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Richard Olen Sommer II (born February 2, 1978) is an American actor, usually credited as Rich Sommer. His best known film role was as Anne Hathaway`s friend Doug in the 2006 film The Devil Wears Prada. He has appeared in commercials for companies such as Nextel, Sprint and Bud Light. In 2007, he appeared in an episode of Law & Order. He has a regular supporting role on AMC`s television series Mad Men, as Harry Crane, a media buyer who becomes head of the television department in a 1960s Madison Avenue ad agency. He can be seen in ImprovEverywhere`s viral video "Frozen Grand Central". On September 25, 2008, Sommer appeared as a guest star on the television series The Office.
Sommer was born in Toledo, Ohio and raised in Stillwater, Minnesota. He went to college at Concordia College in Moorhead, Minnesota, where he majored in theater and sang in the world renowned Concordia Choir. He studied improv work at the Brave New Workshop in Minneapolis and started an improv group, the Slush Puppies, in Moorhead. He received his MFA in acting from Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio. Sommer returned to the school in 2006 to teach ice-breakers to law students. He lives in Los Angeles with his wife Virginia and their daughter Beatrice. He maintains a blog at Vox, which he began using as a beta tester.
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Richard Olen "Rich" Sommer II (born February 2, 1978) is an American actor best known for his portrayal of Harry Crane on the AMC series Mad Men.
Oakland Junior High School, Stillwater Area High School
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