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by William B Davis
has been added to your Cart. William B. Davis has been an actor for more than 60 years and is best known for his role as Cancerman in the hit television series "The X-Files.
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Musings of a Cigarette Smoking Man" is the seventh episode of the fourth season of The X-Files. Written by Glen Morgan and directed by James Wong, it premiered on the Fox network on November 17, 1996. Although not directly developing the series' Mythology arc, several characters and events are focal points. Musings of a Cigarette Smoking Man" marked the first episode in which lead star David Duchovny does not appear at all, with only his voice being heard
All other images courtesy William B. Davis. Production and typesetting: Troy Cunningham
All other images courtesy William B. Production and typesetting: Troy Cunningham.
Musings of a Cigarette Smoking Man" is the seventh episode of the fourth season of the science fiction television series The X-Files. It premiered on the Fox network in the United States on November 17, 1996.
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WHERE THERE’S SMOK. usings of a Cigarette Smoking Man was an interesting read. When I first received the book, I thought it was going to be about his time on the X-files. Being a fan of the show, this was why I wanted to read it. I was however pleasantly surprised that it was more than just that. It was about life and times of being an actor, the gossip, the hardships. He holds nothing back. This was my first autobiography and one that has drawn me into reading more.
And would continue for several years. By this time Star Trek conventions were legendary, with troops of fans showing up in costume and makeup. Would X-Files become a similar phenomenon?
And would continue for several years. Would X-Files become a similar phenomenon? I don’t know. if X-File conventions were ever as weird and wonderful as Star Trek ones, but their popularity astonished me. I remember waiting to go on stage for my first appearance at one of these events. I have never been shy about speaking in public, not since I won prizes for public speaking when I was in high school - ironically I won my first prizes with a speech about flying saucers.
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Cigarette Smoking Man (abbreviated CSM or C-Man; sometimes referred to as Cancer Man or the Smoking Man) is a fictional character and one of the primary antagonists of the Fox science television series The X-Files
Cigarette Smoking Man (abbreviated CSM or C-Man; sometimes referred to as Cancer Man or the Smoking Man) is a fictional character and one of the primary antagonists of the Fox science television series The X-Files. He serves as the arch-nemesis of FBI Special Agent Fox Mulder. In the show's sixth season, his name is said to be .
One of the most iconic villains in the history of television, the enigmatic Cigarette Smoking Man fascinated legions of fans of the 1990s’ hit TV series, The X-Files. Best known as Cancerman,” he was voted Television’s Favourite Villain by the readers of TV Guide. The man behind the villain, William B. Davis, is a Canadian actor and director, whose revelations in this memoir will entertain and intrigue the millions of X-Files aficionados worldwide. But there is more to Davis’s story than just The X-Files. Davis’s extensive acting experience began when he was a child in Ontario in the 1950s, and grew to encompass radio, theatre, film, and television. At the University of Toronto, where he graduated with a degree in philosophy, he turned his hand to directing, a move that took him to theatre school in Britain and a directing career. There, he reconnected with his undergraduate colleague, Donald Sutherland, and worked at the National Theatre, with such notables as Sir Laurence Olivier, Dame Maggie Smith, and Albert Finney. Those who love the theatre will delight in his recollections of the Straw Hat Players in Ontario or the trials and tribulations of an artistic director of repertory theatre in Dundee, Scotland, or his valiant attempt to create a theatre in Quebec devoted to the Canadian repertoire. Those who love history will relive with Davis those golden years” of Canadian radio drama and theatre, not to mention enjoying an inside look at the National Theatre School of Canada where he directed the English Acting Program in the ’60s. Those who love a bit of scandalous gossip will not be disappointed. Written in an easy conversational style, this memoir truly is The Musings of the Cigarette Smoking Man” as William B. Davis reflects on his loves, his losses, his hopes, his fears, and his accomplishments in this unique and engaging autobiography.