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He also had small roles on Undeclared and Special Unit 2.Landing the Part: Tom went through the typical long audition process before landing the role of Clark Kent. "I went to the final screen test between me and another fellow," Tom recalls. studio, and I stopped in a gas station to call my manager and tell him how it went.I called and get him on the phone and he said, 'Can you hold on a second?' Next thing I know, there are literally seven people on the other line and almost in unison they say, 'Tom, you got it!If you thought work-from-home companies were just running scams, it turns out there are plenty of authentic and reliable ways to make money by working from home.Christine Durst, cofounder of Rat Race and consultant to the FBI on internet scam issues tells us, "There is currently a 61-to-1 scam ratio among work-at-home job leads on the internet—that is, for every legitimate job, there are 61 scams." But, there are a lot of opportunities for a "real job." The secret is knowing how to separate the scams from what's legit."If I was invincible, maybe I would take up some extreme sports," says Tom.
(Speaking of parents, the role of Clark's mom, Martha, was recast after the show was picked up."He's unable to go with his buddies and be like, 'You know, I can't hurt myself. Let's go to the top of that building and jump off.'" Clark's inability to share his gifts with his friends makes him feel pretty lonely."That's really what the show is about: Him finding out who he is and what he's here for.We guess x-ray vision and super speed aren't all their cracked up to be.Daddy Duke: Tom's TV dad, Jonathan Kent, is played by former Dukes of Hazzard star John Schneider.