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MICHAEL J. FOX (Voice of Stuart Little) starred in the hit ABC series "Spin City" as Deputy Mayor Michael Flaherty and served as the show's executive producer. "Spin City" garnered Fox three Golden Globes, two SAG Awards and one Emmy for Best Actor.

Fox is well known to television audiences from the hit NBC series "Family Ties," which ran for seven seasons. He won three Emmy Awards and a Golden Globe for his portrayal of the money-obsessed Alex P. Keaton. Fox has also extended his directing talents, having helmed a memorable episode of ‘Tales From the Crypt" and an episode of "Brooklyn Bridge."

Fox's filmography includes the three Back to the Future films as well as Stuart Little, The American President, The Frighteners, The Hard Way, Doc Hollywood, The Secret of My Success, Bright Lights Big City, Light of Day, Teen Wolf, Casualties of War, Life With Mikey, For Love or Money Greedy, Mars Attacks! and Woody Allen's "Don't Drink the Water" for ABC.

Born in Edmonton, Alberta, Fox made his professional debut in the CBC situation comedy "Leo and Me."

Fox lives in New York City with his wife, actress Tracy Pollan, and their four children. Fox has been busy with the Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson's research and promoting his memoir, "Lucky Man," which has been on the New York Times best-seller list for many weeks.


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