Frankie Muniz once starred in "Malcolm in the Middle" and is all grown up now.
One of the best parts of finding someone we love is that they are going to be by our side forever. It can also be that the person beside us was the one all along and they helped us through the hardest parts of our life. Very few people are lucky enough to find a partner who understands us completely and allows us to be ourselves regardless. One of those lucky few people is a former child star, Frankie Muniz.
Muniz is all grown up now and also got married in February 2020 to his long time girlfriend who has been by his side through the darkest times. It's also been a while since he moved away from being an actor. The Malcolm in the Middle actor who was loved for his roles in movies like Agent Cody Banks, Big Fat Liar, and more turned to race car driving many years ago and was injured because of it.
One of the dangers of being a race car driver is the life-threatening car crashes. He has had at least nine concussions and a "fair amount of mini-strokes," which resulted in his severe memory loss, as per the former actor who doesn't remember his time on the sitcom that made him famous, according to Globalnews.ca.
"Truth is, I don’t remember much [of my time on Malcolm]. It almost feels like it wasn’t me," he said, adding that his wife Paige Price was helping him jog his memory. Muniz, who is an alumnus of Dancing with the Stars, suffered a severe crash in 2009 and he can't remember most things in his life.
They got engaged in November 2018 after dating for two years. The week he proposed was one of the hardest ones for him as he had to bid farewell to his uncle Skip and he returned to find his home flooded and destroyed, as per CBS News.
Yet, he decided to focus on what's good in his life and asked the woman he loves to marry him. Price had posted a photo on Instagram of the couple amid floating lanterns in Pinal Fairgrounds in Arizona. She wrote, "When you’re a little girl, you dream of marrying the man of your dreams. You think of all these extravagant things from the way he asks you, to the dress you’re going to wear, to the music you’re going to dance to with your father. Sometimes, reality has a tendency to overstep your dreams and really surprise you. Francisco Muniz IV, you’re more than a dream to me. You teach me every day, you compliment me when I’m at my worst, and you push me past the edge but you’re there to pick me up when I start showing signs of falling. I love every piece of you, and I appreciate you more and more every single day. I truly cannot wait to be your wife."
Muniz didn't shy away from showing appreciation for his fiancee either. "Yep, @pogprice said yes! She makes my life instantly better! We’re eating our Thanksgiving dinner at Boston Market, but I wouldn’t want it any other way, as long as i have her by my side! #sheismyrock," he wrote on Instagram.
They got married on February 21 and Muniz was drunk in love. He told People Magazine that his wedding day was the best day of his life. "Every single moment of February 21 was perfect. From the moment of waking up together and jumping on the bed hyping each other up, to helping our wedding planner with setting things up at the venue, all the way to walking down the aisle with my best friend hand in hand with our closest friends and family in attendance. Everything was just so us,” Muniz said.
"I always thought it was such a cliché for people to claim their wedding day as the best day of their life, like maybe it was something they had to say,” he shared. "No, my wedding day was literally the best day of my life!" he added.