the critics say
stealing every scene he's in is Oded Fehr as the leader of the secret society
watching over Imhotep -- with his strong, beautiful face, flowing black
robes, fount of mystical knowledge, and penchant for self-sacrifice, he's
like a sexy Obi-Wan Kenobi. Fehr is an actor to keep an eye on."
Fehr as Ardeth Bay, leader of the guardians, is intriguing but barely on-screen."
notable exception to that grotesque stereotype is the leader of a band
of mystic tribesmen (played by striking newcomer Oded Fehr). This man wanders
the Sahara, waving his scimitar overhead, but evidently he has time for
regular shampooing and conditioning. How? Ancient Egyptian secret."
supporting cast is equally up to the task. In the future look for the Israeli
actor, Oded Fehr. In The Mummy, he is notable as the leader of a people
that have guarded against the discovery of the cursed Mummy since the days
of ancient Egypt."
runs into Ardeth Bey (Oded Fehr), the tattooed nomad leader, who along
with the Curator (Erick Avari), is trying very unsucessfully to keep everyone
away from Hamunaptra. Ardeth is such a striking character, I found myself
wishing the O'Connell character would find himself slain by a curse upon
those who smirk too much, so I could watch the sand sizzle between Ardeth