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Jonathan Kent is the husband of Martha Kent and the adoptive father of Superman, also known as Clark Kent. When the Kents found him as a baby inside of a strange rocket crashed to Earth, they raised him as their son. Much later they learned he was the last surviving member of an alien race; when the planet Krypton was exploding, the boy's parents Jor-El and Lara chose to save him at the cost of their lives by sending him into space. Jonathan and Martha Kent raised Clark on their farm in Smallville, Kansas. They were caring parents who instilled him with a deep sense of morality. Eventually he began developing powers and they helped him create the alias Superboy. Although their boy grew up and moved to the bustling city of Metropolis, he would still frequently visit them. Jonathan Kent was created by Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster, first appearing in Superman #1. (1939)
In Lois and Clark: The New Adventures of Superman, Jonathan was played by the late Eddie Jones.
In Superboy, Jonathan was played by the late Stuart Whitman.