feature Michael J. Fox, actor,
author and activist, at 8 p.m.
Friday, June 15, in the Lowell
Michael J. Fox hoped to play professional
hockey someday. Fortunately for us, in his
early teens he discovered his talent to
entertain others. Success in a few key roles
on Canadian television and local theater
led him to leave school, move to Los
Angeles when he was 18, and pursue an
acting career in Hollywood.
role of Alex Keaton on the ever-popular,
award-winning weekly sitcom, Family Ties.
Since then, he has become an
international film star with roles in movies
such as Back to the Future, Teen Wolf, Doc
Hollywood, The Secret of My Success and
The American President.
portray New York Deputy Mayor Michael
Flaherty in ABC's Spin City for 100
episodes. Presently, he can be seen in
several episodes of the popular CBS drama
The Good Wife.
1991, Fox has managed to navigate an
amazing, diverse career, while focusing his
energy on fundraising for the Michael J.
Fox Foundation for Parkinson's Research.
He remains committed to making his
future the best it can be while staying
focused on his real "family ties" to his
Pollan, and their four children.
Celebrity Forum is an annual event that
brings well-known personalities to the area
to enrich educational and cultural
opportunities for residents. Proceeds from
this event help to raise funds for the MCC
Foundation. Presenting Sponsor of all
Celebrity Forum events is The TJX
Companies Inc., corporate parent of
T.J.Maxx, Marshalls and HomeGoods. Past
Celebrity Forum speakers include: Walter
Cronkite with Doris Kearns Goodwin,
Colin Powell, former President George
Bush with former First Lady Barbara Bush,
Rudy Giuliani, David McCullough,
Barbara Walters, Tim Russert, Jay Leno,
Ken Burns and Robin Roberts.
are $35 and $25. They can be purchased
online at tickets.lowellauditorium.com, in
person at the Lowell Memorial Auditorium
box office, 50 E. Merrimack St., Lowell, or
by calling the LMA at 978-454-2299.
members will have a chance to win one of
50 $100 TJX gift cards the night of the
the LMA at 978-937-8688 x225.
opportunities, contact Dennis Malvers,
MCC Dean of College Advancement, at