Michael J. Fox Brings His Wife and 28-Year-Old Twins to the Moving Image Awards
Michael J. Fox received the lifetime achievement award at the 2023 Moving Image Awards in New York City on June 6, and the occasion was a family affair for the Hollywood icon. Michael’s wife, Tracy Pollan, and their twin daughters, Aquinnah and Schuyler Fox, were in attendance to watch their dad take home his award. They all supported him on the red carpet in a beautiful family moment.
The Moving Image Awards honor “the most renowned and acclaimed actors and artists of our time,” according to the ceremony’s website, and Michael is a worthy recipient. He’s a cinematic staple, having hit it big with his lead role in the hit ’80s sitcom “Family Ties,” and then even bigger as Marty McFly in the “Back to the Future” franchise.
Today, the actor – who lives with Parkinson’s disease – is known for his efforts to find a cure for the disease through his foundation established in 2000, The Michael J. Fox Foundation (which has gone on to become the leading Parkinson’s organization in the world). Michael’s most recent biographical film, “Still,” released in May on Apple TV+, recounts the story of his meteoric rise to fame and how his 1991 Parkinson’s diagnosis impacted his life.
Michael joked about his Moving Image Awards honor during a May 12 appearance on “Kelly and Mark.” “You know you’re getting old when you go,” he began, shrugging nonchalantly about the award. “They start rolling in.”
Check out photos of Michael and his family at the Moving Image Awards ahead.