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And when thinking about what he wanted his next role to be, Welling turned to that team.
That’s when a very unexpected — and, truthfully, unwanted — prospect came about.“They said, ‘Why don't you use your television company and create a show that you actually want to be in? “Honestly, if someone had said that to me a month earlier, I probably would have said, ‘No, I don't want to do TV again.’ It was something I was completely against.
And it also served as early exposure for guest stars Amy Adams, Ian Somerhalder, Lizzy Caplan, Cory Monteith, Cobie Smulders, and Tyler Posey.
Welling, however, is the only actor to have appeared in every single episode of the show — a Herculean task given the grueling production that often included groundbreaking and, therefore, labor-intensive visual effects.
But it needed to happen.”When Welling emerged from his self-imposed six-month isolation, he had two goals: “I wanted to play a human and I wanted to be a part of a film whose theme was bigger than whatever character I was playing,” he said.
Over the course of its 10-year run, Smallville — The WB, and later The CW, drama about a young Clark Kent — produced more than 200 emotion- and action-packed episodes.
The series introduced the world to stars Tom Welling (who played Clark Kent), Kristin Kreuk (who played Lana Lang), Michael Rosenbaum (who played Lex Luthor), and Allison Mack (who played Chloe Sullivan).
“Emotionally, I can't even think about what I'm going to do if Section 13 doesn't go, but I also can't even think about what I'm going to do if it goes,” he said, seemingly genuinely nervous about both options.
“There's just so many unknowns.”If Section 13 does go to series, the Tom Welling who would return to television is a much different Tom Welling than the one who first met viewers in September 2001.