List of The X-Files characters

List of The X-Files characters

The following is a list of all main and recurring characters (who have appeared three times or more, with a few exceptions) in the American science fiction show, The X-Files.

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Main characters

Fox Mulder

Fox Mulder (seasons 1–7 main, seasons 8–9 recurring) is portrayed by David Duchovny. Mulder is an FBI special agent who believes in the existence of unidentified flying objects (UFOs) and a government conspiracy to hide or deny the truth regarding such craft. Mulder and his partner Dana Scully work in the FBI's X-Files office which is concerned with cases with particularly mysterious or possibly supernatural circumstances that were marked as unsolvable and shelved by the FBI. Mulder considers the X-Files and the truth behind the supposed conspiracy so important that he has made their study the main purpose of his life. After his abduction by aliens at the end of season seven, he is replaced on the X-Files by Agent John Doggett. Mulder appeared in an episode of The Lone Gunmen and both The X-Files feature films.

Dana Scully

Dana Scully (seasons 1–9 main) is portrayed by Gillian Anderson. Scully is an FBI special agent partnered with Agent Fox Mulder. Together they work out of the cramped basement office at FBI headquarters in Washington, D.C. to investigate unsolved cases labeled "X-Files". In contrast to Fox Mulder's credulous "believer" character, Scully was a skeptic, choosing to base her beliefs on what science can prove. However, as the series progressed she became more open to the possibility of paranormal happenings. In season eight she was assigned a new partner, Agent John Doggett, after Mulder is abducted by aliens. Later in the same season she leaves the X-Files office, to be replaced by Agent Monica Reyes. She has appeared in both The X-Files feature films.

John Doggett

John Doggett (seasons 8–9 main) is portrayed by Robert Patrick. Doggett is an FBI special agent who makes his first appearance in the 200th episode, "Within". Doggett served in the United States Military during the 1970s–80s. Later he joined the New York Police Department and was eventually promoted to the rank of detective. After his son's death, Dogget took a job in the FBI working in the Criminal Investigations Division. In 2000, Alvin Kersh assigned him to the X-Files office as Dana Scully's partner after an unsuccessful task force attempt to find missing agent Fox Mulder in "Without". He did not appear in either of The X-Files feature films.

Monica Reyes

Monica Reyes (season 8 recurring, season 9 main) is portrayed by Annabeth Gish. Reyes is an FBI special agent who was born and raised in Mexico City, Mexico, where her parents still reside (as of 2002). Because she was raised in Mexico, Reyes speaks fluent Spanish. She majored in folklore and mythology at Brown University, and has a Masters degree in Religious Studies. In 1990, Reyes enrolled in the FBI at Quantico, Virginia. Her first assignment in the FBI was serving on a special task force investigating satanic rituals. She is a longtime friend of Agent John Doggett and serves as his replacement partner on the X-Files after the departure of Agent Dana Scully. Reyes was last seen in the New Mexico desert in 2002, where she warns Mulder and Scully of the arrival of Knowle Rohrer. She did not appear in either of The X-Files feature films.

Walter Skinner

Walter Skinner (seasons 1–8 recurring, season 9 main) is portrayed by Mitch Pileggi. Skinner is an FBI assistant director who served in the United States Marine Corps in the Vietnam War. During this time he shot and killed a young boy carrying explosives, an episode which scarred him for life. Skinner is originally the direct supervisor of Special Agents Fox Mulder and Dana Scully, and the X-Files office. He later serves the same position for Agents John Doggett and Monica Reyes. Although he is originally portrayed as a somewhat malevolent character, Skinner eventually becomes a close friend of Mulder and Scully. He appeared in an episode of The Lone Gunmen and both The X-Files feature films.

Federal Bureau of Investigation characters

Arlene

Arlene is portrayed by Arlene Pileggi, Mitch Pileggi's wife. Arlene is a government worker for the Federal Bureau of Investigation. She worked as the personal assistant to Assistant Director Walter Skinner from 1998 to 2002. In 1998, Arlene was present when FBI Special Agents Fox Mulder and Dana Scully reported to Skinner on their investigation in Chaney, Texas. She informed them that Skinner would be in a meeting for several hours.[1] Later that year, Arlene attempted to prevent Agent Scully from entering Skinner's office while Scully was attempting to receive help for her partner, Agent Mulder, who had become lost at sea in the Bermuda Triangle. Scully was able to bypass Arlene and barge into Skinner's office.[2]

In 1999, Skinner was admitted to a hospital after being infected with nanobots by Alex Krycek. While attempting to recall events that had occurred previously, he remembered saying "Good morning" to Arlene.[3] Shortly afterwards, Arlene interrupted a meeting conducted by Skinner and Special Agent G. Arnold upon discovering that Fox Mulder was involved in a hostage situation at the Cradock Marine Bank.[4]

In late 1999, Skinner gave Arlene orders not to allow Agent Dana Scully to enter his office. Arlene once again attempted to persuade Scully not to enter Skinner's office, but failed. Scully ended up saving Skinner from Krycek, and Arlene promptly called an ambulance.[5] In 2001, when Agents Scully and John Doggett were called into Skinner's office, Arlene suspected it had something to do with Scully's travel plans.[6]

Subsequently, Arlene helped Skinner up after he collapsed due to Alex Krycek's nanobots.[7] In 2002, Arlene was present when Oliver Martin psychokinetically levitated AD Skinner. She poured him a glass of water shortly before Martin had a seizure and collapsed on the floor of the office. She immediately reported this activity to Skinner.[8]

G. Arnold

G. Arnold is portrayed by Wayne Alexander. He was an assistant director at the FBI and member of the Office of Professional Review (OPR). While in an official OPR meeting with Special Agent Fox Mulder, Arnold expressed his opinion of Mulder's extreme arrogance, considered his recent report "unintelligible," and informed him of his reassignment off of the X-Files.[9]

In 1999, Arnold delivered a report on federal crime projections for the next year. His report was interrupted by Arlene when Special Agent Fox Mulder contacted them about an impending bank robbery.[4] In 2000, Arnold met with Special Agent Gene Crane, Deputy Director Alvin Kersh, Assistant Director Walter Skinner, and Special Agent John Doggett to discuss the recent cult slayings by Anthony Tipet. Arnold was skeptical of Skinner's insistence that there was some supernatural activity involved with the slayings.[10]

Scott Blevins

Section Chief Scott Blevins is portrayed by Charles Cioffi. Blevins was a top official in the Federal Bureau of Investigation who was bankrolled by Roush Pharmaceuticals, the same group that bankrolled Michael Kritschgau.[11][12] In 1992, then Division Chief Blevins assigned Dana Scully to work with Fox Mulder on the X-files, cases that involved paranormal or unexplained phenomena. Blevins believed that Scully would help provide a more scientific analysis of the X-files cases.[11]

The following year, Blevins recommended that Mulder be removed from the X-files due to Mulder's personal agenda regarding the cases.[13] Later that year, Section Chief Joseph McGrath went over Blevins's head in an attempt to order a shut down of the X-files.[14] Mulder and Scully would be later placed under the supervision of Assistant Director Walter Skinner,[15] and Blevins would be placed in the position of Section Chief.[16]

In 1997, Blevins led a joint FBI committee that was investigating the legitimacy of Mulder's work on the X-files and his apparent suicide.[16] After Mulder was discovered alive, he testified before the committee naming Blevins as the FBI mole responsible for giving Special Agent Scully cancer and working with the government conspiracy. Blevins was subsequently killed by another member of the committee who made his death appear to be a suicide.[12]

Gene Crane

Gene Crane is portrayed by Kirk B.R. Woller. Crane was a special agent at the FBI. In 2000, he was assigned by Deputy Director Alvin Kersh to the task force led by his friend and colleague, John Doggett, to find Fox Mulder.[17] Later that year, he assisted on the case involving Anthony Tipet.[10]

