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Michael J. Fox’s Biggest ‘Still’ Documentary Revelations: His Family Life, Past Substance Abuse and Battle With Parkinson’s Disease

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The importance of stillness. As Michael J. Fox reflects on his enormously successful career and his 32-year battle with Parkinson’s disease, the Back to the Future star finds crucial moments of quiet contemplation in his new documentary, Still.The Apple TV+ film, which premiered on the streaming service on Friday, May 12, features candid interviews with the Spin City alum, 61, as he reflects on his superstardom life’s curveballs and how his diagnosis with Parkinson’s disease at age 29 has impacted his life — and the world at large.Interspersed with archival footage, personal moments at home with his family — Fox shares four adult children with wife Tracy Pollan — and crucial time spent with his physical therapist and doctor, the Teen Wolf star holds nothing back while showing the full scope of his day-to-day life while reflecting on his onscreen stardom.After growing up in Canada — being “stuffed into lockers” due to his small stature — it was Fox’s small stature and boyish good looks that lead to his Hollywood stardom, which kicked off with his breakout role as Alex P.

Keaton on the ‘80s sitcom Family Ties and later as Marty McFly in the Back to the Future franchise. Recalling his rise to stardom, Fox remembers being on the cover of every magazine, including Us Weekly, with a jam-packed schedule and an on-set love.

After Pollan portrayed his love interest on Family Ties in 1985, the pair tied the knot three years later, going on to welcome four children.In order to view the video, please allow Manage CookiesAt the peak of his career, however, Fox was diagnosed with Parkinson’s in 1991, a devastating blow that left him lost and turning to alcohol for comfort before getting sober and going public with the illness seven

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