Tom Welling
Thu, Oct 10, 2002 12:59 PM PDT

LOS ANGELES ( – Film and stage actor Patrick Cassidy, son of Shirley Jones and the late Jack Cassidy (and brother of ex-teen idol and current producer of “The Agency” Shaun Cassidy) is joining the cast of The WB’s Tuesday-night hit “Smallville” in the recurring role of Henry Small.Kristen Kreuk

The character is introduced in an episode called “Lineage,” airing Tuesday, Nov. 5. While Small’s exact significance in the plot is being kept secret, he is connected in some way to Lana Lang (Kristin Kreuk).
While Cassidy does not appear until “Lineage,” the storyline involving Small is introduced in the previous episode, “Redux.”William B. Davis
It has also been confirmed that William B. Davis, who played the nefarious Cigarette-Smoking Man on “The X-Files,” appears in the Nov. 12 episode of “Smallville,” called “Ryan.” He plays Smallville’s corrupt Mayor Tate, who goes head-to-head with Lex Luthor (Michael Rosenbaum).

Davis also appears as a priest in the new TV-movie “Clive Barker’s Saint Sinner,” airing Saturday, Oct. 26 on Sci Fi Channel, and has a recurring role as a hospital-morgue pathologist in Pax’s medical comedy-drama “Body & Soul.”

Last, but not least, former “Home Improvement” star Jonathan Taylor Thomas appears in the Tuesday, Nov. 19, episode, called “Dichotic.”Jonathan Taylor Thomas
He plays Ian, an overachiever in school who juggles Lana and Chloe Sullivan (Allison Mack) — without either of them knowing — which makes Clark Kent (Tom Welling) suspicious of his motives. Clark winds up accused of jealousy, but he’s right to wonder if Ian hides a dark secret.

Source: Zap2It
Author: Kate O’Hare

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