Dean Cain

Dean Cain is probably best-known as Superman from the hit TV show, Lois and Clark: The New Adventures of Superman.” A college football star at Princeton University, he turned to film when an injury ended his NFL career with the Buffalo Bills. Cain also produced and hosted the world-wide hit “Ripley’s Believe It Or Not.” for 4 seasons, and has starred in dozens of feature films such as, “Out of Time” “The Broken Heart’s Club” “God’s Not Dead” “Gosnell” and “Vendetta” along with scores of TV movies and shows. One of the hardest-working and most versatile talents, Dean has over 150 credits on his resume.

Dean recently received the prestigious ORDER OF ARMENIA for producing his anti-Genocide documentary film, ARCHITECTS OF DENIAL.

Cain, who is a quarter Japanese, grew up in Malibu, California, as the adopted son of director Christopher Cain.