David Duchovny was born on August 7, 1960 in New York City, New York, United States. After high school, he attended Princeton University where he finished a degree in English Literature. He went on to earn his Master of Arts from Yale University. He started his acting career when he made his screen debut in 1988’s Working Girl.
It was, however, on television that he mostly achieved recognition as an actor, first appearing on the TV shows Twin Peaks and Red Shoe Diaries before landing the role of FBI Special Agent Fox Mulder in The X-Files, playing the part from 1993 to 2002. After his role on the show had ended, he starred in the films Connie and Carla, Trust the Man, and Things We Lost in the Fire, among others. Returning on the small screen, he played Hank Moody in Californication from 2007 to 2014. He now stars as the lead in the new series Aquarius.
Has David Duchovny had Plastic Surgery?
Fans of The X-Files would be surprised to know that its lead actor David Duchovny is now turning 55. The passing of time can be a shocking thing, but most especially because the actor hasn’t seem to change much despite being in his 50s. He looks so young that he will reprise his role of Fox Mulder in the upcoming reboot of The X-Files in 2016.
Due to his amazing quality of turning ageing around, there have been speculations that the actor may have had plastic surgery to help him with his looks. Comparing his present appearance in the 1990s, Duchovny basically appears the same and younger than his actual age. What could be his secret? Incredible genes or an incredible plastic surgeon? If ever he had gone under the knife, the results are fabulous. Unlike other male actors who’ve only look strange after cosmetic procedures, Duchovny actually looks great. That is, if he had any plastic surgery. Otherwise, we can just all conclude that he takes care of himself pretty well.