Oded and Rhonda Fehr have been involved in the Entertainment industry for many years.

Rhonda (Tollefson) Fehr started her career in the production side of television, then later moved over to film where she worked on such productions as “The Hunt for Red October” and “Medicine Man.” It was on the latter film where she began a working relationship with Sean Connery which eventually led to their partnership and the creation of Fountainbridge Films in 1992. With Rhonda as president, Fountainbridge produced its first film, the dramatic thriller “Just Cause,” with Lee Rich and Warner Bros. in 1994, “Entrapment” in 1999 and “Finding Forrester” in 2000.

With the pregnancy of their first of three children, Rhonda turned her focus to the role of homemaker.

Oded Fehr first caught the attention of moviegoers with his portrayal of the mysterious warrior, Ardeth Bay, in Universal’s blockbuster action films “The Mummy” and “The Mummy Returns.” He went on to star as the hero ‘Carlos’ in the internationally successful franchise “Resident Evil: Apocalypse” and “Resident Evil: Extinction.” Fehr’s wide-ranging feature credits also include the hit comedy “Deuce Bigelow: Male Gigolo.”

Fehr has also made his mark on the small screen, starring in the Showtime series “Sleeper Cell,” ABC’s “V” and USA’s “Covert Affairs.”