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

10 October 2017, 05:10 | Myron Mathis

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Frankie Muniz, who starred on the Fox comedy Malcom in the Middle in the 2000s, revealed tonight that he doesn't remember much of being on the show, or anything else that he lived through years ago. "But we were talking about Malcolm [in the Middle] and how it started, and I don't really have memories of being on the show". "Things pop back into my mind I should have remembered", said Muniz, who is also a race vehicle driver and has endured several crashes.

To his credit, Muniz has remained positive about the situation, stating on the same episode of DWTS that he chooses to focus on the present.

Muniz's "Malcolm in the Middle" co-star Bryan Cranston told "DWTS" cameras, "I will tell him, "Remember this?"

It's unclear how the child television star - who later became a race auto driver and a musician - sustained the head injuries or why he had the mini strokes, which is also known as a transient ischemic attack.

Muniz, who suffered a serious auto crash in 2009 while competing as a professional race-car driver, has also endured several concussions - but he says his health battle doesn't affect his desire to work in Hollywood "at all". "I didn't know I should remember going to the Emmys".

The theme for the night on the ballroom bash was "Most Memorable Year", and that led to the surprising admission from the star. "I didn't really take them in".

His girlfriend, Paige, keeps a daily diary for him so that he can look back and see what he did.

Frankie Muniz can not remember starring in "Malcolm in the Middle". "Even if I don't remember, I'm happy".

Speaking to PEOPLE after his performance with pro Witney Carson, which earned him a 24 out of 30, Muniz revealed his memory loss wasn't always something he was comfortable discussing.

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