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Executive producer Frank Spotnitz called Duchovny "amazingly smart".
Spotnitz further stated that Duchovny was behind some of the main characteristic ideas behind Mulder.
As a social activist, Duchovny is supportive of environmentalism and an enthusiast for electric vehicle technology.
He appeared as a part of the 2011 Tribeca Film Festival in support of the film Revenge of the Electric Car.
On April 24, 1999, Leoni gave birth to a daughter, Madelaine West Duchovny.
He had a recurring role as a transgender DEA agent on the series Twin Peaks and played the narrator and host in the long-running Showtime erotica/soft-core TV series Red Shoe Diaries.He also provided the voice for a parody of his Mulder character in the episode "The Springfield Files" of the animated comedy series The Simpsons. Duchovny caused controversy when it became public that he was the primary reason for which filming of The X-Files series was moved from Vancouver, British Columbia, to Los Angeles in 1998.Many residents of Vancouver were upset with Duchovny over scripted jokes on Late Night with Conan O'Brien about the city's heavy rainfall; he joked, "Vancouver is a very nice place, if you like 400 inches of rainfall a day." (Duchovny's character Mulder would later reference this joke in the Season 5 episode "Schizogeny".) He also stated, "Of course, I'm tired of the rain. It's a lovely city." During the run of The X-Files, he also made several guest appearances in the cult TV satire The Larry Sanders Show, playing himself, but adding a strong attraction to Sanders.During The X-Files run, in between the fifth and sixth seasons, Duchovny co-starred alongside Gillian Anderson in simply titled The X-Files, a 1998 motion picture that continued the X-Files storyline.Duchovny appeared in half of the season eight episodes, but did not appear in season nine until the series finale in 2002.