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Duchovny is a former vegetarian and, as of 2007, is a pescetarian.
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.
But if I wasn't married to a woman that lives in L. In the final episode of the series, he performed a parody of Sharon Stone's 'flashing' scene from Basic Instinct and a parody of Dr.
Hannibal Lecter being introduced to Agent Clarice Starling in The Silence of the Lambs. Duchovny provided the voice of Ethan Cole in the 2005 video game Area 51, as well as that of the title character "XIII" in the 2003 video game XIII.
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 1992 he had a small role in the family film Beethoven.
On Saturday morning (August 31, 2019) the American Sun-Times reported David Duchovny and girlfriend, to be shopping for engagement rings.
Spotnitz further stated that Duchovny was behind some of the main characteristic ideas behind Mulder.
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). in English literature from Princeton University, and an M. in English literature from Yale University, and has since published three books, Holy Cow: A Modern-Day Dairy Tale (2015), Bucky F*cking Dent (2016) and Miss Subways (2018). The title of his senior thesis was The Schizophrenic Critique of Pure Reason in Beckett's Early Novels.
He executive-produced and starred in the historically based cop drama Aquarius (2015–16). Duchovny appeared in an advertisement for Löwenbräu beer in 1987.
In 2005, Duchovny, who had already made his directorial debut with an episode of The X-Files, wrote, directed, and appeared in the feature film House of D.
Duchovny also directed "Judas on a Pole", an episode of Bones, during the show's second season.
In March 2014, NBC announced that a new TV series, entitled Aquarius, would be produced starring Duchovny.