Michael J. Fox

Fox said that Trump — who served as inspiration for "Back to the Future" antagonist Biff Tannen — has preyed upon "every worst instinct in mankind."
"It was just a nightmare," the "Back to the Future" star told Jimmy Fallon on "The Tonight Show."
Republican Alex P. Keaton would not support the president, according to the actor.
Old Town Roads? Where Lil Nas X is going, he doesn’t need Old Town Roads.
The "Zoolander" star's tryout was unearthed and it doesn't disappoint.
Michael J. Fox, Christopher Lloyd, Lea Thompson and Thomas F. Wilson appear together at fan event in Boston.
He even got Michael J. Fox in on the fun. (Lin-Manuel Miranda obviously loved it.)
'Back to the Future' has been all the craze for the last 13 months, ever since October 21, 2015. It has come to be known
It's all there in Noah Baumbach ("The Squid and the Whale") and Jake Paltrow's ("Young Ones") long take documentary on the 50 year career of one of America's great innovative film directors. Triumphs and tragedies, back stories and back stabbing, mostly brutally honest, sometimes euphemistically elliptical, straight ahead, unblinking testimony laced with great film clips and stories of the emergence of the American New Wave.
Directors Noah Baumbach and Jake Paltrow pay tribute to Brian De Palma in the best way possible in the documentary, De Palma
My Link to Muhammad Ali Through Parkinson's, by Connie Lawn June 4, 2016 I never met Muhammad Ali, but we were linked together
Last Wednesday, Michael J. Fox bounded up the stage stairs to thunderous applause and a standing ovation. He's far healthier than the tabloids would have you believe. Then he settled in to a club chair on the stage (his first words: "This is a comfy chair!") and proceeded to school the nearly 1,000 people in attendance on what it means to be human.
The more I researched Parkinson's, the more concerns I had about the drugs, which must be steadily increased as the brain
"I'm in a roomful of people I know," Rita Wilson began her intimate set at the Café Carlyle on Thursday. Though this was not opening night, the room took on an extra glow: On one side sat Michael J. Fox, on the other, Tom Brokaw, Carolina Herrera, and Ken Auletta.
And so it is that the passing of The Good Wife is a loss for CBS in particular and broadcast television in general, and very likely the end of an era. I have to say the end came fast and furious.