Fans know Frankie Muniz best possible from the cherished sitcom “Malcolm in the Middle.” But it seems the actor can slightly consider starring at the collection in any respect.
Muniz is lately competing on “Dancing with the Stars,” which requested contestants this week to recall their maximum memorable 12 months, prompting the actor to open up about his well being struggle.
“Most people think that my most memorable year would be the year ‘Malcolm in the Middle’ started, because it allowed me to live all these dreams of mine,” Muniz mentioned. “I’ve gotten to really do anything I’ve wanted to do, but the truth is, I don’t remember much [of that] … It almost feels like it wasn’t me.”
Over the previous 5 years, Muniz has suffered from mini-strokes, or brief ischemic assaults, which bring to a halt blood provide to the mind. He believes those, along side an estimated 9 concussions, have contributed to serious reminiscence loss surrounding his youth appearing days.
“It makes me a little sad,” Muniz admitted. “Things pop back into my mind [that] I should have remembered. I should have remembered going to Australia. That’s something people remember.”
Muniz starred on “Malcolm in the Middle” from 2000 to 2006, selecting up a handful of award nominations in addition to a lifelong friendship with former TV dad Bryan Cranston, who starred along him in 151 episodes of the collection.
“They are still [his] experiences,” Cranston mentioned on “DWTS.” “My job is to tell him to remember what happened on ‘Malcolm in the Middle.’ What a life.”
“Frankie was a TV star, then he became a race car driver, and then a drummer in a rock band,” he endured. “I said to him, ‘What are you going to be next, an astronaut?’”
In 2015, Muniz floated the potential of a “Malcom in the Middle” revival on social media that will select up with the titular celebrity in a mid-life disaster.
Maybe it’s time to make some new recollections.