Crane was one of the lead agents tasked by Agent Doggett to investigate the fire that burned down Zeus Genetics in 2001. He was irritable for having to work the case, which caused him to miss his son's baseball game. He also showed animosity towards Mulder, who had been dismissed from the FBI. Crane traveled with Doggett to the office of Dr. Parenti in order to take Billy Miles into custody. However, after helping Agents Scully and Reyes flee from Billy Miles, it was revealed that Crane was a Super Soldier.[18] He later appeared in the company of Knowle Rohrer after leaving a meeting with Kersh, and was injured by Rohrer's car while trying to eliminate Agent Doggett and Assistant Director Walter Skinner. His last altercation was with Ezra Bond. Crane was presumed dead, though his body was never recovered.[19]

Brad Follmer

Brad D. Follmer is portrayed by Cary Elwes. Follmer was an assistant director at the FBI. He had a romantic history with Monica Reyes that he brought up while trying to keep her away from the X-files. His true motives were more political in nature and part of his sycophancy to Alvin Kersh. He did not believe in the X-files and deliberately showed disrespect to John Doggett by calling him "Mr. Doggett" instead of "Agent".[20][21]

In 2002, new evidence concerning the murder of Luke Doggett came to light. John Doggett sought Follmer's assistance because he had worked on organized crime in New York City before coming to Washington. Reyes, however, recalled seeing Follmer accept a bribe from a mobster. Although he had convincingly claimed he was only paying an informant, the truth was as Reyes suspected: Follmer was crooked. Once the truth of Luke's fate was revealed, Follmer shot and killed the mobster who had nevertheless threatened to blackmail him concerning his bribe acceptance. Follmer's future at the FBI was left unresolved, although he would have likely faced criminal charges for his actions.[22]

Diana Fowley

Diana Fowley is a CIA agent played by Mimi Rogers and first appeared in the fifth season finale "The End".[23] In keeping with the show's history of ambiguity, Fowley's motivations were never explained, although many viewers assumed her to be deeply associated with the Syndicate conspirators and working against Special Agent Fox Mulder in his pursuit of the truth within the X-Files.[24] An old fling of Agent Mulder, additional tension was generated on the show and amongst viewers because of a perceived rekindling of her former close personal relationship with agent Mulder and the possibility of Fowley coming between him and his trusted partner, Special Agent Dana Scully.[23]

The character of Diana Fowley subsequently vanished during "The Sixth Extinction II: Amor Fati". Her absence was explained by Agent Scully stating, "Diana Fowley was found murdered this morning", although her death was not witnessed.[5]

Alvin Kersh

Deputy Director Alvin D. Kersh is played by James Pickens, Jr. Kersh was a Navy A-6 Intruder weapons officer during the Vietnam War. He is known for using the same instincts that served him as an aviator in the military to guide his career in the FBI.[17]

As an Assistant Director, he temporarily became supervisor to Agents Fox Mulder and Dana Scully when they were assigned away from the X-Files division.[9] During this time, the Cigarette Smoking Man could be seen in his office, reminiscent of his silent presence in Walter Skinner's office in earlier seasons.[2] Kersh assigned Mulder and Scully mostly to menial tasks, such as terrorist details and Federal background checks. When they did investigate an X-File behind his back, Kersh would charge them for expenses they incurred on the case, forcing them to pay out of their own pocket.[25] He also attempted to separate Mulder and Scully, believing that Mulder threw away a promising career as a criminal profiler, but that Scully's career could still be saved.[26]

When Mulder and Scully were reassigned to the X-Files Section, Kersh continued to climb the ladder, culminating in an assignment as Deputy Director. It was not long after his promotion that Mulder was abducted by aliens. Kersh assigned John Doggett to run the manhunt for Mulder.[17] When Mulder returned, Kersh refused to assign him to the X-Files, keeping Doggett in that position.[7] When Mulder and Doggett pursued an unauthorized case, Kersh was prepared to fire them both, but Mulder accepted full responsibility and was dismissed from the FBI.[27] Shortly thereafter, Mulder disappeared again, and Doggett brought in Monica Reyes to help him investigate Kersh's involvement in the conspiracy surrounding Mulder's disappearance. The investigation turned up nothing. Although Doggett seemed convinced that Kersh was involved in the conspiracy, Kersh insisted that he was actually protecting Mulder.[19]

During the ninth season, the Toothpick Man, a key conspirator, could be seen in the company of Kersh, much like Cigarette Smoking Man before. In the end, Kersh showed a heroic side when during the series finale, he helped Doggett and Skinner free Mulder from a military prison. Following this, Kersh had to permanently close the X-Files to appease his irate superiors.[28] The X-Files are still officially closed when Mulder consults with the FBI 6 years later when FBI Agent Monica Bannon goes missing, however, Kersh is noticeably absent.[29]

Kimberly

Kimberly appeared in a total of seven episodes. She was an employee of the Federal Bureau of Investigation who worked, from at least 1994 until 1997, as the personal assistant to Assistant Director Walter Skinner. Kimberly was succeeded by Arlene as Skinner's assistant.[1]

Pendrell

Special Agent Pendrell is portrayed by actor Brendan Beiser. Agent Pendrell first appeared as an employee of the FBI's Sci-Crime Lab who assisted Agent Scully in her investigations in the third season.[30]

Pendrell shows a helpful demeanor, a self-deprecating nature and nurses an obvious crush on Agent Dana Scully. He provides analytical assistance to Mulder and Scully over the course of several episodes, showing a particular aptitude for working with computers and biological materials.[30] His feelings for Scully, however, remain unrequited; in the fourth-season episode "Tempus Fugit", Pendrell runs into Scully in a bar. He seizes the opportunity to buy her a birthday drink. On his way back to Scully's table, Pendrell is caught in the crossfire of a shootout with a Syndicate assassin, taking a bullet. He subsequently dies of his wound, leaving Scully to mourn that she had never even learned his first name.[31][31]

Jeffrey Spender

Jeffrey Frank Spender is portrayed by Chris Owens. Spender was a skeptic who was assigned to The X-Files after Fox Mulder's forced leave. Spender is the son of the Cigarette Smoking Man (also known as C. G. B. Spender, or CSM) and his ex-wife, multiple abductee Cassandra Spender. Heavily involved in the Syndicate at that time, CSM abandoned the family when Spender was 12 years old.[32] Subsequently, his mother was driven insane by what she claims were multiple alien abductions.[32] Shortly after Samantha Mulder was abducted and then returned, Jeffrey and Samantha were raised together by his father in California.[33] Spender met Agents Fox Mulder and Dana Scully in 1997. That same year CSM began sending him letters, however Spender would return them unopened.[32] After his father set fire to the X-Files in "The End", Spender and Agent Diana Fowley start working on the X-Files.[23] Spender receives orders from CSM to push Mulder and Scully to be fired from the FBI, which he eventually does in "Two Fathers".[24] Later on he reinstates Mulder and Scully to the X-Files but appears to be shot in the head and killed by his father in "One Son".[34]

Three years later, it is revealed in "William" that Spender survived the gunshot, but was subjected to horribly disfiguring experiments at the hands of his father. Posing as Mulder, he infiltrated Scully's house, and injected William with a magnetite substance to seemingly "cure" the baby of his telekinetic powers. The motivation or repercussions of his actions are never fully explained.[35] He testified for the defense during Mulder's murder trial in "The Truth" where he revealed that Teena Mulder had an affair with CSM, and that he and Fox Mulder are half-brothers. A DNA test conducted on a disfigured Spender in the episode "William" initially led agents Scully, Doggett and Reyes to believe he was Fox Mulder thus lending further credence to Spender's claim that both he and Mulder are the children of the Cigarette Smoking Man.[28]

The Lone Gunmen

John Fitzgerald Byers

John Fitzgerald Byers is portrayed by Bruce Harwood. Byers was born in Sterling, Virginia on November 22, 1963, the day John F. Kennedy was assassinated, and was named after the fallen president – his parents were originally planning to name him Bertram after his father. Byers idolized his namesake, but always had suspicions about the real cause of his death.[36]

