(My Favorite Weekend - Oded Fehr by Robin Rauzi, L. Times Calendar section, 2001) "I didn't know how to ride a horse in the first [Mummy]," Fehr reveals, "So I concentrated quite strongly on this one. He's a nice guy." (a Fehr to remember by Dennis Hensley, Movieline, 2001) That is a question you should ask the people around me. I rode in LA, I rode in Toronto, I rode here in London. And when we were out in Morocco, I stayed a whole month - about two weeks longer than any of the other actors - to shoot the huge battle scene. I would say my strongest quality is that I try never to hurt any living thing, and my worst is that I try and do everything myself as I don't trust others enough to get it right. (People Magazine, 1999) "Life in the Navy is very different and life in Israel is very different," he says. So I tried to avoid playing games and obviously, when we were shooting the movie, for research reasons, I had to spend hours and hours completing As far as writing is concerned, every once in a while I do try and then I realize how incapable of writing I am so I stop. You’ve never celebrated Christmas you were born in Tel Aviv. BL: Christmas is kinda new to you, but now you’re like a little kid. "The fighting in the acting world is a lot different from the fighting there. But the sword fighting and all that is just boys with toys. She's a producer and she knows, you know, kind of actors and so on. So basically I can't do anything and once people find out that I can't act everybody will know that. “For me, that made it more of an interesting character to play,” he adds, leading into a joke.“Sometimes, I wonder if that is who I really am – that kind of awful person – and the one I am in real life – this nice guy – maybe that is the part that I am acting. It came pretty naturally to me to play an idiot.” Next up for Fehr is “For the Love of Money,” a crime drama – scheduled to be released later this year – following the true account of an Israeli immigrant who searches for his piece of the American dream after his family succumbs to criminal activity.However, he cannot deny the draw of movies like “Super Hybrid,” “The Mummy” and “Resident Evil” where stunts take center stage.Speaking of “The Mummy” and “Resident Evil,” Fehr admits to being interested in reprising his roles in either film franchise – depending on how the character would be coming back, what shape he would be in and so on, of course.
You leave the country and you find the most wonderful people who used to be on the other side, who are supposed to be your enemies. I would hope to become an actor who is good enough to win Oscars. I feel very lucky to be doing what I am doing with my career." (uk, November 2001) first thing to do in the a.m.: "Have a couple of quiet minutes when my wife and I can just look at each other. It's sweet, but sometimes people think she's saying daddy. '" (Oded Fehr, Star of The Mummy Returns by Lisa Simpson, In Style, 2001) I grew up being a very shy kid, and then I broke out in the 10th grade and I was relatively popular. My first girlfriend and I were together for, like, five years. They stuck out a bit," says the actor, who received classical training at England's Old Vic Theatre before moving to Santa Monica last May. I used to play Pac Man and all that and kind of grew out of it at a certain point. Last year I that was the first Christmas kinda with her family that we did a big thing. Today, though, "there's nothing wrong with him," notes Moyer. (Vicki Gabereau, TV, October, 2001) As a child I'd watch shows like Sesame Street on television - that's how I learned English - and I would always perform songs for my family." (Oded Fehr, Star of The Mummy Returns by Lisa Simpson, In Style, 2001)Teen Hollywood: Do you have any past experience playing video games? I think more out of fear that I'll get so hooked, I'd never be able to do anything else. My skin still crawls when we get guns on the set because guns for me, and in Israel, are something that is there for killing. It's all fun." (Guardian Of The Tomb by Jeff Bond, 2001) Q. I was always very practical and I never felt that acting was a good job to be in. You know, that came out and Deuce Bigalow was coming out and me with the long hair and all the rest of it. Did you ever consider being an actor when you were growing up? I moved to Germany and tried to start a marketing business with my father, but it just didn't thrill me. I was dating my now wife at the time and she wouldn't have anything to do with me for three months just because of that nice little article.