Shortlist Interview: DAVID DUCHOVNY "HANK MOODY WOULD PROBABLY HATE ME"

Wednesday, February 25

As an actor, David Duchovny already has a special place in many adults' hearts. Playing Fox Mulder in The X Files, he was one of the heroes of one of the biggest TV shows of the 90s. Then as a personally disastrous writer in Californication he won a new legion of, less alien-obsessed fans in the 2000s.

Now Duchovny is turning novelist. His first book, Holy Cow, is a madcap story of a bovine on a road trip to India. We sat down with Duchovny to talk animals, S&M and further adventures in alien-hunting.

Listen: David Duchovny interview on 'Mark In The Morning'

David Duchovny interview on Mark In The Morning. February 18, 2015








CLIPS: David Duchovny on Meredith Vieira Show - February 24, 2015

David Duchovny is announced to be on Meredith Vieira Show this Tuesday (Feb 24, 2015)


caption below from the official site:

"Actor David Duchovny dishes on his family and addresses rumors of an “X-Files” reunion."

Listen: David Duchovny on BBC Radio 4 - Feb 22, 2015

Tuesday, February 24

David Duchovny speaks about talking cows & his love of William Blake to Mariella Frostrup on BBC Radio 4's "Open Book"
Date: February 22, 2015




Holy Cow Giveaway! List of Winners - Books Signed by David Duchovny

Don't miss your chance to win a hardback copy of 'Holy Cow' signed by David Duchovny!  #HolyCowNovel


UPDATE:
Winners: 
-SDS from Brazil
-MP from Spain
-PK from Canada

All the winners have been notified via email  :)

The Guardian: David Duchovny: ‘I’ve more self-doubt as an actor than as a writer’

Sunday, February 22

David Duchovny is best known for his role as FBI agent Fox Mulder in The X-Files, and as dissolute writer Hank Moody in Californication. He has a BA in English literature from Princeton, where he wrote a dissertation on the early novels of Samuel Beckett, and an MA from Yale. He has now published a novel, Holy Cow, in which a cow called Elsie, a pig called Shalom and a turkey called Tom escape a farm in upstate New York in search of a better life.

'Holy Cow' by David Duchovny enters New York Times BestSellers List

Friday, February 20

Holy Cow by David Duchovny is #16 on the NYT Best Sellers List for Hardcover Fiction.

David Duchovny 'Holy Cow' Book Signing at Barnes & Noble in Los Angeles - Feb 18, 2015 (Part II)

Thursday, February 19

David Duchovny Book attends the discussion for his book 'Holy Cow' at Barnes & Noble bookstore at The Grove on February 18, 2015 in Los Angeles, California. Among friends in attendance were Chris Carter and Aquarius co-star Claire Holt

David Duchovny 'Holy Cow' Book Signing at Barnes & Noble at The Grove Los Angeles - Feb 18, 2015

David Duchovny signs copies of his book 'Holy Cow: A Modern-Day Dairy Tale' at Barnes & Noble at The Grove Los Angeles. February 18, 2015

WATCH: David Duchovny on 'The Talk' - February 17, 2015

Monday, February 16

Actor David Duchovny discusses his penning first novel, “Holy Cow” about an adventurous cow called Elsie.  'The Talk' Tuesday! Feb 17, 2015


David Duchovny and son step out in Malibu - Feb 13, 2015

David Duchovny and son Kyd Miller Duchovny step out for a morning drink in Malibu. February 13, 2015

David Duchovny album: New Song Title Revealed!

Sunday, February 15

New update from thinksay website:
Still snowing so I made some hot chocolate and just watched Rachael Ray. I saw David Duchovny and Rachael talking about our video teaser for "Let it Rain."
We have been getting such a great response that we've decided we'll release some more teaser clips of David making the record.
Here's a screen shot for the newest teaser for "Positively Madison Avenue."
Stay tuned for the full release!
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David Duchovny on 'Real Time' with Bill Maher - Feb 13, 2015

Saturday, February 14

David Duchovny was on Real Time with Bill Maher to promote his book Holy Cow. See some clips below. 

