David Duchovny

Duchovny at the 2013 [[San Diego Comic-Con International|San Diego Comic-Con]] David William Duchovny ( ; born ) is an American actor, writer, producer and musician. He portrayed FBI agent Fox Mulder on the television series ''The X-Files'' (1993–2002, 2016–2018) and played the writer Hank Moody on the television series ''Californication'' (2007–2014), both of which have earned him Golden Globe awards. Duchovny appeared in both ''X-Files'' films, the 1998 science fiction-thriller of the same name and the supernatural-thriller ''The X-Files: I Want to Believe'' (2008). He executive-produced and starred in the historically based cop drama ''Aquarius'' (2015–2016).

His film work includes minor roles in the coming-of-age black comedy ''Don't Tell Mom the Babysitter's Dead'' (1991), and the family comedy ''Beethoven'' (1992). Also in 1992, he played Roland Totheroh in the biographical comedy-drama ''Chaplin'' with Robert Downey Jr. In the 2000's, he starred in ''Return to Me'' with Minnie Driver (2000), ''Evolution'' with Orlando Jones (2001), ''Connie and Carla'' with Nia Vardalos (2004), ''House of D'' with Robin Williams (2004), and ''The Joneses'' with Demi Moore (2009).

Duchovny holds a B.A. in English literature from Princeton University, and a M.A. in English literature from Yale University, and has since published five books: ''Holy Cow: A Modern-Day Dairy Tale'' (2015), ''Bucky F*cking Dent'' (2016), ''Miss Subways'' (2018), ''Truly Like Lightning'' (2021), and ''The Reservoir'' (2022). Provided by Wikipedia
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