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Also Known As: David William Duchovny Died:
Born: August 7, 1960 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: New York City, New York, USA Profession: Cast ... actor screenwriter model director meat delivery person bartender caterer English teacher life guard
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Actor David Duchovny rose to fame in the early 1990s as paranormal-obsessed FBI agent Fox Mulder on the hit television series "The X-Files" (1993-2002). Duchovny's understated but convincing delivery - no small feat in the face of the show's far out UFO/government conspiracy subject matter - helped make him an idol among TV viewers and pop culture aficionados. Such was the public's identification of the actor as Agent Mulder, Duchovny struggled to find a project with a similarly wide audience after departing his still popular show in 2001. Regardless, he kept busy with a wide variety of films and television shows, including "House of D" (2005), which he wrote and directed, and the Showtime series "Californication" (Showtime, 2007- ), but it was the paranoid FBI agent with an affinity for sunflower seeds who would remain his most compelling creation.

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