Byers worked as a public affairs officer for the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) in Baltimore until May 1989. At this time he met Susanne Modeski at a consumer electronics show in Baltimore and instantly fell in love with her. Initially lying about her identity to him, she revealed herself to be a scientist working for the Army Advanced Weapons facility and appealed to him for help in stopping one of her developments – a gas causing fear and paranoia – from being used by the military on innocent civilians. Enlisting the help of Melvin Frohike and Richard Langly, who were also at the electronics show, they succeeded in helping Modeski, although she was later kidnapped. Modeski had awakened a desire in all three of them to uncover the truth, which subsequently led to the formation and publication of The Lone Gunmen newsletter, providing information on government cover-ups and conspiracy theories.[36] Leaving the FCC and publishing the newsletter led to estrangement from his father, although the two were briefly reconciled in 2001.[37]

Byers appears to have some working knowledge of medicine, genetics and chemistry; he is able to interpret DNA strands, instantly informing Fox Mulder that Dana Scully’s blood had been tampered with in "One Breath".[38] All three of the Lone Gunmen died in the X-Files episode "Jump the Shark", sacrificing themselves to save thousands from a terrorist created plague by using fire doors to seal themselves in a closed hallway with the man carrying the plague. Walter Skinner pulled some strings and arranged for them to be interred at Arlington National Cemetery as tribute to their brave deeds.[39]

Melvin Frohike

Melvin Frohike is portrayed by Tom Braidwood. Frohike was born circa 1953 in Pontiac, Michigan. Prior to joining The Lone Gunmen, he was an acclaimed tango dancer in Miami. On giving up the tango, he toured the country with hippies before founding Frohike Electronics Corp., specializing in cable pirating hardware.[40]

In 1989 at a consumer electronics show in Baltimore, where his company had a trade stand, he met John Fitzgerald Byers and Richard Langly and they subsequently formed a group publishing The Lone Gunmen newsletter.[36] Frohike has a deep attraction for Dana Scully. In his first appearance he was taking photographs of Scully, ogling her and calling her “tasty”. Whilst this attraction seemed rather lustful at first, he has shown genuine affection for Scully (and Fox Mulder) on numerous occasions, being the first person to bring her flowers after she returned from her abduction in the episode "One Breath", and rescuing her from the attentions of Morris Fletcher in "Three of a Kind".[37][38][41] All three of the Lone Gunmen died in the X-Files episode "Jump the Shark". They intentionally lock themselves in a closed hallway with a man carrying a terrorist created plague saving thousands. Walter Skinner arranges for them to be interred at Arlington National Cemetery.[39]

Richard Langly

Richard “Ringo” Langly is portrayed by Dean Haglund. Langly was born circa 1968/69 in Oakbank, Manitoba, Canada. He showed an aptitude for computers from an early age, which was frowned upon by his parents.[42] In 1989 he met Melvin Frohike and John Fitzgerald Byers at a consumer electronics show in Baltimore, and they subsequently formed a group publishing The Lone Gunmen newsletter. Langly wears thick black-rimmed glasses, heavy metal and punk T-shirts (favoring The Ramones in particular) and jeans. He has long, blond hair (which sometimes leads to him being mistaken for a girl) and bears a striking resemblance to Garth Algar from Wayne's World. He idolizes Joey Ramone in particular.[36]

Langly is The Lone Gunmen’s expert in computers, hacking and programming. He is possibly the most paranoid of the Gunmen, taping all incoming phone calls, including those from Fox Mulder. All three of the Lone Gunmen died in the X-Files episode "Jump the Shark", sacrificing themselves to save thousands from a terrorist created plague by using fire doors to seal themselves in a closed hallway with the man carrying the plague. Walter Skinner pulled some strings and arranged for them to be interred at Arlington National Cemetery as tribute to their brave deeds.[39]

Men in Black characters

Black-Haired Man

Black-Haired Man is portrayed by Michael Shamus Wiles. He first appeared in the 5th season finale, "The End", where he executed The Shooter.[23] In the feature film, The X-Files, he is seen leaving a building before it is blown up, and also surveils at least one of Fox Mulder's meetings with Alvin Kurtzweil. He also kidnaps Dana Scully disguised as a paramedic, and nearly kills Mulder when he fires at him point blank.[43] He is ordered to spy on Scully in "En Ami", and almost kills her via sniper rifle, but is dispatched by his superior, Cigarette Smoking Man.[44]

Luis Cardinal

Luis Cardinal is portrayed by Lenno Britos who appeared in a total of four episodes. Cardinal was a Nicaraguan mercenary working for the Cigarette Smoking Man, briefly partnered with Alex Krycek, at which time he killed Dana Scully's sister, Melissa Scully, in a case of mistaken identity.[45] He also shot Assistant Director Walter Skinner, who had survived.[46] He was later taken into custody by the Washington, D.C. Police Department, and was then eliminated in prison to keep silent.[47]

Morris Fletcher

Morris Fletcher is portrayed by Michael McKean. Fletcher was in charge of keeping all of Area 51's information out of the press, by all means necessary. He has claimed that in 1979, he found a young dinner theater actor named John Gillnitz in Tulsa, Oklahoma. He set him up as the President of Iraq under the name Saddam Hussein in order to distract the American public. During his time in Area 51, Fletcher met Ronald Reagan's family and Newt Gingrich.[48]

In 1998, as a result of a UFO warp incident, accidentally caused by General Edward Wegman, Fletcher switched minds with FBI Special Agent Fox Mulder. During his time inhabiting Mulder's body, Fletcher revealed state secrets to The Lone Gunmen and helped improve Mulder's relationship with Assistant Director Alvin Kersh. When the warp reversed itself, and Mulder and Fletcher returned to their rightful bodies, they lost all memories of the events, and only a few changes actually occurred.[48] The following year, Fletcher was among the visitors to Def-Con 99 in Las Vegas, Nevada.[37] Two years later he appeared on The Lone Gunmen episode "All About Yves".

By 2002, he had left Area 51 and was working for an international arms dealer. He staged another hoax to once again catch Harlow, the arms dealer's daughter. Using FBI Special Agents John Doggett and Monica Reyes, Fletcher tracked down Harlow and helped prevent a massive genetically engineered virus from being released in New York City. The Lone Gunmen died from the virus and Fletcher was present at their funeral.[39]

Alex Krycek

Alex Krycek is portrayed by Nicholas Lea. Krycek is a Russian-American who makes his first appearance in the season two episode "Sleepless", where Krycek, a young FBI special agent, is assigned as a temporary investigation partner to Fox Mulder. Krycek proceeds to work with Mulder and attempts to gain his trust.[49]

However, it later becomes evident that Krycek is actually an undercover agent working for the Cigarette Smoking Man.[49] Krycek plays an important part in several events that are harmful to Mulder and Dana Scully: he assists in Scully's abduction, and murders Mulder's father, William "Bill" Mulder.[50] Krycek also assaults Assistant Director Walter Skinner and acquires a secret tape from him which reveals a US government coverup regarding alien visits to Earth. After a botched murder attempt on Scully results in the death of her sister, the Cigarette Smoking Man attempts to kill Krycek with a car bomb, but Krycek escapes.[46] He lies low in Hong Kong for a short period, selling secrets acquired from the tape until he is found, beaten and apprehended by Mulder who takes him back to the US. Unbeknown to him, Krycek is under the control of an alien organism and he escapes Mulder before he is taken to a missile silo in North Dakota by the Cigarette Smoking Man. Having ejected the alien influence into an alien craft, he is left locked in a missile bay, screaming and banging on the door.

