Fans were stunned to learn that Robin Williams’ was in the early stages of Parkinson’s disease, and so was his friend, Michael J. Fox.
In a candid new interview with Howard Stern, actor Michael J. Fox reveals how difficult it was to leave showbiz after being diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease.
The star, who returns to the small screen this week with “The Michael J. Fox Show,” told the shock jock, “It felt helpless. Unfair in a way, it is hard to explain.”
Actor Michael J. Fox is shopping a single-camera comedy series, and the networks are in a “feeding frenzy” to sign it.Vulture.com reports the former “Spin City” and “Family Ties” star has teamed up with writer Sam Laybourne (“Cougar Town”) and director Will Gluck (“Easy A”) to develop the show, which is reportedly inspired by Fox's life.
Reality TV tattooist Kat Von D claims that former fiance Jesse James cheated on her with 19 different women before their breakup. Read full story at New York Post.
Here are more hot topics for November 14!
The host of "Hollywood Treasure," Joe Maddalena, gives "Extra" an up-close look at the DeLorean car from "Back to the Future." Plus, he talks about teaming up with Michael J. Fox's foundation, Team Fox and Bob Gale for the November 6th auction of props from the film, with proceeds to benefit Parkinson's disease research.
For more information, visit Joe's website, ProfilesinHistory.com
Michael J. Fox and Ellen Burstyn are among the stars who will join host Neil Patrick Harris onstage at the 61st Primetime Emmy Awards to hand out the golden statuettes.
Fox and Burstyn, both Primetime Emmy winners, will present statuettes along with Patricia Arquette, David Boreanaz, Jon Cryer, Jennifer Love Hewitt, Rob Lowe, Tracy Morgan, Hayden Panettiere, Bob Newhart, Josh Radnor, and Cobie Smulders.
The most recent group of presenters joins Simon Baker, Tina Fey, Jon Hamm, Kiefer Sutherland, Chandra Wilson, Dana Delany, Jimmy Fallon, Alyson Hannigan, Blake Lively, Leighton Meester, Stephen Moyer, Jason Segel, Kevin Bacon, Alec Baldwin, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Ricky Gervais, Jim Parsons, Amy Poehler, Kyra Sedgwick and Sigourney Weaver, plus Kaley Cuoco, Cat Deeley, Johnny Galecki, LL Cool J, Chris O'Donnell, Anna Torv and Kate Walsh, who were already slated to present awards.
The 61st Primetime Emmy Awards show airs this Sunday, September 20 on CBS. Watch for full coverage here on ExtraTV.com!
Plans for the Obama administration are already underway -- and rumor has it that Barack will ask some Kennedys to join him in the White House!
JFK's daughter Caroline -- who headed Obama's VP Search Committee -- remained mum when NY paparazzi asked her about rumors that she's been selected to serve in Obama's administration, perhaps in the post her grandfather Joseph P. Kennedy once held, Ambassador to Great Britain.
While Caroline's lips were sealed, Will Smith couldn't contain his emotion on Oprah's show. "Oprah, I'm an action hero, I can't be crying on your show," said the "Hancock" star, revealing that Winfrey wasn't the only one feeling teary-eyed on Election night.
Lady O shed some tears with "Extra" correspondent AJ Calloway, telling him that she's kept in contact with Obama via e-mail since she began stumping for his campaign. "I don't speak to him as much as we e-mail," confessed Oprah, laughing. "I'm just hoping the email address does not change -- that's what I'm hoping."
Winfrey won't have an official role in Barack's administration. Obama announced that his pick for Chief of Staff is Rahm Emanuel -- a Congressman and longtime friend of Barack -- whose brother Ari inspired snarky agent Ari Gold on "Entourage"!
P. Diddy celebrated the win on Tuesday night, and his 39th birthday! "That was my birthday present from the world," Diddy reveals. "I made a wish, and the world gave me the first black president. Thank you, world!"
Michael J. Fox also expressed his joy about the new family at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue. "It was really cool," said the actor. "I had my 'Barack to the Future' t-shirt on."