Michael J. Fox, born Michael Andrew Fox in Edmonton, Alberta on June 9, 1961) is an actor whose break-out position was on NBC’s ‘Household Ties’ and within the ‘Again To The Future’ movie sequence. As a teen on ‘Household Ties’, he performed Alex P. Keaton, the conservative teen son of two hippies. He received three Emmys and a Golden Globe for the position. Subsequent, Michael made it massive with the ‘Again to the Future’ trilogy. From 1996 to 2002, he starred on the sitcom ‘Spin Metropolis’.
The actor was identified with Parkinson’s illness in 1991, and created The Michael J. Fox Basis to attempt to discover a remedy. Michael married spouse Tracy Pollan in 1988, and so they have 4 kids: Sam, Aquinnah, Schuyler, and Esmé.
Michael J. Fox was only a child when he rose to fame. See how he developed from a fresh-faced younger TV actor, to a veteran actor and philanthropist in our gallery.