TORONTO, Sept. 14 (UPI) -- U.S. actor David Duchovny says everything is great at home with his wife, whom he had previously separated from then reconciled with, and their two children.
"I had to leave them this morning to come here -- that's tough," Duchovny told People magazine Sunday at the Toronto International Film Festival premiere of his movie "The Joneses."
Duchovny married actress Tea Leoni in 1997, but the couple announced last fall they had split up after the actor entered rehab to be treated for sex addiction.
"Everything is great," he said of his home life, describing Leoni as a "great partner, wife, and mother."
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