About Michael J. FoxMichael J. Fox, formerly known as Michael Andrew Fox, is a talented Canadian-American actor, voice artist, author, producer and activist. He gained prominence on Canadian television in 1970s and went on to appear in a number of successful movies. His most prominent roles were in a trilogy Back to the Future, where he portrayed Marty McFly, and Family Ties, where he appeared as Alex P. Keaton. This later role garnered Michael a Golden Globe and three Emmys. Since 1996 Douglas filmed in Spin City, for which he received 2 Screen Actors Guild Awards, 2 Golden Globes and one Emmy. In 2000, nearly ten years after he was diagnosed with a dangerous disease, Michael has basically switched to voice acting. He dubbed various characters in such animated movies as Stuart Little and Aliens: The Lost Empire. Michael J. Fox net worth is currently estimated at $65 million.
Michael was born in Alberta, in a family of Phyllis and William Fox.