Téa Leoni by Dimitrios Kambouris/WireImage.com
Less than a week after husband David Duchovny entered a sex addiction rehab facility, Téa Leoni has canceled her upcoming appearance at the Toronto Film Festival, her rep confirmed to TVGuide.com.

"She's pulled out. She will not be there," her rep told us.

Leoni was scheduled to attend the Friday premiere of her new film Ghost Town at the annual event. Ghost Town - a fantasy-comedy in which Leoni plays widow to Greg Kinnear's dead man, who pesters Ricky Gervais' very-much alive character - opens nationwide Sept. 19, and the actress' press commitments for it are still up in the air.

"She's not scheduled for anything at this time," her rep added.

Duchovny, 48, who's been married to Leoni, 42, for 11 years, checked into rehab on Thursday, asking for "respect and privacy" for his wife and their children, West, 9, and Kyd, 6.

The couple also has a film project, Born to Rock, which they will produce, in the works, but Leoni's rep declined to comment on how and if it will be affected by Duchovny's rehab stay. - Joyce Eng

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