Mulder, It's Me: The Gillian Anderson Files
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Mulder, It's Me: The Gillian Anderson Files

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This well-packaged and exhaustive volume is the first reliable source of biographical information on the woman who was special agent Dana Scully. Tracing Anderson's life from her globetrotting childhood and her tempestuous teenage punk years, it describes how Anderson landed her groundbreaking role and her adjustment to the ferocious schedule involved in shooting herhit TV...more
Paperback, 324 pages
Published September 1st 1997 by ECW Press
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