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World War Z | Character Map

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The investigator Globe-trotting American interviewer; on United Nations assignment Willing interviewee Gracious interviewee Reluctant interviewee Suspicious interviewee Personable interviewee Humble interviewee Saladin Kader Anti-Israeli refugee; finds refuge in Israel Dr. Kwang Jingshu Veteran Chinese doctor; treats "patient zero" Tomonaga Ijiro Blind survivor of Hiroshima; teaches others to protect Japan Maria Zhuganova Russian soldier; loyal to her nation, but perhaps not to its leaders Todd Wainio U.S. Army infantryman; fights zombies from coast to coast Paul Redeker Controversial mastermind of drastic plan to quarantine the infection
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