When escaping a gulag in Russia, where Krycek pursues a mysterious rock, his left arm is amputated to prevent some experiments on him.[51] Later in the series, Krycek can be seen switching sides as it suits him, occasionally helping Mulder, Cigarette Smoking Man and other people. He attempted to blackmail Skinner by infecting him with lethal nanotechnology,[3] but ended up being thrown into a Tunisian prison when the Cigarette Smoking Man discovered that Krycek had stolen an alien artifact from him. In the last season 7 episode, "Requiem", Krycek tries and fails to kill the wheelchair-bound Cigarette Smoking Man by throwing him down a flight of stairs.[52] Later, when Mulder was abducted by aliens and returned in a deathlike state, Krycek attempts to again blackmail Skinner, with the means to save Mulder's life. Skinner refuses, and Krycek has a violent confrontation with John Doggett before escaping.[7] In the last season 8 episode, "Existence", Krycek is shot between the eyes and killed by Skinner during an unsuccessful attempt to kill Mulder.[19] Krycek's ghost briefly showed up to help Mulder escape a military base in the series finale.[28]

Gray-Haired Man

Gray-Haired Man is portrayed by Morris Panych. Gray-Haired Man was a Men in Black agent working for the Syndicate sent to disrupt an operation run by clones involving human ova at the Lombard Research Facility.[53] While trying to learn more about Dana Scully's cancer, Fox Mulder and The Lone Gunmen broke into the facility and discovered Kurt Crawford clones developing hybrids, a scene which Mulder had seen nearly two years prior. The Gray-Haired Man had killed one of the clones using a gimlet weapon and likely intended to kill the others as well. He chased down Mulder and nearly shot him through bulletproof glass, emptying several magazines by shooting the same place repeatedly, but Mulder escaped.[54]

X

X is portrayed by Steven Williams. X was a high-ranking member of the Men In Black (MIB), a group of operatives used by The Syndicate to carry out their dirty work. X first appeared at the beginning of season 2, after he contacts Mulder to tell him he "has a friend at the FBI." X became Fox Mulder's information source after Deep Throat, Mulder's first informant, was executed. X is a subordinate of the Cigarette Smoking Man.

While X's loyalties and his own agenda were often unclear, he has more than once proven that he at least does not want Mulder dead. In the episode "End Game", he is approached by Dana Scully, who pleads that she needs to know where Mulder is, believing his life to be in danger. Initially X refuses, and is subsequently confronted by Walter Skinner, who seemed to recognize X. He relinquishes Mulder's location, though not until after a brief but intense scuffle with Skinner.[55] In the episode "731", X's loyalty to Mulder is further confirmed. Trapped on a train car equipped with a time bomb, Mulder, about to escape, is attacked brutally by an MIB assassin. X fatally shoots the Red Haired Man as he is about to step off the car. X boards the car with only enough time left to save either Mulder or the alien-human hybrid the car was transporting, opting to save Mulder, and carries him off to safety just as the car explodes.[56]

In the season 4 opener "Herrenvolk", X's position as an informant is discovered by the Syndicate. When suspicion arises after the finding of photographs that were taken of Cigarette Smoking Man by X, false information is planted at the First Elder's behest, in order to root out the leak. Attempting to relay the information to Mulder, X goes to his apartment and is surprised by fellow MIB operative, the Gray Haired Man, who fatally shoots him. With his last strength, X crawls to Mulder's doorstep and writes in his own blood "SRSG", meaning "Special Representative to the Secretary General" of the United Nations, and thus, this clue leads Mulder to Marita Covarrubias.[57] After his death, X appears two more times: in The Lone Gunmen origin story "Unusual Suspects," set before his death, and as a ghost in the series finale.[28][36]

Syndicate characters

Cigarette Smoking Man

C.G.B. Spender, best known as the Cigarette Smoking Man and Cancer Man, is portrayed by William B. Davis, and serves as the main antagonist of the series. According to the 4th season episode "Musings of a Cigarette Smoking Man," Spender was born in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, on August 20, 1940. This date, however, is directly contradicted by the 3rd season episode "Apocrypha," in which a young adult Smoking Man (played by 24-year-old actor Craig Warkentin) interrogates a hospitalized submariner on August 19, 1953, at which time Spender would by the later account have been only 13 years old. Again according to "Musings of a Cigarette Smoking Man," he grew up an orphan – his father, a Soviet spy, was executed for treason in a Louisiana electric chair when he was a boy and his mother died of cancer. In 1962 he was stationed along with Bill Mulder at a US Army Special Warfare Center at Fort Bragg, North Carolina. As a young man he was known for having a long history in black operations and American intelligence. He was involved in training Cuban nationals in the Bay of Pigs and the killing of John F. Kennedy (in fact he is shown as Kennedy's assassin firing from a storm drain in the curb of Elm Street, the location that New Orleans D.A. Jim Garrison thought the killer hid in) and Martin Luther King. In the early 1990s, he wrote a book which failed to gather much media attention.[58] In Spender's first appearance, he oversaw Dana Scully's debriefing and disposed of her evidence in the show's pilot episode, and eventually developed into the series' primary antagonist. The character is known initially only by this nickname because he is almost always seen chain-smoking Morley Cigarettes, and is usually surrounded by clouds of smoke. In the first seasons of the show, he was usually present in Walter Skinner's office, which was often a sign to discredit Fox Mulder's work on the X-Files.[11]

He is involved in the Syndicate, a shadow organization within the United States government that exists to hide the fact that aliens are visiting Earth from the public. Spender is the leader of the Men in Black (MIB) in the series.[59] In the season 6 two-part episodes "Two Fathers" and "One Son" it is learned that his birthname or alias is C.G.B. Spender and was formerly married to Cassandra Spender, with whom he had a son, Jeffrey Frank Spender. Diana Fowley is revealed to be a subordinate of his; together, they escape the annihilation of the Syndicate. His confidence in Jeffrey falters after a failed assassination attempt and later on Jeffrey's betrayal, he confronts his son and apparently kills him.[24][34] The episodes also presented further evidence suggesting that he is Mulder's father. Eventually, Fowley also splits from him, which leads to her death. After the fall of the Syndicate, Smoking Man has no more fellow conspirators who can match his power, so he begins to operate as he wishes.[5] However, his cancer resurfaces and he requires the use of a wheelchair. At the end of the 7th season, Alex Krycek and Marita Covarrubias betray him and throw him down a flight of stairs, where they presumed him dead.[52]

Through the 9th season, he was presumed dead until Jeffrey Spender appeared in "William". It is learned that his attempted murder on his son failed which led him to subject his son to terrible experiments. In this very same episode it is revealed that he is Mulder's biological father.[35] In the series finale, Mulder and Scully travel through remote New Mexico, and reach a pueblo where a "wise man" reputedly lives. It is in fact the Smoking Man. He is shown to be in the same condition as when he disappeared, but has degenerated further and is now quite unkempt. He has a shock of long white hair, and living a primitive life in hiding from the New Syndicate. He reveals to Mulder and Scully all he has left to tell, including the fact that the aliens are scheduled to invade in 2012. Shortly after he is killed by a missile shot from a helicopter ordered by Knowle Rohrer.[28]

Marita Covarrubias

Portraying actress Laurie Holden.

Marita Covarrubias (AKA "UN Blonde", typically pronounced as "unblonde") is portrayed by Laurie Holden. Covarrubias becomes an informant to Fox Mulder after the death of his former source, X. Assistant to one of the Special Representatives of the UN Secretary General, she is a mysterious character with little known background, though it is known Cigarette Smoking Man (CSM) was her direct superior.[60] She is somewhat more reluctant than Mulder's previous informants, often only offering information when approached by him, however at times her help proved invaluable to Mulder's quest for the truth – a cause she once mentions she supports.[61]

During the fifth season, the Syndicate discovered that Marita had betrayed them and was providing information to Mulder. As a result, she was used as a guinea pig for the vaccination that the Syndicate had been developing to fight the black oil after she became infected with it.[32] The tests, having been conducted on Marita for about a year, disfigured her. In the following season, Covarrubias is spotted by Mulder at a decontamination facility. She is later discovered by Jeffrey Spender with whom she pleads to help her escape the facility, addressing him by name as well as giving him information about the whereabouts of his mother. Alex Krycek, also present at the facility, declines to help the pair, and leaves Covarrubias for dead.[24][34]

Later in season 7, she returns, having been restored to normal, presumably in exchange for helping the Cigarette Smoking Man. At his request, she sets off to secure Krycek's release from a foreign prison and informs the newly released Krycek of the ailing CSM's imminent demise. After the pair returns to the United States, CSM informs them of his plans to have the pair reinstate the conspiracy and sends them off to track down a downed alien craft. She and Krycek contact Walter Skinner and Mulder to inform them about the alien spaceship, and later turn on the Cigarette Smoking Man pushing him down a flight of stairs, presuming him dead.[52]

In the series finale, Skinner seeks Marita as his star witness in Mulder's murder trial. After Skinner fails to track her down, a ghostly image of X hands Mulder a scrap of paper with Marita's new address scribbled upon it. She is soon called upon to testify, and speaks about her involvement with the conspiracy to some extent. However, when Skinner pushes for further information about the continuation of the conspiracy, Marita clams up, and at Mulder's request, is dismissed from the witness chair out of fear that if she divulges certain information, she would be killed.[28]

Deep Throat

Jerry Hardin as Deep Throat.

