HENRY CAVILL (Clark Kent/Kal-El) has made an impact on both the big and small screens.
Born in the United Kingdom, he made his feature film debut in Kevin Reynolds' "The Count of Monte Cristo." He went on to star in Reynolds' romance "Tristan + Isolde," with James Franco and Sophia Myles, and in Matthew Vaughn's fantasy adventure "Stardust," alongside Claire Danes, Michelle Pfeiffer and Robert De Niro.
Cavill next starred in director Woody Allen's comedy "Whatever Works," and, most recently, in the mythological actioner "Immortals," under the direction of Tarsem Singh.
On television, Cavill starred on the popular Showtime series "The Tudors" for four seasons.