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Michael J. Fox is credited with a lot of personal dramas

In an interview with Variety, actor Michael J. Fox explained: If he’s still alive, it’s thanks to his family.

The 61-year-old comedian says, “I lost my family, I lost my dog, I lost my freedom, I lost my health. I hesitate to use the term ‘depression’ because I am not qualified to be diagnosed, but all the signs were there.”

Marty McFly’s interpreter – who learned of his illness in 1991, at the age of 29 – had long since drowned his pain in alcohol. The moment that the paparazzi forced him to publicly announce that he had Parkinson’s disease was particularly traumatic for the rising star that he was.

Sober for over 30 years, the actor says he owes everything to his wife, Tracy Pollan, and his four children, Sam, Esme, Schuyler, and Akinah.

He has since received Emmy Awards, Golden Globes, and an honorary Oscar for his advocacy of Parkinson’s disease research.

The eternal optimist

Michael J. Fox admits that he finds it difficult to deal with the lack of privacy that comes with constantly having assistants around him, should he fall out.

“I broke my shoulder, replaced it. I broke that elbow and that hand. I got an infection that almost cost me that finger. I broke my face. I broke my humerus,” says the movie star, and it sucks Back to the futurestill in an interview with Variety magazine.

He also underwent spine surgery in 2018 to remove a tumor.

However, Michael J. Fox himself is an eternal optimist. “It’s always a pleasure to live another day and be a part of things,” he says.

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To people who might call him a hero, he replies, “It’s a nice way to let people know they’ve been touched by my acceptance and the way I’ve tried to make a difference.”

“But no matter how much I sit here and talk to you about how philosophically I accept it (…), Parkinson’s keeps kicking my ass. I’m not going to win this. I’m going to lose. But there is a lot to be gained from defeat.”

Documentary Tenacious: The Michael J Fox Story It dropped today, Friday, on the Apple TV platform.