Known for movies
|Date Of Birth||October 29, 1977|
|Mark||His sexy, sullen pout|
Who is Brendan Fehr?
Brendan Jacob Joel Fehr was born on 29 October 1977 under the sign of Scorpio, in New Westminster, British Columbia, Canada. Brendan is Canadian by nationality, and is of White Caucasian ethnicity. He is a 42-year-old model and actor, probably best recognized for starring in the role of Michael Guerin in The WB sci-fi series “Roswell” (1999-2002), playing Dan Cooper in the CBS police procedural drama series “CSI: Miami” (2005-2008), and featuring as Dr. Drew Alister in the NBC medical drama series “The Night Shift” (2014-2017).
How rich is he, as of now? Brendan Fehr Net Worth
As of early 2020, Brendan Fehr’s net worth is estimated at close to $2 million, earned through his successful involvement in the film industry as a professional actor, who has starred in more than 60 TV and film titles since his career started in the mid-1990s. He also increased his wealth through his brief modeling career.
Early Life, Nationality, Ethnicity, Educational Background
Brendan Fehr spent his early years in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, where, he was raised a strict Mennonite by a single mother, since his parents divorced when he was at a young age. Although their names haven’t been revealed, it is known that his father worked as a yacht manufacturer, while his mother was a correctional case manager at the Stony Mountain Correctional Institute.
He has two elder sisters, named Shana and Angela, and a younger half-sister, named Rachel. He went to Mennonite Brethren Collegiate Institute, from which he matriculated with honors in 1995.
Upon matriculation, Brendan landed a job as a model to earn enough money for college since his plan was to become a math teacher. So he worked for such brands as DKNY Jeans, Calvin Klein, Levi’s, and Emporio Armani, and also featured in some magazines. Moreover, Brendan was invited to try himself as an actor, so he made his television debut with a guest-starring role in an episode of the popular Canadian-American teen comedy-drama series “Breaker High” in 1997, only a week before he was to attend the University of Manitoba.
In 1998, he made his film debut in the role of Hart in the comedy “Hand”, written and directed by Adam Rodin. During the same year, he also starred as Brendan – Motor Jock in the teen sci-fi psychological horror “Disturbing Behavior”, which was followed by his portrayals of Alan in the made-for-TV film “Every Mother’s Worst Fear” and Mitch Furress in another made-for-TV film, entitled “Perfect Little Angels”.
Rise to Prominence and “Roswell”
After landing the role of Barry Bennett in the 1999 made-for-TV film “Our Guys: Outrage At Glen Ridge”, Brendan came to prominence when he joined the cast of the sci-fi series “Roswell”, portraying Michael Guerin in all three seasons and 61 episodes, broadcast on The WB from 1999 to 2002 – it was based on the book series “Roswell High” written by Melinda Metz.
The role earned him two Teen Choice Award nominations for TV – Choice Sidekick, as well as a Saturn Award nomination for Best Supporting Actor on Television. Side by side with filming it, Brendan continued to work on big screen projects. In 2000, he played George Waggner in James Wong’s supernatural horror “Final Destination”, and featured as Eddy Duncan in the thriller “Christina’s House”, directed by Gavin Wilding. He then starred in the role of Billy in the crime drama “Kill Me Later”, and appeared as Nick in the horror “The Forsaken”, both in 2001.
Worldwide Recognition and “CSI: Miami”
In 2002, Brendan played Simon Herron in Anne Wheeler’s drama “Edge Of Madness” and starred as Danny in the comedy “Long Shot”, written and directed by Colby Johannson.
He followed with his portrayals of Dennis Reveni in the mystery-thriller “Nemesis Game”, and a stuntman in the action drama “Biker Boyz”, both in 2003. In the next year he appeared in two independent Canadian film titles – “Childstar”, playing Chip Metzger, and “Sugar”, featuring as Butch, for which he received a Genie Award nomination for Best Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role. In 2005, Brendan was selected to play Dan Cooper in the CBS police procedural drama series “CSI: Miami”, appearing in the series from Season 4 to Season 6. During the same period, he was also cast as Ed Waxman in the 2005 comedy “The Long Weekend”, Paul in the 2006 romantic comedy “Comeback Season”, and Vince Callow in the 2007 thriller “The Fifth Patient”.
