TOM WELLING as CLARK KENT
The teenage version of the Man of Steel may not have tights or a cape, but he does have a knack for saving people and a desire to do what's right. Clark is just trying to have a normal life, while dealing with his developing super powers, his love for sweetheart Lana Lang, and his tumultuous friendship with Lex Luthor. With the passing of his father, Jonathan Kent, Clark now finds himself in the role of man of the house, having to look after the farm while trying to discover his Kryptonian destiny. Other acting credits for Tom include guest spots on Undeclared and Judging Amy, and the movie Cheaper By The Dozen with Steve Martin.
KRISTIN KREUK as LANA LANG
Lana Lang is the apple of Clark's eye. Though the two have tried to date, things were complicated by Clark's reluctance to tell her the truth about himself. Lana's parents were killed in the meteor shower which brought Clark to earth, which only added to his feelings of guilt. Lana finally learned the truth about Clark in the show's sixth season, bringing the two closer together at long last... though knowing the secret also put her in greater danger. She was attacked by Brainiac and rendered catatonic in season seven. Upon emerging from her coma, Lana chose to leave Smallville. Other acting credits for Kristin include the Made-For-TV movie Snow White, and the TV series Edgemont.
MICHAEL ROSENBAUM as LEX LUTHOR
Lex's friendship with Clark Kent began the day Lex accidentally hit Clark with his porsche and drove off a bridge, then Clark saved his life by pulling him out of the sinking car. Ever since then, Lex had suspected there was something unique about his friend Clark Kent, and Clark's refusal to share his secrets led to Lex investigating the Kents behind Clark's back. Lex has a dark side that he tries to suppress, which stems from his father's ruthless manipulation. Other acting credits for Michael include the TV series Zoe, Duncan, Jack, and Jane, and the movies Poolhall Junkies and Sorority Boys. He is no stranger to DC superheroes, as he also provided the voice of The Flash on Cartoon Network's Justice League and Justice League Unlimited.
ALLISON MACK as CHLOE SULLIVAN
Chloe has worked her way up from top reporter of the Smallville Torch, her high school newspaper, to working at the prestigious Daily Planet in Metropolis. She is usually the one to get to the bottom of any mystery that Clark may be trying to solve, using her various connections and sources to uncover the truth about the strange happenings in Smallville. She has feelings for Clark, but these feelings constantly go unreturned. Once she learned the secret of Clark's super powers, the two formed a stronger bond, with Chloe's loyal friendship serving as a strong anchor for Clark. Allison Mack's other works include a role on the TV series Hiller and Diller, a guest spot on 7th Heaven, and the movies Camp Nowhere and Honey We Shrunk Ourselves.
ERICA DURANCE as LOIS LANE
Chloe's cousin, and the future woman of Clark's dreams. Lois came to Smallville in season four, looking for answers about her cousin's apparent death. Though she and Clark butted heads, the two were able to work together to find the missing Chloe, and slowly began to develop a mutual respect for each other. Lois first appeared in Crusade, then made several appearances throughout the fourth season. She has since become a series regular. Erica's other acting credits include the movie House of the Dead, though she is credited there as Erica Parker.
JOHN GLOVER as LIONEL LUTHOR
Lex's father is a cold, ruthless businessman who does whatever it takes to get what he wants. He considers Smallville to be a "test" for Lex, to see if he has what it takes to succeed in the business world. After Lex and Chloe discovered that Lionel murdered his own parents, the two joined forces and gathered enough evidence to send Lionel to jail. Even in prison, Lionel remained a very dangerous man, as he still had many resources on the outside. In later seasons, it was revealed that Lionel had known Clark's secret for a long time, and was part of a secret society known as Veritas that had been preparing for Kal-El's arrival from Krypton. Much like Michael Rosenbaum, Mr. Glover is also no stranger to the superhero universe. He provided the voice of the Riddler in Batman: The Animated Series, and played Dr. Jason Woodrue in the movie Batman & Robin.
AARON ASHMORE as JIMMY OLSEN
Cub photographer for the Daily Planet, Jimmy has an on-again, off-again relationship with Chloe Sullivan. He is often jealous of Clark, who he calls "C.K.", mistaking the trusted bond that he and Chloe share over Clark's secret for something more. Aaron previously appeared on the series Veronica Mars. He is the twin brother of X-Men star Shawn Ashmore, who appeared on Smallville as Eric Summers in seasons one and three.