Deep Throat is portrayed by American actor Jerry Hardin. It is suggested in "Musings of a Cigarette Smoking Man" that his real name is Ronald.[58] Deep Throat first appears in the episode "Deep Throat", warning agent Fox Mulder of the danger he is in, and later offers to help him. He subsequently becomes Mulder's covert information source. Whenever Mulder needs Deep Throat's help, Mulder places a black light lamp in his window. This is similar to how the real-life reporter Bob Woodward would "call" his informant known as Deep Throat during the Watergate scandal, in which he claimed to move a potted plant on his balcony a certain way to signal a meeting.[62]

During the first season of The X-Files, the paternal-like Deep Throat provided Mulder and Dana Scully with information they would have been otherwise unable to obtain, leading to some interesting investigations. Being a member of the then-unseen Syndicate, he was in a position to know a great deal of information. Generally, Deep Throat used his power to help Mulder, though without jeopardizing his own security, and so his information was sometimes vague and needed to be decoded by Mulder. Deep Throat felt that the truth the Syndicate kept secret from the public needed to be known, and believed Mulder to be the one person capable of doing so.[14] However, Deep Throat had at least once provided Mulder with false information in order to divert him, later explaining that he believed the public was just not ready to know some truths.[41]

During the Vietnam War, and while still part of the Syndicate, Deep Throat worked for the Central Intelligence Agency. When a UFO was shot down over Hanoi by the US Marines, the surviving extraterrestrial was brought to Deep Throat who, following Syndicate policy, executed it. He later claimed that his assistance of Mulder is his way of atonement for what he had done. He also stated that he was "a participant in some of the most insidious lies and witness to deeds that no crazed man could imagine". He became disillusioned with the Syndicate, although—unlike Bill Mulder or Alvin Kurtzweil—he remained a member.[41]

In the first season finale of The X-Files, "The Erlenmeyer Flask", Mulder was taken hostage by a group of Men in Black operatives, following his investigation into an alien-human hybrid program. Fearing for Mulder's life, Deep Throat helped Scully gain access a high containment facility, where she managed to secretly remove a cryogenically preserved alien fetus for use as collateral in saving Mulder. In the subsequent meeting between the operatives and Deep Throat, he was gunned down by a Syndicate assassin, the Crew Cut Man, on orders from the Smoking Man. Deep Throat was buried at the Arlington National Cemetery.[59]

After his death, Deep Throat was succeeded by X, who also becomes somewhat of an informant to Mulder.

First Elder

The First Elder is portrayed by Don S. Williams. He was a high-ranking member of the Syndicate. His exact position in the Syndicate was unclear, especially in regard to the Well Manicured Man, though at times he seemed higher-ranking than the Smoking Man. He contacted Scully in person while Mulder pursued evidence of an alien autopsy on a train.[56] He also obtained photographs taken by X of a meeting between The Smoking Man and Teena Mulder as proof that one of the Smoking Man's henchmen was a traitor. The First Elder set up a trap to reveal the identity of the traitor and dispatched an assassin to kill him. Sure enough, X fell for the trap and was executed.[57]

After Mulder shot Department of Defense agent Scott Ostlehoff in his head to obscure his identity, Mulder and Scully used the situation to effectively fake Mulder's death. CSM spoke with the First Elder at a horse track about Mulder's death, which CSM saw as unfortunate and unhelpful. However, the fact that Mulder was alive soon became known to both men, upon which the First Elder ordered one of his operatives to carry out a specific task. The operative followed CSM as he tried to recruit Mulder to work with the Syndicate, watching their movements through the scope of a sniper rifle. Shortly after the discovery of Scott Blevins' betrayal, the First Elder's operative shot CSM, who had been holding a photograph of Mulder and his sister.[12] He was killed along with the rest of the Syndicate by a group of Alien rebels in 1999.[34]

Second Elder

The Second Elder is portrayed by George Murdock. He is a member of the Syndicate. While it was never made clear what power the Second Elder held in the Syndicate, it is clear that he did not have the same power as the First Elder or Conrad Strughold. He seemed to be a skeptic and wanted to collaborate with the Colonists since he did not believe in the Alien rebels. The Second Elder made his first appearance in "The Red and the Black" in season 5.[32] The Well-Manicured Man showed photos of the Faceless Rebel to the Syndicate Elders at the hospital. The First Elder and Second Elder discussed what appeared to be self-mutilation, but deduced it was some sort of protection against the black oil. The rebel was the lone survivor of a crashed spacecraft at a military base in West Virginia. Already possessing the Russian vaccine obtained by Alex Krycek, the Well-Manicured Man and the Elders realize that their ultimate goal of stopping the alien invasion (whilst maintaining the facade of assisting it), may be achieved by creating an alliance with the alien resistance. To test the effectiveness of the vaccine, Marita Covarrubias was injected with it.[60]

The Second Elder's final appearance was in "Two Fathers". The Cigarette Smoking Man called the Second Elder at his home to inform of the Rebel attack. He had called an emergency meeting of the Syndicate and encouraged the Second Elder to attend. The Second Elder indicated that he would catch the next plane, then hung up the phone. Shortly afterward, he was killed by a Rebel, which then infiltrates the Syndicate's meeting disguised as the Second Elder. The rebel in disguise is later killed by Alex Krycek after a failed attempt by Jeffrey Spender.[24]

Third Elder

The Third Elder was a character on The X-Files portrayed by John Moore. He was a high-ranking member of the Syndicate who worked on the so-called "Project" which involved the alien colonists.[45][46] The Third Elder was killed in 1999, along with the rest of the Syndicate, by a group of faceless aliens.[24][34]

Knowle Rohrer

Adam Baldwin, who played the super soldier Knowle Rohrer.

Knowle Rohrer is portrayed by Adam Baldwin. He served alongside Sergeant John Doggett in the U.S. Marine Corps with the 24th MAU (Marine Amphibious Unit) in Beirut, Lebanon. Doggett and Rohrer were friends, but lost touch when Rohrer and Shannon McMahon were taken out of their company to be the first people transformed into Super Soldiers, a new type of alien-human hybrid intended by the alien Colonists as replacements for normal humans.[63]

Knowle continued on with his military career by joining the Department of Defense. The work he did there is unknown, but it is safe to assume that he was involved in classified operations. When Doggett became assigned to the X-Files, he re-established contact with Rohrer.[63][64] Doggett became suspicious of Rohrer when information was given to him from Rohrer that got a man killed, but it was not until Doggett saw Rohrer meet with Alex Krycek that he realized Rohrer was a member of the conspiracy.[19]

In "Nothing Important Happened Today II", he is decapitated by fellow Super Soldier, Shannon McMahon, but owing to his hybrid abilities, manages to then impale her with his arm, and they both fall into a water reservoir, presumably both now dead.[20]

However in the series finale, "The Truth", it is revealed that he survived, when Mulder breaks into Mount Weather. Rohrer chases down Mulder, and in the ensuing scuffle, Rohrer plummets onto some power lines. Mulder is then taken into military custody and put on trial for Rohrer's supposed death. Eventually, Mulder breaks out with the help of Alvin Kersh, and with Dana Scully, headed to New Mexico for a final confrontation with the Cigarette Smoking Man, whom he discovered was still alive. Doggett and Monica Reyes went after Mulder and Scully to warn them that the conspirators knew where they were. Rohrer, alive and well, followed, intending to kill them all (including the Cigarette Smoking Man, who had long since outlived his usefulness to the conspiracy). However, as he approached Doggett and Reyes in the New Mexican desert, Rohrer died from exposure to magnetite. It turned out that the Cigarette Smoking Man figured out that magnetite killed the Super Soldiers, and consequently chose to hide in a pueblo saturated with it.[28]

