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Dana Scully is a central character featured in the Fox Network television series The X-Files. Played by actress Gillian Anderson, she appeared in all 201 episodes of the series. The character was also featured in the two X-Files feature films, The X-Files: Fight the Future and The X-Files: I Want to Believe. Anderson's Agent Scully was also featured in the 1998 The X-Files video game and the 2004 The X-Files: Resist or Serve video game. The character has also been featured in countless novels and comic book series based on The X-Files.
Notes & Trivia Edit
- The character of Dana Scully was created by director Robert Mandel and series creator, developer and executive producer Chris Carter.
- On the episode of , Gillian Anderson played a character named Data Nully, an obvious tip of the hat to the character of Dana Scully.
- Scully's FBI badge number is JTT0331613.
- Scully and Mulder's respective fathers are both named William. Note: Later episodes reveal that C.G.B. Spender is Mulder's biological father, but throughout most of the series it is believed that William Mulder is his father.
- Actress Téa Leoni played Dana Scully in the "Hollywood A.D."]] episode of The X-Files. Leoni is the wife of Gillian Anderson's X-Files co-star David Duchovny.
- In the pilot episode of the CW Network television series Supernatural, the character of Dean Winchester sarcastically refers to two crime scene investigators as Agent Mulder and Agent Scully.
Gillian Anderson provided the voice for Dana Scully on the "Eek Space Nine" episode of Eek! The Cat and also joined X-Files co-star David Duchovny on "The Springfield Files" episode of The Simpsons. Chad Morgan provided the voice for Dana Scully on the "Junk in the Trunk" episode of Robot Chicken.