynthia CosgroveGail HollowayGreg HarrisRuth HarrisKevin HarrisMorris Ginsberg
Sterling Cooper Draper Pryce Faye MillerStan RizzoMichael GinsbergJoey BairdDanny SiegelMargie KochBill Mitford
Secretary Ida BlankenshipDawn ChambersScarlettCarolineSandy Schmidt
Client Herb RennetBob FinleyThomas FillmoreAkira TakahashiHachi Saito
Calvet Family Megan CalvetEmile CalvetMarie Calvet
New York Sylvia RosenJuliaPhoebe
Cutler, Gleason, and Chaough Jim CutlerFrank GleasonTed ChaoughSmitty SmithKurt SmithNan Chaough
Affair CandaceJanineToni CharlesJoy
Character Lyle EvansDavey KelloggJim HobartPerry DemuthJack HammondRalph Stuben

Trivia

  • "Moneypenny" is a character in Ian Fleming's James Bond series.

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