James Wolk balances daddy duty with saving humanity on 'Zoo'NEW YORK (AP) — In real life, actor James Wolk is a new dad enjoying fatherhood and family time, but on the CBS summer drama "Zoo," he's trying to save the human race from mutant animal hybrids.A cure to tame the wild animals attacking humans in the first two seasons has been found, but it has sterilized the human race.Wolk's character, Jackson, a zoologist, is trying to help people escape the area.[...] my character, Jackson, is on the West Coast of the United States where these hybrid animals, you know, these kind of 'Jurassic Park' lab-made creatures, have taken over and the West Coast of the United States is really like it's kind of apocalyptic.When you meet Jackson in season three, he isn't really that wide-eyed boy we met in season one, he's more of a man, he's a little bit more hardened by life, and that was really fun to play, too; I mean that was the cool thing about the 10-year reset.
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