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David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson Separate as His Star Continues to Shine

Before Californication even ends, David Duchovny has already had a new show formally picked up by NBC television and this may have led to his break up with Gillian Anderson.

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David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson


It took twenty years since they first worked together for Gillian Anderson and David Duchovny to become a couple. But after several years together, the former X Files costars have ended their relationship. The two reportedly have separated only a few weeks after first publicly acknowledging that they were in a relationship.

The break up may be due, in part, to the fact that Duchovny continues to have a successful television career, while Anderson does not.

Anderson has not had much success since the X Files. Her brief attempts at both movie and singing careers ended in failure. And her recent comeback attempt, a new television show called Crisis, was just cancelled after only one short season on America’s NBC broadcast television network.

Unlike Anderson, Duchovny has starred in a second successful television show, Californication, and already has a new series picked up to star in after his current one ends. This may have caused a strain on the couple’s relationship.

Talk about adding insult to injury: Anderson’s show was cancelled while the same network found room for her boyfriend’s new show.

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