Before David Duchovny became a TV legend by playing FBI agent Fox Mulder on The X-Files, he made his name as a young actor with a breakout guest stint on Twin Peaks playing a different kind of law enforcement officer. For three episodes in the kooky second season of David Lynch’s very strange soap opera, Duchovny portrayed DEA agent Denise Bryson. And for an unspecified number of installments in Showtime’s forthcoming revival of the cult classic, Duchovny will be playing Denise again. Maybe. It would seem this way, judging from this exclusive first photo of the 18-part production, courtesy of the production’s set photographer. But with this show… well, we’ll explain why we’re hedging in just a second.
Friday, March 17
David Duchovny and his son Kyd Miller Duchovny sit next to Bruce Willis while the Cleveland Cavaliers play the New York Knicks at Madison Square Garden in the Big Apple. Duchovny speaks to Willis as the game intensifies. New York City. Feberuary 5, 2017.
Thursday, March 16
David Duchovny with his son, and Cindy Crawford were spotted in Malibu. They were all smiles while enjoying the SoCal sun and checking out local shops. Updated: unknow date of pictures
Thursday, March 9
Hosted by David Duchovny, the 2017 Spring Gala, Come Together, will commemorate John Lennon's legendary contributions to musical history. Lennon's musical influence transcends a single genre or generation, leaving us with visionary albums like John Lennon/Plastic Ono Band, Imagine, and Double Fantasy, and timeless ballads such as "Give Peace a Chance," "Working Class Hero," and "Imagine." Under Executive Music Director T Bone Burnett and Music Director David Mansfield, this one-night-only event in the Kennedy Center Concert Hall will showcase performances by Corinne Bailey Rae, Judy Collins, Shawn Colvin, Amos Lee, Taj Mahal, Steven van Zandt, and Rennie Harris Puremovement in tribute to Lennon's ever-evolving sound from his skyrocketing start with the Beatles in 1960 through his career as a solo artist.
Monday, March 6
Madelaine Duchovny and David Duchnovy attend Golden State Warriors Vs. New York Knicks game at Madison Square Garden on March 5, 2017 in New York City
Sunday, March 5
A beloved actor wakes up one day and he's a best-selling novelist and a recording star.
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The only difference is, this is actually happening to David Duchovny, who has gotten in touch with his inner-Hank Moody (at least, the writing part) and has followed his muse to publish his second novel, "Bucky (Expletive) Dent" and release his debut LP record, "Hell or High Water," which he sings his own lyrics and has been on the road to promote.
And, it's not like Duchovny is quitting his day job anytime soon.
Saturday, March 4
David Duchovny, the actor best known as Agent Fox Mulder on the “X-Files, a novelist, and now a recording artist, once thought he’d be an English professor. “I have a little more than a master’s and a little less than a PhD, whatever that thing is,” he says. Duchovny was recently in Boston for a concert and a reading of his second novel, “Bucky [Expletive] Dent,” which explores family bonds and the rivalry between Yankees and Red Sox fans.
BOOKS: Who were your favorite writers when you were an English major?
DUCHOVNY: At Princeton I wrote my junior paper on Virginia Woolf, and for my senior thesis I wrote on Samuel Beckett. I wrote some about “Between the Acts” and “Mrs. Dalloway’’ but mostly about “To the Lighthouse.” With Beckett I focused, perversely, on his novels, “Molloy,” “Malone Dies,” and “The Unnamable.” That’s when I decided I should never write again. I think it was W.H. Auden who said he was lucky that his first favorite poet was Thomas Hardy, who was a good but not a great poet, because if you are exposed to the greats too soon it can just squash you as a writer.