Knowledge Identifier: +Michael_J._Fox
Category: Movies & TV
Born in 1961.
Countries: United States (73%), Canada (10%), (5%)
Linked to: Karolinska Institutet, Burnaby Central Secondary School, Fordham Law School, Kansas State University
Woody Allen - Because he was not particularly happy with the 1969 film version of his play, in 1994, Allen directed and starred in a third version for television, with Michael J. Fox and Mayim Bialik.
Fox starred in the Canadian television series "Leo and Me" at the age of fifteen, and in 1979, moved to Los Angeles to pursue an acting career at the age of eighteen
Jerry Levine - His career started as an actor on the television series "Charles in Charge" in 1984, before moving into films as well, with his debut in 1985's "Teen Wolf" alongside Michael J. Fox
Eric Stoltz - Originally cast as Marty McFly for "Back to the Future" in 1985, he was replaced after five weeks of filming, when Michael J. Fox agreed to divide time between the movie and his television sitcom, "Family Ties"
Cindy Crawford - In 1987, Crawford appeared during the opening credits of the Michael J. Fox film "The Secret of My Success"
Rainey Haynes - She worked in scenes with Martin Landau and tried to break into films, once being considered for a role opposite Michael J. Fox in the 1987 film, "Light of Day" , as well as for the Ellen Aim character in "Streets of Fire"
In 2006, Fox starred in a campaign ad for State Auditor of Missouri Claire McCaskill in her 2006 Senate campaign against incumbent Jim Talent , expressing her support for stem cell research
Rush Limbaugh - In October 2006 Limbaugh said Michael J. Fox, who suffers from Parkinson's disease, had exaggerated the effects of his affliction in political TV ad advocating for funding of stem cell research
His work led him to be named one of the 100 people "whose power, talent or moral example is transforming the world" in 2007 by Time
Roger Daltrey - The Who played with special guest Michael J. Fox at the 2008 "A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to Cure Parkinson's" benefit
In 2009, he appeared in five episodes of the television series "Rescue Me" which earned him an Emmy for Outstanding Guest Actor in a Drama Series
Geraldine Laybourne - Sam Laybourne is a writer and producer for television series such as "Arrested Development," "Cougar Town" and the upcoming Michael J. Fox comedy series set to air on NBC in 2013-2014
In an interview with Jimmy Fallon in April 2014, Fox stated he negotiated the role at a payphone at Pioneer Chicken