In the early '00s, Malcolm In The Middle was one of the biggest shows on TV and Frankie Muniz, who played the lead character, was a huge star!
Frankie is currently a contestant on Dancing With The Stars in the U.S and whilst on the show, he actually admitted that he can't remember being on Malcolm In The Middle at all!
As it turns out, the former actor suffers from memory loss which he says stems from a series of concussions and "mini-strokes" he's had over the last few years.
"Truth is, I don’t remember much [of Malcolm in the Middle].
"It almost feels like it wasn’t me.
"It makes me a little sad.
"Things pop back into my mind [that] I should have remembered.
"I’ve gotten to do anything that I really wanted to do.
"But the truth is, I don’t really remember much of that."
Although he's been suffering from memory loss for a long time, Frankie admitted that he hadn't actually gone to seek medical advice.
"To be honest, I’ve never really talked about it.
“I don’t really have memories of being on the show.
"My memory of being on the show is seeing the episode[s].”
Frankie retired from acting in 2008 to become a racing car driver and a drummer, but Bryan Cranston, who played Malcolm's father Hal in the series, says he still takes it upon himself to "tell him to remember what happened on ‘Malcolm in the Middle'."
“They are still [his] experiences."