Frankie Muniz Says He Doesn't Remember Much of Malcolm in the Middle

Frankie Muniz Has Revealed That He Doesn't Remember Ever Being On 'Malcom In The Middle'

"Most people think that my most memorable year would be the year Malcolm in the Middle started [in 2000], because it allowed me to live all these dreams of mine", Frankie answered on camera. "I'm 31 but feel like I have the creaky, old body of a 71-year-old".

"It makes me a little sad", Frankie revealed. "Things pop back into my mind I should have remembered", said Muniz, who is also a race auto driver and has endured several crashes.

In a recent episode he revealed that he suffers from memory loss and doesn't remember his time on the show. "I don't know what the cause of it is". This is not something that I examine, I just thought that my brain was like that.

The sitcom ran from 2000 to 2006 and Muniz elaborated to reporters backstage with dance partner Witney Carson by his side that his memory loss "is long-term". "I didn't really take them in".

'I'm not a doctor person, ' he added.

"I told him not to worry about what you remember or what you don't remember", his former TV father, Bryan Cranston, said. "Frankie was a TV star, then he became a race auto driver, and a drummer in a rock band", Cranston said. "I thought it was normal", he revealed in assuring that it " knew not that (he) had to keep in mind to be going to the Emmy Awards younger ". "It's something I never really talked about", he admitted.

Frankie Muniz has opened up recently admitting that he does not remember much from his on-screen childhood past. Frankie Muniz also said that his girlfriend, model Paige Price, a record of each moment of their lives in small notebooks, in which he can get back to leisure. "They are still your experiences". This will be my job to say to him: 'do You remember this?

Frankie Muniz can't remember appearing on Malcolm in the Middle, or the time he visited Australia.

'She's unbelievable, ' he gushed. But a year ago I went roller skating, and I was literally the dad holding onto the rail. "She's very supportive. I hope we have a lot more memories [together]".

"Over the past 10 years, my mom will bring up things like trips we went on or big events and they are new stories to me".

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