Frankie Muniz is working hard to stay on Dancing with the Stars' 25th season for as long as possible this fall.

Frankie is a 31-year-old actor and racecar driver best known for his starring role as a young man on Fox's series Malcolm in the Middle.

Despite suffering the physical consequences of a prior back injury, Frankie has been doing everything in his power to keep up with rehearsals and challenging choreography.

Frankie is paired with Witney Carson, a one-time mirrorball trophy champion, and the pair appear to be having a great time together. The couple has been receiving fairly high scores week to week, so he has a shot to win the season. Frankie, however, is up against some tough competition such as violinist Lindsey Stirling and singer and actor Jordan Fisher.

Below is a list of 8 facts Reality TV World has compiled about Frankie Muniz:

- Frankie was born in Wood-Ridge, New Jersey to his mother Denise, a nurse, and father Francisco Muniz III, a restaurateur. His father is of Puerto Rican heritage and his mother is of Irish and Italian descent.

- Frankie's full name is Francisco Muniz IV, and he wears a lot of hats in the entertainment industry as an actor, musician, writer, producer, race car driver and band manager.

- He competed in the Champ Car Atlantic Championship as a race car driver. And in 2011, Frankie participated in the Toyota Pro/Celebrity Race, and after starting 15th, he finished fourth.

- The Dancing with the Stars contestant starred in My Dog Skip, a 2000 family drama film; Big Fat Liar in 2002 opposite Amanda Bynes and Paul Giamatti; and Agent Cody Banks as well as its sequel Agent Cody Banks 2: Destination London.

- From 2012 to 2014, he was a drummer in the band Kingsfoil. Frankie currently manages an electronic, indie and pop band called Astro Lasso from York, PA.

- The 5'5" DWTS contestant was born December 5, 1985, and he recently revealed he's suffered extreme memory loss, as he's unable to recall very special and impactful moments in his life.

- Frankie recently shot the lead of the independent drama feature The Black String for director Brian Hanson.

- Frankie has been nominated for an Emmy award and two Golden Globe awards for his performance on Malcolm in the Middle.