Ray Ramano says Jon Hamm's impersonation of him is a "double insult"
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On the latest episode of 'The Tonight Show starring Jimmy Fallon,' Ray Ramano came on as a guest to settle some old beef. Fallon brought up a clip of 'Mad Men' actor, Jon Hamm, when he was on the show previously.
In the video, Hamm does a hilariously accurate impersonation of Ramano. Hamm tells Fallon that he can do an impersonation of Ramano playing golf. He recruits Fallon to make the noise of a missed golf swing, while he gives audiences a rendition of Ramano's iconic nasally voice.
Now, it was Ramano's turn on the show and he said that this impression was a "double insult." Ramano continued to explain that, "Well, he's making fun of my voice and he's making fun of my golf game. I don't hit that many bad shots!"
It looks like a rematch between the two stars is definitely in order. Check out the full interview between Ray Ramano and Jimmy Fallon on YouTube here.
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