It is unclear if Dr Odusami, whom the character in the film The Fourth Kind was based on is real, or if he is part of a fiction used to try to make supposed real events seem more credible. At the end of the film it is revealed this was not the real name of the doctor but an alias. Therefore, there is a chance the doctor does exist. It does depend on whether you believe the plot of the film to have been based on true life events or not though.
As the plot of the film, which stars Milla Jovovich, is said to be based on actual events that occurred in Nome Alaska in 2009, the doctor character may well be based on a real life doctor in the town who played a part in the events that are supposed to have taken place in 2000.
The film itself is about a psychologist called Dr Abbey Tyler who uses hypnosis techniques to delve into and recover memories from patients of alien abductions. During some of the supposed abductions some patients speak a strange language and Dr Tyler resorts to calling in a friend of her late husband, Dr Odusami. As an expert in ancient languages, he is reported in the film to have identified it as Sumerian.
I thing that is exist , and I thing that is so selfish visualization that we are(mankind) is the only existent in the all of the univers,. (vahid from iran)
In the movie he was from California, not Nome.
Anyway, it was also said at the end of the film, that it was his alias.