Gillian Anderson Net Worth

We sure love our actresses. Gillian Anderson is no exception. As an Actor, Voice Actor, Activist from Chicago, Illinois, United States. Born on August 9, 1968 into the family of Edward Anderson, Rosemary Anderson Zoe Anderson, Aaron Anderson, this American woman is famous for her many roles on large and small movies as well as TV. Standing at 5 ft 2 in (1.6 m), Gillian Anderson studied and graduated from DePaul University, City High-Middle School, Cornell University. The actress’ family is comprised of her spouse Julian Ozanne (m. 2004–2007), Clyde Klotz (m. 1994–1997), kids Piper Maru Klotz, Felix Griffiths, Oscar Griffiths. As most of famous actresses, Gillian Anderson has amassed a large net worth with a lot of money under her name. Successful box office hits and terrific performances on the small and large screen have earned this woman tons of accolades and recognition across the board. So, what about numbers? Her net worth is calculated to be $25 Million.

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Gillian Anderson lived in Puerto Rico and London with her family, before they settled in Grand Rapids, Michigan, where she became interested in drama in high school, after which she graduated with a degree in Fine Arts from DePaul University.  She then moved to New York to try and pusue an acting career, and eventually started in Alan Ayckbourn’s play entitled “Absent Friends” in 1990, and won a Theatre World “Newcomer” Award for this role. Anderson followed this with anoher theatrical appearance in Christopher Hampton’s “The Philanthropist” in Connecticut, which two productions were the start of her growing net worth.

Even though Gillian initially refused to act on television, she broke her vow in 1993 by making a guest appearance in the drama series created by John Romano, “Class of ‘96” with Jason Gedrick and Megan Ward; Anderson’s role resulted in her appearance in the science fiction drama series “The X-Files” that was created by Chris Carter in which Anderson starred opposite David Duchovny,  and which turned out to be a huge commercial success, with 10 seasons and a total of 202 episodes. The overall positive reviews towards the series resulted in a spin-off series “The Lone Gunman”, plus comic books, and a sequel movie “The X-Files: Fight the Future” in which Gillian again appeared with Duchovny. Anderson’s portrayal of a Special Agent Scully contributed significantly to her net worth, and brought her a number of awards, including Emmy Awards, Screen Actors Guild Awards, as well as Golden Globe awards. During the filming of the series, Anderson also found time to play several roles in such movies as “Chicago Cab”, “The Mighty”, and voice a character in Hayao Miyazaki’s “Princes Mononoke”.

In 2000 Anderson portrayed the role of Lily Bart in Terence Davies’ “The House of Mirth” for which she won the National Society of Film Critics Award for Best Actress, among many others. When the last season of “The X-Files” ended, Gillian Anderson continued her acting career with the drama film “The Mighty Celt” – for which she received an IFTA award – “A Cock and Bull Story”, and “The Last King of Scotland” with James McAvoy. Now established as a consumate actress, Gillian Anderson managed to collect an impressive amount that contributed to her net worth.

Some of Anderson’s more recent roles include a film with Rowan Atkinson “Johnny English Reborn”, a drama series “The Fall”, a television series “Crisis”, as well as a psychological horror series “Hannibal” with Hugh Dancy and Mads Mikkelsen. Gillian Anderson is currently working on an upcoming science film “Robot Overlords” with Ben Kingsley and Callan McAuliffe.

Aside from acting, Anderson has also contributed to her net worth by launching her own perfume brand “With Love from Gillian”, a brand of Vodka, as well as the fashion line “Gillian Anderson Seduction”.

A well-recognized face in the entertainment industry, Gillian Anderson is an active supporter of charity events, including being a spokesperson for the Neurofibromatosis Network, a campaigner for ACTSA: Action for Southern Africa, and a supporter for the tribal rights charity “Survival International” for which she became an ambassador in 2011.

