UPDATE: David is scheduled to be a guest on Last Call with Carson Daly on Friday, December 11, 2009.
Screen caps coming shortly!
Screen captures of David on Extreme Makeover: Home Edition, helping the Stott family:
Film stars and several other celebrities have taken different steps to help the poor and the needy people. The name of famous actor David Duchovny has been added to this list after he helped a family in Illinois to get a better place to live in. He has managed time from his busy shooting schedule and has helped in the reconstruction of the home for the family of a leukemia patient. He has taken part in this renovation work of Extreme Makeover’s team to give a wonderful home to the leukemia survivor.
The last episode of Extreme Makeover: Home Edition showed the effort of Ty Pennington and his team to rebuild the home of a person who suffered from leukemia. The reality series of “Extreme Makeover : Home Edition” has received huge popularity among the people and has undertaken several home renovation works earlier. This episode was even more popular for the participation of David Duchovny.
David Duchovny is a renowned actor of the United States and has featured in different television series. He is remembered for “Califonification” where he plays the role of Hank Moody and in “The X-Files” where portrayed the character of Fox Mulder, a special agent appointed by FBI. Duchovny has been honored with several awards for his acting skills. He has been twice bestowed with the Golden Globe awards in his career.
The full episode in online at ABC.com for those that missed it.
David will be on tonight’s (Nov. 15) Extreme Makeover on ABC:
Extreme Makeover: Home Edition 7-8pm, ABC. David Duchovny takes a break from Californicating to help build a home for a leukemia survivor.
David will also be a guest on The Late Late Show with Craig Fergeson on Wed. November 18 on CBS.
I’m not sure how I missed this, but check out this four part interview with David and Garry Shandling:
There wasn’t much foreplay involved: Showtime has picked up Californication for a fourth season after airing just two episodes of the comedy’s third campaign.
The premium network has ordered another season of the David Duchovy-starrer, with the 12 new episodes set to bow in 2010, according to Showtime Networks president of Entertainment Robert Greenblatt.
The order follows a strong start to the third season, which finds Duchovny’s Hank Moody working as a creative writer professor at a Los Angeles college and encountering a new set of lovely ladies and sundry complications to his family life.The Sept. 28 debut produced a record 821,000 watchers, a 57% jump over Californication’s sophomore season start. The second episode of its third season premiered Oct. 4.
Source: Hollywood Reporter