Frankie Muniz Net Worth

Frankie Muniz Net Worth
Frankie Muniz Net Worth

Frankie Muniz net worth

Current Net Worth$40 Million (USD – 4 Crores), (Rupees – 305 Crores)

Frankie Muniz short biography

Net Worth$40 Million
BornDecember 5, 1985 (Age – 36)
Identified asAmerican Actor, Race Car Driver, Musician
StatusAmazing Actor
EducationHome-schooled
NationalityAmerican
ResidenceNorth Carolina, US State
Spousal statusMarried (Paige Price M. 2020)
Children1
Frankie Muniz short biography

Frankie Muniz has a net worth of $40 Million (Rupees – 305 Crores), is an American Actor, Race Car Driver, Musician, most known for his amazing acting in the movies.

Francisco James Muniz IV is an actor, race car racer, and musician from the United States.

He is most known for his role as Malcolm in the Middle on Fox from 2000 to 2006, for which he received an Emmy Award nomination and two Golden Globe nominations.

His film roles include Deuces Wild (2002), Big Fat Liar (2002), Agent Cody Banks (2003), and Racing Stripes (2005).

In 2003, he was regarded as one of the most popular child performers and “one of Hollywood’s most bankable youngsters” during the height of his career.

He put his acting career on hiatus in 2008 to pursue a career in open-wheel racing, competing in the Atlantic Championship.

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He was the drummer for the indie rock band Kingsfoil from 2012 until 2014.

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Frankie Muniz biography

Full NameFrancisco James Muniz IV
BirthplaceWood-Ridge, New Jersey, U.S.
Height5,4 feet, 165 cm
Weight60 Kg
FatherFrancisco James Muniz III
MotherDenise Muniz
Frankie Muniz Biography

Francisco James Muniz IV was born on December 5, 1985, in Wood-Ridge, New Jersey, to nurse Denise and restaurateur Francisco Muniz III.

Muniz has a half-Irish, half-Italian mother and a Puerto Rican father (of Spanish descent from Asturias).

Cristina, his older sister, is his only sibling. Muniz’s family relocated to Knightdale, North Carolina when he was four years old.

At the age of eight, he was spotted at a talent event in Raleigh, North Carolina, where he was performing as Tiny Tim in a local version of A Christmas Carol.

His parents split soon after, and he relocated to Burbank, California, with his mother.

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Education

His mother began homeschooling him when he was in the sixth grade.

Career

Muniz made his film debut in the made-for-television picture To Dance with Olivia (1997), starring Lou Gossett Jr. Muniz featured in commercials and made his film debut in the made-for-television film To Dance with Olivia (1997), starring Lou Gossett Jr.

In the same year, he starred in What the Deaf Man Heard, a CBS Hallmark Hall of Fame production. His big role as the title character on Linwood Boomer’s comedy Malcolm in the Middle, which aired on Fox on January 9, 2000, came after a brief appearance in the film Lost & Found (1999). The show was a hit, and it received a lot of praise right away. The first episode drew 23 million viewers, while the second episode drew 26 million.

In 2001, he was nominated for an Emmy Award and got the “Young Star Award” from The Hollywood Reporter for his role on the series.

Big Fat Liar, a 2002 film starring him and young actress Amanda Bynes about two students seeking vengeance on a sleazy movie director, was a smash (played by Paul Giamatti).

He had a brief appearance in Stuck on You in 2003 as Cher’s teenage lover. In the same year, he made his MTV debut in Ashton Kutcher’s practical prank series Punk’d.

He created the teleplay for the TV program Granted, on which he also served as executive producer, in 2004.

In the 2005 film Racing Stripes, Muniz provides the voice of Stripes, a zebra that desires to become a racing pony. In the same year, he appeared as himself in an episode of the Fox sitcom Arrested Development called “Mr. F.”

In April 2006, he began filming My Sexiest Year, an independent film in which Harvey Keitel played his father.

The final episode of Malcolm in the Middle aired on May 14, 2006.

Despite having claimed that he intended to take a vacation from acting, he went on to feature in the R-rated teen-sex comedy Extreme Movie in May 2006.

Dimension Films had intended to release the film in 2007, but it was instead released directly to DVD in February 2009.

Muniz debuted in the superhero genre in 2011 with the family action flick Pizza Man. In 2012, he appeared in the second season of the sitcom Don’t Trust the B— in Apartment 23 as himself.

In 2015, he appeared in The Mysteries of Laura, in which one of the investigators (Merideth Bose) developed a love for the actor/racer Frankie Muniz, who was racing in a drag race.

Muniz was revealed as one of the celebrities competing in the 25th season of Dancing with the Stars on September 6, 2017.

Muniz was named as the co-host of Dancing with the Stars Juniors on ABC on August 1, 2018, alongside Jordan Fisher, the Mirrorball Trophy winner from Season 25.

Frankie Muniz some movies

YearMovie
1997To Dance with Olivia
2000My Dog Skip
2002Moville Mysteries
2004Agent Cody Banks 2: Destination London
2007My Sexiest Year
2012Last Man Standing
2016Another Day in Paradise
2018Dancing with the Stars: Juniors
2020Total Bellas
2021The Rookie
Frankie Muniz some movies

Private & early life

The Arizona Cardinals and the Los Angeles Clippers are two of Muniz’s favorite teams.

Muniz was hospitalized on November 30, 2012, at the age of 26, after suffering a possible transient ischemic attack, and spoke about the incident on Katie. A year later, on November 25, 2013, he was diagnosed with a second attack. In October 2017, when asked about his health, he stated that he had had no problems.

However, it was claimed on Dancing with the Stars that he had suffered significant amnesia, which was theorized to be caused (at least in part) by multiple concussions; the tv show gave the impression that he couldn’t remember the majority of his time on Malcolm in the Middle, and that his former co-star Bryan Cranston frequently called him to remind him about the good times they had.

Muniz disclosed that the mini-strokes were a misdiagnosis and that he was actually suffering from migraine auras as a guest on Steve-Wild O’s Ride! podcast in 2021. He also emphasized that the narrative of his memory loss had been widely misconstrued by the media.

He further stated that claims of his forgetfulness were untrue and that they were based on a throwaway statement “Man, I don’t remember what happened in 2001” on the same podcast. Individual memory gaps developed as a teenager as a result of a huge number of impressions.

Muniz was engaged to Jamie Grady in 2005.

In 2008, he met publicist Elycia Marie Turnbow in a Los Angeles gym where they shared a personal trainer.

They started dating and eventually relocated to Scottsdale, Arizona. In February 2011, they had a domestic argument that apparently saw Muniz pointing a pistol at his own head, however, he later labeled it a “false inflated narrative.” They were engaged in October 2011 but broke it up afterward.

Muniz began dating Paige Price in 2016, and on November 18, 2018, the couple announced their engagement.

They married on February 21, 2020, after eloping in October 2019. Mauz Mosley Muniz, their son, was born on March 22, 2021.

Awards

YearAward
1998Young Artist Awards
2002Teen Choice Awards
2003Teen Choice Awards
2004Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy and Horror Films
2005Nickelodeon Kids’ Choice Awards
Frankie Muniz awards

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