Frankie Muniz has suffered a stroke.
The "Malcolm in the Middle" star, 26, took to Twitter on Dec. 4, writing, "I was in the hospital last Friday. I suffered a 'Mini Stroke,' which was not fun at all."
"Have to start taking care of my body!" he added, "Getting old!"
Muniz, who shot to fame as a teen opposite Bryan Cranston on the hit TV sitcom, did not reveal any more details about his condition.
We're glad he's OK.
UPDATE: Frankie Muniz talked with Good Morning America Dec. 5 about his health scare. "I couldn't say words. I thought I was saying them! My fiance was looking at me like I was speaking a foreign language," Muniz explained.
The actor also revealed he knew something was wrong when he lost vision in one eye while riding his motorcycle. "I can't get a deep breath in," the still-stunned Muniz confessed. "I'm still trying to make sense of it, but I'm happy I'm alive." The "Malcolm in the Middle" star claimed he doesn't do drugs, drink, or smoke cigarettes.