LAURA VANDERVOORT as KARA
Clark's Kryptonian cousin, Kara, was sent to earth during the planet's final days, just as he was. However, she remained in a state of suspended animation for years following her arrival, and expected to find Kal-El still a baby when she awoke. Clark now finds himself having to teach Kara about earth and help her to conceal her powers, which she seems all to eager to use freely. Ms. Vandervoort has also appeared on CSI, as well as an episode of Mutant X, which co-starred Lois & Clark's version of Lex Luthor, actor John Shea.
JOHN SCHNEIDER as JONATHAN KENT
Clark's father was a hard working farmer who was always looking out for his son. He had a lot of respect for Clark, but was often worried that the boy would accidentally reveal his powers. Jonathan had a lot of wisdom that he shared with his son, and tried to instill values in him. In the third season, Jonathan struck a deal with Jor-El, Clark's Kryptonian father, in order to bring Clark back from Metropolis. As a result of this deal, Jonathan's health deteriorated. In the fifth season episode "Reckoning", Jonathan suffered a heart attack and died. Mr. Schneider is most famous for his role as Bo Duke on The Dukes of Hazzard.
ANNETTE O'TOOLE as MARTHA KENT
Martha is also a source of wisdom for Clark, and she tries to help steer him in the right direction. She often found herself having to play peacekeeper between Jonathan and Clark when their egos would clash, as both men couldbe rather stubborn. She is the type of person who wants to help whenever she can, and that is certainly an influence on the future Superman. At the end of season six, Martha left Smallville to move to Washington DC as a Kansas state senator. Ms. O'Toole, ironically, played Lana Lang in the movie Superman III.
Some other faces that have popped up around Smallville.
JUSTIN HARTLEY as OLIVER QUEEN
A crusading millionaire who lost his parents at a young age, Oliver is the CEO of Queen Industries... he is also the mysterious vigilante known as Green Arrow. He came to Metropolis to investigate Lex Luthor's "Level 33.1" experiments, which were being conducted on super powered individuals. Since then, he has formed an early version of the Justice League with Arthur Curry, Victor Stone and Bart Allen. He hopes that Clark will ultimately join the League. Hartley also played Aquaman in a pilot episode for a spin-off series, but the pilot was unfortunately never picked up by the CW network.
KYLE GALLNER as BART ALLEN
A teen with super speed, Bart Allen is actually faster even than Clark himself. Originally, Bart used his powers for personal gain by stealing things. However, it was Clark who helped instill a sense of right and wrong in Bart that led to him changing his ways. Bart has also used the aliases Jay Garrick, Wally West and Barry Allen. He first appeared in the fourth season episode "Run," and later returned in the sixth season episode "Justice" as part of Oliver Queen's Justice League, using the code name Impulse.
ALAN RITCHSON as ARTHUR CURRY
Arthur Curry, or "A.C." as he is known, butted heads with Lex Luthor over LuthorCorp's underwater weapons experiments. A.C., the future Aquaman, has enhanced strength and speed under the water, but becomes weakened when he is out of his element for too long. A.C. first appeared in the fifth season episode "Aqua," then returned for "Justice" in season six. Ritchson was a contestant on American Idol in the show's third season.
LEE THOMPSON YOUNG as VICTOR STONE
Victor Stone died in a car accident, but was rebuilt as a cyborg by Cyntechnics Labs. His new bionic body gives him enhanced strength, but his new life comes with a price... he is afraid to reconnect with his girlfriend Katherine now that he is half-man, half-machine. He first appeared in "Cyborg" in season five, then returned in "Justice" in season six. Lee Thompson Young previously starred in the series "The Famous Jett Jackson."
JAMES MARSTERS as BRAINIAC
The Brain Interactive Construct, or Brainiac, is an artificial intelligence from the planet Krypton. It took a humanoid form upon arriving on earth, temporarily posing as Metropolis University professor Milton Fine in order to gain Clark's trust. His plan was to free General Zod from the Phantom Zone and turn earth into a new Krypton. Though Brainiac has been apparently destroyed on multiple occasions, he has always found a way to regenrate himself. Brainiac/Milton Fine is played by James Marsters, well known to sci-fi fans as Spike from Buffy The Vampire Slayer.