In her personal life, Gillian Anderson was married to art director Clyde Klotz(1994-97) with whom she has a daughter. She was then married to film-maker Juliane Ozanne(2004-06), and subsequently has two sons with Mark Griffiths in a relationship which lasted until 2012. Anderson has since claimed that she is bisexual.

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  • Full Name: Gillian Anderson
  • Net Worth: $25 Million
  • Date Of Birth: August 9, 1968
  • Place Of Birth: Chicago, Illinois, United States
  • Height: 5 ft 2 in (1.6 m)
  • Weight: 118 lbs
  • Profession: Actor, Voice Actor, Activist
  • Education: DePaul University, City High-Middle School, Cornell University
  • Nationality: American
  • Spouse: Julian Ozanne (m. 2004–2007), Clyde Klotz (m. 1994–1997)
  • Children: Piper Maru Klotz, Felix Griffiths, Oscar Griffiths
  • Parents: Edward Anderson, Rosemary Anderson
  • Siblings: Zoe Anderson, Aaron Anderson
  • Nicknames: Gillian Leigh Anderson
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  • Awards: Golden Globe Award for Best Performance by an Actress In A Television Series – Drama, Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series, Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Drama Series, Glamour Award for Theatre Actress, The British Indepen…
  • Nominations: Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Limited Series or a Movie, Laurence Olivier Award for Best Actress, Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series, Saturn Award for Best Actress, Golden Globe Award for Best Performance by an Actress In A…
  • Movies: Johnny English Reborn, The Last King of Scotland, Shadow Dancer, Robot Overlords, Princess Mononoke, How to Lose Friends & Alienate People, The X-Files, Mr. Morgan’s Last Love, The X-Files: I Want to Believe, The House of Mirth, Playing by Heart, The Mighty, Straightheads, A Cock and Bull Story, I’l…
  • TV Shows: The Fall, The X-Files, Hannibal, Crisis, America in Primetime, The Crimson Petal and the White, Any Human Heart, Bleak House, Masterpiece, Future Fantastic


