Canadian-born Brendan Fehr, originally seeking out a modeling career, found his calling with acting, and auspiciously put his brooding good looks and watchability to use with a breakthrough role on the sci-fi/teen drama series "Roswell" (The WB. 1999-2001; UPN, 2001-2002). The actor got his start just two years prior, with a guest role on an episode of the short-lived 1997 Vancouver-filmed teen series "Breaker High" (UPN) before landing work on the Fox sci-fi drama "Millennium" (also lensed in Vancouver), appearing in episodes from each of the series' three seasons (1996-1999). He was featured alongside Cheryl Ladd in the Fox Family Channel sci-fi thriller "Perfect Little Angels" after taking a role with the actress in the USA Network TV movie "Every Mother's Worst Fear"(both 1998). While Fehr didn't play the title predator in the latter, he proved an effective villain in the 1999 fact-based ABC movie "Our Guys: Outrage in Glen Ridge." His sinister turn as the police lieutenant's son, a repugnantly cruel and loudmouthed athlete accused along with a gang of his friends of raping a mentally challenged neighborhood girl, was appropriately disturbing and not easily forgotten, the actor more than holding his own alongside co-stars including Ally Sheedy and Eric Stoltz.