Michael J. Fox and his wife, Tracy Pollan, appeared to be in high spirits at the New York Knicks basketball game on Sunday.
The Back to the Future actor, 61, and the Family Ties actress, 62, sat courtside cheering for the NYC team, as they have been doing for many years.
Despite his ongoing battle with Parkinson’s disease, Michael seemed to be enjoying the game and sported a Knicks bomber jacket.
He was also wearing a white T-shirt under his jacket, black jeans, and white Nike sneakers.
The Family Ties alum, the show Tracy met, wore his slightly unkempt brown hair and threw on a pair of glasses while watching the game.
DAY OUT: Michael J. Fox and wife Tracy Pollan appeared to be in high spirits at a New York Knicks basketball game
Next to him, Tracy looked relaxed in a colorful knit sweater and wide-leg jeans, rolled up at the bottom.
On her lap, she put on her black leather jacket, and on her feet she put on a pair of matching black shoes.
The beauty is accessorized with several pieces of gold jewelry, including necklaces and earrings.
She wore her blonde hair in light waves and went for a simple makeup look using just mascara, eyeliner, and some lip gloss.
The couple took some photos during the match and were also captured in the midst of the fascination with the game.
In one take, the Teen Wolf star smiled shyly as his wife looked on at the jumbotron. In another, she smiles at the camera as he looks on.
The parents-of-four had a jam-packed weekend and also attended a Bruce Springsteen concert at Madison Square Garden.
Tracy shared many photos and videos from the night to her Instagram Stories for her 126k followers to see.
Court side: The couple sat court side cheering for the NYC team
Big smiles: Despite his ongoing battle with Parkinson’s disease, Michael seemed to be enjoying the game
Happy Couple: The Back to the Future star wears a Knicks sweatshirt
Game Faces: Tracy looked relaxed in a colorful knit sweater and wide-leg jeans
HUGE FANS: The pair were caught in the midst of getting excited about the game
Appearance: Michael threw on his glasses while watching the match
Throwback: He rose to fame in the 1980s and became a household name due to his starring role in the Back to the Future franchise.
Michael and Tracy met after she was cast in 1985 as his girlfriend in the 1980s sitcom Family Ties, though the two didn’t become a couple until making the 1988 movie Bright Lights, Big City.
Fox then discovered he had Parkinson’s disease after waking up from a night of drinking to find his pinky jerks off in 1990.
After it didn’t stop, he went to a neurologist in 1991 and was diagnosed with the disease. He continued to conceal it for seven years, carrying props in his left hand.
Since his diagnosis, the famous actor has focused his life on raising funds to research the disease.
It has since raised more than $1 billion in research funding Michael J Fox Foundation for Parkinson’s Disease Research.
In November, Fox received an Honorary Academy Award for his work on the disease.
He also created a documentary, Still: A Michael J. Fox Movie, which debuted at Sundance in January and will go to Apple TV+ on May 12.
In the movie, fans will see the actor, who has a net worth of $65 million, work out with a trainer to help build strength, walk the streets of Manhattan, and fall frequently.
Concert time: The dad-of-four had a jam-packed weekend and also attended a Bruce Springsteen concert at Madison Square Garden
Family Premiere: His documentary Still: A Michael J. Fox Movie debuted at Sundance in January. (LR) Sam Fox, Schuyler Fox, Akinah Fox, Tracy Pollan, and Michael J Fox at Sundance in January.
QUESTIONS ANSWERED: Fox then found out he had Parkinson’s disease after waking up from a night of drinking to find his pinky flicker in 1990
Couple goals: Since his diagnosis, the famous actor has focused his life on raising money to research the disease
Q&A: Despite the hardships of the illness, the actor told Sundance Q&A, “It’s a wonderful life and I’m enjoying it.”
Starr: He was diagnosed with the disease at the height of his career, which caused him to take fewer and fewer roles; Seen in Teen Wolf in 1985
Deadline Pete Hammond He wrote that the documentary has the spirit of the 1980s films that helped make Fox a very big star on the big and small screens.
According to the awards columnist, the film explores Michael’s life, from growing up in Canada to leaving school at 17 to gamble on a career in Hollywood.
Despite the hardships of the disease, the actor told a Sundance Q&A: ‘It’s a wonderful life and I’m enjoying it.
I love my family, I love what I do, I love having people interact with what I do. I know that I can set an example for others and help them deal with their issues without them asking me to without forcing myself on them.