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Julianne Moore and Michael J. Fox lead the stars at his Parkinson’s benefit in New York

Julianne Moore was among the celebrity’s doing their part to find a cure for Parkinson’s disease when she joined Michael J. Fox at his benefit A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to Cure Parkinson’s on Saturday.

The 60-year-old Academy Award winner looked years younger than her age with her colorful ensemble, while Fox, 60, looked playful and youthful in a striking patterned shirt.

The gala, which was hosted by Dennis Leary and held at Jazz at Lincoln Center’s Frederick P. Rose Hall in New York City, featured a variety of high-profile figures including NBA star Blake Griffin, Julianna Margulies and director Spike Lee, among others.

Arrivals: Julianne Moore was among the celebrity's doing their part to find a cure for Parkinson's disease when she joined Michael J. Fox at his benefit A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to Cure Parkinson's on Saturday

Arrivals: Julianne Moore was among the celebrity’s doing their part to find a cure for Parkinson’s disease when she joined Michael J. Fox at his benefit A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to Cure Parkinson’s on Saturday

Julianne stayed relatively casual but lit up the red carpet with her vibrant colors.

She wore a hot pink button-up blouse with long sleeves, which she tucked into bright scarlet slacks.

She brought along a handbag with a slim gold chain, and she completed her outfit with pointy brown suede heels.

The Magnolia actress wore her trademark red tresses parted down the middle and cascading down her shoulders. 

Radiant: The 60-year-old Academy Award winner looked years younger than her age with her colorful ensemble

Radiant: The 60-year-old Academy Award winner looked years younger than her age with her colorful ensemble

Colorful: She wore a hot pink button-up blouse with long sleeves, which she tucked into bright scarlet slacks; pictured with husband Bart Freundlich

Colorful: She wore a hot pink button-up blouse with long sleeves, which she tucked into bright scarlet slacks; pictured with husband Bart Freundlich

The actress was joined on the red carpet by her director husband Bart Freundlich, who dressed down even more with a black sweater, black jeans and white trainers.

The beaming couple joined Michael and his wife Tracy Pollan on the red carpet.

The Back To The Future star stood out with a black-and-white patterned shirt that resembled static on a television screen.

He wore it untucked with a black blazer and matching pants, as well as black sneakers.

Tracy looked classy in a black blouse and gold high-waisted slacks with black pumps.

Say cheese! Julianne and Bart posed for snaps with Michael and his wife Tracy

Say cheese! Julianne and Bart posed for snaps with Michael and his wife Tracy

Classic: The Magnolia actress wore her trademark red tresses parted down the middle and cascading down her shoulders

Classic: The Magnolia actress wore her trademark red tresses parted down the middle and cascading down her shoulders

Gorgeous: Tracy looked classy in a black blouse and gold high-waisted slacks with black pumps

Gorgeous: Tracy looked classy in a black blouse and gold high-waisted slacks with black pumps

Stylish: The Back To The Future star stood out with a black-and-white patterned shirt that resembled static on a television screen

Stylish: The Back To The Future star stood out with a black-and-white patterned shirt that resembled static on a television screen

Family affair: The gala was a family affair and a passion project for Fox and his family, and he was joined by his children

Family affair: The gala was a family affair and a passion project for Fox and his family, and he was joined by his children

The gala was a family affair and a passion project for Fox and his family, and he was joined by his children.

His daughter Schuyler Fox stunned in a plunging black sleeveless jumpsuit, while Aquinnah wore a black tank top with white floral designs and black velvet pants.

Fox’s son Sam looked casual with a graphic black T-shirt, a dark jacket and chunky black glasses, while Esme wore a black floral-pattern jumpsuit.

Dapper: Basketball star Blake Griffin looked dapper in a brown suit with peaked lapels, which he wore with black patent leather shoes and bright blue socks

Dapper: Basketball star Blake Griffin looked dapper in a brown suit with peaked lapels, which he wore with black patent leather shoes and bright blue socks

Host: The evening's host, comedian and actor Dennis Leary, kept things casual with a blue FDNY T-shirt, a black plaid blazer and jeans

Host: The evening’s host, comedian and actor Dennis Leary, kept things casual with a blue FDNY T-shirt, a black plaid blazer and jeans

Longtime pal: Leary also posed with his friend and fellow comedian Colin Quinn, who wore a black suit with an untucked black shirt

Longtime pal: Leary also posed with his friend and fellow comedian Colin Quinn, who wore a black suit with an untucked black shirt

Eye-catching: Spike Lee is known for his eye-catching suits, and he didn't disappoint on Saturday

Eye-catching: Spike Lee is known for his eye-catching suits, and he didn’t disappoint on Saturday

Details: The Do The Right Thing director arrived in a charcoal denim suit illustrated with images of the legendary saxophonist John Coltrane from the cover of his seminal album A Love Supreme

Details: The Do The Right Thing director arrived in a charcoal denim suit illustrated with images of the legendary saxophonist John Coltrane from the cover of his seminal album A Love Supreme

Basketball star Blake Griffin looked dapper in a brown suit with peaked lapels, which he wore with black patent leather shoes and bright blue socks.

The evening’s host, comedian and actor Dennis Leary, kept things casual with a blue FDNY T-shirt, a black plaid blazer and jeans.

Leary also posed with his friend and fellow comedian Colin Quinn, who wore a black suit with an untucked black shirt.

Spike Lee is known for his eye-catching suits, and he didn’t disappoint on Saturday.

