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Michael J. Fox Rocks with Sheryl Crow, Axl Rose | Michael J. Fox

Michael J. Fox Rocks with Sheryl Crow, Axl Rose at Fundraiser

Originally posted 11/13/2006 08:45AM

Michael J. Fox raised more than $5 million for his Foundation for Parkinson's Research at a Beatles-themed fundraiser in Manhattan on Saturday night, thanks to a crowd that included emcee Denis Leary, Sheryl Crow, Martin Scorsese, Muhammad Ali, Famke Janssen, Rob Thomas and Susan Sarandon.

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Michael J. Fox: 'I'm So Blessed' | Michael J. Fox

Michael J. Fox: 'I'm So Blessed'

Originally posted 11/02/2006 03:40PM

Diagnosed with Parkinson's 15 years ago, Michael J. Fox hasn't let the ravages of the disease take his attention from what's really important: His wife, kids and quest for a cure.

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Michael J. Fox: I Wasn't Acting In Ad | Michael J. Fox

Michael J. Fox: I Wasn't Acting In Ad

Originally posted 10/27/2006 09:45AM

Michael J. Fox says he wasn't "off his medication or acting" in an ad for a Democratic political candidate, as Rush Limbaugh has charged, but was in fact overmedicated.

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Michael J. Fox Responds to Limbaugh | Michael J. Fox, Rush Limbaugh

UpdatePosted 10/25/2006 03:05PM

Michael J. Fox Responds to Limbaugh

Originally posted 10/25/2006 08:05AM

Michael J. Fox has responded to conservative radio host Rush Limbaugh, who suggested that Fox's Parkinson's-related tremors in a TV ad for a Democratic politician were exaggerated.

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Michael J. Fox Gets His Hollywood Star

Originally posted 12/17/2002 11:00AM

There's a new star on Hollywood Boulevard, and it belongs to Michael J. Fox.

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Michael J. Fox Plans Return to TV

Originally posted 08/15/2002 01:00AM

Four-time Emmy winner Michael J. Fox is getting ready to come home to TV, this time to write and executive produce a family comedy pilot for ABC, according to both Variety and the Hollywood Reporter. The show is to be produced by Touchstone Television and DreamWorks TV, which also did "Spin City," on which he starred from 1996 to 2000. In a statement to the trade papers, ABC Entertainment president Susan Lyne said: "Michael has proven to be as skilled a writer as he is an actor, and that's saying quite a lot. ABC has been part of Michael's past with 'Spin City,' so we couldn't be more thrilled at the possibility of also being part of his future with this new comedy project." No word on whether or not the star, 41, will also appear in front of the cameras. The new show, as yet untitled, is based on an idea of Fox's and reportedly centers around a larger-than-life pro hockey player who retires and finds himself spending a lot of time at home with his family. As the Reporter notes, Fox, who recently published a best-selling memoir called "Lucky Man," has been spending a lot of time with his wife and four kids after leaving "Spin City" because of his battle with Parkinson's disease.

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State of Grace

Originally posted 03/14/2002 12:00PM

At 24, Michael J. Fox was a Hollywood phenom, the star of both TV's Family Ties and Back to the Future, the movie box office champ of 1985. Six years later, in the middle of the rocket ride, he was diagnosed with Parkinson's disease, an incurable, degenerative neurological disorder that affects some 1.5 million Americans. (The vast majority are over age 50 when they are diagnosed; only 10 percent are, as Fox was, under 40.) As he writes in this exclusive excerpt from his new autobiography, Lucky Man, the diagnosis, which he kept hidden from all but his closest friends and family for seven years, launched him on a physical and spiritual odyssey that changed his life -- in many ways, remarkably, for the better.

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Michael J. Fox Pushes President Bush

Originally posted 08/13/2001 01:05PM

The actor, taking a vocal stand in favor of embryonic stem-cell research, has asked George W. Bush to loosen the limits placed on researchers.

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Fox, Pollan Expecting: Exclusive

Originally posted 05/31/2001 01:00AM

Michael J. Fox, 39, and wife Tracy Pollan, 40, are expecting their fourth child, PEOPLE has exclusively learned.

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Fox In, Harmon Out

Originally posted 04/13/1998 12:00AM

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