David Duchovny Wants 'Californication' Character to Die

VIDEO: Duchovny on his Sundance debut, "Californications" fifth season.

David Duchovny as Hank Moody in "Californication." Credit: Jordin Althaus/Showtime.

PARK CITY, Utah - If you watch "Californication," you know that Hank Moody is the definition of self-destructive. It turns out that David Duchovny, the actor who plays the writer and chronic womanizer on the fifth season Showtime series, wouldn't mind if Hank finished off the job.

"I always wanted to see Hank die," he told ABCNews.com. "I always like the idea of a character on television dying just so you're never going to have to come back and do it again."

Duchovny sat down with ABCNews.com ahead of the Sundance Film Festival premiere of "Goats," the indie comedy he stars in with "Modern Family's" Ty Burrell. Click the video for his ruminations on his tortuous "Goats" beard, how he gets into character for "Californication," and more:

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