Hollywood star Michael J. Fox (61) has been married to actress Tracy Pollan (62) for over 34 years since 1988. The couple have four children together. Yesterday, both spouses were present at the South by Southwest Festival in Austin, Texas, to present the new documentary "Still: A Michael J. Fox Movie". The documentary is about the eventful life of the actor.
On that occasion, Fox and Pollan, who met while filming together, also looked back on their long partnership and connection. "Tracy gives our family everything we need," the 'Back to the Future' star told People magazine. "Everything good in our family, everything good we do comes from her".
Meanwhile, his wife Pollan said she and her partner "really listen to each other" and are "there for each other" when they "need each other". In addition, according to Pollan, the couple also give each other "space" when this is needed.
Pollan and Fox met in the 1980s on the set of the long-running sitcom "Family Ties" (1982-1989), in which Pollan played the girlfriend of Fox's main character. And even in bad times, the two are always there for each other, as they have proven again and again. Fox has been suffering from Parkinson's disease since the early 1990s.