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Frankie Muniz - Shots of a variety of stars as they attended the 15th Annual Fundraiser benefiting the National Center For Missing & Exploited Children hosted by Canon USA and was held at the Bellagio Grand Ballroom in Las Vegas, Nevada, United States - Wednesday 7th January 2015
The 'Malcolm in the Middle' star suffered a scary second stroke.
Actor Frankie Muniz has been hit by a worrying second mini-stroke in under a year. The former Malcolm In The Middle star told his fans on Twitter what had happened two days ago: "Almost a year to the day, I experienced another mini stroke. Hopefully that will be the last. Miserable," the 27 year-old tweeted.
Frankioe Muniz Suffers His Second Stroke Within The Same Year.
Muniz's last stroke occurred in December 2012 when he lost vision in one eye whilst riding his motorbike through Arizona. At the time he was more upbeat about the incident, tweeting "Have to start taking care of my body! Getting old!"
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Frankie Muniz revealed on twitter how he suffered his second "mini stroke" in nearly exactly a year to the day.
Frank Muniz had suffered another health scare.
The 27 year-old suffered a second mini stroke in almost a year to the day of the 1st.
Continue reading: Malcolm In The Middle's Frankie Muniz Suffers Second Mini Stroke
Malcolm in the Middle star Frankie Muniz says he is just "happy to be alive" after suffering a mini-stroke on Friday (November 30, 2012) which temporarily debilitated his vision. The former child star turned musician noticed something wasn't quite right while riding his motorcycle in Arizona before his body became numb.
Muniz says he's never tasted "a sip of alcohol" or smoked a cigarette and considered himself a healthy individual, however, he was rushed to hospital after his body stopped functioning properly and his speech became slurred. "Something wasn't right, I know I did not feel right," Muniz told Good Morning America on Wednesday. "I couldn't say words, and I thought I was saying them. And my fiance was looking at me like I was speaking a foreign language. I can't get a deep breath in. I'm still trying to make sense of it, um, but happy that I'm alive." The actor stunned fans with the surprise announcement on Tuesday, tweeting, "I was in the hospital last Friday. I suffered a Mini Stroke, which was not fun at all. Have to start taking care of my body! Getting old!" His long-time girlfriend Elycia Turnbow subsequently Instagrammed a photograph of Muniz looking drained in a hospital bed.
Muniz, now the drummer in the band Kingsfoil, is scheduled to begin his latest tour later this week.
Continue reading: Frankie Muniz, 27, Just "Happy To Be Alive" After Stroke
The news that Frankie Muniz suffered a mini stroke came as quite a shock to fans of his, most of which know him from his role as Malcolm in The Middle. Muniz was only 26 when it happened, and has spent his 27th birthday in recovery after the health scare.
It's no way to spend a birthday week, but then again, if you're a glass half full kinda person, then not being dead and actually reaching your 27th birthday is nothing but a blessing. "I couldn't say words. I thought I was saying them. My fiancee was looking at me as if I was speaking a foreign language," Muniz recalled to Good Morning America. A mini stroke is caused by tiny lapses in blood flow to the brain. Considering Muniz's age (this kind of thing happens most typically to those 55+) it's hard to see where this came from, and when you consider he lives a life free of drugs and alcohol (same thing), then it only serves to enhance the enigma.
Muniz alerted fans to his stroke on Twitter, posting, "I was in the hospital last Friday. I suffered a 'Mini Stroke,' which was not fun at all," hetweeted just a few hours ago. "Have to start taking care of my body! Getting old!" His girlfriend also used social media to inform people of his near miss, updating her Instagram with a photo of him laying in a hospital bed.
Frankie Muniz has suffered a mini-stroke at the age of 25.
The star of Malcolm in the Middle was taken to hospital on Friday (November 30, 2012) when his friends started to notice that he was “acting really weird,” TMZ report. He was having trouble understanding words and struggling to speak, so his friends made sure that he got rushed to hospital.
The doctors told Frankie that he’d suffered a mini-stroke though they’re not currently sure what may have caused it, so they’ve done some tests to get the young actor checked out. Frankie confirmed the news via Twitter, where he told his followers “I was in the hospital last Friday. I suffered a "mini stroke", which was not fun at all. “Have to start taking care of my body!” he added. “Getting old!”
For those who still watch Malcolm in The Middle, this will have come as a shock, for the show's titular star, it would have been a whole lot worse than that, as at just 26 years of age, he's survived a "mini stroke".
