Remember Michael J. Fox's little son? Now he looks exactly like an actor

Apr 15, 2018
10:34 P.M.
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The actor’s son is a spitting image of his famous father.


Sam Michael Fox looks exactly like his father, Michael J. Fox, who was diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease, reported Shared.

Michael is most popular for his roles in movies and television shows such as Family Ties, Teen Wolves, Spin City, and Stuart Little.

The actor has stayed optimistic about his health despite being diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease in 1992. He shared his diagnosis with his fans in 1998 and has been outspoken about the need for Parkinson’s disease research ever since.

The Michael J. Fox Foundation is dedicated to finding a cure for the life-changing condition. 


However, his condition has not stopped him from pursuing his passion for acting. He has made guest appearances on hit shows such as The Good Wife and Rescue Me. He will also be seen on Designated Survivor with fellow Canadian Kiefer Sutherland.


Michael and his wife of nearly 40 years, Tracy Pollan, share four children, but his son shares his boyish good looks. Their daughters, Aquinnah, Schuyler, and Esme, have taken after their mother in terms of their looks.

Though Sam is a few inches taller than Michael, he shares his father’s nose, mouth, and his dreamy gaze. There is no doubt he could do justice to the role of Marty McFly in any potential Back to the Future reboot.

The 56-year-old actor rarely mentions his children, hence little is known about his 28-year-old son or his daughters.


Born on May 30, 1989, Sam graduated from Friends Seminary, a private school in Manhattan, in the class of 2008. He then graduated from Stanford University in the class of 2012.

Sam is most well-known after he was chosen to serve as ‘Mr. Golden Globes’ for the 70th Golden Globes Awards. He also had Francesca Eastwood for the company as she served that year’s ‘Miss. Golden Globes.’

Miss or Mr. Golden Globe is a role usually filled by the son or daughter of a celebrity who has industry ambitions himself or herself.