By Dan Heching For Dailymail. It's been nearly a decade since he portrayed a young version of earth's original superhero, but he is now slated to revisit the role. It is unclear exactly how Tom will figure in the action, but it will indeed shed light on where his version or, universe of Clark ends up eight years after the Smallville conclusion. Simply put, there would be no Arrow, and no Arrowverse, without it,' crossover executive producer Marc Guggenheim released in a statement. In the interim since the end of Smallville, Welling has appeared in the films The Choice and Draft Day, and on the series Lucifer among other titles.
Tom Welling will reprise his role as Smallville's Clark Kent on The CW’s Arrowverse crossover
By Brian Gallagher For Dailymail. Just days after becoming a dad for the first time, Tom Welling shows the love he has for his son with a new photo. The Smallville star took to Instagram to share the first photo of him with his newborn son Thomson Wylde, born on January 5. The year-old actor captioned the snap with the hashtag ' love', likely the first shot of many with father and son together. Father and son: Tom Welling shared the first pic of him and son Thomson Wylde on social media. While there is no wedding date set at this time, the happy couple announced in early November they were expecting their first child. Lee, 31, shared the first baby photo on Instagram back on Monday, two days after the child was born. Welling was previously married to model Jamie White from to , when White filed for divorce. Welling was discovered by a camera scout at a party in Nantucket, which prompted him to give modeling a shot.
I get it - he's dedicated years of his life to his craft and he has one chance to roll the dice. Children thrive on clarity and consistency. She cried when you proclaimed your love of goodness because, in part, it was a sign that you weren't broken and desperate for Mormonism.
Now that I am trying to MCAT study for at least 2 hours a day the pressure to find time together is really high. One small thing to add here. I've never understood that bit of the LDS culture.