Actor David Duchovny Directs 'House of D' Duchovny, who starred as Agent Fox Mulder in the popular TV show The X-Files, makes his directorial debut House of D, about the Greenwich Village Women's House of Detention, which frequently housed prostitutes.
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Actor David Duchovny Directs 'House of D'

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Actor David Duchovny Directs 'House of D'

Actor David Duchovny Directs 'House of D'

Actor David Duchovny Directs 'House of D'

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Duchovny, who starred as Agent Fox Mulder in the popular TV show The X-Files, makes his directorial debut House of D, about the Greenwich Village Women's House of Detention, which frequently housed prostitutes.

Robin Williams and director David Duchovny on the set of House of D. Larry Watson hide caption

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