The Truth Is Out There
Mulder and Scully dating in real life? Why did we so much want this to be true? If we look at both of their ex-files we see that Gillian Anderson had recently left her boyfriend of six years Mark Griffiths. David Duchovny quietly divorced Tea Leoni in 2009 after being treated for a sex addiction while playing a character on Californication who constantly has sex.
For years on television and in 2 movies we watched a decent chemistry between these two actors and filmdom brought us one of the more anticipated on-screen kisses in some time.
It seemed only natural that eventually these two would hook up. And during the week gossip sources had confirmed that in fact they had. Mulder and Scully as a real life couple is not an alien concept. Actors who work together often carry their fictional feelings into their actual existence.
Here are a couple of Leo's, he just turned 52, she just 44. Rumor has it she even had moved her kids in with David and the two had shacked-up. "Shacked-up" - now there's a phrase that adds authenticity not to mention class to any relationship speculation.
Earlier this year Anderson had told Out magazine that she had had a relationship with a woman, and that occasionally still does but is not 100% gay. Sadly, this makes her even more exciting to most men. Duchovny is perhaps the best tranvestite DEA agent/Twin Peaks/Red Shoe Diaries/FBI/sex addict playboy there's ever been.
Recently Anderson declined to discuss her personal life with the Daily Mail, and this was taken as a sign of further proof they're together. Since the rampant speculation Duchovny has out and out denied they are even dating. To me, (and I've learned this after years of watching X-Files) this means it's uncategorically true. Denial is the ultimate form of deception.
They ARE a couple. I want it to be so. Can't explain why. You do too, right? LEAVE COMMENTS.
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(NOTE: All pictures of the two together are from various professional appearances in years gone by and NOT of the two recently together socially.)