PHIL MORRIS as J'ONN J'ONZZ
Just as Clark is the last survivor of Krypton, J'onn J'onzz is the last survivor of the planet Mars. An old friend of Jor-El's, J'onn was entrusted with the task of watching over Kal-El on Earth, and occasionally appears to guide him in his journey. Though the character first appeared in the episode "Static," he was seen only in shadow, and was not actually played by Morris until the episode "Labyrinth." Phil Morris had previously appeared as lawyer Jackie Chiles on Seinfeld.
JENSEN ACKLES as JASON TEAGUE
Lana met Jason Teague in Paris, and the two quickly fell in love. Jason returned to Smallville with her and was hired as the Smallville High football coach. In reality, however, he was helping his mother, Genevieve, acquire some mysterious Kryptonian stones that would grant her magical powers. Lana, it seems, was descended from a Countess with a connection to the stones. Jason died in the second meteor shower to hit Smallville at the end of season four. Jensen has since gone on to star in the popular CW series Supernatural.
JAYNE SEYMOUR as GENEVIEVE TEAGUE
Jason Teague's mother, Genevieve sought to acquire the power of the Kryptonian crystals. She has some history with Lionel Luthor, and it was she who arranged to have him released from prison. Genevieve was killed by Lana Lang, who was at the time possessed by the spirit of Countess Isobel Theroux. Ms. Seymour is well known for her years playing Dr. Quinn: Medicine Woman, and was a close friend of Christopher Reeve.
CHRISTOPHER REEVE as DR. VIRGIL SWANN
Dr. Swann was a scientist who decoded a message sent out from the dying planet Krypton, and contacted Clark to tell him where he really came from. It was Swann who first told Clark that his real name was Kal-El. Dr. Swann appeared in Rosetta in the second season, and Legacy in the third season. Swann was played by Christopher Reeve, the man who was famous for playing Superman on the big screen in the movies of the 70's and 80's. Following Mr. Reeve's real life death, his character was written out of the series... the fourth season episode Sacred revealed that Dr. Swann had died.
MARGOT KIDDER as BRIDGETTE CROSBY
Dr. Crosby, an emissary to Dr. Virgil Swann, provided Martha with black kryptonite in order to return Clark to normal after being controlled by Jor-El. Her true motivations were unclear, as she also acquired a Kryptonian artifact that had been in the possession of Lionel Luthor while in prison. Dr. Crosby appeared in Crusade and Transference. In the episode Spirit, it was revealed that Dr. Crosby had been killed, presumably by the Teagues. Dr. Crosby was played by Margot Kidder, who is most well known for playing Lois Lane in the Superman movies with Christopher Reeve.
DEAN CAIN as DR. CURTIS KNOX
The immortal Knox has been alive for centuries, working with and even influencing such historical figures as Alexander the Great and Napoleon Bonaparte. In the present day, he concoted a brutal scheme to harvest the internal organs of the meteor infected in order to extend the life of his dying wife. Some fans speculated that Knox is actually the character Vandal Savage from the comics, because they share a similar history. Knox is played by Dean Cain, who played Clark Kent/Superman for four years on Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman.
ERIC JOHNSON as WHITNEY FORDMAN
Whitney was Lana's former boyfriend, and the star quarterback of the Smallville football team. A rival for Lana's attention and a regular member of the cast in the first season, Whitney left to join the Marines in the season finale. In the second season episode Visage, it was revealed that Whitney had died in combat in Indonesia. Eric reprised his role as Whitney in a flashback scene in the fourth season episode Facade. Eric Johnson's other credits include Legends of the Fall and Texas Rangers.
SAM JONES III as PETE ROSS
Pete was one of Clark's best friends, the the first one he ever entrusted with the secret of his abilities. This knowledge came with a price, however, and Pete often found himself in the face of danger while trying to protect the secret. After being kidnapped and beaten by a rogue FBI agent, Pete felt it was not safe for him to stay in Smallville, and he moved to Wichita with his mom in the third season episode Forsaken. Sam's other credits include Zigzag and an episode of The Nightmare Room.
SARAH-JANE REDMOND as AUNT NELL
Lana's aunt adopted her when Lana's parents were killed in the meteor shower. Lana and Nell don't always get along very well. Also, she and Jonathan Kent used to date in their younger years. She used to own a flower shop, but has since moved to Metropolis with her boyfriend, Dean. Ms. Redmond has also appeared in Dark Angel and See Spot Run.
