Michael J. Fox, 57 attended the Tribeca Film Festival this afternoon with fellow actor Denis Leary, 61.
The Canadian-born actor, who was diagnosed Parkinson’s disease back in 1998, looked happy and healthy when he arrived on the red carpet ahead of the event with his wife Tracy Pollan, 58.
Michael was casually dressed for the occasion in dark denim jeans and a brown shirt, while his wife of 30 years added a touch of glamour with a leopard print skirt and black top.
The couple posed for pictures together before joining Denis and film producer Jane Rosenthal for more snaps ahead of their Storytellers talk.
Michael took took to the stage at the New York event for an hour-long Tribeca Talks chat with his lifelong pal.
The duo, who both starred in American TV show Rescue Me – a drama about a group of New York firefighters which was co-produced by Denis – enjoyed a lighthearted conversation about his award-winning film and television career which began in the early 1980s.
The critically-acclaimed star, who is most well-know for playing Marty McFly in the Back to the Future trilogy, has received several accolades for his TV work over the years.
His roles in American sitcoms Family Ties and Spin City as well as his guest appearance on Rescue Me have earned him five Emmys and four Golden Globes Awards.