New Look!

November 21, 2011 | Listed Under: Site News

As you can see, we have a new look here on the main site. I quite like it, I hope you like it too! :)

I have also gone through the pages here, and removed some old ones (mailing lists, webrings) because they were history now. Also added a Contact Form, and a page about the site history.

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Jane By Design Info

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Thanks to Suzettemonpetite, we have a little more information on Jane By Design:

I found some info on the series – actually called Jane by Design.  Oded’s character is named Beau.  Here’s a link to the episodes.  There is a synopsis of each – you can see the ones Beau appears in.
Looks like Oded will be in (at least) two episodes.
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Covert Affairs 2.13 Screencaps

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Screencaps of Oded in his third Covert Affairs episode are up! And yes, I went a little cap happy ;) But at least there should be enough caps of this particular ep now LOL

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New Role + FOG! Chats With ODED FEHR About His New Movie, SUPER HYBRID!

November 20, 2011 | Listed Under: Interviews, Project News

FOG! interviewed Oded Fehr back in October, about Super Hybrid and his career. Oded mentioned that he is recurring in something called Jane By Design, which according to Wikipedia, is is set to premiere on January 3, 2012.

Israeli-born Oded Fehr first captured the attention of movie audiences in 1999 as Ardeth Bay in The Mummy. He followed that with a memorable appearance in Deuce Bigelow, Male Gigolo that same year and a career was born.

Fehr has appeared in such films as The Mummy Returns, Texas Rangers, Resident Evil: Apocalypse and Resident Evil: Extinction. On television he’s co-starred on such series as V, Sleeper Cell, UC: Undercover, Charmed, and most recently, Covert Affairs. Fehr has also done a significant amount of voice-over work, with work on Justice League:Unlimited, American Dad!, Batman:The Brave and The Bold and Young Justice.

His latest film, Super Hybrid, was released on DVD and Blu-ray today from Anchor Bay Entertainment. Oded took some time to talk to me about the film and his upcoming work.

 What drew you to Super Hybrid?

I think that, you know, Super Hybrid is very much a genre movie, and it’s not necessarily my genre, but it’s something that I can appreciate.  And, when I read it, I wasn’t sure about it.  The script was also still in its earlier stages, so I went for a meeting with Oliver Hengst and Elizabeth Wang-Lee, and Eric (Valette), the director, and we had one of those great meetings, one of those meetings where you were meeting people that you were going to be friends with for the rest of your life.

We all knew what we had, that it’s a movie that shouldn’t take itself too seriously, and hopefully will be a lot of fun to shoot.  And that’s really what drew me — is the people involved.  We worked together on the script, and made Ray a lot more slimy and annoying, and hopefully succeeded with that.

I watched the film, and what I found very interesting was even though it’s a killer car film, it’s also set in a very claustrophobic environment, the garage.  Was that a challenge not only having a car as a protagonist but also being in a confined area? 

Yeah.  I mean, the confined area was huge.  It was a huge kind of a hangar made out of cement, in Regina, Canada, and it was definitely claustrophobic.  I mean, after a while, you’re going to miss the sun and miss being outside.  The effect that we created while we were filming it there worked well: the darkness, the hard walls, and having all these vehicles driving around at high speeds and so on.  The effect that you feel in the film was very much real.

Unlike other killer car films, like The Car or Christine, the vehicle super-hybrid kind of changes shape and functions in a much more chameleon-like capacity.  Did you find it difficult to act opposite an object, versus another actor?   

Yeah.  You know, it’s always slightly harder, acting opposite an object.  I’m sure there are actors out there who would rather work with an object than with their co-stars.  But that being said, I  didn’t encounter too much of that in my career, so I’ve been pretty lucky.  It’s hard but my character is more annoying towards everyone else, so I was lucky enough to just work with Shannon (Beckner) and Ryan (Kennedy) and Adrien (Dorval) and so on, and be more annoying towards them.

The car was more scary, and that’s where I had to pretend.  But we all played off each other.

You’ve done television, you’ve done film, you’ve don’t actually a fair amount of animation voice work.  Do you have a preference for what you work in, what area? 

I like it all, and  I love the voice-over work.  That’s kind of picked up a little bit even more in the last few years, and I love doing that.

It means a few things.  It means I don’t have to be away from my family for too long while I’m doing it;  It means that I don’t have to put any make-up on or wear any fancy costume or anything like that, or worry about all the hair, and all the things that are very unnatural for me.

I love the challenge of creating a character by using your voice only.  I’m doing a show right now called Young Justice, which is a show on the Cartoon Network and it’s great fun.  But of course, filming on-screen is phenomenal too.  I like it all.

Your next film, For The Love of Money is the first time in a film that you actually get to play an Israeli?


What was that experience like?

