Bryan Batt (Role) : Salvatore Romano
Birthday : March-1-1963
Birthplace : New Orleans, Louisiana
Gender : Male
Bryan Batt, an American actor, got more name and fame for his theatre work as compared to acting on TV. He has also appeared in several movies also. For his performance in the stage adaptation of ‘Saturday Night Fever’, he received one of New York City’s more atypical honors, a caricature at Sardi’s.
On the very popular AMC series ‘Mad Men’, Bryan Batt is portraying the character of Salvatore, a closeted homosexual advertising executive. Bryan Batt is openly gay and has appeared like a gay on movies ‘Jeffrey’, ‘Kiss Me’ and ‘Guido’ etc. His partner Tom Cianfichi is an events planner. They both met on Evita in Akron, Ohio and have been together for more than eighteen years. They own a home décor and furnishing store, Hazelnut, in New Orleans.
His other TV credits include ‘Guess Who’s Coming to Decorate’, ‘Rescue Me’, ‘Guiding Light’, ‘Law & Order: Criminal Intent’, ‘The Cosby Show’, ‘Pulp Comics Special featuring Caroline Rhea’ and ‘As the World Turns’.
Role on ‘Mad Men’
On ‘Mad Men’, Bryan Batt appears as Salvatore Romano, the Italian American art director at Sterling Company. He’s a closeted gay man who has a crush on Ken Cosgrove. We see him reluctantly keeping his secret, of being gay, hidden.