American-born actor, producer, singer, and racecar driver Frankie Muniz currently resides in New Jersey. His role as Malcolm Middleton on the sitcom Malcolm in the Middle brought him two Golden Globe nominations and an Emmy nomination.
Between 23 and 26 million people tuned in to watch the show’s premiere and second episode. He is also well-known for his work in the movies “Agent Cody Banks,” “Racing Stripes,” “Big Fat Liar,” and “Deuces Wild.”
He’s a musician and the manager of the band “Astro Lasso,” having previously played drums for the indie rock band Kingsfoil. In 2008, he took a break from acting to pursue open-wheel racing, and he even raced in the Atlantic Championship. The year before, in 2007, he had already established himself as the twenty-fifth highest-paid young celebrity.
What is the Net Worth of Frankie Muniz in 2022?
Frankie Muniz is a multi-talented American who has earned $30 million in the entertainment industry. He acts, sings, writes, produces, and races cars. Frankie Avalon is best known for her role as Malcolm in the Middle on the popular television series that ran from 2000 to 2006.
At the outset of his professional life, Frankie used his newfound wealth to buy his mother a home in Brentwood. When Frankie was 18 years old, he bought an apartment in Encino, California, where he had been living as a youngster.
After that, in 2002, he bought a Hollywood Hills mansion with a 10-car garage, and in 2004, he bought a second Hollywood Hills house. In 2005, he sold these two homes promptly and for a good profit. Halle Berry received one from him.
Frankie spent 2006 on a mansion in the Hollywood Hills that cost him $3.5 million. The next year, he listed the home for $3.875 million. To finally make a sale, he had to wait a long. Finally, in 2014, he sold the property for $3.05 million.
In 2008, Frankie uprooted his life in Los Angeles and splurged $2.782 million on a sprawling property in the Arizona desert town of Scottsdale. He made $2.85 million off the sale of this house in 2014. A new Scottsdale mansion he purchased for $3 million in 2016 fetched an asking price of $3.5 million before he decided to pull it from the market. According to the deed records, he is still living here full-time.
The Early Life of Frankie Muniz
Francisco Muz IV was born in Wood Ridge, New Jersey, on December 5, 1985. As a little child of four, he made the trip with his family to North Carolina. He first gained attention when he was just 8 years old, thanks to his performance in a community theater’s rendition of “A Christmas Carol.”
Frankie and his mom eventually ended up in Burbank, California, right about the time his parents split up. He was homeschooled beginning in sixth grade so he could devote more time to his budding acting career.
Soon after, he began appearing in guest appearances on various television shows, commercials, and even a brief part in the 1999 film Lost & Found.
Frankie Muniz: Career
Frankie Muniz’s career kicked off in 1997, with To Dance with Olivia, after he had been in a number of advertisements. Thanks to his supporting performance in “Lost & Found,” he was cast in Malcolm in the Middle, which launched his career.
He was a familiar face on several TV shows throughout his career, including MADtv, Lizzie McGuire, and Sabrina the Teenage Witch. He played the lead role of Agent Cody Banks in both films in the series.
He trained in martial arts and did the majority of his own stunts in films. For the film Choose Your Adventure: The Abominable Snowman, released in 2006, he served as executive producer.
In 2017, it was revealed that Muniz would compete as a celebrity contestant on Dancing with the Stars’ 25th season. For the year as a whole, Muniz and Witney Carson came in third. It has come to light that in 2018, Muniz will co-host Dancing With The Stars Juniors.
As of late, he’s been playing drums for the unsigned band You Hang Up. He joined the York, Pennsylvania band Kingsfoil in 2012, but left the following year due to scheduling conflicts.
It all started in 2017 when Muniz announced on Facebook that he was the manager of Astro Lasso. Two of his former bandmates from Kingsfoil, Jordan Davis and Tristan Martin, are now part of Astro Lasso. Muniz controls the band’s lighting, monitors, and drives while on the road.
For the 2001 Daytona 500, Muniz drove the pace car before Dale Earnhardt even started his vehicle. Taking advantage of a last-lap collision between Ingo Rademacher and Aaron Peirsol, he finished third, better than any other famous athlete that year.
After being given the opportunity to test drive a vehicle, he signed a two-year driving contract with Jensen Motorsport. In the 2006 Formula BMW USA season, Muniz competed in fourteen races but finished outside of the points.
He was one of 36 drivers to make it to the annual Formula BMW World Final, where he raced in the Toyota Pro/Celebrity category and finished 29th and 11th, respectively. Muniz moved up to the more difficult Champ Car Atlantic Series in 2007.
As a result of his sportsmanlike behavior, he was honored with the Jovy Marcelo Award in 2008. His season was over before the fifth and final race at Road America because he had to have wrist surgery. In 2021, Muniz entered his first stock car race. In the Toyota Pro/Celebrity Race, he came in fifteenth. In 2022, Muniz tested with the ARCA Menards Series at the Daytona International Speedway.
Personal Life of Frankie Muniz
Muniz and Jamie Grady got engaged in 2005. He began dating publicist Elycia Marie Turnbow in 2008, and they eventually made their home in Scottsdale, Arizona. Unfortunately, in 2011, they broke up because of an incident at a home that involved the police and allegations that Muniz pointed a gun at his head.
They both became engaged in the same year, but their engagements were broken off. Muniz and Paige Price started dating in 2016, and in 2018, they got engaged. In 2020, they secretly tied the knot. The name of their son is Mauz Mosley Muniz.
Muniz and his soon-to-be wife Paige Price purchased a small Arizona shop called Outrageous Olive Oils & Vinegars in 2018. In 2020, before the eruption of COVID-19, the two sold the shop just in time. They state that Price’s pregnancy played a role in the decision to sell.
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