Did Michael J Fox Live In North Bay

Yes Michael J. Fox lived in North Bay Ontario for a time in the late 1970s. He lived with his parents and sister in an apartment on Lakeshore Drive.

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Yes Michael J. Fox lived in North Bay Ontario for a time in the late 1970s. He lived with his parents and sister in an apartment on Lakeshore Drive.

His father worked at the local paper mill and his mother was a schoolteacher. He attended Lindsays Public School and North Bay Collegiate Institute. Fox has said that he was “a bit of a goof” in school and was not very good at academics.

However he was active in sports and played hockey baseball and rugby. He was also a member of the drama club and appeared in school productions of The Mousetrap and The Boy Friend. After high school Fox moved to Vancouver to pursue an acting career.

How old is Michael J.

Fox?

56

What is the name of Michael J.

Fox’s first movie?

Midnight Madness

Michael J.

Fox is from which country?

Canada

What is the name of Michael J.

Fox’s famous TV show?

Family Ties

What year did Family Ties start?

1982

For which movie did Michael J.

Fox win a Golden Globe?

The American President

What is the name of Michael J.

Fox’s character in the Back to the Future movies?

Marty McFly

In what year was the first Back to the Future movie released?

1985

What is the name of Michael J.

Fox’s autobiography?

Lucky Man

When was Lucky Man published?

2002

What is the name of Michael J.

Fox’s foundation?

The Michael J.

Fox Foundation

What is the main purpose of The Michael J.

Fox Foundation?

To find a cure for Parkinson’s disease

How many children does Michael J.

Fox have?

4

What is the name of Michael J.

Fox’s wife?

Tracy Pollan

When did Michael J.

Fox and Tracy Pollan get married?

1988.

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John.E Nelson

J.E Nelson has written about foxes on occassions more than one, and the works are being enjoyed by many readers over the world. He was formerly of the Zoology Department, University of Queensland Australia, and now at the Department of Zoology and Comparative Physiology, Monach University, Victoria.

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