– “I have a short-term memory shoot,” Michael J. Fox announced that he was stepping down from acting. My year writes in his new book of the year, “My time is better than putting in a twelve-hour workday and memorizing seven-page dialogues.” No time for the future. Fox was diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease in 1991. He was to learn to walk again in 2018, after surgery for a non-cancerous tumor on his spine. People Reports. Fox plans to continue writing, and he explains his thinking, saying it covers more than just his health status. “I’ve been this way. It’s not good to play my guitar. My sketching is not good anymore, my dancing has never been better, and acting has become more difficult. So it’s left to write.” “Luckily, I’ll really enjoy it.”
Fox warned that he might change his mind about acting. But for now, he said, “for myself and for the producers, directors, editors and poorly tolerated script supervisors, not to mention the actors who enjoy a little momentum, I’m entering another retirement.” The Golden Globe winning actor reached stardom on the TV series Family relations, Then succeeded Back to the future And Teen Wolf Movies, per CNN. He discussed accepting such a big change in his life. “That doesn’t mean you have to accept it as punishment or penance, but you have to put it in its proper place,” Fox said. “Then see how much you have to warm up for the rest of your life, and then you can move on.” (Read more Michael J. Fox stories.)
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