In this undated photo released by TNT, actors, Moon Bloodgood, left, and Noah Wyle, appear in a scene from TNT’s “Falling Skies” Season Finale – Part 1: “Mutiny.” Wyle is confronting an alien invasion, the death of his wife and the potential annihilation of the human species in the new season of “Falling Skies,” which debuts Sunday, June 17, 2012, 9-11 p.m. EDT on TNT. (AP Photo/TNT, Ken Woroner)
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Noah Wyle is confronting an alien invasion, the death of his wife and the potential annihilation of the human species in “Falling Skies.”
But he had to face a more personal issue in tackling the role of history professor Tom Mason in TNT’s sci-fi series, returning 9-11 p.m. EDT Sunday for season two: Wyle, 41, has become an elder statesman, relatively speaking.
“I’m Anthony Edwards,” said Wyle, referring to the “ER” co-star who’s got eight years on him and boasted more credits when they started on the medical drama in 1994. “I’m the guy who’s been around a little longer and has a little more set savvy.”
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