Michael J. Fox Dishes On 'Good Wife' & Replacing Charlie Sheen Rumors
Michael J. Fox has made quite an impression as the clever – and manipulative – lawyer Louis Canning on CBS’ “The Good Wife” and he could stick around a lot longer if things behind the scenes work out.
“I don’t know… they’re certainly open to [it],” he told Access Hollywood on Thursday night said as Michael and his wife, Tracy Pollan hosted an Evening of Cocktails & Charitable Shopping at Ralph Lauren to Benefit Parkinson’s Research, in New York City.
“I’ll let them go about the business of finishing their season and doing what they need to do and then if they approach me certainly something I’m open to talk about,” Michael added.
At the event, which benefited The Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson’s Research, the actor also cleared up rumors that he could take over Charlie Sheen’s role on “Two and a Half Men,” something suggested because it was Charlie who took over for Michael on “Spin City.”
“No, no, not at all. Not at all,” he told Access.
“Maybe just doing the tour with Charlie now,” Tracy joked.
“Yeah, yeah, maybe I’ll be used as opening act on the tour,” the actor added with a laugh.
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