Bill Mulder

William "Bill" Mulder is portrayed by Peter Donat. William was the father of Fox and Samantha Mulder and husband of Teena Mulder. He was born in California in 1936. As a young man, he began working for the government and eventually the State Department. Among his colleagues were Deep Throat, Alvin Kurtzweil, and the Cigarette Smoking Man.[47] In 1973, the group of men became organized as the Syndicate. As part of the colonization plot, the members of the Syndicate were to exchange a loved one each for an alien fetus. Possession of the fetus would allow the Syndicate to begin development of an alien-human hybrid. Mulder was against this exchange and did not appear at El Rico Air Force Base with a loved one as planned. In order to secure the exchange, an alien spacecraft was sent to retrieve his daughter, Samantha, who had been selected by Mulder instead of his son, Fox. Horrified at his own involvement, Mulder came up with the plan to create a vaccine against the alien virus that would be used during colonization. Even though he got his way and development of the vaccine began,[34] Mulder suffered further personal trauma when he and his wife divorced. He moved from their home in Chilmark to another in West Tisbury, Massachusetts.

In 1994, William planned to divulge all his secrets to his son after encountering a clone of Samantha fleeing an alien bounty hunter. However, the Syndicate learned of his intention to reveal the truth to Mulder, and Alex Krycek was sent to prevent it. Krycek murdered William in his vacation home on Martha's Vineyard.[50]

Toothpick Man

Dale at the 2008 BAFTA Television Awards.

Toothpick Man is portrayed by New Zealand actor Alan Dale.[65] His role in the series was the leader of the New Syndicate. During the ninth season he worked within the FBI.[21] He is noted for consistently fiddling a toothpick. Although he appeared human, he was exposed to be an alien by Gibson Praise in the final episode (albeit the viewing audience was earlier shown the characteristic alien bumps on the back of his neck at the end of the season nine episode "Providence").[21][66]

Toothpick Man was created to replace The Smoking Man (portrayed by William B. Davis), who had been written out at the end of season 7. He had access to the President of the United States, as can be seen in a deleted scene of the final episode.[67]

Well-Manicured Man

The Well-Manicured Man (abbreviated to WMM) was portrayed by English theatre and film actor John Neville. The Well-Manicured Man was featured on the show from 1995–1998. He is an English member of the Syndicate, a shadow organization within the United States government that exists to hide from the public the fact that extraterrestrials are planning to repopulate the Earth. He is an important member of the Syndicate, along with The Smoking Man and The Elder, and was a friend of William Mulder earlier on in his life.[45]

The Well-Manicured Man prefers subtlety to brute force, and will attempt to manipulate those in his way before using physical violence. Although the Syndicate's goals are opposed to those of Fox Mulder and Dana Scully's, WMM will, at times, aid them with clues or information, believing that letting out a certain amount of information would help to keep the two close, and consequently allow for them to be controlled.[45] WMM openly despises the Cigarette Smoking Man, seeing him as too impulsive, violent, and as generally unprofessional. The two maintain a bitter relationship within the Syndicate throughout the series. In season 5, Well-Manicured Man takes under his wing Alex Krycek, an MIB operative who previously worked for, then had a falling out with, the Cigarette Smoking Man.[61]

In the 1998 feature film The X-Files: Fight the Future, when Scully is infected with the alien virus and taken to Antarctica as part of the above-mentioned repopulation program, it is WMM who, having grown disillusioned with the Syndicate, gives Mulder the coordinates needed to find her and a sample of the vaccine needed to cure Scully. Shortly after this meeting, during which he reminded Mulder to "Trust no one," he dies in an apparent self-inflicted car explosion, his last act being one of altruism. His only known subordinate was Alex Krycek. He also owned a large estate in Somerset, England.[43]

Other characters

Charles Burks

Doctor Charles "Chuck" Burks is portrayed by Bill Dow and appeared in a total of six episodes. Burks is a scientist and a friend of Fox Mulder who occasionally assisted him and John Doggett and Dana Scully with his expertise in graphics analysis.[68] In 2001, Burks was contacted by Agent Scully concerning a case that may have involved some sort of mysticism. Burks told her about Indian mystics, which turned out to be exactly what the case entailed. Doggett was not impressed with Burks and was rather brusque with him. However, Burks' theory of the mystic was proven to be true when an interrogation subject turned out to be an illusion cast by the mystic that did not appear on a video camera.[43]

Max Fenig

Max Fenig was a member of NICAP who met Fox Mulder in a military detention, after being captured while investigating a possible UFO crash site. Mulder eventually discovered that Fenig was more than a UFO fanatic, despite Dana Scully's suspicion that his abduction experiences were the result of hallucinations or epilepsy – an illness that was revealed after Fenig suffered a seizure during the episode. Max Fenig lived in a trailer, which was parked at Townsend, Wisconsin, full of UFO material.[14] Besides being an epileptic, he was constantly in fear of being abducted again and had a red scar in the shape of a triangle behind his ear. Fenig had already heard about Mulder and the X-Files. After being captured in his trailer, Fenig was seen for the last time by Mulder in a waterfront dock floating in the air encased in blue light – he vanished seconds later. He reappeared much later, in a two-part episode during the fourth season.[31][69]

Theresa Hoese

Theresa Hoese (née Nemman) is portrayed by Sarah Koskoff. Hoese was the daughter of Jay Nemman, her first appearance was when she travelled to a cemetery with her father in her hometown of Bellefleur, Oregon. Her father was infuriated with Fox Mulder and Dana Scully, who were preparing to exhume the body of Ray Soames, which he had autopsied earlier. Hoese tried to speak to the FBI agents at the cemetery, but her father forced her to stay in the car in which they had arrived. Eventually, she persuaded her father to leave with her in the car and accompany her home. Later in the same month, Teresa Nemman made an anonymous phone call to Mulder's motel room and informed him that Peggy O'Dell was dead. While Mulder and Scully stood outside one night, Teresa Nemman came to the agents and pleaded for their help. She was later kidnapped by Billy Miles and nearly abducted by aliens, but was saved by Mulder and Scully.[11]

Seven years later she met Mulder and Scully again, married at the time to Ray Hoese, and living with her husband and baby. By this time she had changed her name from Nemman to Hoese. She was later kidnapped by an Alien Bounty Hunter.[52] She was returned to Earth in "This Is Not Happening", which led to an investigation by John Doggett and Scully.[6] Theresa nearly died but was saved by Jeremiah Smith. She later appeared in a slide show in "Three Words".[64]

Albert Hosteen

Albert Hosteen is portrayed by Floyd Red Crow Westerman. Hosteen was a Navajo code talker whom Dana Scully sought out for help to translate the encrypted files on a digital disc obtained by Fox Mulder. He led Mulder to a buried boxcar filled with the corpses of human-alien hybrids.[50] Hosteen saved Mulder's life after he nearly died in the boxcar after an attack by the Men in Black. Soon after, he traveled to Washington, D.C. where he prayed over Melissa Scully in the hospital.[45]

Years later, Hosteen returned when he once again was called to translate alien writing from an artifact found on the Ivory Coast.[68] Hosteen was later taken to a New Mexico hospital, due to an unexplained illness, with his doctors fearing the worst. Hosteen died after spending two weeks in a coma. Before dying, Hosteen's spirit appeared to Scully several times in her apartment imploring her to find and save her missing partner before Syndicate scientists could remove and study the immunity he had to the alien virus inside him, using it in their plans for surviving Colonization. Hosteen subtly guided her to Mulder's location encouraging a more spiritual route; Hosteen and Scully prayed for Mulder. The next morning, he vanished, having died the night before.[5][70]

