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Minnesota-born 'Mad Men' star longs to move back home

Minneapolis native Vincent Kartheiser is keeping himself busy in Los Angeles starring as smarmy advertising executive Pete Campbell in the hit AMC-TV drama "Mad Men," but at some point, he wants to move home. He tells WCCO radio that he wants a Minnesota hideaway "far enough away from my family, and close enough to my family."
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Minneapolis native Vincent Kartheiser is keeping himself busy in Los Angeles starring as smarmy advertising executive Pete Campbell in the hit AMC-TV drama "Mad Men," but at some point, he wants to move home. He tells WCCO radio that he wants a Minnesota hideaway "far enough away from my family, and close enough to my family."

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