Jim Fowler, American zoologist and television host, Died at 87

Jim Fowler was born on April 9, 1932, in Albany, Georgia, and died on May 9, 2019.

He was an American professional zoologist and host of the Emmy Award-winning television show Mutual of Omaha’s the Wild Kingdom.

He grew up in the town of Falls Church, Virginia exploring all things in nature in the stream valley of Four Mile Run near his family home.

During 1947, Fowler graduated from Westtown School, a Quaker college prep school in Chester County, Pennsylvania.

He initially filled in as the co-host of the Wild Kingdom with Marlin Perkins, and afterward turned into the principle have in 1986.

While Fowler was filling in as host of Wild Kingdom, he got four separate Emmy grants and support by the National PTA for family seeing.

He was the official natural life reporter for NBC’s The Today Show since 1988 and furthermore routinely observed on The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson, showing up altogether as he expedited different untamed life creatures the show.

During 1997, Fowler joined Discovery Communication’s Animal Planet as a natural life master and later propelled the TV program Jim Fowler’s Life in the Wild in 2000.

Jim Fowler passed away at 87 years old.