TOM O'BRIEN as ROGER NIXON
Nixon was a reporter for a Metropolis tabloid, who once made the mistake of trying to blackmail Lex Luthor. In retaliation, Lex threatened to ruin Nixon's life unless he backed off. Though they eventually came to an agreement where Nixon was working for Lex, the two never really trusted each other. Nixon actually discovered Clark's spaceship in the Kent storm cellar, and threatened to expose Clark's secret. He was shot and killed by Lex Luthor while Nixon was attempting to kill Jonathan Kent. Nixon appeared in X-Ray, Leech, Obscura and Tempest in the first season, and Vortex in the second season. Mr. O'Brien can also be seen in The Astronaut's Wife and Soldier.
KELLY BROOK as VICTORIA HARDWICK
Victoria was the daughter of Sir Harry Hardwick, a business rival of Lionel Luthor. A former girlfriend of Lex's, they once conspired to take over their father's companies. Victoria appeared in a four episode storyline that included Rogue, Shimmer, Hug, and Leech. Miss Brook's other credits include the movie Sorted and the TV series The Big Breakfast.
JOE MORTON as DR. HAMILTON
Dr. Hamilton was a scientist hired by Lex to study the effects of the meteor rocks on humans. After discovering Clark's spaceship in Pete Ross's shed, he kidnapped and tortured Pete in an attempt to get information about Clark. Hamilton died due to complications from overexposure to the meteor rocks. He appeared in Craving, Nicodemus, and Obscura in the first season, and Duplicity in the second season. Joe Morton can also be seen in Terminator 2: Judgement Day and What Lies Beneath.
HIRO KANAGAWA as PRINCIPAL KWAN
Smallville High's strict principal often came into conflict with the students, particularly Chloe. He once fired Chloe from her position as editor of the Smallville Torch because of her stories about the meteor rocks. He later reinstated Chloe, but under much more stringant guidelines. Kwan was murdered by a student who believed that he was involved in a hit and run that cost the student the use of his hands. Episodes with Principal Kwan include Hothead, Rogue, Nicodemus, Drone, and Crush. Mr. Kanagwa has also appeared in Best In Show and Josie and the Pussycats.
CAMERON DYE as SAM PHALEN
Phalen was a corrupt cop from Metropolis who learned Clark's secret, and used it for his own personal gain. He was formerly on Lionel's payroll, instructed to cover up any trouble Lex got into in Metropolis, and was involved in covering up a shooting at Club Zero that Lex was involved in. Phalen appeared in Rogue and Zero. Cameron Dye's previous acting credits include The Apocalypse, The Tavern, and guest appearances on Frasier and JAG.
JASON CONNERY as DOMINIC SENATORI
Dominic is one of Lionel's lackeys, who is often sent to Smallville to check up on Lex. Dominic appears in Hothead and Reaper in the first season, and Suspect in the second season. Jason Connery has also appeared in Shanghai Noon, Urban Ghost Story, and in a voice role on Mary-Kate and Ashley In Action.
PATRICK CASSIDY as HENRY SMALL
In going through some of her mother's belongings, Lana came across a photograph of her mom and another man. She soon learned that her parents had split up for awhile before she was born, and that her actual biological father was not who she thought it was. Henry Small, who is a descendant of Smallville's founders, is actually Lana's true dad. Henry Small appeared in the second season episodes Lineage, Skinwalker, Insurgence, Suspect and Witness. No stranger to the Superman mythos, Mr. Cassidy also played Leslie Luckabee on the ABC series Lois & Clark!
RYAN KELLEY as RYAN JAMES
Ryan was a runaway boy who was taken in by the Kents for a short time. Ryan had telepathic abilities that allowed him to read people's minds, which his stepfather was trying to exploit for criminal purposes. Ryan and Clark became like brothers to one another, as they both found someone who they could share their secrets with. Ryan appeared in Stray in the first season and Ryan in the second season. Ryan Kelley has also appeared in the movies Stray Dogs and Stolen Summer.
LIZZY CAPLAN as TINA GREER
Tina became obsessed with Lana Lang in high school. Granted incredible shape changing abilities during the meteor shower, Tina could make herself look like anyone she wanted, and used these gifts to try to take over Lana's life. She appears in X-Ray in the first season, and Visage in the second season. Miss Caplan has also had roles on TV's Freaks and Geeks and Once and Again, as well as the movies Mean Girls and Cloverfield.