  • I’m very headstrong in terms of how I want things to go, so I’ve made an effort to become more patient and compassionate. I don’t have a tendency to share. Even my own assistant doesn’t know what is scheduled for my week or my day.
  • To me a relationship is about loving another human being; their gender is irrelevant. I’m leaning towards the idea that it’s time for somebody to be brave enough to ask me out. I’ve asked out guys in the past. I remember being in the cinema in the States and I made eye contact with a man going in. I noticed we laughed at same points and seemed to respond in the same way to the same moments. We were both with friends. I stopped and thought ‘fuck this! What am I doing?’ So I rushed back down the street, went up to him and said ‘Would you like a coffee sometime?’ We dated for six months.
  • I don’t understand technology. I don’t even Tweet. I have someone in the US who does that for me; nothing personal, just work stuff.
  • I never know from one day to the next whether I’m feeling outspoken or not, which wouldn’t make me the most reliable spokeswoman for anything.
  • [on The Fall (2013)] Tennison [Prime Suspect (1991)] certainly inspired my performance, in that she certainly had an ego and quite evident character flaws. It had been a long time since I’d read a script as good as this, and I was really impressed by how Allan [Allan Cubitt] gets into the psychology of his characters.
  • There are a lot of things I would have done differently, but Scully wouldn’t have been one of them.
  • I walked in thinking, it’s going to be like riding a bicycle. It wasn’t. It was like riding a unicycle. I’d been trying so hard to stretch myself in other roles, and to catch myself when I did anything that remotely resembles Scully, that when I was put back in the ring with her, my brain started misfiring. in The New York Times, July 13, 2008, on how unexpectedly hard it was for her to get back in character as Scully for the movie The X Files: I Want to Believe (2008) five years after the end of the television series.]
  • I don’t usually like seeing things I’m in. I get really depressed afterward.
  • I don’t show my face [in L.A.] very much, and so that makes it a bit more complicated for me in terms of work. They [producers] need to see you in the press, and in their face, in meetings, auditions, whatever. And as far as they’re concerned, I haven’t provided enough of an example of the kind of things that I can do, as an actor, for them to justify hiring me without me sitting down in front of them or having me dance around.
  • I often showed up ungroomed. It didn’t occur to me. Then I’d end up at a premiere and I’d think, what are you doing? I remember being at a restaurant with a famous British actress. I knew there were paparazzi outside. My intention was to make a beeline for the car. But then, as we were walking outside, she applied lipstick. I thought, what is she doing? But her public image is very glamorous. It’s a different mindset.
  • My tendency is towards the opposite of health and taking care of myself. My natural tendency is destructive. In order not to act on that, I have to be careful. The minute I don’t feel like that, if I let down my guard, I’m in trouble.
  • I know people who are embarrassed to be American. They don’t like showing their passports. It’s becoming a scary place. It takes someone very brave not to be quiet, someone who doesn’t mind death threats, their life being turned upside down, news cameras outside their door. There is no freedom of speech in America anymore. They are not living up to the constitution. There’s so much fear in America and control.
  • It’s easier to be myself here. I can go out wearing whatever the hell I want, no matter how ridiculous it looks. If I do that in America, people look at me like I’m insane. There are aspects of the British press which are incredibly intrusive, but then you’ll go to a premiere and someone will ask permission to take a photo, and when you say, “That’s enough”, they’ll back off. In the States, you go to a restaurant and there are people lined up outside with 8x10s of you. Or they just follow you with a video camera. I had someone deliberately rear-end my car a few years ago in L.A., and there was a video camera: they were videoing my reaction. Luckily, I was in a good mood.
  • When I think of normal, I think of mediocrity . . . and mediocrity scares the f*ck out of me!
  • [interview in “Movieline” magazine, Dec. 1998] Fame is complicated and definitely overrated. There are perks to it that are unfathomable. But the other aspect is there’s little to no privacy at all – being anywhere at any time and knowing that somebody you cannot see is probably taking a picture of you, which has happened hundreds of times. I look around and cannot see anyone and a couple of weeks later I see a photo of me looking around.
  • [about her role as Agent Scully in The X-Files (1993)] I am more spontaneous than my character . . .


