Actor and musician Frankie Muniz opened up to “Extra” in detail about the mini-stroke he suffered on Nov. 30, revealing he’s “definitely feeling better.”
“I wouldn’t say I’m 100 percent,” the 27-year-old explained during a Spreecast live chat with his band, Kingsfoil. “I still feel a little lazy and lethargic, but I’m getting my energy back.”
The health scare, known as a Transient Ischemic Attack, happened while the former “Malcolm in the Middle” star was riding his motorcycle in Phoenix. He noticed a problem with his vision and numbness in his limbs. By the time he got home he wasn’t speaking coherently.
He told "Extra's" online correspondent Arthur Kade, “I was trying to talk and I thought I was talking, but my fiancé was looking at me like I was speaking a foreign language… I finally allowed myself to be taken to the hospital.”
Muniz still doesn’t know what caused the mini-stroke. He thinks of himself as a healthy and active person who doesn’t drink, smoke or do drugs. “I’ve never done anything bad to my body, so it is kind of crazy.”
For more with Frankie and his Kingsfoil bandmates, watch the video!