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Although these parts were small and somewhat insignificant, it was a start and David was able to get his foot in the door.

In 1991, David got offered the role of DEA Dennis Bryson on the acclaimed TV series, Twin Peaks (1990).

The film also starred another up-and-coming young actor, Brad Pitt.

Needless to say, David's talents as an actor would finally be recognized and he would get the acknowledgment that he so richly deserved.

That same year, David was offered the role of FBI Agent Fox "Spooky" Mulder on the long-running TV series The X-Files (1993).

The show was a tremendous international success and propelled David (and his co-star Gillian Anderson) into super-stardom.

To date, David has reprised his role of Fox Mulder in two "X Files" feature films: The X Files (1998) and The X Files: I Want to Believe (2008).

During the initial run of The X-Files (1993), David kept busy and made several films, such as: Return to Me (2000), alongside actress Minnie Driver and the comedy favorite Evolution (2001), with Julianne Moore, Seann William Scott and Orlando Jones.

Needless to say, David's talents as an actor would finally be recognized and he would get the acknowledgment that he so richly deserved.

That same year, David was offered the role of FBI Agent Fox "Spooky" Mulder on the long-running TV series The X-Files (1993).

The show was a tremendous international success and propelled David (and his co-star Gillian Anderson) into super-stardom.

To date, David has reprised his role of Fox Mulder in two "X Files" feature films: The X Files (1998) and The X Files: I Want to Believe (2008).

During the initial run of The X-Files (1993), David kept busy and made several films, such as: Return to Me (2000), alongside actress Minnie Driver and the comedy favorite Evolution (2001), with Julianne Moore, Seann William Scott and Orlando Jones.

David improvised a lot of his own lines of dialogue while on the show and even penned and directed a few episodes.