  • Starring in the Young Vic’s production of “A Streetcar Named Desire”[London, 2014].
  • Starring in a Zinnie Harris version of Henrik Ibsen’s “A Doll’s House”, at the Donmar Warehouse Theatre in London. [May 2009]
  • Living in London with her boyfriend, Mark Griffiths and their newborn son, Oscar [November 2006]
  • Starring in Rebecca Gilman’s play, “The Sweetest Swing In Baseball”, at the Royal Court Theatre in England. [April 2004]
  • Living in England with her husband, Julian Ozanne. [August 2005]
  • She has English, Irish, and German ancestry.
  • She has played the same character (Dana Scully) on three different series: The X-Files (1993), Eek!stravaganza (1992) and The Simpsons (1989).
  • Gave birth to her 3rd child at age 40, a son Felix Griffiths on October 15, 2008. Child’s father is her ex-boyfriend, Mark Griffiths.
  • Gave birth to her 2nd child at age 38, a son Oscar Griffiths on November 1, 2006. Child’s father is her ex-boyfriend, Mark Griffiths.
  • Gave birth to her 1st child at age 26, a daughter Piper Maru Klotz (aka Piper Anderson) on September 25, 1994. Child’s father is her 1st husband, Clyde Klotz.
  • Was in a relationship with Mark Griffiths from 2006 to 2012.
  • Ranked #6 in’s Top 7 – ’90s Sex Symbols.
  • Ranked #2 in Top Socialite’s The 20 Hottest Women Of The 90’s.
  • Ranked #21 in FHM’s The all-time 100 Sexiest hall of fame. (December 2008).
  • Became pregnant twice during her marriage to Julian Ozanne; she suffered both a miscarriage and an ectopic pregnancy.
  • In 1996 she received an offer to appear on the cover and pose nude for Playboy Magazine. According to an interview to FHM magazine, she was offered an impressive amount of money to take off her clothes, but Gillian refused it “I turned it down. But it was very flattering” she said.
  • In 1996, Anderson was voted the “Sexiest Woman in the World” by FHM’s “100 Sexiest Women” poll.
  • Third child, son Felix Griffiths, was born on October 15, 2008. He weighed 6 lbs. 15 oz.
  • Ranked #23 on Wizard magazine’s Sexiest Women of TV list (March 2008).
  • Was the first woman to host Masterpiece which began in 1971.
  • The Youngest actress – at the age of 29 years old in 1997 – to win an Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series since Lindsay Wagner won at the age of 28 in 1977.
  • Chosen by Australian men magazine Zoo weekly as one of the “Top 50 Hottest Babes Ever”. [March 2006]
  • Of the 5 actresses nominated for an Emmy as “Outstanding Lead Actress in a Miniseries or Movie” in 2006, she was the only one who hasn’t been nominated for an Oscar
  • Parents left US for London when she was 2. The family moved back to the US when she was 11. She relocated to London again, as an adult, in 2002. As of May 2006, she still lives there with her daughter.
  • Return to work on The X-Files (1993) 10 days after she gave birth to Piper Maru.
  • Friends with New Orleans musician/inventor Quintron.
  • Spent her first paycheck from The X-Files (1993) on art.
  • Is an avid art collector. Her collection includes work from such artists as Diane Arbus, Francesco Clemente and Kiki Smith.
  • Presented the best designer award at the 51st Evening Standard Theatre Awards (2005).
  • In 2003, she won the Theatregoers’ Choice Best Actress Award for her West End debut in Michael Weller’s two-hander, What the Night Is For.
  • As a teen, her favorite bands included Skinny Puppy and Dead Kennedys.
  • [December 29 2004] Married her long-term boyfriend Julian Ozanne on Lamu’s Shella Island, off the coast of Kenya.
  • Standing at just 5′ 3″, she has to stand on an apple box to shoot many scenes in The X-Files (1993).
  • Engaged to photojournalist Julian Ozanne. Wedding was planned for September 2003 during a safari ceremony in Kenya, but was delayed for over a year.
  • Piper Maru, her daughter, was the inspiration for the title of an The X-Files (1993) episode introducing the famous black oil in the series.
  • Graduated from City High School, Grand Rapids, Michigan.
  • Kept her daughter, Piper, completely hidden from the public until they both appeared in Joan Ostin’s book, “Celebrity Moms” and the April 2001 issue of “In Style Magazine”.
  • The X-Files (1993) writer, Chris Carter, is the godfather of her daughter, Piper Maru.
  • Told The X-Files (1993) executives that she was 27 so that she would appear more credible as an FBI agent with a medical degree.
  • Gained her first real break when she replaced Mary-Louise Parker in the play “The Philanthropist.”
  • Went to the Goodman Theater School of Drama at DePaul University in Chicago, where she earned a degree in fine arts. One of her classmates was Nina Siemaszko.
  • Lived in London, England, from age 2 to age 11, then moved to Grand Rapids, Michigan, where she was teased for her English accent.
  • In high school, was voted “Class Clown” and “Most Bizarre Girl”.
  • Was voted “Most Likely to be Arrested” by her classmates in high school, and was, in fact, arrested on graduation night for trying to glue the locks shut at her high school.
  • Younger brother suffers from neurofibromatosis and she has done work to encourage government to increase funding for research.
  • Daughter of Edward Anderson, who owned a film post-production company, and Rosemary Anderson (née Lane), a computer analyst, she has a younger brother, Aaron, and a younger sister, Zoe Anderson.
  • Hair is naturally blonde, it was dyed and styled into the famous bob by Malcolm Marsden, who was immortalised as the British MP in the episode “Fire”.
  • Was married to first husband Clyde Klotz on the 17th hole of a golf course in Hawaii by a Buddhist priest.
  • Says her favorite film is The Wrong Trousers (1993). [1996]
  • Chosen by “People” magazine as one of the 50 Most Beautiful People in the World. [1997]


