Frankie Muniz Teases Permanent Move to Australia After I’m A Celebrity Experience: ‘I Feel More at Home in Sydney’

Frankie Muniz Teases Permanent Move to Australia After I’m A Celebrity Experience: ‘I Feel More at Home in Sydney’

Frankie Muniz has revealed life-changing plans after leaving I’m A Celebrity over the weekend.

As he exited the jungle-based reality show, the Malcolm in the Middle star, 38, announced that he’s considering moving to Australia permanently.

Speaking to news.com.au on Tuesday, Muniz said: ‘I was already looking at real estate last night.’

‘I was just checking it out. But I have more friends now that live in Sydney than in the States,’ admitted the former child star, who currently lives in Arizona.

Frankie Muniz left his campmates shocked and tearful as he became the first celebrity to voluntarily leave I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! Australia. 

Frankie Muniz Teases Permanent Move to Australia After I’m A Celebrity Experience: ‘I Feel More at Home in Sydney’

Frankie Muniz has revealed some life-changing plans after leaving I’m A Celebrity over the weekend. As he exited the jungle-based reality show, the Malcolm in the Middle star, 38, announced that he could be heading Down Under permanently. Pictured

Speaking to news.com.au on Tuesday, Muniz said 'I was already looking at real estate last night. I was just checking it out, but I have more friends now that live in Sydney than in the States' admitted the former child star, who currently lives in Arizona with wife Paige Price and their three-year-old son, Mauz Mosley (all pictured)

Speaking to news.com.au on Tuesday, Muniz said ‘I was already looking at real estate last night. I was just checking it out, but I have more friends now that live in Sydney than in the States’ admitted the former child star, who currently lives in Arizona with wife Paige Price and their three-year-old son, Mauz Mosley (all pictured)

The Agent Cody Banks star departed the South African jungle in emotional scenes on Sunday night’s episode, after admitting he felt guilt over his relationship with wife Paige Price and their three-year-old son, Mauz Mosley.

‘My current situation with my wife and son is… I’m guilty of not noticing what they do for me,’ he told his campmates during the episode.

‘Hearing my wife say that my son is sad that I don’t play trucks with him, I realise I’ve been home so many days, and when I’m home I’m not present. And I’m so ready to be present.’

Frankie Muniz left his campmates shocked and tearful as he became the first celebrity to voluntarily leave I'm A Celebrity. The Agent Cody Banks star left the jungle in emotional scenes on Sunday night, after admitting he felt guilt over his relationship with his wife and son

Frankie Muniz left his campmates shocked and tearful as he became the first celebrity to voluntarily leave I’m A Celebrity. The Agent Cody Banks star left the jungle in emotional scenes on Sunday night, after admitting he felt guilt over his relationship with his wife and son

'My current situation with my wife and son is¿ I'm guilty of not noticing what they do for me,' he told his campmates during the episode.

‘My current situation with my wife and son is… I’m guilty of not noticing what they do for me,’ he told his campmates during the episode.

He finished his tearful speech, ‘I’m a celebrity, get me out of here.’

His fellow celebrities including Brittany Hockley and Skye Wheatley were left stunned by the exit.

Both wept as the American actor embraced them before leaving for good. 

'Hearing my wife say that my son is sad that I don¿t play trucks with him, I realise I've been home so many days, and when I'm home I'm not present. And I'm so ready to be present.' He finished his tearful speech, 'I'm a celebrity, get me out of here'

‘Hearing my wife say that my son is sad that I don’t play trucks with him, I realise I’ve been home so many days, and when I’m home I’m not present. And I’m so ready to be present.’ He finished his tearful speech, ‘I’m a celebrity, get me out of here’

His exit comes shortly after Frankie admitted he’s set for life because he was able to retire as a teenager from his Malcolm In The Middle earnings, and he still receives residual checks to this day from foreign reruns.

Last week, the former actor told his fellow campmates he was worth a staggering $US40million ($61M AUD) by the time he was 19.

According to The Daily Telegraph, by the end of the show’s run, Muniz was reportedly earning approximately AUD$230,000 per episode, without adjusting for inflation.

The star notably put his Hollywood career aside to focus on race car driving, and also was briefly a drummer for a band called You Hang Up from 2012 until 2014. 

The Emmy nominated actor, 38, told his fellow campmates that he was worth a staggering $US40 million by the time he was 19

The Emmy nominated actor, 38, told his fellow campmates that he was worth a staggering $US40 million by the time he was 19

The star notably put his Hollywood career aside to focus on race car driving, and also was briefly a drummer for a band called You Hang Up from 2012 until 2014

The star notably put his Hollywood career aside to focus on race car driving, and also was briefly a drummer for a band called You Hang Up from 2012 until 2014

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