Michael J. Fox opened up to CBS about living with Parkinson’s disease for “30+ years” in a recent interview. The Back to the Future actor said it’s getting “tougher” living with the disease. "I had spinal surgery. I had a tumor on my spine. And it was benign, but it messed up my walking," he said. "And then started to break stuff. Broke this arm, and I broke this arm, I broke this elbow. I broke my face. I broke my hand." The Teen Wolf star explained that falling “is a big killer with Parkinson’s.” He added, “It's falling and aspirating food and getting pneumonia. All these subtle ways that gets ya'. You don't die from Parkinson's; you die with Parkinson's. I'm not gonna be 80. I'm not gonna be 80."