Oded is a hebrew name. It appears twice in the bible. It is the name of the father of the prophet Asarja and it is the name of a prophet who lived in the times of King Ahas. Oded has two meanings:
1. He (God) has helped
Oded's last name is of German origin. It goes back to the German word Fähre which means ferry.
Oded credits his role on UC: Undercover for helping him break away from playing stereotypicial long haired, Arab speaking characters.
Oded has a younger half sister.
The director of The Mummy had the script rewritten so that Oded's character would survive for the sequel because Oded had such a striking screen presence.
Oded landed the his first film role within one year of graduating from the Bristol Old Vic Theatre School.
Oded worked with his father in marketing and telecommunications before pursuing an acting career.
Oded is starring in a new Showtime TV series entitled Sleeper Cell in December, 2005.
Oded was a guest star on Justice League playing the role of Dr. Fate.
Oded has appeared in 4 films as himself.
Oded has appeared in 13 films.
Oded married Rhonda Tollefson December 22, 2000.
Oded speaks English, Hebrew and some German.
Oded worked for security for the Israeli Airlines in Germany.
Oded trained at Bristol Old Vic Theatre School in England after taking a very brief drama class in Frankfurt, Germany.
Oded has an older brother and sister.
Oded met his wife, Rhonda Tollefson, at the Los Angeles Opera.
Oded appeared as Zankou in 7 episodes of during season 7 of Charmed. His character was vanquished in the season finale.
Oded's favorite singer is Lauryn Hill.
Oded's wife, Rhonda Tollefson-Fehr, is 7 years older than he is.
Oded's favorite book is To Kill A Mockingbird, which may be why he named his son Atticus.
Oded was in the Israeli Navy.
Oded and Rhonda's son, Atticus, was born January 4, 2003 and their daughter, Finley, was born February 26, 2006.
Oded is 6' 1" tall.
Oded Fehr: It is a ridiculous thing to say but, truthfully, I do not really like guns. But I end up playing characters that use a lot of guns.
Oded Fehr (commenting about his role on Presidio): Working with all these women is lovely. The set is so relaxed. It's a great atmosphere. I can't explain it, but it's different from a set where there would be all men.
Oded Fehr: I am from the Atari generation, you know? I used to play Pac-Man® and all that, then kind of grew out of it at a certain point.
Oded Fehr: I want to do well enough to get some recognition. I would hope to become an actor who is good enough to win Oscars.
Oded Fehr: I did my military service from 1989 to 1992 and I was never shot at or had to fire on anybody. I was very lucky. I was more involved in intelligence and counter-intelligence.