You know her best as FBI special agent Dana Scully from the hit show “The X-Files,” but now Gillian Anderson is bringing her star power to an important issue with her newest film, “Sold.” The movie tells the story of a young girl who’s sold into a human sex trafficking ring in modern-day India, and the lengths she goes to get her freedom back.
I’ve added screencaps of Gillian talking about the pay gap between her x-files co star David Duchovny. You can also see a video below,enjoy!
Check out the interview with Gillian and Jamie about ‘The Fall’ Season.
Remebering ‘The Fall’ returns Sunday, November 9 on RTE One and Monday, November 10 on BBC Two:
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The X-Files: For nine heart-pounding seasons, Chris Carter’s groundbreaking sci-fi saga kept both believers and skeptics glued to their televisions, thanks to the unmistakable chemistry between stars Gillian Anderson and David Duchovny. “Gillian and I got [to the audition] about the same time, and we ended up running lines in the hallway,” recalls Duchovny. “We had developed a comfort level with each other when we did the audition. Over time, we grew into ourselves as actors, and refined what those characters meant to each other.”
GILLIAN Anderson found fame as a sceptical alien hunter on the X-Files but her discovery of period drama, and small indie film roles have brought her real contentment.
When Gillian Anderson arrives for our interview she has to take a moment before we begin. She’s moving house tomorrow and looks distinctly discombobulated. “I just need to put my mind in the zone,” she says with a polite smile. “Too many things going on.” She rests her face in her hands for a few seconds while she composes herself, takes a breath and switches on. Moving house is a stressful business, though the 44-year-old actress has plenty of experience of it.
She purchased her first home, in Vancouver, in her early twenties and has bought, renovated and sold a dozen since then: “I generally find houses that need to be done up, that have personalities that feel like they make sense for that particular time in my life.”
Two FBI agents, Fox Mulder the believer and Dana Scully the skeptic, investigate the strange and unexplained while hidden forces work to impede their efforts.
As the Russian conflict with Napoleon reaches its peak, five aristocratic families face the possibility of their lives being changed forever.
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