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Michael J. Fox

Canadian actor

09 June 1961
in EdmontonAlbertaCanada

Born as Michael Andrew Fox, Canadian actor. At age 18, he moved to Los Angeles and was offered a few roles in television series but he was known when he played the part of Alex P. Keaton on the situation comedy Family Ties (1982). best known also for Teen Wolf (1985), High School U.S.A. (1983), Poison Ivy (1985) and Back to the Future I, II, III (1985-1990). In 2000 he left the TV series Spin City, in which he played a major role, due to Parkinson’s disease, he launch the Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson’s Research. Since then, Fox started writing - he wrote his autobiography Lucky Man, in which he describes his transition from disease and "Always Looking Up: The Adventures of an Incurable Optimist." Younger sister is stage (Stratford and Shaw Festivals) and television actress Kelli Fox. Received a star of the Hollywood Walk of Fame at 7021 Hollywood Boulevard in Hollywood, California on December 16, 2002. His quote, "Pain is temporary, film is forever", is from the comedy movie Three O’Clock High (1987).


Back to the Future

as Marty McFly

The Sting 1985

Teenager Marty McFly travels back in time with a help of eccentric scientist Doc Brown to the moment, in which his parents first met. What he does in the past can change the present reality.


Back to the Future II

as Marty McFly

The Sting 1989

Second part of Back to the Future - same story, same concept, same characters.


Back to the Future III

as Marty McFly

The Sting 1990

Another part of Back to the Future - this time Marty McFly is moving back in time to 19th century, where he meets his grand-grandparents.

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