Michael J Fox
Award-winning actor Michael J. Fox rose to fame as Alex P. Keaton on ‘Family Ties’ and starred in the ‘Back to the Future’ films. He continued acting after being diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease in the 1990s, starring in series like ‘Spin City,’ ‘The Michael J. Fox Show’ and ‘The Good Wife.’ Fox first became widely known for his role as Alex P. Keaton on the popular sitcom Family Ties. He later starred in such films as Back to the Future and its sequels and Teen Wolf, as well as on the TV series Spin City. In 1999, Fox announced that he was battling Parkinson’s disease. He left Spin City in 2000 to launch the Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson’s Research and focus on family, later guest-starring on such shows as Scrubs, Boston Legal and The Good Wife.