Michael J. Fox reveals Parkinson’s disease affects his acting: ‘I couldn’t remember the lines, I just had this blank’

The Back To The Future star, 60, was first diagnosed with Parkinson’s, a

at the age of 29 and went public with it in 1998.

He continued to act but admits he found it harder to memorise his lines due to the effects of the condition.

Michael explained on Mike Birbiglia’s Working It Out podcast

When I did the spinoff from The Good Wife, which is

The Good Fight, I couldn’t remember the lines

I just had this blank, I couldn’t remember the lines.’

He admitted it was not something he had had a problem

with then he was younger and starring on Family Ties