Chaos on the set of Malcolm?  Frankie Muniz recounts the day he slammed the door

Chaos on the set of Malcolm? Frankie Muniz recounts the day he slammed the door

The actor missed the filming of two episodes, to show his dissatisfaction with the atmosphere on the set.

He doesn't remember everything he did in Malcolmbut Frankie Muniz remembers well having stood up to production and certain people “toxic, manipulative, rude or disrespectful” on the tray. Without mentioning any names, the actor revealed to an Australian site:

There were two episodes of Malcolm which I'm not in, because I left the set“. Witness to an embarrassing situation that he does not describe, Frankie Muniz explain that “everyone was too afraid to say anything to these bossy, rude and disrespectful people. Like they were walking on eggshells… I was mortified to see people afraid to defend themselves. I wanted my comrades to rebel. So I left. And I didn't care if I got fired, because it was worth standing up for what you believe in… And it helped that I was the center of the show too.”

Became a star in Hollywood as a teenager, Frankie Muniz confides that he then suffered from “imposter syndrome“, believing he never found his place in the industry. “I never felt like I fully fit into the Hollywood world. I was nominated for Emmys and Golden Globes, and I was going to all these events. But I was like, what- what am I doing here?

Frankie Muniz also hated life in Los Angeles, “so I kind of stayed in my own little world, my own little bubble. And I moved to Arizona, on a whim. I immediately started to open my eyes again. I began to enjoy looking at the trees and birds in the sky. Going to the grocery store became a fun thing again. We don't have that in Los Angeles. It was a miserable experience for me.”

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