The X-Files TV Show




X-Files Cast


Series Description
    


The X-Files was a 60 minute sci-fi series on the FOX Network. It was about a man and a woman who worked together as investigators for the FBI. Their cases were typically ones that involved strange happenings that were impossible to explain. Special Agent Fox Mulder usually felt that the cause involved the paranormal or aliens from outer space and his partner Special Agent Dana Scully played the skeptic who usually couldn't explain their cases in any other way no matter how hard she tried.

The X-Files Cast

David Duchovny .... Special Agent Fox William Mulder
Gillian Anderson .... Special Agent Dana Katherine Scully
William B. Davis .... Spender, The Cigarette-Smoking Man
Mitch Pileggi .... Assistant Director Walter Sergei Skinner (1994-2002)
Tom Braidwood .... Melvin Frohike (1994-2002)
Dean Haglund .... Ringo Langly (1994-2002)
Bruce Harwood .... John Fitzgerald Byers (1994-2002)
Nicholas Lea .... Alex Krycek (1994-2002)
Sheila Larken .... Margaret Scully (1994-2002)
Steven Williams .... Mr. X (1994-2002)
Chris Owens .... Special Agent Jeffrey Spender (1996-2002)
Brian Thompson .... Alien Bounty Hunter (1995-2000)
Rebecca Toolan .... Mrs. Teena Mulder (1995-2000)
John Neville .... The Well-Manicured Man (1995-1998)
Jerry Hardin .... Deep Throat (1993-1994)


The X-Files Trivia

If you'd like to see the creator of the X-Files, "Chris Carter", you're in luck! He actually appeared a couple of times on the show although his parts were uncredited. He's an FBI Agent in the final episode of season 2 titled, "Anasazi". He also appears as a member of the audience in the 19th episode of the seventh season titled, "Hollywoood, A.D."

Chris Carter was inspired to create The X-Files by another series titled, "Kolchak: The Night Stalker". Kolchak was inspired by the writings of author Richard Matheson. That's where the recurring X-Files' character, "Senator Richard Matheson" got his name!

William B. Davis (the cigarette-smoking man) is actually a non-smoker in real-life. He was able to remain that way by using herbal cigarettes on the set.

The X-Files was one of the first series to be promoted online by listing plot and other information for upcoming episodes.

There were more Cast in the series finale episodes' opening sequences than there were in any other episode. David Duchovny, Gillian Anderson, Annabeth Gish, Robert Patrick, and Mitch Pileggi all appeared for a total of five!

The X-Files was ranked the #2 best Cult Show ever in the May 30, 2004 issue of TV Guide magazine!

Chris Carter has stated that the TV series, "Moonlighting" gave him the idea for Scully and Mulder to have some sexual tension between them without doing anything real about it. Moonlighting also showed Carter that you should never turn such a relationship into a real one. When the characters on Moonlighting got married, the series dropped like a rock in the ratings!

During the X-Files final season, the opening credits included a list of "FBI Contacts, Witnesses, and Contributors." Those names actually came from the names of people who posted messages on the official X-Files message board. In order to use as many as possible, the names were changed for each episode! There were also some other names that were anagrams of the show's characters' names.

Episode #64, "Piper Maru", got its name from Gillian Anderson's daughter, Piper. In episode #103, "Christmas Carol", the young Dana Scully character was played by Gillian's real-life little sister, "Zoe Anderson".


Episodes List With Original Air Dates

The X-Files - The First Season

1... Pilot (9/10/1993)
2... Deep Throat (9/17/1993)
3... Squeeze (9/24/1993)
4... Conduit (10/1/1993)
5... The Jersey Devil (10/8/1993)
6... Shadows (10/22/1993)
7... Ghost In The Machine (10/29/1993)
8... Ice (11/5/1993)
9... Space (11/12/1993)
10. Fallen Angel (11/19/1993)
11. Eve (12/10/1993)
12. Fire (12/17/1993)
13. Beyond The Sea (1/7/1994)
14. Gender Bender (1/21/1994)
15. Lazarus (2/4/1994)
16. Young At Heart (2/11/1994)
17. E.B.E. (2/18/1994)
18. Miracle Man (3/18/1994)
19. Shapes (4/1/1994)
20. Darkness Falls (4/15/1994)
21. Tooms (4/22/1994)
22. Born Again (4/29/1994)
23. Roland (5/6/1994)
24. The Erlenmeyer Flask (5/13/1994)


