David Duchovny joins host Robin Milling to discuss his new movie Phantom where he portrays an extremist KGB agent aboard a Soviet submarine during the Cold War. David tells Robin no acting was required as far as maneuvering through the tight enclosed spaces as they shot on an actual Russian sub from that era docked in San Diego harbor. Had it been out on the water and submerged, David says he might have felt claustrophobic and panicked.
Duchovny, who is actually of Polish and Ukrainian descent jokes that his last name made him the only authentic Russian on board with co-stars Ed Harris and William Fichtner. He tells Robin his father actually dropped the 'h' from their last name because of constant mispronunciations and felt Italian for awhile with the last name 'Ducovny.'
The Californication star is due back on set in April for season seven playing the irresistible scoundrel Hank Moody. David reveals Moody's appeal reaches women over 70 who stop him on the New York City street declaring their approval.
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