Brendan’s next major role came in 2008, when he was chosen to feature as Jake Stanton in the drama mini-series “Samurai Girl”, aired on ABC Family. During the same year, he landed the role of Josh in the independent fantasy film “The Other Side Of The Tracks”, for which he won the Gemini Award for Hottest Canadian Male Star. Between 2008 and 2010, he also made a few guest-starring appearances as Jared Booth in the Fox crime procedural comedy-drama series “Bones”. In 2010, he featured as James McKinsey in the ABC Family drama romance film “The Cutting Edge: Fire & Ice”, and played Michael Webster in the Syfy action film “Ice Quake”.
Communication breakdown? #285South #Roswell rewatch recap. ?
It wasn’t my fault! #BandT pic.twitter.com/7BFNUQNdpq
— Brendan Fehr (@unrealfehr) April 29, 2020
The early 2010s
In 2011, Brendan played David Rose in the made-for-TV film “And Baby Will Fall” and starred as Adam Hughes in the made-for-TV film “A Christmas Kiss”. In the same year, he also portrayed the navigator of a US warship in the superhero film “X-Men First Class”, directed by Matthew Vaughn, and Sgt. Dominic Rossi in the war drama “Fort McCoy”. He then landed the roles of Kevin Anderson in the made-for-TV film “Adopting Terror” and Deputy Jordan in the slasher film “Silent Night”, both in 2012. In the next year, Brendan starred as Daniel in the horror “13 Eerie” and Lance in the sci-fi horror “Stranded”.
“The Night Shift” and Other Major Roles
In 2014, Brendan joined the main cast of the medical drama series “The Night Shift”, aired on NBC, starring in the role of Dr. Drew Alister until the series was canceled in 2017. Besides that, he landed such roles as Rhomann Dey’s partner in the Marvel Comics superhero film “Guardians Of The Galaxy” (2014), Tyler in the made-for-TV film “House Of Secrets” (2014), and Delta Sierra Juliet in the short biographical drama “The Last Transmission” (2016), which earned him a Rossy Award nomination for Best Actor Short Film. In 2017, Brendan was cast as Ewan in the Syfy supernatural Western horror series “Wynonna Earp”, followed by his performance as Ryan McKee in the made-for-TV film “Wrapped Up In Christmas”.
Recent and Upcoming Years
In 2018, Brendan featured in the role of John Ryan in the made-for-TV film “Entertaining Christmas”, after which he portrayed Larsen in the action thriller “Daughter Of The Wolf” (2019), directed by David Hackl. Most recently, he starred as Robert Butcher in the 2019 drama “Brotherhood”, written and directed by Richard Bell. It’s been announced that he will play Nick Cassidy in April Mullen’s upcoming thriller film “Wander”, which is currently under post-production and set to be released in late 2020. He will also feature as Jason Wilder in the upcoming drama “Wilder”, and Jed Stiggers in the western “Blackdom”.
Appearance and Vital Statistics
Brendan Fehr has short dark brown hair and dark brown eyes. He stands at a height of 6ft (1.83m), while he weighs around 170lbs (77kgs).
Personal Life and Hobbies
Brendan Fehr was romantically involved in a relationship with his “Roswell” co-star Majandra Delfino – they were even engaged from 2001 to 2003. Thereafter, he started dating Jennifer Rowley, and the couple eventually tied the knot in a private wedding ceremony held on 8 July 2006. They are the parents of three daughters – Jennifer gave birth to their first daughter, James Olivia Fehr on 26 March 2008, Ellison Jane Fehr on 23 January 2011, and third and youngest daughter named Ondine Carda Kitty Fehr, on 18 January 2013. The family divides their time between their residences in Albuquerque, New Mexico and Los Angeles, California. In his spare time, Brendan enjoys snowboarding and skiing; his favorite sport is ice hockey. He also enjoys listening to his favorite band Metallica.
