Today, Michael J. Fox turns 60 and while he remains a passionate activist for Parkinson's disease research, he has also left an impressive legacy as an actor.
But of course, unless you're a big Family Ties fan, you'd likely agree that his most iconic role was his turn as Marty McFly in the Back To The Future trilogy. Honestly, the fact that he can confidently say he was in a film trilogy that people actually like every part of is worth celebrating on its own.
But as he recalled in an interview on The Tonight Show, one of the opportunities that came from this breakout role turned out to be a lot more uncomfortable for him than he expected.