Michael J. Fox recently revealed that his memory abilities have been on the decline recently due to his diagnosis of Parkinson’s disease.
The “Family Ties” star managed to have a dense acting schedule after being diagnosed with degenerative disorder in 1991. However, in recent roles, he has been having trouble.
Without a memory, actors cannot conclusively convey lines.
Fox, 59, said in an interview with People magazine: “My short-term memory is affected.
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In the past, the star “Back to the Future” said, “I always have the ability to memorize and very fluent lines.”
“And I ran into some extreme situations where the last few things I did were really heavy parts. I struggled throughout both of them, “he told the store.
Fox added: “So the past few years have been more complicated than most.”
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Despite struggling with short-term memory, the actor remained optimistic and said, “I have the things that I am fortunate to have, which is unbelievable. Life is rich. Life is good. “
Due to his deteriorating health, the actor put all his creative energy into writing his upcoming memoir “No Time Like the Future”, which will be released on November 17.
“My guitar is not good. My sketches weren’t that good anymore, my dances were never good, and the acting was getting harder and harder to do, ”Fox admitted. “Then finish writing. Luckily, I really enjoy it ”.
Fox first went public with his Parkinson’s diagnosis in 1998.
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Despite his struggles, he told People in another interview, “My life is quiet right now, and I’m really having a really good time.”
“People don’t believe me, but I love life,” Fox added. I like being with my family. “
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Fox married his wife Tracy Pollan in 1988 and the couple have son Sam, 31, twins Aquinnah and Schuyler, 25, and daughter Esmé, 19.
FOX News’ Jessica Napoli contributed to this report.