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The star of the Superman movies from 1978 to 1987 played Dr. Virgil Swann, a founding member of the Veritas Society, which was formed to protect the Traveler (aka Clark Kent).
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The actress, who portrayed Lois Lane on the ABC series Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman (1993-97), took on the role of Ella Lane, Lois' mother.
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Lois Lane in the Reeve films between 1978 and ‘87, she played Dr. Bridgette Crosby, assistant to Dr. Swann and member of the Veritas Society.
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The title character in the 1984 movieSupergirl, she portrayed Lara-El, Clark's birth mother.
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Clark Kent to Teri Hatcher’s Lois in Lois & Clark, he took on the role of Dr. Curtis Knox, an immortal doctor who was harvesting Kryptonite-infected body parts from meteor freaks.
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The Vampire Diaries star filled the part of Lucas Luthor, Lionel Luthor's illegitimate child, who helped Lex expose Lionel.
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The Vampire Diaries and Lost star played Adam Knight, a resurrected teenager sent by Lionel Luthor to spy on Lana and Clark.
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TV’s Wonder Woman in the 1970s played Chloe’s mother Moira, who had the ability to control other meteor-infected people.
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Brian Austin Green
The 90210 star played John Corbin, who, after being run down by a bus, was built into Clark's nemesis, Metallo.
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The 90210 star played Linda Lake, a Daily Planet gossip columnist hell-bent on exposing Clark Kent as the Blur.
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Before starring on Lost, the actress appeared in three different episodes, including the Season 1 episode "Kinetic," in which she was Wade's girlfriend.
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Best known for his role on Buffy, he played Professor Milton Fine, who turned out to be Brainiac, the Kryptonian artificial intelligence who was corrupted by General Zod.
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The Star Wars actress played Pauline Kahn, the Daily Planet editor-in-chief, who initially denied Chloe a job there.
14 of 25 David Gray/The WB
Before starring on Supernatural, he played Jason Teague, Lana's boyfriend who was on the hunt for the Stones of Power.
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The Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman star played Genevieve Teague, mother to Jason, and a descendent of Duchess Gertrude, whom Margaret Isobel Thoreaux, the countess who possessed Lana, was destined to murder.
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The Dukes of Hazzard brothers reunited when Wopat played Jack Jennings, a Kansas state senator and old friend of Jonathan's.
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The Enchanted star played Jodi Melville, an overweight teenager who quickly shed her pounds by drinking a power shake with meteor rock-infected vegetables.
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The 7th Heaven star played Zan of the Wonder Twins, who were the Blur's groupies.
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The OC star portrayed Geoff Johns, a meteor freak with the power to paralyze people, like Lois Lane, whom he kidnapped.
20 of 25 Michael Courtney/The CW
The blaxploitation actress played Agent Amanda Waller, the manipulative head of Checkmate.
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The actor, best known for his role in Stargate SG-1, played Hawkman, the leader of the Justice Society of America.
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The star of A Room with a View portrayed the clone of Jor-El in Season 9. Terence Stamp, who played General Zod in the first two Superman films, provides the voice of Jor-El in the Fortress of Solitude.
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The real-life husband of Smallville's Annette O'Toole, who also starred in This Is Spinal Tap, played Perry White, the eventual Editor-in-Chief of The Daily Planet.
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Michael Ironside and Peyton List
Ironside, who coincidentally provided the voice of Darkseid in Superman: The Animated Series, portrayed Lois' father, General Lane, while FlashForward's List played her sister, Lucy.
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The Battlestar Galactica star played Slade Wilson, the General who enforced the Vigilante Registration Act and tried to enslave the heroes.