David Duchovny is not only an actor, but also writer, producer and director and a singer/songwriter. Best known for his role as FBI Agent Fox Mulder on the long-running TV series The X-Files, he is also recognized for his brilliant portrayal of Hank Moody in the TV series Californication, which earned him a Golden Globe in 2003.
Duchovny received his BA in English Literature from Princeton University and his Masters in English Literature from Yale University. He began his career by acting in commercials soon crossing over into films and television, and was eventually offered the role of DEA Dennis Bryson on the TV series Twin Peaks. In 1993, Duchovny got the lead role in the independent film Kalifornia, along side Brad Pitt. This film became a cult favorite among fans. In 2015, Duchovny released his first musical album Hell or Highwater which was considered soulful and down to earth by his fans. He also plays a police sergeant investigating petty criminal and rising cult leader Charles Manson in the NBC TV series, Aquarius.
David Duchovny has appeared in over 30 films, 18 television shows or series, and has been nominated for countless awards.