The X-Files - The Second Season

25. Little Green Men (9/16/1994)
26. The Host (9/23/1994)
27. Blood (9/30/1994)
28. Sleepless (10/7/1994)
29. Duane Barry (10/14/1994)
30. Ascension (10/21/1994)
31. 3 (11/4/1994)
32. One Breath (11/11/1994)
33. Fire Walker (11/18/1994)
34. Red Museum (12/9/1994)
35. Ex-celsius Dei (12/16/1994)
36. Aubrey (1/6/1995)
37. Irresistible (1/13/1995)
38. Die Hand Die Verletzt (1/27/1995)
39. Fresh Bones (2/3/1995)
40. Colony (2/10/1995)
41. End Game (2/17/1995)
42. Fearful Symmetry (2/24/1995)
43. Dod Kalm (3/10/1995)
44. Humbug (3/31/1995)
45. The Calusari (4/14/1995)
46. F. Emasculata (4/28/1995)
47. Soft Light (5/5/1995)
48. Our Town (5/12/1995)
49. Anasazi (5/19/1995)


The X-Files - The Third Season

50. The Blessing Way (9/22/1995)
51. Paper Clip (9/29/1995)
52. D.P.O. (10/6/1995)
53. Clyde Bruckman's Final Repose (10/13/1995)
54. The List (10/20/1995)
55. 2Shy (11/3/1995)
56. The Walk (11/10/1995)
57. Oubliette (11/17/1995)
58. Nisei (11/24/1995)
59. 731 (12/1/1995)
60. Revelations (12/15/1995)
61. War Of The Coprophages (1/5/1996)
62. Syzygy (1/26/1996)
63. Grotesque (2/2/1996)
64. Piper Maru (2/9/1996)
65. Apocrypha (2/16/1996)
66. Pusher (2/23/1996)
67. Teso Dos Bichos (3/8/1996)
68. Hell Money (3/29/1996)
69. Jose Chung's From Outer Space (4/12/1996)
70. Avatar (4/26/1996)
71. Quagmire (5/3/1996)
72. Wetwired (5/10/1996)
73. Talitha Cumi (5/17/1996)


The X-Files - The Fourth Season

74. Herrenvolk (10/4/1996)
75. Home (10/11/1996)
76. Teliko (10/18/1996)
77. Unruhe (10/27/1996)
78. The Field Where I Died (11/3/1996)
79. Sanguinarium (11/10/1996)
80. Musings Of A Cigarette Smoking Man (11/17/1996)
81. Tunguska (11/24/1996)
82. Terma (12/1/1996)
83. Paper Hearts (12/15/1996)
84. El Mundo Gira (1/12/1997)
85. Leonard Betts (1/26/1997)
86. Never Again (2/2/1997)
87. Memento Mori (2/9/1997)
88. Kaddish (2/16/1997)
89. Unrequited (2/23/1997)
90. Tempus Fugit (3/16/1997)
91. Max (3/23/1997)
92. Synchrony (4/13/1997)
93. Small Potatoes (4/20/1997)
94. Zero-Sum (4/27/1997)
95. Elegy (5/4/1997)
96. Demons (5/11/1997)
97. Gethsemane (5/18/1997)


The X-Files - The Fifth Season

98. Redux (11/2/1997)
99. Redux II (11/9/1997)
100. Unusual Suspects (11/16/1997)
101. Detour (11/23/1997)
102. Post-Modern Prometheus (11/30/1997)
103. Christmas Carol (12/7/1997)
104. Emily (12/14/1997)
105. Kitsunegari (1/4/1998)
106. Shizogeny (1/11/1998)
107. Chinga (2/8/1998)
108. Kill Switch (2/15/1998)
109. Bad Blood (2/22/1998)
110. Patient X (3/1/1998)
111. The Red And The Black (3/8/1998)
112. Travelers (3/29/1998)
113. Mind's Eye (4/19/1998)
114. All Souls (4/26/1998)
115. The Pine Bluff Variant (5/3/1998)
116. Folie A Deux (5/10/1998)
117. The End (5/17/1998)