Title Year Status Character
Andorra 2018 pre-production Miss Quay
The Spy Who Dumped Me 2018 pre-production rumored
Crooked House 2017 post-production Magda
Squadron 42 2017 Video Game post-production Captain MacLaren
American Gods 2017 TV Series Media
Viceroy’s House 2017 Lady Edwina Mountbatten
The Fall 2013-2016 TV Series Stella Gibson
Sold 2016 Sophia
The X-Files 1993-2016 TV Series Dana Scully / OSS Agent
War & Peace 2016 TV Mini-Series Anna Pavlovna Scherer
Hannibal 2013-2015 TV Series Dr. Bedelia Du Maurier
Ronja, the Robber’s Daughter 2014-2015 TV Series Narrator
Robot Overlords 2014 Kate
The Departure 2014 Short
National Theatre Live: A Streetcar Named Desire 2014 Blanche DuBois
Crisis 2014 TV Series Meg Fitch
Robot Chicken 2014 TV Series Fairy Godmother
I’ll Follow You Down 2013 Marika
Last Love 2013 Karen Morgan
Room on the Broom 2012 TV Short Witch (voice)
L’enfant d’en haut 2012 Kristin Jansen
Shadow Dancer 2012 Kate Fletcher
Great Expectations 2011 TV Mini-Series Miss Havisham
Johnny English Reborn 2011 Pamela
From Up on Poppy Hill 2011 Miki Hokuto (English version, voice)
Moby Dick 2011 TV Mini-Series Elizabeth
The Crimson Petal and the White 2011 TV Mini-Series Mrs. Castaway
No Pressure 2010 Short
Any Human Heart 2010 TV Series Duchess of Windsor
Wallis Simpson
Boogie Woogie 2009 Jean Maclestone
How to Lose Friends & Alienate People 2008 Eleanor Johnson
The X Files: I Want to Believe 2008 Dana Scully
The X-Files: I Want to Believe – Gag Reel 2008 Video short Dana Scully
Robbie the Reindeer in Close Encounters of the Herd Kind 2007 TV Short Queen Vorkana (voice)
Closure 2007 Alice
The Last King of Scotland 2006 Sarah Merrit
Bleak House 2005 TV Mini-Series Lady Dedlock
Tristram Shandy: A Cock and Bull Story 2005 Widow Wadman
The Mighty Celt 2005 Kate
The X Files: Resist or Serve 2004 Video Game Dana Scully (voice)
The House of Mirth 2000 Lily Bart
Harsh Realm 1999 TV Series Video Narrator
Frasier 1999 TV Series Jenny
The X Files – Fight the Future: Blooper Reel 1998 Video short Agent Dana Scully
The X-Files Game 1998 Video Game Special Agent Dana Scully
Playing by Heart 1998 Meredith
The X Files 1998 Agent Dana Scully
The Mighty 1998 Loretta Lee
Chicago Cab 1997 Southside Girl
Princess Mononoke 1997 Moro (English version, voice)
The Simpsons 1997 TV Series Dana Scully
Hellbender 1996 Video Game Ship’s Computer (voice)
ReBoot 1996 TV Series Data Nully
Eek!stravaganza 1995 TV Series Agent Scully
Class of ’96 1993 TV Series Rachel
The Turning 1992 April Cavanaugh
A Matter of Choice 1988 Short Woman
Three at Once 1986 Short Woman 1
Title Year Status Character
The Fall 2014-2016 TV Series executive producer – 12 episodes
Title Year Status Character
The X-Files 1997-2002 TV Series performer – 2 episodes
Future Fantastic 1996 TV Series documentary writer: “Extremis”
Title Year Status Character
The Departure 2014 Short
The X-Files 2000 TV Series 1 episode
Title Year Status Character
The X-Files 2000 TV Series written by – 1 episode
Title Year Status Character
Guard 2017 Short special thanks
The X-Files: Re-Opened 2015 TV Special documentary short thanks
Tilt 2003 Short financial contributor
Title Year Status Character
GMTV 1997-2005 TV Series Herself
Threads of Mythology, Part 1 2005 Video documentary short Scully
The X Files: The Making of ‘The Truth’ 2004 Video documentary Herself
The Ellen DeGeneres Show 2004 TV Series Herself – Guest
