MICHAEL J Fox was supported by his family and Back To The Future co-star Christopher Lloyd as he received a major honour.
L'attore, 61, attended the 13th Annual Governors Awards in Gli angeli la notte scorsa.
The gong, which is an honorary Oscar, is for those who have “brought credit to the industry” after he founded the Michael J. Fox Foundation in 2000 to fund research for the condition he lives with.
Michael looked dapper on the red carpet in a black suit, white shirt and black tie.
He was all smiles as he posed for pictures with his wife Tracy Pollan, who wowed in black glitzy ball gown.
The actress completed the look by styling her blonde locks into loose waves and a face full of glam make-up.
La coppia, who tied the knot in 1988, were joined by their four kids Sam Michael, Aquinnah Kathleen, Esmé Annabelle, and Schuyler Frances.
Michael’s co-star Christopher Lloyd, 84, posed for pictures on the red carpet with his wife Lisa, 52.
Last month Back to the Future fans were left in tears as the film’s stars Michael and Christopher Lloyd were reunited on stage.
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Il paio – who played Marty McFly and Dr Emmett ‘Doc’ Brown in the hit 1985 film – appeared at an event in New York.
è 37 years since the release of the first of the blockbuster Back To The Future – which spawned two sequels.
The pair shared an emotional moment that left many viewers in tears as they hugged in front of an audience of fans.
Back To The Future first appeared on the big screen in 1985 before returning for two sequels in 1989 e 1990.
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The adventures saw Marty travelling through time in Doc’s time machine, visiting 1955 to undo a major mistake that stopped his parents falling in love – threatening his very existence.
Subsequent films saw the pair visiting a very futuristic 2015 and the Wild West of 1885.