Characters: Smallville Meteor Freaks
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Jeremy Creek (Adrian McMorran)
In 1989, he was a victim of bullying. The kryptonite meteor shower put him in a coma. Upon awakening in 2001, he went on a rampage before being stopped by Clark.
Greg Arkin (Chad E. Donella)
A former geek who gained proportionate abilities to insects, using them to attack people. He kidnapped and tried to mate with Lana before being stopped by Clark. In Season 10, he reflects on his life and that of Clark's, declaring that Clark inspired him to be a better person.
Coach Walt Arnold
Coach Walt Arnold (Dan Lauria)
A football coach who was so obsessed with the game that he was willing to do anything
to win, including threatening to kill his players if they lost. Upon gaining fire powers, he used them to further his agenda before being stopped by Clark.
Tina Greer (Lizzy Caplan)
A shapeshifting girl who was obsessed with Lana. She is defeated by Clark twice, dying after her second defeat in Season 2.
Sean Kelvin (Michael Coristine)
A guy who gained ice powers, but a craving for heat as a trade-off. He drained the body heat from others to keep himself alive, before being defeated by Clark.
Cassandra Carver (Jackie Burroughs)
A friendly blind woman who can see people's futures by touching them. She assures Clark that he will make the world a better place. Later, she sees Lex Luthor's future, but it's so horrifying that she dies of shock.
Harry Bollston (George Murdock/Eric Christian Olsen)
A fellow resident of Cassandra Carver's rest home, kindly old Harry is actually a paroled murderer still harboring a grudge against the jurors who convicted him. When a plunge into a pond lined with kryptonite turns out to be a Fountain of Youth
, he takes the opportunity to wreak his vengeance on their descendants.
A girl who used to be fat until she gained a hyper-accelerated metabolism, along with a craving for flesh in the process. After her defeat, Clark takes her to the hospital, where she can hopefully be cured.
Kyle Tippet (Gregory Sporleder)
Bob Rickman (Rick Peters)
Eric Summers (Shawn Ashmore)
Wade Mahaney (Kavan Smith)
Ryan James (Ryan Kelley)
Tyler Randall (Reynaldo Rosales)
Sasha Woodman (Shonda Farr)
Justin Gaines (Adam Brody)
Dr. Steven Hamilton
Dr. Steven Hamilton (Joe Morton)
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Desirée Atkins (Krista Allen)
Ian Randall (Jonathan Taylor Thomas)
- Chronic Backstabbing Disorder: Backstabs his teacher, Lana and Chloe, Van, and eventually tries it on Eric. That last one doesn't end so well.
- Killed Off for Real: Courtesy of Eric Summers.
- A deleted scene had him die in his episode. But it was changed to his double falling to his death instead.
- Me's a Crowd: Can split into two.
- The Sociopath: Gleefully attempts to murder Chloe and Lana at once.
Kyla Willowbrook (Tamara Feldman)
Cyrus Krupp (Jeremy Lelliott)
Emily Dinsmore (Jodelle Ferland)
Seth Nelson (Kevin Zegers)
Jordan Cross (Joseph Cross)
Alicia Baker (Sarah Carter)
A girl with the power to teleport and a serious crush on Clark. She's an antagonist in Season 3, attempting to murder Lana, but returns in Season 4, having reformed. She is murdered by a meteor freak hater shortly after revealing Clark's secret to Chloe; both of these factors cause Chloe to change her stance toward meteor freaks.
- Achilles Heel: She can't teleport if she's touching or surrounded by lead.
- Back for the Dead
- Blondes are Evil: Or at least very Yandere-ish.
- Breakout Character: Was so popular with viewers she was brought back for two episodes in Season 4, and her actions set up a good deal of the show's mythos (by having her reveal Clark's secret to Chloe). Not bad at all for an Original Character.
- Clingy Jealous Girl: She becomes obsessed with Clark, hanging pictures in his locker, scratching out Lana's picture in his yearbook, and redecorating his loft.
- Exact Words: She says she wouldn't tell Clark's secret to anyone as long as she is alive. No, she didn't wait till she is dead...no one said anything about a little demonstration to a very shocked Chloe.
- Femme Fatale: She teleports into Clark's bedroom to kiss him, which is fine because Clark's glad that he has someone to be with who's like him, but then she turns obsessed and decides she's going to have Clark no matter what it takes.
