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ODED FEHR

Oded Fehr first caught the attention of moviegoers with his portrayal of the mysterious warrior, ‘Ardeth Bay,’ in the hit action thriller "The Mummy." He later reprised his role in the even more successful sequel, "The Mummy Returns." Fehr then starred in the third installment of the "Resident Evil" franchise: "Resident Evil: Extinction," reprising his role of ‘Carlos.’ Previously he was seen with Kurt Russell and Dakota Fanning in DreamWorks' "Dreamer: Inspired by a True Story."

On the small screen, Fehr starred as ‘Farik,’ the leader of an underground terrorist group in Showtime’s compelling drama series "Sleeper Cell." The show received nominations for an Emmy, Golden Globe, and TCA Award as well as being named one of the American Film Institute’s top ten TV programs of the year. Variety called Fehr "magnetic" and The Hollywood Reporter said he is "masterful" in his portrayal. His other television credits include leading roles on NBC’s "UC: Undercover" and the CBS drama "Presidio Med" with Blythe Danner and Dana Delany. He’s also guest starred with major recurring arcs on "Stitchers," "Covert Affairs," "NCIS," "Jane by Design," "V," and "Charmed."

Fehr also has a successful career in animation where he has voiced characters on a variety of television programs including "Kaijudo: Rise of the Duel Masters," "Hulk and the Agents of S.M.A.S.H.," "Ultimate Spider-Man," "Young Justice," "Batman: The Brave and the Bold," "Justice League," and "American Dad!" He most recently voiced ‘Mr. Freeze’ in the Warner Bros. Home Video "Batman Unlimited: Mechs vs. Mutants."

Born in Israel, Fehr relocated to Germany to pursue a career in business with his father. On a whim, he decided to sign up for a drama class and went on to star in a production of David Mamet’s "Sexual Perversity in Chicago." Foregoing his business career, Fehr spent the next three years enrolled at the Old Vic Theatre School in Bristol England. He then went on to London’s Court Yard Theatre where he graced the stage as Don Juan in their production of "Don Juan Comes Back from the War."