Below is a compiled list of the most interesting facts about Frankie Muniz. Check it out!
Frankie was born in Wood-Ridge, New Jersey, to Denise, a nurse, and Francisco Muniz III, a restaurateur. His father is of Puerto Rican heritage and his mother is of Irish and Italian descent. Frankie was home-schooled since Grade Six. He started his acting career performing the role of Tiny Tim in “A Christmas Carol” for three years. Nominations for his performances include “The Hollywood Reporter Young Star Award”, as well as “The Young Artist of Hollywood Award”. Frankie is quite a good golfer and has been playing since his grandfather taught him at the age of five. Frankie was raised in Knightdale, North Carolina. He resides in Scottsdale, Arizona.
Interesting Facts about Frankie Muniz
- Credits Zac Hanson with inspiring him to learn to play the drums.
- Is a drummer.
- Owns the VW Jetta from The Fast and the Furious (2001).
- Prefers his last name to be pronounced “me-YOO-nez”
- Father Frank is a restaurant manager. Mother Denise is a former nurse. They are divorced.
- Has appeared in episodes of three different series with Hallie Todd: Sabrina, the Teenage Witch (1996), Lizzie McGuire (2001) and Malcolm in the Middle (2000).
- Is a die-hard basketball fan.
- Likes to play golf and tennis.
- On 11/14/04 he broke a rib while playing basketball. He was back on the set of Malcolm in the Middle (2000) the next day.
- Drummer in the band Kingsfoil out of York, PA. 
- Until 200 he owned a mansion in Brentwood, CA.
- His favorite basketball team is the L.A. Clippers.
Personal Quotes by Frankie Muniz
There was a scene cut out of ‘Big Fat Liar’ (2002) where I had to wear a dress. This may sound kind of weird, but I really enjoyed shooting that scene.- Frankie Muniz
Yeah, I like cars and basketball. But you know what I like more? Bananas.- Frankie Muniz
I am keeping with tradition today. After I learned of my Golden Globe nomination, I went to the dentist, so today, let’s make it the orthodontist.- Frankie Muniz
I wanna do movies that in ten years time people will respect me for, as an actor. So if I do take two years off or three years off, the next movie I have that comes out you want people to go ‘ooh, that’s Frankie Muniz’s new movie, it’s gonna be a good movie cause he’s in it.’- Frankie Muniz