‘Smallville’ Turns 15 — See the Original Cast Then and Now (PHOTOS)

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‘Smallville’ Turns 15 — See the Original Cast Then and Now (PHOTOS)

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‘Smallville’ Turns 15 — See the Original Cast Then and Now (PHOTOS)

Believe it or not, as of today, October 16, it has officially been 15 years since Smallville flew onto our TV screens for the first time.

The show, which premiered in 2001 on The WB and ended on The CW in 2011, was a staple for 10 seasons and repeats still play in our hearts to this day.

But stars of the Superman origin story series have moved on from the comic book-inspired project to varying degrees.

Click through the gallery to look back at the stars as they looked around the time the show first hit the small screen and what they look like now.

‘Smallville’ Turns 15 — See the Original Cast Then and Now (PHOTOS)
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Tom Welling

Tom Welling Credit: Scott Gries/Getty Images; John Sciulli/Getty Images

Since playing Clark Kent (a.k.a. Superman himself) on Smallville, Tom Welling has only appeared in three movies — Parkland, Draft Day, and The Choice. He's also finalized a divorce to ex-wife Jamie White, whom he married in 2002.

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Tom Welling

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Since playing Clark Kent (a.k.a. Superman himself) on Smallville, Tom Welling has only appeared in three movies — Parkland, Draft Day, and The Choice. He's also finalized a divorce to ex-wife Jamie White, whom he married in 2002.

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Allison Mack

Allison Mack Credit: Robert Mora/Getty Images; Allison Mack on Instagram

After wrapping up her role as Chloe Sullivan, Allison Mack starred in the film Marilyn and TV shows like Wilfred and American Odyssey. By the looks of her Instagram and Twitter accounts, she’s living a low-key life.

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Allison Mack

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After wrapping up her role as Chloe Sullivan, Allison Mack starred in the film Marilyn and TV shows like Wilfred and American Odyssey. By the looks of her Instagram and Twitter accounts, she’s living a low-key life.

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Kristin Kreuk

Kristin Kreuk Credit: Scott Gries/Getty Images; Monica Schipper/Getty Images

Post-Smallville, Kristin Kreuk moved on from Lana Lang to appear in a slew of movies — Street Fighter: The Legend of Chun-Li, Vampire, Ecstasy, and Space Milkshake. Her TV work includes The CW’s Beauty and the Beast as one half of the titular pair.

Kristin Kreuk

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Post-Smallville, Kristin Kreuk moved on from Lana Lang to appear in a slew of movies — Street Fighter: The Legend of Chun-Li, Vampire, Ecstasy, and Space Milkshake. Her TV work includes The CW’s Beauty and the Beast as one half of the titular pair.

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Michael Rosenbaum

Michael Rosenbaum Credit: David Klein/Getty Images; Vivien Killilea/Getty Images for SiriusXM

After perfectly playing the villainous Lex Luthor, Michael Rosenbaum has lent his voice to a few video games as well as his film and TV work. He's currently starring on TV Land's Impastor.

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Michael Rosenbaum

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After perfectly playing the villainous Lex Luthor, Michael Rosenbaum has lent his voice to a few video games as well as his film and TV work. He's currently starring on TV Land's Impastor.

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Sam Jones III

Sam Jones III Credit: Robert Mora/Getty Images; Noel Vasquez/Getty Images for Hennessy

After bidding the role of Pete Ross farewell, Sam Jones III had a few big projects with ER and Blue Mountain State. Most recently, he appeared in a movie version of the latter titled Blue Mountain State: The Rise of Thadland.

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Sam Jones III

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After bidding the role of Pete Ross farewell, Sam Jones III had a few big projects with ER and Blue Mountain State. Most recently, he appeared in a movie version of the latter titled Blue Mountain State: The Rise of Thadland.

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John Glover

John Glover Credit: Frederick M. Brown/Getty Images; Craig Barritt/Getty Images

After playing Lionel Luthor on the WB/CW series, John Glover — who has been nominated for five Emmys — has had a few roles sprinkled between TV and film. Perhaps his guest starring role on The Good Wife as Jared Andrews is what you might recognize him from most recently.

John Glover

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After playing Lionel Luthor on the WB/CW series, John Glover — who has been nominated for five Emmys — has had a few roles sprinkled between TV and film. Perhaps his guest starring role on The Good Wife as Jared Andrews is what you might recognize him from most recently.

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Annette O’Toole

Annette O’Toole Credit: Vince Bucci/Getty Images; Michael Loccisano/Getty Images For The Writers Guild of America

Rebounding from playing Martha Kent, Annette O'Toole has appeared as a guest on shows like Grey's Anatomy, Battle Creek, and 11.22.63 but it's the Oscar nominee’s role on AMC's Halt and Catch Fire as Susan Emerson that is her biggest post-Smallville gig.

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Annette O’Toole

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Rebounding from playing Martha Kent, Annette O'Toole has appeared as a guest on shows like Grey's Anatomy, Battle Creek, and 11.22.63 but it's the Oscar nominee’s role on AMC's Halt and Catch Fire as Susan Emerson that is her biggest post-Smallville gig.

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John Schneider

John Schneider Credit: Jason Kirk/Getty Images; AdMedia/Splash News

Dukes of Hazzard alum John Schneider played Jonathan Kent on the Kansas-set superhero series and has the biggest résumé of all the people on this list. He's appeared on numerous TV shows and movies after playing Superman's dad — in fact, there's too many to even list.

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John Schneider

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Dukes of Hazzard alum John Schneider played Jonathan Kent on the Kansas-set superhero series and has the biggest résumé of all the people on this list. He's appeared on numerous TV shows and movies after playing Superman's dad — in fact, there's too many to even list.

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Believe it or not, as of today, October 16, it has officially been 15 years since Smallville flew onto our TV screens for the first time.

The show, which premiered in 2001 on The WB and ended on The CW in 2011, was a staple for 10 seasons and repeats still play in our hearts to this day.

But stars of the Superman origin story series have moved on from the comic book-inspired project to varying degrees.

Click through the gallery to look back at the stars as they looked around the time the show first hit the small screen and what they look like now.