According to Kiernan Shipka, viewers need not to worry about her on-screen character Sally Draper and how her storyline is going to end when Mad Men bows out with its series finale in two weeks. The Hollywood actress opens up about playing Don Draper's feisty daughter, admitting that while she's had her ups and downs, Sally had managed to take on all of her problems with grace.
In a new interview with Comic Book Resources over the weekend, 15-year-old Shipka opened up about how Sally has matured throughout the years along with her relationship with her on-screen television parents.
When asked about what Sally would possible be when she grows up, Shipka said, "I mean, it's one of those things where I have so much faith in the character because I think she's really evolved and grown into a really amazing person. So I just kind of have faith that's she going to do well. And I kind of had that knowingness. It's weird to not know what she's going to be up to next, but I think it's going to be something good."
As far as how Sally has changed in the past seven episodes, Sally explained, "I think she's a pretty cool person. She had some rocky times. But I think that she handled it all with a grace that I never would have. I think she's kind of amazing, so I would probably be just gushing to her about her instead of the other way around, I'm sure."
Shipka also added that she's enjoyed being part of the close-knit cast throughout the years, which includes Jon Hamm, January Jones, John Slattery and Christina Hendricks.
"We've all known each other for such a long time that it totally feels like this kind of second family, all these great, great people. And we all know each other really well. So it's a cool thing to have," she gushed.
Mad Men airs on Sundays on the AMC network.