It’s official. David Duchovny is one of the world’s 50 most beautiful people. It says so right here in People magazine.
But perhaps more than the physical beauty, it’s the Princeton- and Yale-educated actor’s intelligence and quirky, out-of-left-field wit that has fans steaming up the Internet.
Get him started on a subject and you don’t know where that mind will zing. So how do you enjoy working with Bob Goodwin as director, he’s asked.
“He’s easygoing. I know him well. As John [Bartley] said, new directors are like new sex partners,” Duchovny says with a sly grin. “It’s nice when you have someone you know. Who knows how to touch you.”
“Oh, I’m kidding, of course,” he amends a second later. “But seriously, there’s a big element of trust involved. The camera’s in your face. You want someone you can trust even when your biorhythmical mood is off. When your cycle’s off. Like with PMS. I certainly have been PMS-ed from time to time, for the past few months even. The thing is, when I suffer from PMS, everyone else has to, too.” (For the record, he said this with a chuckle.)