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The X-Files: Season 9 (2001-2002)




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Season nine of The X-Files begins with Fox Mulder going into hiding and Dana Scully once again being assigned to the FBI academy. In a hopeful attempt to reunite with Mulder, Scully takes an offer from a complete strange, getting herself and Mulder into even more danger. Stars David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson.


Gillian Anderson
as Dana Scully
Robert Patrick
as John Doggett
Annabeth Gish
as Monica Reyes
Mitch Pileggi
as Walter Skinner
David Duchovny
as Fox Mulder
Lucy Lawless
as Shannon McMahon
Cary Elwes
as Brad Follmer
Tom Braidwood
as Melvin Frohike
Dean Haglund
as Richard Langly
Bruce Harwood
as John Byers
Alan Dale
as Toothpick Man
Hank Harris
as Dylan Lokensgard
Terrance Quinn
as Shadow Man
James Remar
as Josef Kobold
Don Swayze
as Terry Pruit
Jack Blessing
as Dr. Jack Preijers
W. Earl Brown
as Robert M. Fassl
Burt Reynolds
as Mr. Burt
Jolie Jenkins
as Leyla Harrison
Nicholas Lea
as Alex Krycek
Robert Beckwith
as FBI Cadet
Adam Baldwin
as Knowle Rohrer
Andi Chapman
as Dr. Monique Sackheim
Steven Flynn
as Man on the Street/Driver
Tracey Ellis
as Audrey Pauley
Lisa Darr
as Jana Fain
Barbara Patrick
as Barbara Doggett
Ray McKinnon
as Mad Wayne
Adam Nelson
as Mr. Van de Kamp
Michael Emerson
as Oliver Martin/Anthony Fogelman
Samaire Armstrong
as Natalie Gordon
David Figlioli
as Victor Dale Potts
Brian Poth
as Gabe Rotter
Dylan Haggerty (II)
as Erwin Lukesh
Sheila Larken
as Margaret Scully
Neal McDonough
as Robert Comer
Jeff Gulka
as Gibson Praise
McNally Sagal
as Overcoat Woman
Tim Halligan
as Darren Mountjoy
Angela Paton
as Mrs. Lukesh
Arthur J. Nascarella
as Duke Tomasick
Jared Poe
as Rudolph Hayes
Vernee Watson-Johnson
as Nurse Whitney Edwards
John Kapelos
as Special Agent Fordyce
John Aylward
as Dr. John Rietz
Aaron Paul
as David `Winky' Winkle
Frank Roman
as Domingo
Scott Paulin
as Jeffrey Conlon
Shannon Hile
as Mrs. Van de Kamp
Laurie Holden
as Marita Covarrubias
Stan Shaw
as Stephen Murdoch
Ellen Greene
as Vicki Louise Burdick
Gavin Fink
as Tommy Conlon
Annie Abbott
as Older Social Worker
David Faustino
as Michael Daley
Sarah Benoit
as Evelyn Mountjoy
Jane Lynch
as Mrs. Anne T. Lokensgard
Robert Curtis Brown
as Damon Kaylor
Gil Colon
as Agent Rice
Kathryn Joosten
as Agent Edie Boal
James McDonnell
as Deputy Van Allen
Sal Landi
as Nicholas Regali
Denis Forest
as Lone Man
Matthew Glave
as Special Agent Kallenbrunner
Ming Lo
as Dr. Kim
Michael Wiseman
as Dr. Rocky Bronzino
Katy Boyer
as Dr. Lisa Holland
Cyd Strittmatter
as Dr. Whitney Edwards
Tyson Turrou
as Blake McCormick
Brianne Prather
as Young Woman
Michele Harrell
as Mrs. Murdoch
Steve Ryan
as Sheriff Jack Coogan
Michael McKean
as Morris Fletcher
Lou Richards
as Officer Custer
Alan Davidson
as Bearded Man
Angelo Vacco
as Bartender, Guido
Cody Lightning
as Native American Boy
Kari Whitman
as Roxanne
Larry Udy
as Middle-Aged Man
Stephen Snedden
as Jimmy Bond
Chris Bradley Owens
as Jeffrey Spender
Del Zamora
as Barreiro
Fitz Houston
as Station Manager
David Fabrizio
as Dr. Charlie Newman
Kipp Shiotani
as Cadet No. 1
Branden Williams
as Bill `Cap'n Dare' Kizzler
Stephen Bridgewater
as Dr. Henry Jacocks
Zuleikha Robinson
as Yves Adele Harlow
Reuben Grundy
as Forensic Tech
Erick Avari
as Dr. Fountain
Bo Kane
as Sergeant McCormick
George D. Wallace
as Bertram Mueller
Dallas Munroe
as ER Nurse
William B. Davis
as Cigarette Smoking Man
George Wallace
as Bertram Mueller
George Wallace (II)
as Bertram Mueller
James Riker
as Baby William
Ernesto Gasco
as Heavy Italian Man
Aeryk Egan
as Camera Dude
Zitto Kazann
as Caballero
Damon Kaylor
as Orderly
Kelly McNair
as Teenage Girl
Jim Fyfe
as Kimmy
Dan Shor
as 2nd ER Nurse
Rene Rivera
as First Cop
James Parks
as Terry Sullivan
Marcus Giamatti
as John Gillnitz
Travis Riker
as Baby William
Benito Prezia
as Old Italian Man
Nicholas Walker
as Carl Wormus
Nick De Marinis
as Pizza Man
John Casino
as Roland McFarland
John Prosky
as Medical Examiner
Luis Robledo
as Crackhead
William Devane
as General Mark Suveg
Jamie McShane
as Injured Soldier
Timothy Landfield
as Douglas Houghton
Joe Colligan
as Driver Agent
Rick Garcia
as Reporter No. 1
Brian Catalano
as Passenger Agent
Randy Hall
as Driver
Pamela Kay Davis
as Reporter No. 2
Robert L. Joseph
as Big Security Guard
Robert Joseph
as Big Security Guard
Leah Sanders
as Reporter No. 3
Patrick St. Esprit
as Dark-Suited Man
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All Critics (7) | Top Critics (2)

David Duchovny only appears in two episodes, Gillian Anderson looks more bored than ever and in season finale, 'The Truth', all we find out is some waffle about the Mayan calendar and that Mulder and Scully do both believe.

October 14, 2017 | Full Review…

Tragically however, it has to end on a dud note-season 9 was terrible. Really, really terrible.

September 27, 2017 | Full Review…

Carter's attempt to keep the show going after Duchovny's departure could have worked, but it's sadly fumbled.

December 23, 2015 | Full Review…

It was a fool's dream to think The X-Files could continue without its founding hero and seeker.

January 23, 2015 | Full Review…

It's safe to say I now actively dislike this once-great show, creator Chris Carter and the Fox network for the way they're jerking viewers around.

January 5, 2015 | Full Review…

These days, The X-Files is busy with babies and more cast changes than a hardcore conspiracy theorist could handle.

January 5, 2015 | Rating: B+ | Full Review…

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