Esme Annabelle Fox Wiki

The youngest daughter of the celebrity couple Michael J. Fox and Tracy Pollan, Esme Annabelle Fox was born under the zodiac sign of Scorpio on 3 November 2001, in New York City, USA; she holds American nationality and her ethnicity is of mixed Scottish, English and Irish descent from her father’s side, while her mother comes from a family of Russian-Jewish descent.

Esme Annabelle was raised alongside her siblings, brother Sam and twin sisters Aquinnah Kathleen and Schuyler Frances, by their parents, the family primarily living in Manhattan, New York City but while growing up, Esme and her siblings spent most of their childhood in the incorporated village Quogue, New York.

Esme attended a local private high school, and upon matriculating in 2019, she enrolled at Duke University where she is currently a full-time student.

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She prefers to keep her private life away from the media’s attention, and her Instagram account is private. She hasn’t disclosed any information regarding her love life and sexual orientation, so as of February 2022, it is assumed that she’s single, and hasn’t been married or engaged, nor has any children.

Esme is 20 years old, she has blonde hair and green eyes; she weighs around 120lbs (55kgs) and is 5ft 4ins (1.65m) tall.

There is no information about her net worth since she’s still a student, however, her family has a net worth estimated at $65 million.

Who is her father Michael J. Fox?

A producer and actor with over 75 credits to his name, Michael Andrew Fox was born under the zodiac sign of Gemini on 9 June 1961, in Edmonton, Alberta Canada; he holds both Canadian and American citizenship.

Michael is perhaps still known best for his role as Marty McFly in the 1985 movie “Back to the Future”, an adventure science-fiction comedy also starring Christopher Lloyd and Lea Thompson, which had 25 award nominations and won 22, including the Oscar for Best Effects, Sound Effects Editing, in 1986. He reprised his role in the sequels “Back to the Future Part II” and “Back to the Future Part III”, filmed in 1989 and 1990, respectively – the first sequel was nominated for the Oscar Best Effects, Visual Effects, while the third won the Young Artist Award Most Entertaining Family Youth Motion Picture – Comedy/Action, in 1991.

Michael was raised alongside his four siblings Steven, Jackie, Karen and Kelly by their parents Phyllis and William Fox; their mother was a payroll clerk and actress, and their father was a police dispatcher, thus the family moved across Canada because of his career.

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Speaking about Michael’s educational background, he attended Burnaby Central Secondary School, but didn’t matriculate since he launched his acting career and moved to Los Angeles, California, when he was 18.

He made his acting debut in an episode of the series “The Magic Lie” in 1978, followed by his role as Jamie in “Leo and Me”, and he then played minor roles in various television series, before he was cast to play Willy-Joe Hall in “Palmerstown, USA”, in 1980. In the same year, he made his first appearance on the big screen in the movie “Midnight Madness”, followed by his roles in “Class of 1984”, “High School USA”, and “Poison Ivy” before he was cast to play his most notable role as Marty McFly in “Back to the Future”.

In the following years, he was seen in various television series and movies, but since the list of his roles is too long to enumerate, we will mention his most significant roles, such as his portrayal of Alex P. Keaton in the series “Family Ties” from 1982 until 1989.

Speaking about his movie roles, after the “Back to the Future” franchise, he was seen as Ben Stone in “Doc Hollywood”, followed by his roles in “Life with Mikey”, “Coldblooded”, “The American President”, and “Mars Attacks”, among others.

In the early 2000s, Michael portrayed Mike Flaherty in the series “Spin City”, and then he was heard voicing the character of Stuart Little in the eponymous movie, which was nominated for the Best Effects, Visual Effects Oscar in 2000.

From 2000 until 2021, Michael acted in series such as “Boston Legal”, “Rescue Me” and “The Good Wife”, and was seen in movies including “Annie” and “See You Yesterday”, while he was heard in animations “A. R. C. H. I. E.” and “Back Home Again”.

During his career, Michael has won four Golden Globe Awards, five Primetime Emmys, a Grammy, and two Screen Actors Guild Awards; in 2000, he was inducted to Canada’s Walk of Fame, and two years later awarded a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.

Sometime in 1991, Michael started displaying symptoms of early-onset Parkinson’s disease, and was diagnosed with it shortly afters, doctors telling him that he wouldn’t be able to act within a few years. However, despite the disease, Michael continued his career, although he started drinking and has suffered from depression, and finally in 1998 spoke publicly about his disease.

In his first published book, “Lucky Man”, he wrote about how he stopped drinking, set up Michael J. Fox Foundation, and became an advocate for people living with Parkinson’s disease. In 2016, his foundation with help of the brand Nike has raised $6.75 million for Parkinson’s Research Centre, and Michael was named by Time Magazine to be one of the 100 people ‘whose power, talent or moral example is transforming the world’.

Speaking about his personal life, this 60-year-old actor has been married to Tracy Pollan since 1988 – the two met on the set for the series “Family Ties”.

Who is Esme’s mother, Tracy Pollan?

Tracy Jo Pollan was born under the zodiac sign of Cancer on 22 June 1960, in Long Island, New York USA; she’s an actress with over 30 credits to her name, perhaps still known best for her role as Ellen Reed in the series “Family Ties” starring her husband Michael J. Fox, Meredith Baxter and Michael Gross. This family comedy drama had 43 award nominations and won 23, including five Primetime Emmys.

Tracy was raised in Woodbury, New York State, alongside her siblings, Dana, Lori and Michael by their parents – mother Corinne Elaine was a magazine editor, and father Stephen Michael Pollan was a writer and financial consultant.

Speaking about Tracy’s educational background, she attended Syosset High School, and upon matriculating in 1978, she studied acting at the Herbert Berghof Studio and then at the Lee Strasberg Institute.

She made her acting debut in the 1982 movie “For Lovers Only”, followed by her roles in “Baby It’s You”, “Sessions”, and “Trackdown: Finding the Goodbar Killer”, before she made her first appearance on television in 1984, portraying Jen Robins in “ABC Afterschool Specials”.

In the following years, she had some support roles in various TV movies, and then she was cast to play her most notable role as Ellen Reed in “Family Ties”, followed by her appearances in “Promised Land” and “Bright Lights, Big City” in 1988.

In the early ’90s, Tracy was seen in an episode or two of several series, before she was cast to play Harper Anderson in “Law & Order: Special Victims Unit” which brought her a nomination for Primetime Emmy Award Outstanding Guest Actress in a Drama Series in 2000.

In the movie “A Stranger Among Us”, Tracy portrayed Mara, acting alongside Melanie Griffith, John Pankow and Eric Thal; the movie had three award nominations, but Tracy was nominated for Razzie Award Worst Supporting Actress.

During her acting career, Tracy mostly played guest and supporting roles, but was seen starring in the 2003 movie “1st to Die”, alongside Carly Pope and Gil Bellows, followed by her roles in “Hench at Home” and “Natalee Holloway” in 2009.

In the following years, she was seen in the TV series “Medium”, “Nightcap”, and “Good Grief”, while her most recent television appearance was in the mini-series “Inventing Anna”, in 2022.

Before her marriage with Michael J. Fox, Tracy was in a long-term relationship with actor Kevin Bacon, and although Tracy and Michael met on the shooting of “Family Ties”, they didn’t start dating until after working together for the movie “Bright Lights, Big City”.

They married on 16 July 1988, and as mentioned have four children together – their son Sam has followed in his parents’ steps, and made his acting debut in the series “Spin City”.

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