Back to the Future: Exclusive Michael J. Fox Signed Marty McFly Official Jacket Framed with Full COA - RARE GREAT SCOTT
Here's your once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to own an exclusive piece of Back to the Future memorabilia, featuring an official Marty McFly jacket personally signed by Michael J. Fox. The rarity of this item cannot be overstated, as Michael seldom signs memorabilia nowadays. The professionally designed framing includes carefully hand-selected images from each installment of the iconic trilogy. For your peace of mind, the framed jacket is shipped with insurance.
- Official Marty McFly jacket personally signed by Michael J. Fox
- Frame measures 1170mm in length and 950mm in height
- Accompanied by Certificates of Authenticity from two reputable companies: MJB Memorabilia serial-numbered, tamper-evident Authentication Hologram and Beckett Authentication
- Custom frame with an eye-catching background, ready to hang
- Complimentary shipping to any destination worldwide
- Priced at $2,995
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Michael J. Fox: A Life in Spotlight and a Legacy of Courage
Michael J. Fox, born on June 9, 1961, in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, is an acclaimed actor, author, and advocate. He rose to fame in the early 1980s with his portrayal of Alex P. Keaton on the popular television series "Family Ties." With a career spanning over four decades, Fox has left an indelible mark on the entertainment industry through his work in film and television.
Fox's memorable performances include Marty McFly in the iconic "Back to the Future" trilogy, as well as roles in "Teen Wolf," "The Secret of My Success," "Doc Hollywood," "The Frighteners," and the television series "Spin City." His work has earned him numerous accolades, including five Primetime Emmy Awards, four Golden Globe Awards, and two Screen Actors Guild Awards.
In 1991, at the age of 29, Fox was diagnosed with Parkinson's disease, a progressive neurological disorder that affects movement. Despite the challenges of living with the condition, Fox continued to work in the entertainment industry and eventually became a powerful advocate for Parkinson's disease research. In 2000, he founded the Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson's Research, which has since become the largest nonprofit funder of Parkinson's drug development in the world.
Michael J. Fox's inspiring journey, both on and off the screen, has made him a beloved figure worldwide. His resilience, determination, and commitment to raising awareness and finding a cure for Parkinson's disease have left a lasting impact on millions of people around the globe