The interpreter of the iconic character ‘Marty McFly’ drew attention because he needed assistance to move on the beach
Michael J Fox was seen on a beach on the Caribbean coast of Mexico. The protagonist of the famous movie saga ‘Back to the Future’ drew attention because he was caught in a wheelchair.
The beloved actor spent his vacation in Tulum with his wife Trace Pollan and some friends and, although he was seen enjoying the beaches of the tourist destination, it was observed that he needed help to get around and try to walk on the beach.
The interpreter of the iconic character ‘Marty McFly’ was diagnosed in 1991, when he was 30 years old, with Parkinson’s disease and, as a result, his public appearances decreased over time.
Since this disease is incurable and progressive, his health has been diminished over the years, in addition to the fact that he also had to retire from acting, because his memory has also been affected.
Likewise, his diagnosis motivated him to create a foundation focused on the development of medical research that helps find a cure for this disease. In this way, he also tries to be an inspiration for those who have this condition.
He explained that his illness has worsened and that, because of those falls, he had broken a hand, a shoulder, an arm and an elbow. Nonetheless, he was doing everything he could to recover from those injuries.