Well, it’s actually funny, because on Covert Affairs I played an Israeli too, a secret agent.  But For The Love of Money is more re-enacting a character, and it’s based on a true story.

It’s very interesting meeting that character’s friends and family and so on, all of them that knew him.

It’s cool.  I like it.  I like playing an Israeli.

The funny thing about it is nobody actually knows that I’m an Israeli actor.

I think very few people do in Israel.  I didn’t start my career there, and I guess when they see the stuff I do, nobody guesses that I’m Israeli, even though my name is Oded.

So it’s kind of fun.  It was kind of fun playing an Israeli character.

I’m Jewish, and when I saw you in The Mummy I realized that, “Oded Fehr’s the toughest Jew in movies.” 

I know.  I know.  Thank you.

What else do you have coming up?  

I’ve got For The Love of Money.  I’m doing Covert Affairs.  I’m actually up in Toronto right now shooting Covert Affairs, and there’s another show that I’m recurring on called Jane by Design, with Andie MacDowell.  I play some kind of a designer, soon-to-be-ex-husband of Andie MacDowell, and that’s kind of fun.

What are you currently geeking out over? 

Oh, I geek out over superheroes and Star Trek and sci-fi movies.  I love the voice-over work that I do.  Basically, it’s a whole bunch of basically like-minded geeks who love those kind of superheroes and stuff like that.  I’m totally into comic books and all that.  So it’s a lot of fun.


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Covert Affairs 1.04 No Quarter

November 16, 2011 | Listed Under: Gallery

I’m working on capping last nights episode of Convert Affairs – Oded was awesome! :D – but in the meanwhile, here are the caps from his very first episode, 1.04 No Quarter, which I hadn’t uploaded yet.

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Rudess Accomplishes Nothing

November 12, 2011 | Listed Under: Admin News

RUDENESS ACCOMPLISHES NOTHING. ORDERS ACCOMPLISH NOTHING. Except make me want to keep a black list of people rudely demading things from me or outright giving me orders.

If you aren’t paying me, you don’t get to give me ORDERS. You don’t get to DEMAND anything.

If you want me to do something for you, be polite and ask. Sheesh, why is it so hard to get that??!!!!!!! It didn’t used to be like this until this last year or so. People on the internet are getting more and more rude :/

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Oded Fehr Facebook Group

November 10, 2011 | Listed Under: Other

There is now a new, active Oded Fehr group on Facebook. It’s called Fans of Oded Fehr and the URL is Please, consider joining if you’re a Facebook user!



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Virus Update

October 5, 2011 | Listed Under: Admin News

My laptop’s clean :D

Now, only external hard drives left to check. If all goes as planned, I can commence updating late tonight or tomorrow! :) I miss it!

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Computer Virus

October 4, 2011 | Listed Under: Admin News

I’ve been dealing with a persistant virus since last Thursday/Friday, and finally had to restore a system image from a few months ago. I believe the virus was eradicated from my laptop (quick scans don’t show anything anymore) by that, but I’m going to let two different antivirus programs as well as Malwarebytes Antimalware and maybe some other antimalware program do full scans of my my laptop and two external hard drives that were plugged when the virus happened before I use FTP or upload any files from my system to my sites. The two external hard drives are really big, so it’ll take several hours (at the very least, 11 hours) to complete one full antivirus/antimalware scan of my system.So it’ll be propably be another couple of days before I do any updates on any sites.

More about the virus: I’m actually unsure whether I had one or two viruses. But whatever, the difficult one was the one called ShortCut virus.What is does is infect USB drives: it hides the folders, creates shortcuts to them but those shortcuts actually lead to the apparently random-named EXE in a new folder called RECYCLER. Luckily I guess, the moment I saw the folders faded and all the shortcuts that shouldn’t be there plus one folder I had not created, so I never did click on any of the shortcuts or anything. Instead I knew I must’ve been hit by a virus and went googling.

No matter what antivirus or antimalware programs I tried to use to remove it, it always was right back after required restart although all the programs had claimed it had been successfully removed, both in Windows Safe Mode and normal mode. It must have resided in the memory or something and the programs didn’t detect all of it properly. In the end, yesterday, I decided to restore the system image I made in June and that seems to have worked because now I could clean up the two USB drives without problems. But like I said, I’m going to let a number of programs make full scans of my system and hard drives  just to be sure.

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Resident Evil

September 24, 2011 | Listed Under: Project News

Milla Jovovich, the star of the Resident Evil movies, tweeted that Oded Fehr and other returning actors are coming in this weekend to film the newest installment in the film series: Resident Evil: Retribution.

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BTW!Sienna Guillory,Oded Fehr & Michelle Rodriguez are coming in THIS WEEKEND to start work on Monday!It’s all happening!
This is the first I’ve heard about it, and now I’m hoping it’s more than for just flashbacks or some such :)
The film is set to premiere on September 14, 2012.

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