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Friday 19 December 2014

Posey wants Fox for Teen Wolf cameo

Michael J Fox played the original Teen Wolf
Michael J Fox played the original Teen Wolf

Tyler Posey would like to invite Michael J Fox to cameo in the new TV adaptation of Teen Wolf.

The 19-year-old actor stars as teenage wolf Scott McCall in the small screen remake of the 80s film starring Michael, and would love to work with the Back To The Future star.

Tyler said: "I would love Michael J Fox to come and do a cameo in season two."

He added: "I'll call him up personally. Because when I first got my lenses fitted for my eyes the doctor had a picture of Michael J Fox on the wall so I was like 'Oh how ironic'. There's my little six degrees of separation right there, so who knows."

The actor revealed he has got used to spending a lot of time in the make-up chair, but confessed he got "freaked out" having his werewolf contact lenses put in.

Tyler said: "I spend about two and half hours in the make up chair but I'm really good friends with the make up artist so it's just like hanging out with one of my friends when I'm in there. It's not that gruelling.

"The only part that was weird were the contacts because they had lens technicians that would do it for me, so I would sit back and they would come and poke their finger in my eye so it would freak me out.

"But I figured out that the reason I didn't like the contacts so much was for that reason, that people were doing it for me and so I put it in and it was fine."

::Teen Wolf begins on Sky Living on Thursday July 7 at 8pm.

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