The X-Files - The Sixth Season

118. The Beginning (11/8/1998)
119. Drive (11/15/1998)
120. Triangle (11/22/1998)
121. Dream Land - Part 1 (11/29/1998)
122. Dream Land - Part 2 (12/6/1998)
123. How The Ghosts Stole Christmas (12/13/1998)
124. Terms Of Endearment (1/3/1999)
125. Rain King (1/10/1999)
126. S.R. 819 (1/17/1999)
127. Tithonus (1/24/1999)
128. Two Fathers (2/7/1999)
129. One Son (2/14/1999)
130. Agua Mala (2/21/1999)
131. Monday (2/28/1999)
132. Arcadia (3/7/1999)
133. Alpha (3/28/1999)
134. Trevor (4/11/1999)
135. Milagro (4/18/1999)
136. The Unnatural (4/25/1999)
137. Three Of A Kind (5/2/1999)
138. Field Trip (5/9/1999)
139. Biogenesis - Part 1 (5/16/1999)


The X-Files - The Seventh Season

140. The Sixth Extinction - Part 2 (11/7/1999)
141. The Sixth Extinction II: Amor Fati - Part 3 (11/14/1999)
142. Hungry (11/21/1999)
143. Millennium (11/28/1999)
144. Rush (12/5/1999)
145. The Goldberg Variation (12/12/1999)
146. Orison (1/9/2000)
147. The Amazing Maleeni (1/16/2000)
148. Signs And Wonders (1/23/2000)
149. Sein Und Zeit (2/6/2000)
150. Closure (2/13/2000)
151. X-COPS (2/20/2000)
152. First Person Shooter (2/27/2000)
153. Theef (3/12/2000)
154. En Ami (3/19/2000)
155. Chimera (4/2/2000)
156. All Things (4/9/2000)
157. Brand X (4/16/2000)
158. Hollywood A.D. (4/30/2000)
159. Fight Club (5/7/2000)
160. Je Souhaite (5/14/2000)
161. Requiem (5/21/2000)


The X-Files - The Eighth Season

162. Within - Part 2 (11/5/2000)
163. Without - Part 3 (11/12/2000)
164. Patience (11/19/2000)
165. Roadrunner (11/26/2000)
166. Invocation (12/3/2000)
167. Redrum (12/10/2000)
168. Via Negativa (12/17/2000)
169. Surekill (1/7/2001)
170. Salvage (1/14/2001)
171. Badlaa (1/21/2001)
172. The Gift (2/4/2001)
173. Medusa (2/11/2001)
174. Per Manum (2/18/2001)
175. This Is Not Happening - Part 1 (2/25/2001)
176. Deadalive - Part 2 (4/1/2001)
177. Three Words - Part 3 (4/8/2001)
178. Empedocles (4/22/2001)
179. Vienen (4/29/2001)
180. Alone (5/6/2001)
181. Essence - Part 1 (5/13/2001)
182. Existence - Part 2 (5/20/2001)


The X-Files - The Ninth Season

183. Nothing Important Happened Today (11/11/2001)
184. Nothing Important Happened Today II (11/18/2001)
185. Daemonicus (12/2/2001)
186. 4-D (12/9/2001)
187. Lord Of The Flies (12/16/2001)
188. Trust No 1 (1/6/2002)
189. John Doe (1/13/2002)
190. Hell Bound (1/27/2002)
191. Provenance, Part 1 (3/3/2002)
192. Provenance, Part 2 (3/10/2002)
193. Audrey Pauley (3/17/2002)
194. Underneath (3/31/2002)
195. Scary Monsters (4/7/2002)
196. Improbable (4/14/2002)
197. Jump The Shark (4/21/2002)
198. William (4/28/2002)
199. Release (5/5/2002)
200. Sunshine Days (5/12/2002)
201. The Truth - Part 1 (5/19/2002)
202. The Truth - Part 2 (5/19/2002)




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