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|Aliases:||Fox William Mulder; Fox "Spooky" Mulder; Agent Mulder; Special Agent Mulder; Mulder|
|Born:||October 13th, 1961|
|Final:||"I Want to Believe"|
Fox Mulder is a central character featured in the Fox Network television series The X-Files. Played by actor David Duchovny, he appeared in a total of 175 out of 201 episodes. 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. Duchovny's Agent Mulder was also featured in the 1998 The X-Files video game and the 2004 The X-Files: Resist or Serve video game. Mulder made a special guest appearance on the "All About Yves" episode of The Lone Gunmen and has also been featured in countless novels and comic book series based on The X-Files.
Notes & Trivia Edit
- David Duchovny provided the voice for Fox Mulder on the Eek! The Cat and also joined X-Files co-star Gillian Anderson on "The Springield Files" episode of The Simpsons. episode of
- On the episode of , Scott McNeill played a character named Fax Modem, an obvious tip of the hat to the character of Fox Mulder.
- Marcus Turner portrayed a young Fox Mulder on the season two episode "Little Green Men" as well as the feature film The X-Files: Fight the Future.
- Mulder's FBI badge number is JTT047101111.
- Mulder and Scully'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.
- 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.
- Mulder's special contact in Washington was Senator Richard Matheson. He was the one who protected Mulder's career over the years.
- The password on Mulder's personal computer is "Trustno1".