Villains Wiki

Hi. This is Thesecret1070. I am an admin of this site. Edit as much as you wish, but one little thing... If you are going to edit a lot, then make yourself a user and login. Other than that, enjoy Villains Wiki!!!


Villains Wiki

Edward Teague is a recurring antagonist appearing in the WB/CW series Smallville seventh season and was mentioned in the fourth.

He was a powerful lawyer, member of Veritas and disciple of Virgil Swann. He was the husband of Genevieve Teague and the father of Jason Teague.

He was portrayed by Rick Ravanello in a flashback, and by Robert Picardo in the present, who also portrayed Wayne Whittaker in Supernatural, Amazo in Justice League animated series, Shadowman in Call of Duty: Black Ops III, Sebastian Krueger in the same game, one of the pirates in The Pagemaster, Eddie Quist in The Howling, Sylvester Smirch in Beethoven's Christmas Adventure, Meg Mucklebones in Legend, Equinox EMH and The Doctor in Star Trek: Voyager.


Early life

Edward and Genevieve Teague were part of Veritas, an elite group dedicated to locating the fabled Traveler. Edward and his wife also searched for the mythic Stones of Power since they believed it held information on the Traveler and because of Genevieve's connection to her ancestor Duchess Gertrude.

The other members of Veritas knew about their expeditions around the world looking for the stones and the group were unsure whether to trust them or not.

Edward cut his son Jason off after he refused to study law and become a lawyer at Merrian, Teague and Wiseman. He and Jason were estranged for years by the time he transferred from Metropolis University to attend Central Kansas A&M.

After his wife and son died, Edward went into hiding in Montreal, Canada, and became a priest at the St. Christopher's Cathedral.

Season Seven

After years of waiting, Edward learned that Clark Kent was the Traveler and started to carefully study him. Edward sent an assassin after Lex where he left a clue for Clark to discover by carving a Kryptonian symbol into Lex's chest. Clark went to the cathedral and found Kryptonian symbols inscribed on the basin.

They direct him to other symbols underneath, but as Clark turns, he finds a mysterious hooded figure who has been expecting him. The man identifies himself as Edward Teague, the last surviving member of Veritas, and now he wishes to serve the Traveler.

He warns that outside forces were too close to finding Swann's secret for controlling Clark. Swann's secret was scattered across the globe, and one clue is in the cathedral.

Teague had his man carve the symbols into the chest so Clark would see them and reveal himself. Teague wonders why Clark hasn't taken care of Lex Luthor and realizes Clark doesn't want to fulfill his destiny.

Edward felt Clark was weak and should be destroyed before he could be used by Lex for personal gain and subdued Clark with a piece of kryptonite hidden in his cane. He says no one can be allowed to control Clark, despite the cost.

Edward strapped the weakened Clark to an altar surrounded by liquid kryptonite and prepares an ancient Kryptonian ritual, that was meant to sacrifice a warrior, believing Clark can be turned into a destroyer as easily as a savior. He then carved the Mark of El on Clark's chest.

Lex arrived at the cathedral and found a five-sided key that appears from a hidden compartment. Teague arrives and is impressed that Lex has risen to become the Traveler's nemesis, then insists that without a Traveler, there can be no Destroyer.

Edward later had to fight Lex Luthor after he found the missing piece of the Orb in a clock. As the two men fight while below, Chloe arrived and drains the liquid kryptonite, allowing Clark to heal and break free.

He super-speeds up and stops Lex from killing Teague at super-speed, pinning Lex and Teague to the floor and destroying the clock in the process, then sped away before Lex can see him.

"Kara" extorts Teague to find out where the device is.

Edward then fled to South America on a private jet since he was resentful over what he did to Clark and for failing to keep the Orb's missing piece from landing into the hands of Lex Luthor.

Brainiac, posing a Kara, begins to question him about Veritas and a device. He avoids her questions and she attacked Edward forcing him to talk about where the Orb was.

She grabs him by the neck and punches a hole in the side of the plane. She threatens to throw him out, until he admits that Lex Luthor probably has the information she seeks. Brainiac then left Edward to die after getting the information he needed from him. He was the last member of Veritas to die.


  • In an alternate universe, he and his family were killed by Clark Luthor.
  • Edward Teague is the only Veritas member to be killed by an alien, Brainiac.