Michael Kritschgau

Michael Kritschgau is portrayed by John Finn. Kritschgau was an employee of the Department of Defense who claimed to know the entire truth behind the insidious government conspiracy. He met Scully in a hospital, where he pushed her down stairs while attempting to escape. Nevertheless, he contacted her and Mulder again to tell them the truth as he understood it. He explained that the entire alien and UFO conspiracy was nothing more than an elaborate series of lies to draw attention away from sinister military experiments on an unsuspecting public.[16] So-called "abductions" were actually careful military tests involving chemical and biological warfare, among other things. Kritschgau's son died as a result of Gulf War Syndrome, which he felt party to because of his work at the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency and connections to a pharmaceutical company called Roush. Following the incidents, Kritschgau was fired.[12]

In 1999, the discovery of an alien spacecraft off the coast of Africa caused Mulder to begin experiencing intense mental trauma. While in the hospital, Mulder requested that Skinner bring in Kritschgau, who would know what to do. Kritschgau recognized Mulder's symptoms from his work in the CIA and was able to identify the correct drug to slow down Mulder's brain activity to a normal level. He then became involved in the investigation of the spacecraft symbols, having hacked into Scully's computer and downloading the images she took. Kritschgau's involvement was soon noticed. Alex Krycek was sent to steal his files and burn his apartment, but only after he shot Kritschgau dead.[5][70]

Richard Matheson

Senator Richard Matheson, portrayed by Raymond J. Barry, was a politician that took a liking to Fox Mulder and was interested in his work at the FBI. After the X-Files were shut down in 1994, Matheson prompted Mulder to visit the Arecibo observatory in Puerto Rico to continue his search for the truth. Eventually, Matheson distanced himself from Mulder because he felt his political career might be in jeopardy.[71]

Later that year, Mulder went to Matheson's office in an attempt to contact him to gain information about Scully's abduction, but he was intercepted by X, who told him that Matheson could not give him the information he wanted without risking himself.[72] He would later give Mulder a lead that led him to government program to import Japanese scientists to the US after World War II.[73] Mulder ran into Matheson years later while investigating a mysterious illness contracted by Walter Skinner. Matheson was directly involved in an illicit deal concerning nanotechnology. The incident further soured relations between Mulder and Matheson.[3]

Father McCue

Father McCue is portrayed by Arnie Walters and appeared in a total of three episodes. Father McCue was a Catholic priest whose church was attended by the Scully family. During the course of her work on the X-Files, Dana Scully came to question her faith and experienced a very awkward encounter with Father McCue over dinner at her mother's house. When she developed cancer, Scully felt that religion was unable to address her concerns. Nevertheless, she and Father McCue prayed together in a hospital.[12][16][74]

Shannon McMahon

Shannon McMahon, played by actress Lucy Lawless, was a former comrade of John Doggett, having served with him and Knowle Rohrer in the United States Marine Corps.[64][20] McMahon later reveals herself to be one of the prototypes of a secretive super soldier project, explaining to Dogget details of the project out of hatred for what she had become. McMahon was last seen falling overboard from a docked ship during a fight with fellow super soldier Knowle Rohrer, the two seemingly having killed each other - although Rohrer later returned, despite his decapitation, McMahon was not seen again.[20]

Billy Miles

Billy Miles, portrayed by Zachary Ansley, appeared in five episodes of the series. First seen as the apparently comatose son of a detective from the town Bellefleur, Oregon, Billy was later revealed to be unwittingly assisting in the abductions and deaths of several of his former high school classmates whilst controlled by another presence.[11] Eight years later, having recovered from these events, and now a sheriff's deputy, Miles contacted Mulder and Scully to seek their aid investigating a possible UFO crash. During the course of this investigation, Miles, and Mulder, were abducted.[52] Miles' body was later recovered, in an advanced state of decay, from which was he not only revived, but recreated as a "super soldier", an advanced form of alien-human hybrid.[7] In this new form, Miles set his sights on killing all of those involved in monitoring Scully's abnormal pregnancy, eventually targeting Scully herself. Despite surviving several grievous injuries in the pursuit, Miles - along with a crowd of others - leave tacitly after witnessing the birth of Scully's son William.[18][19]

Teena Mulder

Elizabeth "Teena" Mulder née Kuipers was portrayed by Rebecca Toolan. She was the wife of State Department official Bill Mulder and mother to Fox and Samantha Mulder. Teena was born in Ohio in 1941.[46] Around 1961, Teena had a brief extramarital affair with the Cigarette Smoking Man, a friend of Bill's. In 1965, she gave birth to Samantha Mulder. In November 1973, Samantha was abducted from the family home in Chilmark, Massachusetts, ultimately leading to Teena and Bill's divorce. Teena likely knew more about Samantha's abduction and the Syndicate than she ever let on, but kept this information to herself, either to protect her son, or because it was too painful for her to bring up.[75]

In 1996, she suffered a stroke at the Mulder family's former summerhouse in Quonochontaug, Rhode Island. She survived thanks to a quick emergency call from X, paramedics were able to save her life, but she remained in a coma.[75] The Cigarette Smoking Man later convinced a bounty hunter to heal her.[57] Years later in 2000, Teena committed suicide after learning that she was terminally ill with a disfiguring disease called Paget's Carcinoma. Before her death, she subtly requested that Fox accept that Samantha was gone and move on with his life.[76]

Gibson Praise

Gibson Andrew Praise is a character portrayed by Jeff Gulka. Gibson is introduced as a young chess prodigy who thwarted the assassination attempt on his life by stepping back out of the path of a sniper bullet. Jeffrey Spender was assigned to investigate the case, but Fox Mulder intruded on the briefing and immediately came to the conclusion that Gibson sensed the shot pre-cognitively. The investigation led Dana Scully to find that Gibson had an unusual level of development in one brain lobe not yet fully understood by neuroscience. Mulder thought Gibson might be the key to understanding human potential and to everything in the X-Files. He interrogated the would-be assassin in prison, who said the boy was a "missing link," and Mulder jumped to the conclusion that Gibson had alien genetic structure and was proof of ancient astronauts.[23]

Mulder, Scully, and Diana Fowley attempted to keep Gibson safe and under guard, suspecting that the alien conspirators were the ones behind the attempted assassination, but Fowley was shot while at her post, and Gibson was subsequently kidnapped by the Syndicate.[23] Months later, after the events of the movie, Mulder and Scully found Gibson hiding in their car. Gibson's skull had been cut open and stitched back shut, signs that the Syndicate scientists had conducted experiments or investigations on his brain. They took him to the hospital, where he was soon kidnapped again by an operative of the Cigarette Smoking Man.[9]

In 2001, Scully found Gibson living in Arizona in a school for the deaf, where he was apparently in hiding from alien bounty hunters or a New Syndicate like organization, who wanted him because he was "part alien."[17] At the end of the episode, John Doggett said Gibson had become a ward of the state, and had been put under special protection.[77]

His final appearance was in the series finale, where it was revealed that Mulder had been hiding with Gibson in New Mexico for the duration of his ninth season absence. Gibson volunteered to be a witness at Mulder's trial, despite Mulder's objection that he should stay hidden. After Mulder and Scully leave to make their final escape, Agents Doggett and Monica Reyes vowed that they would try and keep him safe – a promise that Gibson took with a grain of salt, knowing the capabilities of his past captors.[28]

Bill Scully

William "Bill" Scully, Jr. was portrayed by Pat Skipper and Ryan DeBoer, and Joshua Murray during childhood flashbacks. He was the eldest son of William and Margaret Scully and brother to Dana, Melissa, and Charles Scully. Bill, Jr. had followed in his father's footsteps and joined the US Navy. Bill, Jr. was never impressed with Fox Mulder and got angry with Dana when she did not tell him about her cancer. He did not understand why she had not told anyone, why she was still at work. Dana told him she still had responsibility to the people in her life, even though she had not told them about it. Bill angrily asked Dana if her responsibility was to Mulder, and if so, why was he not with her after she was pushed down the stairs by Michael Kritschgau. She ignored his question.[16]

