Saturday, May 7

David Duchovny after his concert at O2 ABC in Glasgow, UK - May 5, 2016

David Duchovny greets fans after his concert at O2 ABC in Glasgow, United Kingdom - May 5, 2016

Friday, May 6

Brain Magazine Interview: 'David Duchovny - When Mulder becomes a singer'

David Duchovny is taking his music to France, nobody saw it coming. However, the interpreter of the cult character Fox Mulder (and much less worshipped Dr. Marris in The Secret) will play with his band at La Cigale on May 12th in Paris. At 55, the star of the small screen will perform his first album, Hell or Highwater.

By: Louis Eustache

Thursday, May 5

X Files star David Duchovny visits Glasgow restaurant - May 4, 2016

David Duchovny got juiced up before his gig at Glasgow's O2 ABC tonight - with a trip to a local health food restaurant. The X Files and Twin Peaks star only has a couple of dates in the UK and was keen to enjoy some of the delights of the city ahead of his concert.

Tuesday, May 3


Californication, electric cars and the leap into music

THE TRUTH is out there — and it’s electric, according to David Duchovny. The 55-year-old actor insists we will soon stop burning petrochemicals and run battery-powered cars instead. The world will be a cleaner and healthier place, he says. It’s certainly a contrast to the dark vision of the future portrayed in The X-Files, the television series that made him famous.

Duchovny’s preferred mode of transport is a Ford C-Max hybrid, which he drives partly because it does not attract attention but mainly because in it he can cruise around his home town of New York on battery power alone.

Sunday, May 1

David Duchovny goes to see "Streetcar" starring Gillian Anderson - April 30, 2016

David Duchovny went to see "A Streetcar Named Desire" featuring Gillian Anderson at St. Ann’s Warehouse in Brooklyn April, 30, 2016.

Forward: Enter David Duchovny’s (Half) Jewish New York, Through His New Novel - April 2016

For both David Duchovny and the protagonist of his latest novel, “Bucky F*cking Dent” (Farrar, Straus and Giroux) literary talent runs in the family. The “X-Files” actor and late-blooming musician is the descendant of several generations New York writers. The son of a Jewish father and a Scottish mother, he grew up in the East Village.

When I sat down with him at Barnes & Noble before a reading he gave last week, I asked, “What’s the most Jewish thing about you?”

“My sense of humor,” he said, without missing a beat.

Mr. Duchovny’s on-screen comic chops are well-known, from his early appearances on the late Garry Shandling’s “Larry Sander’s Show” to his starring roll in “Californication.” But his incisive wit really shines on the page, where he paints scenes so hilarious they might make you spit out your coffee.