|First seen||"The Fourth Hand"|
|Last seen||"The Fourth Hand"|
|Appeared in||1 episode, (see below)|
|Portrayed by||Don A. King|
|Age||Mid 50's to early 60's|
|Cause of Death||Killed in a disaster or drowned.|
- "Look, I'm sorry about Mr. Felman. I wasn't shooting at him, but I have a right to defend my property and that freak, he was banging on my door."
- —Ted to Barbie and Linda about what happened.[src]
Before the DomeEdit
Hardly anything is known about Felman's life before the dome came down, except that he is a resident of Chester's Mill.
Under the DomeEdit
Mr. Felman is seen briefly on the ground clutching his arm, as he was accidentally shot by Ted Utley when he was trying to get Larry off of his property, however the bullet only grazed Mr. Felman's arm.
At some point after this, it is presumed that Mr. Felman was killed by some kind of disaster in the dome or drowned in the lake on Christine's command.
|Season 1 appearances|
|"Pilot"||"The Fire"||"Manhunt"||"Outbreak"||"Blue on Blue"|
|"The Endless Thirst"||"Imperfect Circles"||"Thicker Than Water"||"The Fourth Hand"||"Let the Games Begin"|
|"Speak of the Devil"||"Exigent Circumstances"||"Curtains"|