David Duchovny leaving 'Today Show' on Feb 10, 2015

David Duchovny departs the 'Today' show at the NBC studios in Manhattan. February 10, 2015

Watch: David Duchovny on 'Rachael Ray Show' - Feb 10, 2015

Thursday, February 12

How David Duchovny Brought Rach to Tears & Our First-Ever Dog Adopt-a-Thon 

Get ready for a full hour of puppies! The host of the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show is helping tons of pooches find new homes with our first-ever adopt-a-thon, and you won't want to miss a minute of the adorable action. Then, David Duchovny is chatting about his new book, new music and new show. Plus, he's dishing out dating advice to our audience! And, Rachael’s making a crispy chicken dinner!  All new on Tuesday 10th! 
Full show:


Daily Beast Interview: David Duchovny Makes a Moo Point With Weird New Cow Novel

The X-Files and Californication star talks about his new novel with a cow as its protagonist, the dos and don’ts of criticism, and the possibility of an X-Files reunion. Best known for his star turns on The X Files and Californication, David Duchovny is introducing new facets of his artistic side in 2015. While he is also expected to release a record later in the year, the droll thespian is now out with his debut novel, Holy Cow: A Modern Day Dairy Tale.

David Duchovny at 'Holy Cow' Book Signing in NYC - Feb 11, 2015

Wednesday, February 11

David Duchovny signs copies of his book 'Holy Cow' at Barnes & Noble Union Square on February 11, 2015 in New York City

LISTEN: David Duchovny interview on NPR 'On Point' - February 11, 2015

Actor David Duchovny has a wry way of seducing audiences that slides easily to the outrageous. He was the transvestite DEA agent in “Twin Peaks.” Intrepid agent Fox Mulder in The “X-Files.” Over-the-top bad-boy novelist Hank Moody in “Californication.” He’s coming out next month with a first record. Think Wilco or R.E.M., he likes to say. And he’s out right now with a first novel. A whacky, half-serious fable about a cow, a pig and a turkey looking for a better life. It’s called “Holy Cow.” This hour On Point: we’re talking with actor, now novelist, David Duchovny.

WATCH: David Duchovny on 'Morning Joe' - February 11, 2015

David Duchovny shares details from his novel, "Holy Cow," in which a cow, pig and turkey journey to the Middle East. He also talks about his new show, "Aquarius" and new album, "Hell or High Water."

WATCH: David Duchovny on the 'Today Show' - Feb 10, 2015

Tuesday, February 10

David Duchovny has a 'Holy Cow' moment with new book: 'I didn't write it with a moral'

Though he was the star of "Californication," which ended last June after seven seasons, many fans still mostly think of David Duchovny from his days as Fox Mulder on "The X-Files." Well, time to put both of those items further down on his resume: Duchovny is now a published author and the new star of the upcoming NBC drama "Aquarius".

Salon Interview: David Duchovny on 'Holy Cow', 'Aquarius', 'X-Files' return, 'Twin Peaks' and more

Monday, February 9

“I would rather my child see a pig circumcised than a deer’s mom getting killed”: David Duchovny on his madcap fairy tale “Holy Cow”

We talked to the actor about the "X-Files'" return, becoming a novelist and what he really thinks about Vancouver

David Duchovny will be on 'Today' & 'Rachael Ray' (2/10/2015)

Friday, February 6

TODAY on NBC

Tuesday, February 10
(9-10 a.m.) David Duchovny on his book, Holy Cow. Chrissy Teigen on Today. Tamron's Tuesday Trend. Eugene Levy and Catherine O'Hara on Schitt's Creek. Retta on Parks and Recreation.