The Do The Right Thing director arrived in a charcoal denim suit illustrated with images of the legendary saxophonist John Coltrane from the cover of his seminal album A Love Supreme. 

Chic: The Good Wife star Julianna Margulies proved that less is more with a lovely black button-up vest that she wore without a shirt underneath, as well as a baggy set of black slacks with pointy black heels

Chic: The Good Wife star Julianna Margulies proved that less is more with a lovely black button-up vest that she wore without a shirt underneath, as well as a baggy set of black slacks with pointy black heels

Contrast: Film, television and theatre star Richard Kind didn't mind a little contrasted as he mixed navy pants with a black blazer and a white shirt

Contrast: Film, television and theatre star Richard Kind didn’t mind a little contrasted as he mixed navy pants with a black blazer and a white shirt

Plaid: Comedian and actor Mike Birbiglia, one of the evening's entertainers, looked snazzy in a blue plaid blazer, while former NFL player Akbar Gbajabiamila was also favoring plaid with his charcoal pants

Plaid: Comedian and actor Mike Birbiglia, one of the evening's entertainers, looked snazzy in a blue plaid blazer, while former NFL player Akbar Gbajabiamila was also favoring plaid with his charcoal pants

Plaid: Comedian and actor Mike Birbiglia, one of the evening’s entertainers, looked snazzy in a blue plaid blazer, while former NFL player Akbar Gbajabiamila was also favoring plaid with his charcoal pants

The Good Wife star Julianna Margulies proved that less is more with a lovely black button-up vest that she wore without a shirt underneath, as well as a baggy set of black slacks with pointy black heels.

Film, television and theatre star Richard Kind didn’t mind a little contrasted as he mixed navy pants with a black blazer and a white shirt.

Comedian and actor Mike Birbiglia, one of the evening’s entertainers, looked snazzy in a blue plaid blazer a blue floral-print button-up shirt, which he paired with gray jeans and casual white trainers.

Former NFL player Akbar Gbajabiamila was also favoring plaid with his charcoal pants, and he stayed warm with a black turtleneck and a matching pea coat.

Grinning: Joining Dennis Leary on the red carpet was Katie Couric, who grinned ear-to-ear while wearing a black suit with a white satin top

Grinning: Joining Dennis Leary on the red carpet was Katie Couric, who grinned ear-to-ear while wearing a black suit with a white satin top

Rocking out: Country star Brad Paisley rocked out with an edgy red leather motorcycle jacket and a Godzilla T-shirt, plus pointy alligator-print boots

Rocking out: Country star Brad Paisley rocked out with an edgy red leather motorcycle jacket and a Godzilla T-shirt, plus pointy alligator-print boots

Joining Dennis Leary on the red carpet was Katie Couric, who grinned ear-to-ear while wearing a black suit with a white satin top.

She was joined by her husband John Molner, who had on a blue plaid jacket with black pants.

Country star Brad Paisley rocked out with an edgy red leather motorcycle jacket and a Godzilla T-shirt, plus pointy alligator-print boots.

His wife Kimberly Williams-Paisley spiced up the red carpet arrivals with a pleated tie-dye dress and tall black suede boots. 

Icon: Joan Jett looked like a classic punk with her black biker jacket and matching jeans, plus platform combat boots

Icon: Joan Jett looked like a classic punk with her black biker jacket and matching jeans, plus platform combat boots

Producer pal: Her longtime producer Kenny Laguna kept it casual with a black suit, T-shirt and matching sneakers

Producer pal: Her longtime producer Kenny Laguna kept it casual with a black suit, T-shirt and matching sneakers

Ali Wentworth wore a low-key sparkling black jacket with ripped jeans, but her husband George Stephanopoulos was more dressed up in a red sweater and a blue suit

Ali Wentworth wore a low-key sparkling black jacket with ripped jeans, but her husband George Stephanopoulos was more dressed up in a red sweater and a blue suit

Perfect pairing: Journalist Willie Geist was debonaire in a charcoal plaid suit with brown shoes, and his wife contrasted him nicely with a lovely red satin floral-print dress

Perfect pairing: Journalist Willie Geist was debonaire in a charcoal plaid suit with brown shoes, and his wife contrasted him nicely with a lovely red satin floral-print dress

Joan Jett looked like a classic punk with her black biker jacket and matching jeans, plus platform combat boots.

Her longtime producer Kenny Laguna kept it casual with a black suit, T-shirt and matching sneakers.

Ali Wentworth wore a low-key sparkling black jacket with ripped jeans, but her husband George Stephanopoulos was more dressed up in a red sweater and a blue suit.

Journalist Willie Geist was debonaire in a charcoal plaid suit with brown shoes, and his wife contrasted him nicely with a lovely red satin floral-print dress. 

Inside the event, Julianne Moore was seen catching up with her fellow actress Julianna Marguilies.

She and the other attendees were helping to raise funds to battle Parkinson’s disease, which Fox was diagnosed with in the early 1990s, though it wasn’t until 1998 that he went public with his diagnosis.

Mingling: Inside the event, Julianne Moore was seen catching up with her fellow actress Julianna Marguilies

Mingling: Inside the event, Julianne Moore was seen catching up with her fellow actress Julianna Marguilies

Front row: She and the other attendees were helping to raise funds to battle Parkinson's disease, which Fox was diagnosed with in the early 1990s, though it wasn't until 1998 that he went public with his diagnosis

Front row: She and the other attendees were helping to raise funds to battle Parkinson’s disease, which Fox was diagnosed with in the early 1990s, though it wasn’t until 1998 that he went public with his diagnosis


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