Brendan Fehr recently finished a four-season run starring as Drew on the NBC series “The Night Shift.” A former Army medic turned doctor, Drew is proud to be part of the often-ridiculed night shift and engages in mixed martial arts as a way to reduce the stress that comes with the job. Fehr has also been recurring on AMC’s hit series “Better Call Saul.”
Fehr quickly emerged as one of Hollywood’s most versatile talents. With his performance in the popular cult television series “Roswell,” in which he portrayed the quiet and complicated alien Michael Guerin, Fehr gained a loyal fan base. Following that series, he was cast as the co-lead in ABC Family’s television series “Samurai Girl,” in which he played Jake Stanton, a martial arts expert who teaches the daughter of a rich Japanese businessman how to protect herself when she sets out to avenge her brother’s death. In addition, he’s had recurring roles on popular television series such as “CSI: Miami,” in which he played Dan Cooper, “Longmire,” “Nikita,” and “Bones,” in which he portrayed Jared Booth.
Fehr’s feature film credits include The Long Weekend, opposite Chris Klein; Final Destination, Child Star with Jennifer Jason Leigh; Biker Boyz, in which he starred alongside Laurence Fishburne; The Fifth Patient, opposite Peter Bogdanovich and Marley Shelton; Fox’s X-Men: First Class and, most recently, Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy.
Fehr is set to star in the upcoming independent feature film Daughter of the Wolf, opposite Gina Carano and Richard Dreyfuss.
An emerging director, he recently helmed “The Ugly Christmas Sweater” for Lifetime. Fehr resides in New Mexico.