Colonel Feyador is a supporting antagonist in the 1987 James Bond film The Living Daylights. He is a Soviet military commander who supplies his superior General Georgi Koskov with military support in his opium-smuggling scheme. He was portrayed by John Bowe.
Feyador is the commander of a Soviet airfield in Afghanistan, responsible for supplying his superior officer and former comrade Georgi Koskov with troops and military equipment to aid him and Brad Whitaker in smuggling opium. When MI6 agent James Bond and his love interest Kara Milovy are brought to the airfield accused of assassinating General Leonid Pushkin (who was really shot by Whitaker's henchman Necros and isn't really dead either), Feyador has them locked up with the local Mujahedeen commander Kamran Shah. However, they manage to escape, and Shah leads a Mujahedeen force to attack the airfield. In the ensuing battle, Feyador attempts to escape in a petrol truck, but a Mujahedeen rebel throws a grenade under the truck, blowing it up and incinerating him in a fireball.