WBUR speaks with David Duchovny about what he’s been up to on their segment “On Point.”
by Tom Ashbrook
Actor David Duchovny has a wry way of seducing audiences that slides easily to the outrageous. He was the transvestite DEA agent in “Twin Peaks.” Intrepid agent Fox Mulder in The “X-Files.” Over-the-top bad-boy novelist Hank Moody in “Californication.” He’s coming out next month with a first record. Think Wilco or R.E.M., he likes to say. And he’s out right now with a first novel. A whacky, half-serious fable about a cow, a pig and a turkey looking for a better life. It’s called “Holy Cow.” This hour On Point: we’re talking with actor, now novelist, David Duchovny.
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