Actors David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson are reuniting for IBG’s summer charity event on July 30 in Los Angeles to benefit SA-YES, a South African charity focusing on the empowerment of marginalized youth in the country.
Foregoing an outside moderator, fans will be treated to the actors taking turns as they pose questions to one another about their entire careers, process and future plans. Have any burning questions for the actors? Ask them! Audience members will be allowed to pose work-related questions to Duchovny and Anderson as part of the event. Dying to know what is in store for Hank Moody in the fifth season of Californication, or about Duchovny’s role in Goats? Want to know more about Anderson’s work in the upcoming Moby Dick or Johnny English Reborn? The opportunity is here! And, of course, the truth is still out there about the possibilities of a third X-Files film.
As a special treat, the man who created the two characters that Entertainment Weekly named among the 100 greatest characters in pop culture, will be joining in the fun. Chris Carter will take the stage with Duchovny and Anderson during the latter portion of the audience Q&A to field questions from fans and, perhaps, pose a couple of his own to the duo. In addition, Carter will be joining Anderson for the photo/autograph signing following the Q&A.
VIP tickets are available through the IBG website: http://www.ibginc.org/specialseries Act fast! General seating tickets for the event have already sold out. Fans do not want to miss this truly unique, live event.
Gillian Anderson is an actress, writer and director, best known for her role as Dana Scully in The X-Files. She has since starred in numerous films, including Johnny English Reborn, Shadow Dancer, How to Lose Friends and Alienate People, Boogie Woogie, Straightheads, The House of Mirth and The Last King of Scotland, as well as mini-series such as Bleak House, The Crimson Petal and the White, Any Human Heart and Moby Dick.
David Duchovny is an actor, writer and director born and raised in New York City. Duchovny currently plays novelist Hank Moody on Showtime’s Californication now filming its fifth season, and audiences fondly recall his work as Fox Mulder in Fox Television’s The X-Files. Duchovny recently starred alongside Vera Farmiga in Goats and Demi Moore in the film The Joneses. In addition, Duchovny has starred in numerous films, including The TV Set, Things We Lost in the Fire, Trust the Man, Connie and Carla, Evolution and House of D (which Duchovny also wrote and directed).
Chris Carter has been described by Time magazine as a “televisionary.” Carter took a concept about aliens and the search for the truth and created nothing less than a cultural phenomenon with his legendary television show The X-Files. The show ran a remarkable nine seasons on FOX and won the Golden Globe for best drama two times. Chris’s production company – Ten Thirteen Productions – has been responsible for 201 episodes of The X-Files, 67 episodes of Millennium, 9 episodes of Harsh Realm, 13 episodes of The Lone Gunmen, and the X-Files feature films, Fight the Future and I Want to Believe.
About IBG, Inc.: Founded in late 2008, IBG Inc (http://www.ibginc.org) established a non-profit focusing on utilizing the power of philanthropy through the arts to benefit a broad range of charities worldwide. We act as a “fundraiser facilitator” for underfunded, under publicized, and start-up charities that would otherwise struggle with the logistics and costs associated with event fundraising. This work has taken on a critical importance as the economy has been slow to recover, and we find ourselves with increasingly frequent requests for assistance.
SOURCE: IBG, Inc.
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