The married couple, who separated three years ago, reportedly rekindled their relationship on a family vacation.
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David Duchovny and Téa Leoni appear to have rekindled their on-and-off romance. The married couple, who has been separated since 2011, was spotted looking unmistakingly affectionate during a recent family holiday to Fire Island in New York last month. An eyewitness told Star magazine: ”They were smiling and cuddling up with one another. They walked hand in hand and shared a kiss.” The insider said their two children, daughter Madelaine, 15, and son Kyd, 12, seemed to be thrilled that they are back together, adding: ”They seemed like the perfect family.”
In another instance, the two were seen enjoying each other’s company on the beach in Malibu, California, sitting close together on the sand, laughing, and “having a great time”, according to The Daily Mail.
The two married in 1997 after meeting five years earlier when they both auditioned for a spot on “The Tonight Show”. They initially separated in 2008, with Duchovny checking into a facility to be treated for sex addiction the same year. They later reconciled, but split once again in 2011.
Neither actor filed for divorce, but the pair seemed to be moving on from the failed relationship last year by putting its marital home in New York up for sale.
During their separation, the 53 year-old “Californication” star also rumoredly began a relationship with actress Gillian Anderson – his co-star in the 1990’s sci-fi hit show “The X-Files”. Gossip website Celeb Dirty Laundry reported back in May that the rumored-couple has split-up after NBC cancelled Anderson’s show “Crisis”, and announced it will be replaced by “Aquarius” – a new show starring Duchovny.
Duchovny recently ended his 7-year tenure on Showtime’s acclaimed comedy-drama series “Californication”, where he played Hank Moody, a novelist, who – not unlike the actor who portrayed him – is addicted to sex.
Speaking about his own sex addiction, Duchovny previously said: ”Sex, to me, means I can forget myself. It’s just the moment. I heard that skiing is even better than sex. It could be possible – but I’m not a skier.”
David Duchovy has appeared or starred in more than sixty different movies and television shows.
Born in New York City, the actor graduated with a B.A. in English literature in 1982 from the Ivy League Princeton University in New Jersey. He also earned an M.A. in English literature from another Ivy League school, Yale.
Duchovny’s first major movie appearance was a small part in 1988’s “Working Girl”. In 1991 he appeared in David Lynch’s cult television series “Twin Peaks”, as a transvestite FBI agent.
Duchovny catapulted to stardom in 1993 when he played another – more famous – agent, Special Agent Fox Mulder, in the cult, Emmy-winning sci-fi series “The X-Files”.
In the same year he starred alongside Brad Pitt in the horror road film “Kalifornia”.
Since 2007 he starred in Showtime’s Emmy-winning show “Californication”, which ended its run on June 29, 2014.
Duchovny’s next project, NBC’s thriller series “Aquarius”, in which he plays a 1960’s police sergeant who find himself on the heels of the Manson Family – known for the gruesome murders of Roman Polanski’s wife, Sharon Tate, and several other people – is scheduled to premiere in early 2015.