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Michael J. Fox [5]


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Born:June 9, 1961 (56)
Filmography Rating:7.11 / 10
IMDB Rating:7.01 / 10
Amazon Rating:4.00 / 5
Rotten Tomatoes Rating:70.82%
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List of Titles and Roles/Jobs:
Teen Wolf [1985](24) => Scott Howard
Back to the Future [1985](24) => Marty McFly
Back to the Future II [1989](28) => Marty McFly Jr / Marlene McFly / Marty McFly
Back to the Future III [1990](29) => Seamus McFly / Marty McFly
Atlantis: The Lost Empire [2001](40) => Milo James Thatch  (voice)

Trivia that mentions this person:
Back to the Future [1985]
  • Michael J. Fox is only ten days younger than Lea Thompson, the actress who plays his mother, and is almost four years older than his on-screen dad, Crispin Glover. Similarly, Wendie Jo Sperber, who played Marty's sister Linda McFly, was in fact three years older than Thompson and six years older than Glover.
  • Michael J. Fox had to learn to skateboard for the film.
    Back to the Future III [1990]
  • In the scene where "Mad Dog" tries to lynch Marty, Michael J. Fox was accidentally hanged, rendering him unconscious for a short time. He records this in his autobiography Lucky Man.
    homestarrunner.com everything else Vol. 3 [2007]
  • In {Happy Hallow-day}, the [Homestar Runner] characters are dressed in the following costumes for Halloween: Homestar Runner is Scott Howard (Michael J. Fox) from the movie Teen Wolf, Strong Bad is Don Novello's character Father Guido Sarducci from [Saturday Night Live], Pom Pom is [?] Mario Batali, The Cheat is Gizmo from Gremlins, Marzipan is [?] Frida Kahlo, Strong Sad is [?] Andy Kaufman's character Tony Clifton on [Saturday Night Live], Strong Mad is The Maxx, Bubs is Coach McGuirk from [Home Movies], Coach Z is Queen Latifah as seen once in [The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air], The King of Town is The Gorton's Fisherman, the Poopsmith is Necron 99 from Wizards, and Homsar is Martin Short's character Ed Grimley from both [Second City TV] and [Saturday Night Live].
    Teen Wolf [1985]
  • Scott Howard's (Michael J. Fox) house was located on the same block as 1955 George McFly's and 1955 Lorraine Baines's houses from Back to the Future. The House is actually the same house as Marty's mum's house used in 1955 BTTF.
  • Teen Wolf, whose italian title is Voglia di Vincere, was released in Italy shortly after Back to the Future. Due to this, the name of Scott was changed to Marty, the same name as Michael J. Fox's character in BTTF.
    Teen Wolf Too [1987]
  • Jason Bateman plays the cousin of Michael J. Fox's character from the first film. When the original Teen Wolf - and when this film - came out, Fox was on the TV series [Family Ties], playing the brother of Jason Bateman's real life sister, [?] Justine Bateman.
    Atlantis: The Lost Empire [2001]
  • After Milo gets seasick on the first ship, his line, "Carrots? Why are there always carrots? I didn't even eat carrots!" was ad-libbed by Michael J. Fox. Ironically Michael J. Fox is allergic to carrots in real life.
    Atlantis: Milo's Return [2003]
  • Thomas F. Wilson played Carnaby in this film. Wilson is best remembered as Biff Tannen in the Back to the Future movie trilogy that starred Michael J. Fox. Fox was the voice of Milo Thatch in the first movie Atlantis: The Lost Empire.
  • For unknown reasons, Milo's Voice Actor from the prequel, Michael J. Fox did not return to voice him in the sequel.
    Chicken Little [2005]
  • Michael J. Fox, Matthew Broderick and David Spade were considered for the role of Chicken Little. All of which have previously been the respective voices of the Protagonists in The Lion King, The Emperor's New Groove and Atlantis: The Lost Empire.