MITCHELL KOSTERMAN as SHERIFF ETHAN
Sheriff Ethan usually arrived just after Clark had already saved the day. He and Jonathan were old high school buddies, though Ethan was forced to arrest both Jonathan and Clark on separate occasions. Unfortunately, Ethan ended up on the wrong side of the law in the end, when he tried to kill Lionel Luthor after Lionel blackmailed him. Ethan appeared in many episodes in the first and second seasons, most noteworthy are Zero, Heat, Lineage, Ryan and Suspect. Mitchell Kosterman is no stranger to the role of law enforcement. He's also played sheriffs on The X-Files, Millenium, Night Visions and UC: Undercover, to name a few.
CAMILLE MITCHELL as SHERIFF NANCY ADAMS
The new law in town after Sheriff Ethan was arrested. Sheriff Adams was not as easy on Clark as Ethan was, and her mistrust of the boy often made it much more difficult for him to do what he needed to do to save the day. Sheriff Adams first appeared in the second season episode Precipice. She was killed in the episode Lockdown in season five.
EMMANUELLE VAUGIER as DR. HELEN BRYCE
Lex Luthor met Dr. Helen Bryce at an anger management class after he attacked a meter maid's car with a golf club. The doctor herself was there for "drop kicking an orderly." What Lex didn't remember was that Helen once took care of him in Metropolis after a drunken binge that left him in the hospital. The two developed feelings for one another, and eventually married. However, Helen's fate is currently unknown, disappearing after an attempt to kill Lex in a plane crash. Dr. Bryce first appeared in the second season episode Dichotic, and went on to appear in Visage, Fever, Precipice , Calling, Exodus, Exile, and Phoenix. Miss Vaugier has also appeared on the series One Tree Hill and the movie 40 Days and 40 Nights.
RUTGER HAUER as MORGAN EDGE
Morgan Edge was a crime boss who crossed paths with Clark while he was under the influence of red kryptonite in Metropolis. Edge hired Clark to steal something from Lionel Luthor's vault. Lionel and Edge were friends in their younger days, and together they conspired to murder Lionel's parents. Edge appeared in the episodes Exile and Phoenix, before being seemingly killed off. He returned in Shattered, but was played by Patrick Bergen instead of Hauer. Among Rutger Hauer's other credits are Confessions of a Dangerous Mind, Partners in Crime, and an episode of the TV series Alias.
MICHAEL MCKEAN as PERRY WHITE
When Clark saved the life of TV tabloid journalist Perry White, the man who would one day be his boss at The Daily Planet, he became the subject of Perry's next show. Clark had to convince Perry that he doesn't have any special abilities, he's just a normal kid. Perry appeared in the third season episode, Perry. Michael McKean is the husband of Annette O'Toole, who plays Martha Kent.
ADRIANNE PALICKI as "KARA"
Before the arrival of the real Kara, this mysterious visitor, claiming to be from Krypton, showed up in Smallville to try to bring Clark back to Krypton through a passage in the cave wall. She turned out to be not from Krypton at all, but instead a puppet of Jor-El. Kara appeared in the third season finale, Covenant.
MICHAEL IRONSIDE as SAM LANE
Lois's father is the gruff and tough General Sam Lane. He and Lex Luthor arranged for Chloe's temporary disappearane in order to keep her safe from Lionel Luthor. General Lane appeared in Gone and Facade in the fourth season. Michael Ironside also supplied the voice of Darkseid on Superman The Animated Series and Justice League.
HELEN SLATER as LARA
One of Clark's earliest memories was being placed into the ship that brought him to earth by his birth-mother, Lara. Fans finally got to see Lara in the show's seventh season, when they learned that she had visited earth before ever sending the infant Kal-El to the Kent Farm. Lara appeared in two episodes, "Lara" and "Blue." She was played by Helen Slater, who had previously played Supergirl in the 1984 movie.
TERENCE STAMP as THE VOICE OF JOR-EL
Though his face is never seen, Terence Stamp provides Jor-El's voice whenever he speaks to his son through the space ship, the Kawache caves, or the Fortress of Solitude. Stamp has another well-known tie to the Superman mythology... he played General Zod in Superman II.
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