Malcolm in The Middle's Frankie Muniz tragic health news

Malcolm in The Middle's Frankie Muniz tragic health news

Malcolm in The Middle's Frankie Muniz tragic health news

Do you remember this in Malcolm?

"My most memorable year is 2017 because I've learned to live in the present", he said.

Despite losing his memory, Muniz said, "I'm happy with my acting career".

Monday night in the american version of Dancing with the stars, Frankie Muniz has spoken about his health problems. "It nearly feels like it wasn't me".

This information about Muniz's concussions and his mini-strokes was already known, but what we didn't know was that he suffers from severe memory loss to the point that he has to be reminded of what it was like to star on a hit sitcom.

"It's a little sad that I can't go back in my memory", lamented the young man, who continues his fight with his relatives to pick up a few pieces of its history. As in, he doesn't even remember "Malcolm in the Middle", the show that brought him fame - and arguably the opportunity to be on "Dancing with the Stars" right now, but I digress.

"I can see words but I can't tell what they say. That's something people remember".

The 31-year-old spoke about suffering memory loss on Monday's Dancing With The Stars in which he is competing
The 31-year-old spoke about suffering memory loss on Monday's Dancing With The Stars in which he is competing

Following Muniz and Carson's quickstep performance to "Adventure of a Lifetime" by Coldplay, host Tom Bergeron said, "You seem to be nearly at peace with the fact that you're having memory issues".

Frankie, who traded in his acting career to become a race vehicle driver, also opened up about his struggles, and admitted he doesn't know if the mini-strokes and concussions directly caused his memory loss, as he's never been to a doctor to ask. For example, I should do not forget to be gone in Australia. "They are still (his) experiences". "I told him not to worry about what you remember and what you don't remember. What a life for you!"

"It's something I never really talked about ... I didn't really take them in".

The one who dedicated himself for almost ten years to his passion for sports cars suffers from severe loss of memory and hardly remembers the time when he played in the series Malcolm, who has had seven seasons from 2000 to 2006.

"I'm not actually sure how my memory loss started".

Muniz went on to earn a 24 out of 30 for his quickstep with partner Witney Carson. It's a gross feeling, but I know now when it's going to come. It's just how my brain is, so I thought that was normal.

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

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