Micahel J Fox is a Canadian-American retired actor. Fox is best known for his role as Marty McFly in the critically and commercially successful Back to the Future film trilogy (1985-1990).
Michael Andrew Fox was born in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada on June 9, 1961. He is the son of William and Phyllis Fox.
Fox was discovered by producer Ronald Shedlo and made his American television debut in the television film Letters from Frank.
He began his career in the 1970s and rose to fame as Alex P. Keaton on the NBC comedy Family Ties (1982–1989). His career achievement includes five Primetime Emmy Awards, four Golden Globe Awards, two Screen Actors Guild Awards, and a Grammy Award.
News of the actor’s death has been all over the internet recently. In this article, we will find out if the actor is actually dead or if it is all a hoax. You will also learn what happened to Michael in this article.
Is Michael J Fox Still Alive?
Michael J Fox is still alive and not dead. All news of Michael being dead is a lie and hoax. The actor is alive and still breathing.
Michael J. Fox’s representatives formally acknowledged his death on Monday (November 07). They said, “Fox joins the long list of celebrities who have been victimized by this hoax. He’s still alive and well, stop believing what you see on the Internet.”
What Happened To Michael J Fox?
In 1991, a neurologist told Michael that he is suffering from Parkinson’s disease just months after the premiere of the third film in the enormously popular Back to the Future trilogy.
The report came after the actor had been diagnosed with muscle discomfort.
He has lived a more or less regular life since then, with periods of greater difficulties than others and only acting in a part-time capacity before opting to retire permanently in 2020.
Fox told the US news source People that the previous year has been one of the most challenging of his life.
Where Is Michael J Fox Now?
Fox declared his retirement from acting at the start of 2020 owing to complications from his sickness. He told the media that, “There is a time for everything, and my time of putting in a 12-hour workday, and memorizing seven pages of dialogue, is best behind me.”
In recent interviews, Michael has disclosed that he is getting better. “My arm is feeling wonderful,” Fox says of his latest injuries, which have given him an emotional lift. Life is fascinating. This is what you get. The only goal is to not fall down.”
“So I utilize whatever works to keep me from falling down, whether it’s a walker or a wheelchair, a cane, or a man with a belt around my waist hanging onto it.”