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A week later, Duchovny's lawyer said that he planned to sue the Daily Mail over an article it ran that claimed he had had an affair with Hungarian tennis instructor Edit Pakay while married to Leoni, a claim that Duchovny has denied.
revival — Duchovny confirms that he’s seen the continuation’s first script and offers this tease.
Duchovny appeared in half of the season eight episodes, but did not appear in season nine until the series finale in 2002.
He also provided the voice for a parody of his Mulder character in, the episode "The Springfield Files" of the animated comedy series The Simpsons. Duchovny caused controversy when it became public that he was the primary reason for which filming of The X-Files series was moved from Vancouver, British Columbia, to Los Angeles in 1998.
Duchovny also directed "Judas on a Pole", an episode of Bones, during the show's second season.
Duchovny has played Hank Moody, a troubled, womanizing, novelist in Showtime's series Californication.
In 1992, he played the role of Rollie Totheroh, in the biographic film Chaplin, directed by Richard Attenborough and based on the life of Charlie Chaplin.
In 1993, Duchovny began starring in the science fiction series The X-Files, as FBI Special Agent Fox Mulder, a conspiracy theorist who believed his sister had been abducted by aliens.
According to X-Files creator Chris Carter, Duchovny turned out to be one of the best-read people he knew.
The next year he appeared in two scenes in Working Girl (1988).
He had a recurring role as a transgender DEA agent on the series Twin Peaks and played the narrator and host in the long-running Showtime erotica/soft-core TV series Red Shoe Diaries.
After she split with her partner of six years, Mark Griffiths, Gillian began talking to the press about her bisexuality.
David William Duchovny (born August 7, 1960) is an American actor, writer, producer, director, novelist, and singer-songwriter.
He executively produced and starred in the historically based cop drama Aquarius (2015–16). His father was Jewish; Duchovny's paternal grandfather was a Jewish emigrant from Berdychiv, Russian Empire (now in Ukraine), and Duchovny's paternal grandmother was a Jewish emigrant from Russian Poland (now in Poland). The title of his senior thesis was The Schizophrenic Critique of Pure Reason in Beckett's Early Novels.