WATCH FULL: David Duchovny on Late Night with Seth Meyers - Feb 5, 2015

Thursday, February 5

LATE NIGHT WITH SETH MEYERS -- Episode 0159 --  Actor David Duchovny during an interview on February 5, 2015

Time Out: David Duchovny on writing his debut novel, Holy Cow

Wednesday, February 4

The actor and erstwhile literary scholar turned his idea for a kids’ film into one brilliant, irreverent book
Best known for playing eccentric characters on The X-Files and Californication (which are both streaming on Netflix), it’s no surprise David Duchovny has a quirky side. But who knew that the star actually studied English literature and began a Ph.D. program before focusing on acting? Now he’s returned to his literary roots by publishing his first book, Holy Cow, a hilarious allegorical tale about a doomed American dairy cow named Elsie who decides to move to India. As if you needed another reason to swing by the bookstore to pick up a copy, we caught up with Duchovny to talk about his writing inspirations and adding “novelist” to his résumé. 

Photos: David Duchovny singing + Hell or High Water music album updates! February 3, 2015

More updates from David Duchovny's music album Hell or High Water:

WATCH FULL: David Duchovny on 'Live with Kelly & Michael' - Feb 4, 2015


WATCH: Kirkus TV Interview with Writer, Actor and Director David Duchovny

Tuesday, February 3

Elsie Bovary is a cow, and a pretty happy one at that—her long, lazy days are spent eating, napping, and chatting with her best friend, Mallory. One night, Elsie and Mallory sneak out of their pasture; but while Mallory is interested in flirting with the neighboring bulls, Elsie finds herself drawn to the farmhouse. Through the window, she sees the farmer’s family gathered around a bright Box God—and what the Box God reveals about something called an “industrial meat farm” shakes Elsie’s understanding of her world to its core. HOLY COW is actor David Duchovny’s first novel. “Between the book's sly humor, gently humanist (animalist?) message and wry illustrations by Natalya Balnova, this is a pseudo-children's book that smart adults should greatly enjoy,” our reviewer wrote in a starred review.

NPR: From The Ivy League To 'The X-Files': David Duchovny's Big Break

As part of a series called "My Big Break," All Things Considered is collecting stories of triumph, big and small. These are the moments when everything seems to click, and people leap forward into their careers.

Here's something you probably know about David Duchovny: He played one of the 1990s' most iconic roles, FBI agent Fox Mulder in The X-Files.

Here's something you probably don't know about David Duchovny: Only six years before landing that role, he was a Ph.D. student studying literature at Yale University, planning to become a writer.

In fact, he'd originally planned to be a poet.

USA Today: 'Holy Cow'! David Duchovny writes a novel

Monday, February 2

Actor David Duchovny, 54, is trying on a new role with the publication of his first novel, Holy Cow, about a talking cow, pig and turkey that go on the lam when they discover they're destined for the dinner table. The star of Californication,The X-Files(who says he's on board for a limited-series return) and the upcoming Aquarius on NBC spoke with USA TODAY's Jocelyn McClurg from his apartment on Central Park West. "Wow, I just saw a hawk fly by," he reports.

Q: You're a literary guy. You have a master's in literature from Yale and were working on a Ph.D. when you instead became an actor. Is this a dream come true, to write a novel?

A: I'd say if you would have asked me when I was 19 or 20 what are you, what do you want to be, I would have said a writer. The way I got into acting, I thought let me try my hand at playwriting, and if I'm going to do that I should learn something about acting. I've always thought of myself as a writer. I got to write some of the X-Files (episodes), I've written (the 2004 film) House of D, I've written a couple other screenplays that I may or may not now turn into novels since it's so hard to get an independent film made. This feels more natural than what's happened in the last 20 years for me.

WATCH: 'Aquarius' Sneak Peak with David Duchovny- UPDATED in HD

Sunday, February 1

NBC has offered a short look at their upcoming crime drama, "Aquarius," starring David Duchovny. Duchovny's last major starring role in a network series was "The X-Files." Since then, the actor has led Showtime's "Californication," but as the trailer proclaims, Duchovny is making a full-fledged return to network TV.  UPDATED


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