           Smallville.png Villains

Chloe Sullivan | Jor-El | Lana Lang

Main Antagonists
Brainiac | Darkseid | Doomsday | Genevieve Teague | Jason Teague | Lex Luthor | Lionel Luthor | Zod

Supporting Antagonists
Adam Knight | Alia | Bizarro | Basqat | Clark Luthor | Desaad | Dr. Helen Bryce | Faora Hu-Ul (Clone) | George | Gordon Godfrey | Granny Goodness | Jason Bartlett | Kal | Roger Nixon | Sheriff Ethan Miller | Tess Mercer | Zor-El

Reoccurring Antagonists
Agent Carter | Aldar | Alicia Baker | Alistair Kreig | Amanda Waller | Aethyr | Baern | Bette Sans Souci | Brendan Nash | Bruno Mannheim | Claire Foster | Conner Kent | Countess Margaret Isobel Thoreaux | Curtis Knox | Darius | District Attorney Ray Sacks | Donovan Jamison | Dr. Hudson | Dr. Langston | Dr. Lawrence Garner | Dr. Lia Teng | Edward Teague | Emily Dinsmore | Eric Summers | Eva Greer | Faora Hu-Ul | Floyd Lawton | Frank Loder | Frederick Walden | Gina | Gloria | Greg Arkin | Greg Flynn | Griff | Ian Randall | Jacob Finley | John Corben | Lieutenant Trotter | Linda Lake | Lionel Luthor (Earth-2) | Lucy Lane | Mara | Marilyn | Maxwell Lord | Molly Griggs | Morgan Edge | Nam-Ek | Paul Brenner | Perry White | Regan Matthews | Rick DeGroot | Rick Flag | Sam Phelan | Sasha Woodman | Slade Wilson | Steven Hamilton | Stuart Campbell | Talbert | Tina Greer | Vala | Van McNulty | Victoria Hardwick | Victoria Sinclair | Vordigan | Wes Keenan | Winslow Schott

Adrian Cross | A.J. | Alec Abrams | Amos Fortune | Andy Connors | Ben Meyers | Black Manta | Bernard Chisholm | Brianna Withridge | Bob Rickman | Bronson | Buffy Sanders | Byron Moore | Captain Cold | Cameron Mahkent | Carly Meadows | Charlotte Cavanaugh | Chrissy Parker | Coach Walt Arnold | Coats | Commander Cheng | Cyrus Gold | Dawn Stiles | Debra Burch | Desirée Atkins | Deputy Ellis | Deputy Harris | Derek Fox | Dr. Caselli | Dominic Sanatori | Duchess Gertrude | Duncan Allenmeyer | Earl Jenkins | Ed Burke | Edward Lott | Elise Fine | Emil LaSalle | Eric Marsh | Gabriel Duncan | Garrett Davis | Gary Watts | Graham Garrett | Greenfield Brothers | Geoff Johns | Hanison | Harriet | Harry Volk | Heather Fox | Isis | Jake Pollen | Jason Dante | James Gibson | Jed McNally | Jeff Palmer | Jeremy Creek | Jeremiah Holdsclaw | Joar Mahkent | Joe Simmons | Jodi Keenan | Jodi Melville | Joseph Altman | Joseph Cavanagh | Jude Royce's Imposter | Justin Gaines | Kal-El | Kyla Willowbrook | Kyle | Lachlan Luthor | Lance | Lashina | Lawrence Grady | Lincoln Cole | Leslie Willis | Louis Leery | Lucas Luthor | LX-13 | Mack | Macy | Madelyn Hibbins | Magistrate Wilkins | Marcos | Marcus Becker | Maxima | Michael Westmore | Mike | Mikhail Mxyzptlk | Milo | Mr. Lyon | Nathan Dean | Nathaniel Tryon | Nicholas Conroy | Non (Clone) | Orlando Block | Pamela Black | Paul Hayden | Persuader | Pierce | Rachel Dunleavy | Randy Klein | Ray | Richter Maddox | Ricky | Robert Bethany | Ron Milano | Roy Rothman | Rudy Jones | Ruth Cavanagh | Samantha Drake | Scott Bowman | Sean Kelvin | Sebastian Kane | Seth Nelson | Shannon Bell | Siobhan McDougal | Simone Chesterman | Sir Harry Hardwick | Snake | Ted Palmer | Tempest Drake | Teth-Adam | Titan | Tim Westcott | Tommy Lee | Trent MacGowen | Twins | Tyler Crenshaw | Tyler McKnight | Tyler Randall | Vanessa Webber | Wade Mahaney | Wagner | Walt Masterson | William McBride | William Tate | William Taylor

Comic Characters
Bane | Black Flash | Brain | Brother Blood | Bruce Wayne (Earth 13) | Doctor Phosphorus | Eclipso | Felix Faust | Firefly | Greg Fox | Hades | Hank Henshaw | Harleen Quinzel | Holly Gehrig | Jacob Snell | Joe Chill | Kenny Cavanaugh | Kirk Langstrom | Lowtax | Malcolm Barnes | Matt Hagen | Megan Morse | Minister Kirt Niedrigh | Monsieur Mallah | Oswald Loomis | Pamela Isley | Parallax | Prometheus | Rose Wilson | Simon Jones | Trigon | Victor Fries | Victor Zsasz

Organizations, Teams, & Gangs
Checkmate | Cheerleaders of Devotion | Darkseid's Elite | Darkseid's Prophets | Disciples of Zod | Female Furies | Injustice League | Insurgence Team | Intergang | Manhunters | Marionette Ventures | Mutants | Students for Lex Luthor | Suicide Squad | Weather Girls | Yellow Lantern Corps | Zoner Companions

Hostile Species
Phantom Wraiths | Monitors