David Duchovny and Téa Leoni Separated
Although he was just got out from sex rehabilitation clinic, but apparently David Duchovny had to gain something and lose something. He and wife, actress Téa Leoni were reportedly not together anymore.
Duchovny and Leoni had been married for 11 years, but the couple separated some time ago. As said in a statement released Wednesday by the pair’s publicists, “In light of continuous speculation over the lives and marriage of Téa Leoni and David Duchovny, the couple has confirmed that they have in fact been separated for several months. The couple had hoped to keep this separation private for the sake of their children.”
The actor who played FBI Special Agent Fox Mulder in sci-fi series The X-Files and Leoni, who was known for her role as Jim Carrey’s wife in Fun with Dick and Jane, married in May 1997 and blessed with a 9-year-old daughter, Madelaine West Duchovny and a 6-year-old son, Kyd Miller Duchovny. It was a second marriage for Leoni and a first for Duchovny. No further details from both parties about the separation.
Duchovny was honored with a Golden Globe Award as Best Actor in a comedy last January for his role as Hank Moody, an oversexed single dad and a womanizing novelist on the U.S. television series Californication. His next project is to work on a new movie titled The Joneses. While Leoni currently starring in the comedy Ghost Town.
Best wishes for both, hopefully the separation is the best choice taken. Looks like case closed for Agent Mulder.