James Wolk may be best known to television audiences for his portrayal of Douglas Hammond in the Golden Globe-nominated miniseries “Political Animals,” opposite Sigourney Weaver. Previously, Wolk received critical acclaim for his starring role in the series “Lone Star” and can most recently be seen on the award-winning series “Mad Men.” Wolk’s additional television credits include "Happy Endings," "Shameless" and the Hallmark Hall of Fame television movie "Front of the Class," on the Network. Wolk’s feature film credits include “You Again,” “There’s Always Woodstock" and "For a Good Time Call," which premiered at the 2012 Sundance Film Festival. His theater credits include the West Coast production of the Tony Award nominated show "Next Fall," at the Geffen Playhouse. A native of Farmington Hills, Mich., Wolk graduated from the University of Michigan’s drama school. Inspired by the subject matter of “Front of the Class,” Wolk is currently on the Board of Directors for the Brad Cohen Tourette’s Foundation and volunteers at Camp Twitch and Shout, a summer camp for children with Tourette’s Syndrome. Currently, Wolk resides in Los Angeles. His birthday is March 22. He can be followed on Twitter @JamesWolk.