|Full Name||Brendan Fehr|
|Date Of Birth||October 29, 1977|
|Height||1.83 m, 1.75 m|
|Education||Mennonite Brethren Collegiate Institute, Waverley College|
|Children||James Olivia Fehr, Ellison Jane Fehr, Ondine Carda Kitty-Fehr|
|Parents||Jakob Fehr, Hilda Wiebe, Laurie Freier|
|Siblings||Shana Fehr, Rachel, Angela Fehr|
|Awards||Geminis’ Hottest Star|
|Nominations||Teen Choice Award for Choice TV: Sidekick, Genie Award for Best Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role|
|Movies||A Christmas Kiss, Biker Boyz, Final Destination, The Cutting Edge: Fire and Ice, The Forsaken, The Long Weekend, Ice Quake, X-Men: First Class, Guardians of the Galaxy, 13 Eerie, Kill Me Later, Stranded, Christina’s House, Edge of Madness, Silent Night, The Other Side of the Tracks, Nemesis Game, Ch…|
|TV Shows||Samurai Girl, Roswell, The Night Shift|
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|#||Marks / Signs|
|1||His sexy, sullen pout|
|1||[About his love of hockey] “It’s terrible for a person’s psyche to love something so much and not be great at it.”|
|1||His third daughter with wife Jennifer, Ondine Carda Kitty Fehr, was born in the early morning hours of January 18, 2013. Ondine weighed 9.1 lbs and measured 22 inches at birth.|
|2||His second daughter, Ellison Jane Fehr, was born January 23, 2011 at 10:01 am. She weighed 8 lbs, 6 oz.|
|3||On Wednesday, March 26, 2008 at 12:04 am, he became a first time father. Daughter James Olivia Fehr weighed 9 lbs, 7 oz and was 21 inches long.|
|4||He and CSI: Miami (2002) co-star Adam Rodriguez worked together before he was cast as Dan Cooper on CSI: Miami (2002). They worked together on Season 3 of the alien hit show Roswell (1999).|
|5||Tried out for the part of Max Evans (on Roswell (1999)) but got the part of Michael Guerin instead.|
|6||Has two older sisters, Angela and Shana, and a younger half-sister, Rachel.|
|The Cutting Edge: Fire & Ice||2010||TV Movie||James McKinsey|
|Bones||2008-2010||TV Series||Jared Booth|
|Samurai Girl||2008||TV Series||Jake Stanton|
|CSI: Miami||2005-2008||TV Series||Dan Cooper|
|The Other Side of the Tracks||2008||Josh|
|The Fifth Patient||2007||Vince Callow|
|The Long Weekend||2005||Ed Waxman|
|Nemesis Game||2003||Dennis Reveni|
|Roswell||1999-2002||TV Series||Michael Guerin / Rath / Young Hal Carver|
|Edge of Madness||2002||Simon Herron|
|Kill Me Later||2001||Billy|
|Christina’s House||2000||Eddy Duncan|
|Final Destination||2000||George Waggner|
|Our Guys: Outrage at Glen Ridge||1999||TV Movie||Barry Bennett|
|The New Addams Family||1999||TV Series||Sam Sedgwick|
|Millennium||1998-1999||TV Series||Nick Carfagna / Kevin Galbraith|
|Perfect Little Angels||1998||TV Movie||Mitch Furress|
|Every Mother’s Worst Fear||1998||TV Movie||Alan|
|Disturbing Behavior||1998||Brendan – Motor Jock|
|Breaker High||1997||TV Series||Price Montague|
|Only I…||2015||completed||Orion Smith|
|The Night Shift||2014-2017||TV Series||Dr. Drew Alister|
|Better Call Saul||2016||TV Series||Bauer|
|Real Detective||2016||TV Series documentary||Detective Mike Ciesynski|
|The Last Transmission||2016||Short||Delta Sierra Juliet|
|Longmire||2013-2015||TV Series||Greg Collette|
|Guardians of the Galaxy||2014||Corpsman Dey’s Partner|
|Roswell FM||2014||Jay Rathbone|
|House of Secrets||2014||TV Movie||Tyler|
|Silent Night||2012/I||Deputy Jordan|
|Adopting Terror||2012||TV Movie||Kevin Anderson|
|A Christmas Kiss||2011||TV Movie||Adam Hughes|
|X: First Class||2011||Communications Officer|
|Fort McCoy||2011||Sgt. Dominic Rossi|
|And Baby Will Fall||2011||TV Movie||David Rose|
|Ice Quake||2010||TV Movie||Michael Webster|
|CSI: NY||2010||TV Series||Al Branson|
|The Making of ‘Nemesis Game’||2003||Video short||Himself|
|2000 ALMA Awards||2000||TV Special||Himself|
|The Teen Choice Awards 2000||2000||TV Special||Himself|
|2008||Viewer’s Choice Award||Gemini Awards||Hottest Canadian Male Star|
|2005||Genie||Genie Awards||Best Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role||Sugar (2004)|
|2001||Saturn Award||Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films, USA||Best Supporting Actor on Television||Roswell (1999)|
|2001||Teen Choice Award||Teen Choice Awards||TV – Choice Sidekick||Roswell (1999)|
|2000||Teen Choice Award||Teen Choice Awards||TV – Choice Sidekick||Roswell (1999)|
Source: IMDb, Wikipedia