London, April 1 (IANS) Actor Michael J. Fox, who rose to fame after starring in the "Back to The Future" series, found happiness in Bhutan. A trip there even helped him combat his Parkinson's disease.
He was filming a documentary about optimism in Bhutan, reports contactmusic.com.
Fox was stunned with the mystical power of the place as he was filming the documentary "Michael J. Fox: Adventures of an Incurable Optimist."
He said: "They (people of Bhutan) really are (the happiest people). It's amazing. They're just beautiful people. I don't know whether it was the altitude or the thinning of the blood or whatever, but I had much less symptoms (of Parkinson's disease)."