Dana Scully ended up in the hospital after she collapsed at the hearing into Mulder's death. Mulder first met Bill Jr. when he and his mother came to visit Scully. Bill asked Mulder to leave the work out of Scully's illness, to "let her die with dignity". Later, when Mulder brought the chip to Scully as a possible cure, Bill again attacked him. He accused Mulder of being the reason why he lost one sister and now it seemed like he was losing Dana too.[12]

Bill became increasingly worried about his sister when she stayed with him and his wife Tara one Christmas. Dana received a strange phone call that lead to the house of a woman who had apparently committed suicide. Scully believed that the voice on the phone was Melissa's. She disappeared from the house, physically and emotionally, quite a bit over the Christmas holidays, and Bill became worried when she told him she believed Melissa rang from beyond the grave to get her to help Emily Sim, and that she believed Emily was Melissa's daughter. He sympathized with Scully's desire to have a child, because he and Tara had not been able to become parents for years until the time of the episode. He tried to convince her Melissa was not Emily's mother and showed her a photograph of Melissa obviously not pregnant about four weeks before Emily was born, to which Dana replied that there may have been surrogate motherhood and that the family did not know much about Melissa's whereabouts at that time. Bill and Mrs. Scully are shocked to learn that Dana Scully is in fact Emily's mother.[78] They all attended Emily's funeral and were distraught for Scully.[79]

Margaret Scully

Margaret "Maggie" Scully was portrayed by actor Sheila Larken. Margaret, or "Maggie" as she was called by her husband, Bill Scully, is the mother of Dana Scully and her three siblings: William "Bill" Scully, Jr., Melissa Scully (deceased) and Charles Scully.[38][80] Margaret was widowed early in the series, since her husband died of a massive heart attack.[80] She may have a bit of psychic intuition – when Dana is kidnapped, Margaret confessed to Mulder that she had had a premonition about Dana, but was afraid to tell her skeptical daughter.[38][72][81]

Melissa Scully

Melissa "Missy" Scully was portrayed by Melinda McGraw as an adult and Rebecca Codling and Lauren Diewold during childhood flashbacks. Melissa was the sister of Dana, Bill and Charles, and the daughter of William and Margaret. Melissa believed in new age mysticism, whereas Dana was a firm believer in hard science. Melissa came to see Dana when she had returned to the hospital after her abduction and claimed she could feel Dana's spirit was still inside her body.[38]

After Scully discovered the implant placed in her neck, Melissa suggested her to undertake regression therapy in an attempt to uncover the truth about her abduction. Melissa was killed by mistake by Luis Cardinal and Alex Krycek, who were trying to kill her sister, Dana. She was shot in the head as she entered Scully's apartment.[45] As Melissa lay dying in hospital, Dana asked for Albert Hosteen to go and pray for her ailing sister,[46] as he had done for Fox Mulder shortly before.[45] However, Melissa soon passed away.[46]

Dana eventually caught Cardinal with Walter Skinner's help. Cardinal later died in his cell, his death made to look like a suicide.[47] Some time after her death, Scully began to receive mysterious phone calls from someone sounding mysteriously like Melissa. After discovering Emily Sim, Scully is at first under the impression that the young girl is in fact Melissa's daughter, before discovering that she is in fact the child's mother.[78]

Baby William

Baby William is the son of FBI Special agent Dana Scully, and was born in the eighth season finale, "Existence". Within the show, it is heavily implied that Fox Mulder is William's biological father, though this is never stated outright. Throughout the last two seasons of the series William was encompassed by an aura of mystique, ranging from his origin to the apparent supernatural abilities he possessed. How William came into being has never been conclusively defined by any official sources but several possibilities can be drawn from events of The X-Files final two seasons.

Toward the end of the eighth season, the informant Knowle Rohrer stated that an implant related to Scully's mysterious abduction was likewise related to her pregnancy. At some point, Scully made the decision to have a child through in-vitro fertilization, and asked Mulder to be the sperm donor, to which he agreed, as revealed via flashback.[63] It was said in this same episode that the in-vitro attempt failed. There were apparently no repeat attempts and it is unclear exactly when in the series timeline this took place. It heavily implied throughout the seventh season that Scully and Mulder's relationship was developing into the romantic sphere. In season nine, it was confirmed that at least one sexual encounter had occurred between the agents prior to Mulder's abduction.[82] In "Essence", Mulder's inner monologue reflects: "How did this child come to be? What set its heart beating? Is it the product of a union or the work of a divine hand?" suggesting William may have been conceived naturally through intercourse (supposedly an impossibility for Scully) or by some paranormal intervention, or perhaps some measure of both.[18] In the series finale and The X-Files: I Want to Believe, both Mulder and Scully referred to William as their son. However, it is not made clear whether or not this is an emotional term on Mulder's part or a biological fact.[19][29]

Jeremiah Smith

Jeremiah Smith is portrayed by Roy Thinnes. Smith was an alien member of the resistance against the Syndicate who exhibited healing and shape shifting abilities. He gained public attention after saving the lives of several people following a shooting in a fast food restaurant. It is likely that Smith was an alias, because at least five employees around the country used the name while working at the Social Security Administration. One Smith was captured by the Syndicate and held for execution by the Alien Bounty Hunter but was able to escape and contact Fox Mulder.[75] Mulder and Dana Scully saved Smith from the bounty hunter in hope that he would save the life of Mulder's mother, who had just suffered a stroke. However, Smith brought Mulder to Canada and revealed a Syndicate-run program involving bees. Confronted with the bounty hunter yet again, Smith fled, leaving Mulder on his own.[57]

Smith resurfaced in 2001 after being discovered by Monica Reyes. In Montana, he was found amongst a cult based on the belief that the apocalypse was near and would be brought about by aliens. He helped the cult's leader, Absalom, heal returned abductees. Scully realized he was involved after observing the remarkable healing of the abductees and the fact that someone appeared to change their appearance on a security video. Upon the mysterious return of Mulder, Scully sought out Smith to heal him, but Smith was abducted by the UFO that appeared over the camp.[6]

Cassandra Spender

Cassandra Anne Spender is portrayed by Veronica Cartwright. Cassandra was a multiple abductee, critical to the plans of the Syndicate. She was the ex-wife of The Smoking Man and mother of Special Agent Jeffrey Spender, as well as "Patient X", the primary test subject in the project to develop an alien-human hybrid.[60]

Cassandra first came to the attention of Special agent Fox Mulder while proclaiming her belief that the aliens were coming to promote peace. At the time, Mulder was disillusioned by the revelations of Michael Kritschgau. He did not believe Cassandra's insisting that the aliens were calling her and other abductees to "lighthouses," where colonization would begin, despite a mass incineration of abductees at Skyland Mountain, where Dana Scully had been abducted three years earlier.[60] A rebel group of aliens who mutilated themselves to avoid infection by the black oil were attempting to destroy the work the Syndicate had done, finally summoning both Scully and Cassandra to the same site in Pennsylvania. Before the rebels could manage to destroy the group, however, an alien craft appeared overhead and abducted Cassandra.[32]

Cassandra later reappeared in a train car in Virginia, where doctors who had been operating on her were burned alive by the same faceless rebel aliens. She had been cured of her former disabilities, but now believed the aliens had far more sinister motives than she had originally thought, having learned of their plans for colonization. Demanding to see Agent Mulder, she explained her newfound concerns, then insisted that she be killed before everyone else died.[24] She was then taken by a decontamination team led by Diana Fowley for her presentation to the alien colonists. Before she could be presented, however, the site was overrun by alien rebels, who killed many of the key players of the syndicate, as well as Cassandra herself.[34]

Heitz Werber

Dr. Heitz Werber, played by Jim Jansen, was a doctor who guided abductees through hypnosis, in order to recover their memories of these incidents. His tenure included sessions with Billy Miles in 1992,[11]a prolonged treatment of Cassandra Spender, as well as an unsuccessful attempt to work with Dana Scully.[60][32] He has also worked with Fox Mulder earlier in his career, in order to help Mulder recollect his memories of his sister's abduction.[13][33]

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