V Graham Norton 2002-2003 TV Series Herself – Guest
Cartaz Cultural 2003 TV Series Herself
Richard Rodgers: Some Enchanted Evening 2002 TV Special documentary Herself – Performer
Parkinson 2002 TV Series Herself – Guest
The Rosie O’Donnell Show 1996-2002 TV Series Herself – Guest
Hollywood Squares 2002 TV Series Herself
7th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards 2001 TV Special Herself – Nominee: Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Drama Series
The 58th Annual Golden Globe Awards 2001 TV Special Herself – Presenter: Best Foreign Language Film
The Daily Show 1999-2000 TV Series Herself – Guest
The Ultimate Auction 2000 TV Movie Herself
Hollywood Salutes Jodie Foster: An American Cinematheque Tribute 1999 TV Movie Herself
The 51st Annual Primetime Emmy Awards 1999 TV Special Herself – Nominated: Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series
The Martin Short Show 1999 TV Series Herself – Guest
The Making of ‘The Mighty’ 1999 Video documentary short Herself
5th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards 1999 TV Special Herself
The 56th Annual Golden Globe Awards 1999 TV Special documentary Herself – Nominee
The Cigarette Smoking Man Revealed 1999 Video documentary short Herself / Special Agent Dana Scully
The 50th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards 1998 TV Special Herself – Nominee & Presenter
The Making of ‘The X Files: Fight the Future’ 1998 Video documentary short Herself
Bravo Profiles: The Entertainment Business 1998 TV Mini-Series documentary Herself
The Magic Hour 1998 TV Series Herself
The X-Files Movie Special 1998 TV Special documentary Herself / Dana Scully
4th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards 1998 TV Special Herself
Inside the X Files 1998 TV Special documentary Herself
The 55th Annual Golden Globe Awards 1998 TV Special Herself – Nominee: Best Actress in a Drama Series & Presenter: Best Actress / Actor in a TV-Series – Comedy / Musical
1997 MTV Movie Awards 1997 TV Special documentary Herself – Presenter
The 49th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards 1997 TV Special Herself – Winner & Presenter
3rd Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards 1997 TV Special Herself
The 54th Annual Golden Globe Awards 1997 TV Special Herself – Winner
Spies Above 1996 TV Movie documentary Narrator (voice)
Auntie’s All-Time Greats 1996 TV Movie Herself
The 48th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards 1996 TV Special Herself – Nominee & Presenter
Future Fantastic 1996 TV Series documentary Herself – Host
Maury 1995-1996 TV Series Herself – Guest
Secrets of the X Files, Part 2 1996 TV Special documentary Herself / Dana Scully
Gran premio internazionale della TV 1996 TV Series Herself – Winner
Why Planes Go Down 1996 TV Movie documentary Herself (Narrator)
2nd Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards 1996 TV Special Herself – Winner
The 53rd Annual Golden Globe Awards 1996 TV Special Herself – Nominee
The 47th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards 1995 TV Special Herself – Presenter
Late Night with Conan O’Brien 1995 TV Series Herself – Guest
The 52nd Annual Golden Globe Awards 1995 TV Special Herself – Audience Member
CBS This Morning 2017 TV Series Herself
The View 2017 TV Series Herself – Author, We
Film ’72 2017 TV Series Herself – Interviewee
