Michael J Fox

Michael J. Fox, born on June 9, 1961, is a Canadian-American actor and advocate known for his roles in iconic TV shows like “Family Ties” and “Spin City,” as well as the “Back to the Future” film series. Diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease in 1991, Fox became a prominent advocate for research into the disease through his Michael J. Fox Foundation. Despite his health challenges, he continues to act and has guest-starred in various TV series. Fox’s resilience, humor, and commitment to raising awareness about Parkinson’s have made him an inspirational figure admired worldwide for his contributions to both entertainment and medical research.

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