James Wolk Starring in CBS Drama Zoo
Emmys 2014: Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series -- Our 6 Dream Nominees!
Don’t get us wrong: We noticed Modern Family‘s creative resurgence in Season 5. But unlike Emmy voters, the enduring shine from ABC’s comedy jewel hasn’t blinded us to other worthy comedic performances over the last five years. READ MORE
TVLine's Performer of the Week: Kevin Chapman
A weekly feature in which we spotlight shining stars
THE PERFORMER | Kevin Chapman
THE SHOW | Person of Interest
THE EPISODE | “The Crossing”
THE AIRDATE | November 19, 2013 READ MORE
15 Fresh Faces of Fall TV: Where You've Seen 'Em -- and Which Roles Are Worth Repeat Viewing?
The fall TV season is in full swing, which means that you, the networks and your frenemies at Nielsen are hard at work sorting out the winners (hi there, Season 2 of Sleepy Hollow!) from the losers (adieu, Lucky 7!).
While you work overtime managing your DVR’s series-recording list, though, there’s no doubt that …READ MORE & VIEW PHOTOS
Video: James Wolk Craftily Answers Big Mad Men Question, Offers Up Crazy 'Fake' Scoop
Now that we know who Mad Men‘s Bob Benson is, let’s move on to a more pressing question: Will we ever see the gay interloper again now that his portrayer, James Wolk, is on CBS’ The Crazy Ones?
Sunday on the Emmys red carpet, Wolk addressed the fate of his somewhat polarizing character, and then proceeded to …READ MORE & WATCH VIDEO
Mad Men's Bob Benson: Good Guy, or Some Kind of Spy? View the Evidence and Make the Call
Whether Mad Men‘s Bob Benson is an earnest do-gooder or a nefarious weasel is as contentious a debate as whether to sell margarine based on cost or taste.
Though he’s been on the fringe of the action since his introduction in the Season 6 premiere, the new accounts guy (played by James Wolk) is all Mad fans want to talk about. …READ MORE & VIEW EVIDENCE
Pilot News: James Wolk Signs on to David E. Kelley's CBS Comedy Crazy Ones
Political Animals‘ James Wolk has signed on to be one of the Crazy Ones.
Wolk will play Zach Cropper, a …READ MORE
Meet the Power Players of Political Animals -- Plus, How USA Network Landed the Sexy Series
When prolific TV producer Greg Berlanti started developing a series about Political Animals — first and foremost a former First Lady-turned-Secretary of State (played by Sigourney Weaver) who is trying to get out from under her philandering husband’s shadow — he frankly had no idea where it would ultimately call home. READ MORE & MEET THE CAST
James Wolk Enters Political Fray, Joins USA Network's D.C.-Based Drama Series
Mr. Wolk is going to Washington.