The 74th Golden Globe Awards 2017 TV Special documentary Herself – Audience Member
43:45 – The Makings of a Struggle 2016 Video documentary Herself – ‘Dana Scully’
Season X 2016 Video documentary Herself
Today 2016 TV Series Herself – Guest
Entertainment Tonight 2008-2016 TV Series Herself
Larry King Now 2016 TV Series Herself – Guest
The Late Late Show with James Corden 2016 TV Series Herself
The Talk 2016 TV Series Herself
Jimmy Kimmel Live! 2008-2016 TV Series Herself / Herself – Guest
The X-Files: Re-Opened 2015 TV Special documentary short Herself – Dana Scully
Hannibal: Season Three – Getting the Old Scent Again: Re-imagining Red Dragon 2015 Video documentary Herself – ‘Bedelia DuMaurier’
Talk Stoop with Cat Greenleaf 2015 TV Series Herself – Guest
Top Gear 2015 TV Series Herself – Special Guest
The Widowmaker 2015 Documentary Narrator (voice)
This Morning 2014 TV Series Herself – Guest
The One Show 2014 TV Series Herself – Guest
Last Call with Carson Daly 2014 TV Series Herself – Guest
Live with Kelly and Ryan 2014 TV Series Herself – Guest
The EE British Academy Film Awards 2014 TV Special Herself – Presenter
The Jonathan Ross Show 2013 TV Series Herself
The Tonight Show with Jay Leno 1996-2013 TV Series Herself – Guest
Late Night with Jimmy Fallon 2013 TV Series Herself – Guest
Lorraine 2013 TV Series Herself
FOX 25th Anniversary Special 2012 TV Special Herself
The Graham Norton Show 2009-2011 TV Series Herself – Guest
America in Primetime 2011 TV Series documentary Herself / Dana Scully, The X-Files
55th BFI London Film Festival 2011 TV Special Herself
Daybreak 2011 TV Series Herself
The 7PM Project 2011 TV Series Herself – Guest
Richard & Judy 2005-2008 TV Series Herself – Guest
Late Show with David Letterman 1996-2008 TV Series Herself – Guest
Up Close with Carrie Keagan 2008 TV Series Herself – Guest
Masterpiece Classic 2008 TV Series Herself – Host
Concert for Diana 2007 TV Special documentary Herself – Presenter
Marc Jacobs & Louis Vuitton 2007 TV Movie documentary Herself
The Best of Masterpiece Theatre 2007 TV Special documentary Herself
Space Top 10 Countdown 2007 TV Series Herself
The 64th Annual Golden Globe Awards 2007 TV Special Herself – Nominee: Best Actress in a Mini-Series or a Motion Picture Made for Television
The 58th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards 2006 TV Special Herself
3rd Irish Film and Television Awards 2005 TV Movie documentary Herself
Threads of Mythology, Part 4 2005 Video documentary short Scully
Threads of Mythology, Part 3 2005 Video documentary short Scully
Archive Footage
Title Year Status Character
Extra 2016-2017 TV Series Herself
Heroes Manufactured 2016 Documentary Herself
Entertainment Tonight 2016 TV Series Herself
The Story of the Costume Drama 2008 TV Series documentary Lady Dedlock
Ceremonia de inauguración – 56º Festival internacional de cine de San Sebastián 2008 TV Movie Lily Bart (uncredited)
MythBusters 2006 TV Series documentary Dana Scully
San Sebastián 2005: Crónica de Carlos Boyero 2005 TV Special Widow Wadman (uncredited)
End Game: Making ‘Millennium’ Season Three 2004 Video documentary short Dana Scully (uncredited)
Celebrities Uncensored 2004 TV Series Herself
Diva Graham Norton 2003 TV Movie Herself
El informal 2001 TV Series Dana Scully
Top of the Pops 1996 TV Series Dana Scully
Secrets of the X Files, Part 1 1995 TV Special documentary Dana Scully


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