The actor, comedian, novelist, film producer, activist, and Canadian-American Michael J. Fox has a net worth of $65 million. His career in film and television began in the 1970s.
On June 9, 1961, Michael Andrew Fox was born in Edmonton, Alberta. Most people recognise him by his stage name, Michael J. Fox. His mother, Phyllis (née Piper)
He has Scottish and English ancestry. The family moved about a lot because of his father's job before finally settling in Burnaby, a Vancouver suburb, after his father retired in 1971.
When he was fifteen years old, he made his debut in the entertainment industry. He played the lead character in the Canadian TV show "Leo and Me,"
At this point, when he attempted to join the Screen Actors Guild, he learned that another actor had already signed up under the name Michael Fox.
Fox's debut part in a major motion picture was in the 1980 movie "Midnight Madness," which was followed by the 1982 movie "Class of 1984." He was then chosen to play "Young Republican"
Fox was chosen to play Marty McFly in the time-travel movie "Back to the Future" in January 1985. Robert Zemeckis, the film's director, initially wanted to cast Fox as Marty
In July 1988, Fox wed the actress Tracy Pollan. They have four kids together. The Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson's Research, which he founded to further research
On 72 acres in Sharon, Connecticut, Michael and Tracy built a 5,000 square foot bespoke home in 1997. In 2016, they put the house up for sale for $4.25 million, but in October 2017