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David Duchovny back for more Californication

Hank Moody, the hero of Showtime’s comedy “Californication,” is a roguish struggling novelist who says whatever is on his mind and feels a tug from every member of the opposite sex.

He might get into less trouble if he kept his lip buttoned and his fly zipped. But that wouldn’t be Hank, nor would it be “Californication,” which mines laughs (and, occasionally, gasps) from Hank’s erotic misadventures, and those of his sexed-up fellow travellers.

Starring David Duchovny, “Californication” begins its third season Monday, Sept. 28 on Movie Central and The Movie Network with Hank landing a much-needed teaching job at a local college. This is thanks to a professor who is the sexy mother of a friend of Hank’s teenage daughter Becca (Madeleine Martin).

Here in academia, Hank is primed to seduce his new colleague (whose husband, the dean of the college, is his boss), while a graduate assistant and a sassy coed are also on Hank’s radar.

“I call it adult comedy,” says Duchovny, “but not in the Triple-X sense. It’s adult comedy because the characters are acting foolish but not acting like children. I see most mainstream American comedies with adults acting like children. Hank is childish, but he’s not a child. He’s a man acting childishly.”


Jimmy Kimmel Live Media

Photos and a video clip of David on Jimmy Kimmel Live on September 22, 2009 promoting the third season of Californication:

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Everything’s Good at Home, Says David Duchovny

David Duchovny appeared happy to be at the Toronto Film Festival, where he’s promoting his new movie The Joneses, except for one thing: He was without his wife, Téa Leoni, and their kids, Madelaine West, 10, and Kyd Miller, 7.

“I had to leave them this morning to come here – that’s tough,” Duchovny, 49, told PEOPLE at the film’s Sunday premiere. Though last fall the couple separated, that was then. Now at home, he says, “Everything is great.”

After calling Leoni, whom he married in 1997, a “great partner, wife, and mother” (and a killer on the tennis court, to boot), Duchovny talked up his cross-country family vacation over the summer. His favorite part of the journey? “Just being with my kids and watching them open up,” he tells PEOPLE. “Just watching them relate to new people and new experiences – it’s just great seeing them as little people.”

Derrick Borte, director of The Joneses, added that it became evident during the filming of the movie just how devoted a family man Duchovny is.

Dad Duty
“I’d go visit him in his trailer and one of them is hiding in the cabinets in there and they’re running around… climbing all over him,” says Borte.

But that’s not to say the Californication star’s on daddy duty all the time.

“He’s a prankster and a jokester and really keeps everybody fresh and loose just by his humor,” Borte says, adding that he could share any of Duchovny’s jokes “without bleeping things out. But [he’s] just a very funny guy. Very warm and giving and fun to work with … And the smartest guy in the room.”

Source: People Magazine

Leno Media Update

Media from David’s appearance on The Tonight Show, Feb. 12, 2008:

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He may have found success again in the hit TV show ‘Californication’ but to millions David Duchovny will always be Special Agent Fox Mulder. Having played Mulder since 1993, Duchovny now, after six years, returns to his most iconic role. The long-anticipated second film, based on the phenomenally popular, award-winning series The X-Files reunites the series stars under the direction of series creator Chris Carter, who co-wrote the screenplay with Frank Spotnitz. Here, Duchovny talks to us about bringing the team back together, working with Gillian Anderson and going head to head with the Dark Knight at the box office.

Jimmy Kimmel Live Media

Photos and a video clip of David on Jimmy Kimmel Live on July 30, 2008 promoting The X-Files: I Want to Believe:

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