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Biography #2 (for Agent Cody Banks)

Frankie Muniz has received rave reviews for his breakthrough performance as whip-smart Malcolm in the hit television series Malcolm in the Middle. As a result, Muniz was nominated for his first Emmy Award in 2001 for Lead Actor in a Comedy Series. He is a two-time Golden Globe Award nominee for Best Actor in a Television Comedy Series. He also received a nomination from the Television Critics Association for The Hollywood Reporter Young Star Award for Outstanding Actor in a Comedy Series.

Muniz's most recent feature appearance was as the lead character in the comedy Big Fat Liar. Amanda Bynes co-starred. He also appeared as Willie Morris in the film My Dog Skip. He received the Video Software Dealers Association (VSDA) Rising Star of the Year Award and a Best Actor honor from the Giffoni Film Festival in Italy. In Scott Calvert's MGM drama Deuces Wild starring Matt Dillon and Stephen Dorff, Muniz had a supporting role.

Muniz made his television debut in the made-for-television movie Dance with Olivia, starring Louis Gossett Jr. He also appeared in the CBS Hallmark Hall of Fame presentation of What the Deaf Man Heard and received a nomination for The Hollywood Reporter Young Star Award as well as a nomination for the Young Artist of Hollywood Award for Best Television Performance in a Movie or Miniseries.

Muniz's voice is heard on the Nickelodeon cartoon Fairly Odd Parents, as a guest on The Simpsons, and as Rocky in the upcoming Rumpus.com feature-length web cartoon The Red Bison. Muniz has also appeared in several regional theatrical productions, including A Christmas Carol, The Sound of Music, The Wizard of Oz, Our Town and The critically acclaimed The Death of Papa."

Bio courtesy MGM for "Agent Cody Banks" (01-Jan-2000)