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DAVID DUCHOVNY (Ira) is best known for his starring role in the long-running series "The X-Files.”  His portrayal of FBI Agent Mulder brought him a Golden Globe Award for Best Actor in a Drama Series, as well as two Emmy Award nominations, three more Golden Globe nominations, five individual Screen Actors Guild Award (SAG) nominations, and two more SAG nominations, shared with the cast.  In addition, Duchovny was nominated for an Emmy for Outstanding Guest Actor in a Comedy Series and won an American Comedy Award for his appearance on "The Larry Sanders Show.”

On the big screen, Duchovny was recently seen in the romantic comedy "Return to Me,” in which he starred opposite Minnie Driver, under the direction of Bonnie Hunt.  He also starred in the feature film "The X-Files,” and the action thriller "Playing God,” with Timothy Hutton and Angelina Jolie.

He previously earned critical acclaim for his work in such diverse films as "Kalifornia,” with Brad Pitt and Juliette Lewis; "The Rapture,” opposite Mimi Rogers; and "Julia Has Two Lovers,” in which he turned in a much-heralded performance as a telephone hustler.  His earlier film roles also include Charlie Chaplin's longtime confidant and cameraman, Roland "Rollie” Totheroh, in Richard Attenborough's "Chaplin,” starring Robert Downey, Jr.; and the evil yuppie determined to take over Charles Grodin's company in the family hit "Beethoven,” produced by Ivan Reitman.

On television, Duchovny is still recognized for his role as transvestite DEA Agent Dennis/Denise Bryson in David Lynch's groundbreaking television series "Twin Peaks.”  He also served for four seasons as the narrator in Zalman King's erotic anthology series "Red Shoe Diaries,” which began as a feature length telefilm for Showtime.

Moving behind the camera, Duchovny recently wrote and directed two episodes of "The X-Files.”

Born and raised in New York City, Duchovny attended Princeton University and received his Masters Degree in English Literature from Yale.  He was on the way to earning his Ph.D. when he decided on an acting career.  He has appeared on stage in such plays as "The Copulating Machine of Venice, California,” and "Green Cockatoo.”

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