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Characters who are shown at different times of their live may be portrayed by different actors.
Characters portrayed by at least two different actors are (in the order of their first chronological appearance):
|Lex Luthor||as a child||Matthew Munn|| 1x01 Pilot|
|as a child||Wayne Dalglish||3x19 Memoria|
|as a child||Connor Stanhope|| 7x12 Fracture|
|as a teenager||Lucas Grabeel||6x05 Reunion|
|in the main timeline||Michael Rosenbaum|| Season One to|
10x22 Finale, Part 2
|in the main timeline||Kevin Miller||Season Eight|
|in the main timeline as a reflexion in Oliver's mind||Ayron Howey||9x04 Echo|
|in the main timeline as Lex's clone LX-13||Mackenzie Gray||10x01 Lazarus|
|Lana Lang||as a child||Jade Unterman|| 1x01 Pilot|
|in the main timeline||Kristin Kreuk|| Season One to|
|Clark Kent||as a baby||uncredited|| 3x19 Memoria|
|as a child||Malkolm Alburquenque|| 1x01 Pilot|
|as a teenager in Chloe's memory||Jackson Warris||8x09 Abyss|
|in the main timeline||Tom Welling|| Season One to|
|Clark's counterpart in an alternate timeline in which Kal-El never arrived on Earth||Brett Dier||7x18 Apocalypse|
|Chloe Sullivan||as a child||Roan Curtis||6x18 Progeny|
|as a teenager in her memory||Victoria Duffield||8x09 Abyss|
|in the main timeline||Allison Mack|| Season One to|
|Jason Teague||as a child||Owen Best||7x15 Veritas|
|in the main timeline||Jensen Ackles||Season Four|
|Moira Sullivan||in Chloe's nightmare||Lindsay Bourne||4x10 Scare|
|in Chloe's nightmare||Allison Mack||4x10 Scare|
|in the main timeline||Lynda Carter||6x18 Progeny|
|Oliver Queen||as a child||Luke Gair||7x15 Veritas|
|as a teenager||Ryan Overton||6x05 Reunion|
|in the main timeline||Justin Hartley|| Season Six to|
|Alden||as a teenager||Devin Douglas Drewitz||6x05 Reunion|
|in the main timeline||Sebastian Gacki||6x05 Reunion|
|Geoffrey||as a teenager||Reece Thompson||6x05 Reunion|
|in the main timeline||Clifton Murray||6x05 Reunion|
|Duncan Allenmeyer||as a teenager||Bryce Hodgson||6x05 Reunion|
|in the main timeline||Damon Schwabach-Morris||6x05 Reunion|
|Patricia Swann||as a child||Conner Dwelly||7x15 Veritas|
|in the main timeline||Gina Holden||7x14 Traveler|
|Tess Mercer||as a child||Leigh Bourke||10x8 Abandoned|
|in the main timeline||Cassidy Freeman|| Season Eight to|
|Davis Bloome||as a child||Alex Ferris||8x18 Eternal|
|in his human shape||Sam Witwer||Season Eight|
|in his monster shape||Dario Delacio||Season Eight|
|James Bartholomew Olsen||as a school boy at Jimmy's funeral||Ryan Harder||8x22 Doomsday|
|as a photographer at the Daily Planet||Aaron Ashmore||10x22 Finale, Part 2|
|Alec Abrams||as a young boy||Owen Best||9x12 Warrior|
|as Stephen Swift||Carlo Marks||9x12 Warrior|
|Conner Kent||in the main timeline as a child (called Alexander Luthor)||Jakob Davies|| 10x01 Lazarus|
|as a child (called Alexander Luthor)||Connor Stanhope||10x06 Harvest|
|in the main timeline as a teenager||Lucas Grabeel|| 10x13 Beacon|
- Some characters using others as a Kryptonian vessel are portrayed by the actor of the vessel, for example Zod who generally is portrayed by Callum Blue, is portrayed by Michael Rosenbaum in the episodes Vessel and Zod where he uses Lex as a vessel. Further examples are Lois as a vessel for Faora in Bloodline and Chloe as a vessel for Brainiac in Legion.
- There are other ways in which a character may be possessed by another one. In Spell, for example, Madelyn Hibbins and Brianna Withridge are portrayed by Allison Mack and Erica Durance while they take possession of Chloe and Lois. On the other hand, Margaret Isobel Thoreaux is not only portrayed by Kristin Kreuk while she takes possession of Lana, but also in the scenes of her original life in the 17th century. Other examples of characters possessing others are Dawn Stiles in Spirit and Gretchen Winters in Tomb who possess different other characters one after the other and are then portrayed by the actor of the possessed character, respectively.
- Shapeshifters who can assume the shape of another character are also portrayed by the actor of the character into the shape of which they transform. Tina Greer, for example, who generally is portrayed by Lizzy Caplan, is portrayed by Eric Johnson in Visage while she has assumed the shape of Whitney Fordman.
- In Season Four's episode Transference, Clark and Lionel switch bodies, meaning that Clark is portrayed by John Glover and Lionel by Tom Welling.