Michael J. Fox

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Christopher Lloyd Was 'Worried' About Michael J. Fox Replacing Eric Stoltz in Back to the Future
Christopher Lloyd chatted with GQ about making 1985's Back to the Future, and how Eric Stoltz originally filmed scenes as Marty McFly before Michael J. Fox
Michael J. Fox Says 'Gratitude Makes Optimism Sustainable' While Living with Parkinson's Disease
"You can't wait for things to be great and then be grateful for that. You've got to behave in a way that promotes that," Michael J. Fox says in AARP The Magazine's December 2021/January 2022 issue
Michael J. Fox Jokes About the Benefits of Being an Empty Nester with Wife Tracy Pollan: 'We Get More Food'
"Tracy is going to jam with Brad Paisley," Fox jokes at the celebration of 20 years of the Michael J. Fox Foundation event at the Jazz at Lincoln Center in New York on Saturday
Michael J. Fox Says He Only Publicly Revealed Parkinson's Diagnosis After Bullying from Paparazzi
The former Back to the Future star was diagnosed with Parkinson's in 1991 and went public in 1998
Michael J. Fox Opens Up About His Health, Life with Tracy Pollan: 'I'm in a Really Good Groove'
"I realized I could find gratitude," says Michael J. Fox, who remains optimistic despite his health battles
Michael J. Fox Reunites with His Back to the Future Costar Christopher Lloyd: 'Back to Back'
Michael J. Fox and Christopher Lloyd played Marty McFly and Doc Brown, respectively, in the hit 1985 science fiction movie

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The Cast of Back to the Future: Where Are They Now?
Great Scott! Back to the Future came out 36 years ago, on July 3, 1985. Take a trip back in time to see the cast then and now
Michael J. Fox on Defying Stereotypes with His Good Wife Role: 'Handicapped People Can Be Jerks'
Michael J. Fox has long been open about his battle with Parkinson’s disease
Michael J. Fox Says He's Planning 'a Second Retirement': 'If This Is the End of My Acting Career, So Be It'

"There is a time for everything, and my time of putting in a twelve-hour workday, and memorizing seven pages of dialogue, is best behind me," the Back to the Future star writes in his new book, No Time Like the Future