you were just a child, there’s a certain level of maturity and experience you don’t have,” Fehr mused.
“Looking back on it, it’s taught me how to be a better actor in terms of being professional and appreciating what you have…
In 2008, he starred as Jake Stanton in the ABC mini-series Samurai Girl, and had a recurring role as the character Jared Booth on Bones. He also guest-starred in two episodes of Nikita (TV series). Drew Alister, an Army vet and surgeon at a San Antonio hospital, in the NBC drama The Night Shift.
In 2011, Fehr played a businessman in A Christmas Kiss and the navigator of a U. The show was renewed for a fourth season, which will take place in 2017.
There’s a very real, honest human emotional feeling to it, and had all the metaphors of being a teenager and being somebody who was really trying to find themselves …
I feel like that’s something everybody wants, to just be seen for who they are and appreciated, and what Jason did so wonderfully in his script was that there’s no hiding in that, there’s no pretense, [Max’s reactions are] just coming from his very naked, honest perspective, and [Liz] gets to see it.
In 2008, Fehr won a Gemini Award for "Hottest Canadian Male TV Star". Drew Alister on the NBC drama The Night Shift and Lance Montgomery on Days of our Lives.
Those human elements of just wanting to be understood, I was very drawn to, and then to have the science fiction element that ties it together with these experiences, like a first kiss — what that might look like — we were able to show that in a very different way.” Fehr admitted that while he had originally auditioned for the role of Max, he really fought to play Michael, because the character was “an outsider of the outsiders.” The actor also seemed to consider the job an important learning experience, and seemed to imply that he might’ve done things differently if given the chance.
“I get to look back on all the mistakes I made in terms of how I handled things …
In a surreal turn, “Jersey Shore” star Nicole “Snooki” Polizzi — apparently a diehard fan of the short-lived but much-beloved series — flew in from the East Coast specifically to attend the reunion panel, and even asked a question during the Q&A.
(The reality star wanted to know whether the cast believes in aliens — Appleby and Delfino said yes, for the record.) Katims recalled reading the first book in the young adult series that spawned the show and admitted to being “charmed” by the central love story and larger, more mythic themes.