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Dating frankie muniz

Muniz was also part of the ensemble for the gang film Deuces Wild, released that same year.

The first film opened in March 2003, and grossed $47 million; the sequel, which opened a year later, grossed $28 million.

He trained in martial arts for the films, and performed most of his own stunts.

In that same year, he appeared in the CBS Hallmark Hall of Fame presentation of What the Deaf Man Heard.

A small role in the film Lost & Found (1999) led to his breakout role as the title character on Malcolm in the Middle.

He also commented that it was the point in his career where he should "make the transition from child actor to an adult actor or a respectable actor." Muniz provided the character voice of a zebra named Stripes, who wishes to become a racing equine, in the 2005 film Racing Stripes.

That same year, he made a guest appearance as himself in "Mr.

Fox premiered Linwood Boomer's Malcolm in the Middle, starring Muniz, on January 9, 2000, as a mid-season replacement, and the show was quickly met with accolades.

The premiere episode was watched by 23 million people and received The Hollywood Reporter "Young Star Award" for his work in the series.

That same year, he appeared in the series premiere of Ashton Kutcher's MTV practical joke series Punk'd.

Muniz subsequently played the title role in the film Agent Cody Banks as well as its sequel, Agent Cody Banks 2: Destination London.

While investigating the possibility of joining a racing team as an owner, he was granted a test in a car, and instead signed a two-year deal with Jensen Motorsport as a driver.