- Forgotten Fallen Friend
- Heel Face Turn
- Killed Off for Real: Courtesy of Tim Westcott.
- Murder the Hypotenuse: Attempts to do this.
- Not Me This Time: When citizens start getting attacked in her final episode.
- Reformed, But Rejected: By Smallville, mostly due to what she'd done to Lana. But post-mortem, at least Chloe, Lois and Clark's parents showed remorse for her.
- Taking the Bullet: Literally does so for Clark to protect his secret.
- Teleporters and Transporters
- Temporary Love Interest
- Unexplained Recovery: Overcomes her insanity.
- Weaksauce Weakness: Her teleportation is blocked by lead.
- Villain Teleportation
- Yandere: She has an expressive face with kind eyes and a bright smile. In the beginning of the episode, she uses her power to protect Clark's powers, but by the end, she tried to stab Lana to death for her past with Clark.
Trent Mac Gowen
Trent MacGowen (James Bell)
Tim Westcott (Derek Hamilton)
- Dishing Out Dirt: Could convert to sand at will.
- Elemental Shapeshifter: Sand.
- Frameup: Frames Alicia Baker for his murders.
- The Fundamentalist: There is a serious religious undertone to most of what Tim talks about.
- In the Blood: Inherited his belief in sin from his dad.
- Knight Templar: Believes that all those who have sinned—no matter how small the infraction—must die. To put it in perspective, he tries to kill Lana and Jason for being in a student/teacher relationship.
- He also believe the meteor shower had corrupted Smallville. It's more or less true.
- Super Strength: He was able to hit Clark across the room.
- You Are What You Hate: Inferred. He has issues with meteor freaks blaming the meteor shower for bringing an evil to Smallville, yet he himself is one which may of caused him serious issues. However, it's never said directly that he acquired his powers from the meteor.
Andrea Rojas/Angel Of Vengeance
Maddie Van Horn
Maddie Van Horn (Emily Hirst)
Tyler Mc Knight
Tyler McKnight (Callum Keith Rennie)
- Ax Crazy: Tyler isn't so much evil as he is very badly unhinged.
- In the Blood: Passed on his glass-breaking powers to his daughter, Maddie.
- Mind Over Matter: Specifically, glass, and oddly, diamond.
Graham Garrett (Alex Scarlis)
Duncan Allenmeyer (Bryce Hodgson)
Linda Lake (Tori Spelling)
Tobias Rice (Greyston Holt)
- Aura Vision: Sees normal people as red figures and meteor freaks as blue figures in a manner similar to infrared imaging.
- Blind Seer: Granted the ability to detect meteor freaks after being blinded.
- Disability Superpower: See above.
- Only Sane Man: One of the very few meteor freaks who hasn't gone crazy and/or homicidal. Although he really isn't in any condition to harm anyone.
- Unwitting Instigator of Doom: Tricked into handing Chloe to Lex's secret lab where she is experimented on and painfully humiliated, and later almost killed.
Daniel Kim (Anthony Shim)
- Mind Over Matter
- Only Sane Man: Exceedly rare as he appears in the same episode with Tobias, making two sane meteor freaks in one episode. Three if counting Chloe. But then, Lex doesn't give him much time until his minions catch up with him in a "car accident". This may have something to do with this episode being directed by Michael Rosenbaum, Lex's actor, who always wanted Lex to be evil. Naturally, he would have to make meteor freaks more sympathetic to make Lex look bad. Also, it seems meteor freaks in general have becomes less psychotic after this episode.
Lowell Wilson (Juan Riedinger)
Davidson (Richard Stroh)
- Ax Crazy: At least, according to Lex.
- Blow You Away: Being an extremely minor character, it is unclear but he appears to restrain Lana with air currents.
Moira Sullivan (Lindsay Bourne/Lynda Carter)
Wes Keenan (Tahmoh Penikett)
Also known as Ares
, model Mark IV. The first synthesized meteor freak created by Lex Luthor
Tempest Drake (Christine Chatelain)
Tyler Crenshaw (Eva Marcille)
Bette San Souci/Plastique
Mary Pierson (Julia Maxwell)
Randy Klein (Tyler Johnston)
Leslie Willis/Livewire (Anna Mae Routledge)
Rudy Jones/Parasite (Brendan Fletcher)