Despite no longer being part of the world of acting due to Parkinson’s, which he was diagnosed with in 1991, actor Michael J. Fox is well remembered and remains in force for his endearing participation in the film saga. Back to the Futurewhere he played the beloved Marty McFly, a character that gave him international fame and of which they are still paying off.
As is customary for both the Canadian-American actor and Christopher Lloyd, on June 4, both attended a round table to talk about the saga of tapes Back to the Futurewhere Michael J. Fox suffered a spectacular fall that worried those present and users on social networks.
Said accident happened when the presenter announced his entrance to the panel of the Pennsylvania Convention Center in Philadelphia, United States. Upon entering the venue, Michael J. Fox bowed to his colleague and friend Christopher Lloyd, but as he tried to move towards the chair, he lost his balance and tripped over his feet, causing him to fall to the floor.
Fortunately, the actor who gave life to Marty McFly was near the sofa where he would sit during the fan expo, so he was not hurt, he quickly managed to rejoin himself and sat down to start the conference, where, despite the incident, the Those present applauded him and his colleagues soon came over to make sure he was okay.
Back to the Future panel
Tom Wilson ( Biff ) Christopher Lloyd ( Doc ) and Michael J. Fox ( Marty McFly ) at the @FANEXPOPhilly #BackToTheFuture #BTTF #FANEXPOPhiladelphia #FanExpoPhilly #philadelphia pic.twitter.com/Pp0yQQX0S3
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When they noticed that everything was under control and that the actor was safe and sound, who reacted in the best way and had a funny gesture raising his arms in reaction to the fall, the event organizers proceeded to start the question session. and answers about the film saga that marked the generations that grew up in the late 80s and early 90s.
It should be noted that it is not the first time that the actor has suffered an accident of this type, since on more than one occasion he has stated that he is used to it and that it is the daily bread that he suffers with his illness, a condition that has been getting worse with the passage of time and with which he does not think he will reach 80 years.