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Subscribe to HuffPost Live Today: floridahot.info Watch The Latest From HPL Here: floridahot.info We spotted Linda Cardellini, who plays Don Draper's paramour Sylvia Rosen on Mad Men, at Clinique's party on Tuesday, and we just had to ask what it was like shooting that scene, the one where Sally walked in on them in a compromising position. Cardellini laughed. It was as difficult for her to talk about as it was for us. Linda Cardellini has surprised with her role on 'Mad Men' this season. First, she kept the part a secret until her first episode aired. She's also barely recognizable as Don Draper's latest sexy mistress. (Published Thursday, June 13, ). Linda Cardellini has surprised with her role on 'Mad Men' this season. First, she kept. Linda Cardellini was on Sunday's Mad Men, but don't beat yourself up if you didn't recognize her. "Everybody knows people who pretend to be one thing and are something else". The “Freaks & Geeks” alumna joined the critically-acclaimed AMC series as Don Draper's (Jon Hamm) mistress and neighbor Sylvia Rosen. In a recent “Mad Men” episode, the s*** hit the fan when Sally (Kiernan Shipka) walked in on the two of them having sex, prompting young Sally to explode at her. Two of this season's most shocking Mad Men moments have come courtesy of Linda Cardellini, who plays Don's neighbor-turned-mistress Sylvia Rosen. The first was the revelation that Don was cheating on Megan. The second. To think there was a time when a television character played by Linda Cardellini was regarded as a freak simply because she dropped out of her high school Mathletes club. But that was a different decade, on a different period drama, and when Ms. Cardellini showed up on “Mad Men,” she brought a whole. Linda Cardellini joins HuffPost Live and reveals how the sexy "Mad Men" scene was shot around Sally Draper. Linda Cardellini: The hotel stuff, when he locks me in the hotel—that was really fun to shoot because it was so out of the norm for both of them. John Slattery was the director, and I knew him from working on a film called Return. He was one of the only people I knew when I came to Mad Men. He's smart and.