Alerting his fans, as many celebs do these days, Muniz declared the news on twitter, and seeing as he survived, we're calling it good news. "I was in the hospital last Friday. I suffered a 'Mini Stroke', which was not fun at all," he told his 158,000 online followers. "Have to start taking care of my body! Getting old!" he tweeted. His girlfriend, Elycia Turnbow, also took to social media, deciding that her boyfriend laying in a hospital bed was a good time to update her instagram account. She posted a photo of Muniz covering his face with tags on his wrist. Depressing. Still, we're glad he's okay and wish him a full and healthy recovery.
Muniz is, of course, famous for his turn as Malcolm in Malcolm in The Middle. But he made the shock decision, after being such a popular character in the show, to quit acting and race cars for a living. Since then, with his sporty adventure out the way (and it wasn't very successful), he's added music to the strings of his bow, turning out as drummer for indie Kingsfoil. The band are supposed to start touring this week.
Doctors are completely baffled the mini-stroke that Frankie Muniz suffered last week, TMZ reports.
According to sources, Frankie, who is now 26 (can you believe it!) was admitted to an Arizona hospital last week after friends were "freaked out" by his strange behaviour. Apparently he couldn't speak and was having trouble understanding people- some common signs of a stroke. He tweeted to his 150,000 followers that he'd been in hospital:
I was in the hospital last Friday. I suffered a "Mini Stroke", which was not fun at all. Have to start taking care of my body! Getting old!— Frankie Muniz (@frankiemuniz) December 4, 2012
Continue reading: Malcom In The Middle Star Frankie Muniz Hospitalized With A Stroke
These talents, of course, provide voices to an array of talking animals in the live action heartwarmer Racing Stripes, a sort of stripy Seabiscuit about an orphaned zebra with a horse's heart for racing. The misled mare, aptly nicknamed Stripes, wants desperately to compete with rival horses at the Kentucky Open - the Bluegrass State's natural landscapes contributing an exquisite backdrop to the film's conventional action. Along the way, the zebra is coached by a widowed father (Bruce Greenwood), his dedicated daughter (Hayden Panettiere), and a stable of talking animals including a Shetland pony (Hoffman), a goat (Goldberg), a rooster (Jeff Foxworthy), and two manure-craving flies named Buzz (Steve Harvey) and Scuzz (David Spade).
Continue reading: Racing Stripes Review
Last year's kiddie secret-agent comedy "Agent Cody Banks" was a stupid movie that got by on clever charm. It starred Frankie Muniz (from "Malcolm in the Middle") as a junior-high James Bond who had to get over his fear of talking to girls in order to complete his mission and save the world from some contrived evil.
The picture got a enough mileage out of Muniz's amusing believability as a secret agent on training wheels and out of its tongue-in-cheek twists (to keep his parents in the dark, the CIA did his homework and housework while he was on assignment) to balance out a lot of slapdash screenwriting -- so all in all, it squeaked by as good family fun.
But the rushed-into-production sequel "Agent Cody Banks 2: Destination London" is twice as stupid and without even an infinitesimal hint of the cleverness that kept the original afloat.
Continue reading: Agent Cody Banks 2: Destination London Review
Yes, "Agent Cody Banks" is a "Spy Kids" clone. As such, I went into it expecting an uncreative, cash-in-on-a-trend children's movie -- the kind parents are loathe to suffer through, yet for some reason take their kids to see anyway.
But while its plot doesn't stand up to even a modest amount of logical scrutiny, the flick has a comical, junior-James Bond spirit that's hard to resist. Of course, there are a couple differences between James Bond and highly-trained CIA spook Cody Banks (played by "Malcolm In the Middle's" Frankie Muniz): 1) Cody is 15 and lives with his parents who don't know he's a spy, and 2) Cody is hopelessly inept at talking to girls.
His tendency to get tongue-tied around cute classmates becomes a major problem when his hubba-hubba CIA handler (Angie Harmon from "Law & Order") assigns him to get close to the adorable Natalie Conners (Hilary Duff, better known as the Disney Channel's "Lizzie McGuire"). It seems the girl's scientist father is unknowingly developing nanobot technology for a villain (the ominously tan Ian McShane) who wants the microscopic 'bots to eat away US missile guidance systems. It's part of his evil plan to render the country defenseless for no adequately explored reason.
Continue reading: Agent Cody Banks Review
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