Mark Wahlberg is an actor, producer, businessman and philanthropist who has been in the entertainment industry for over 25 years. He’s best known for his roles in films such as The Departed, Boogie Nights and Ted franchise, but he’s also a successful entrepreneur with investments in restaurants and clothing lines. Outside of Hollywood circles, he’s renowned as a dedicated family man who donates much of his time to charity work.
Born on June 5th 1971 in Boston Massachusetts to working-class parents Alma Elaine (née McPeck) and Donald Edward Wahlberg Sr., Mark was raised along with nine siblings—eight brothers including Donnie Wahlberg from New Kids On The Block fame—in the rough neighbourhood of Dorchester before finding success in show business. After appearing as rapper ‘Marky Mark’ alongside brother Donnie during the 1990s he made waves when Calvin Klein signed him up for their underwear campaign; this marked one of many turning points that launched his acting career forward.
With several awards under his belt it can be said that Mark Walhberg is one of modern cinema’s most beloved stars: In 2005 alone he earned Academy Award nominations for Best Supporting Actor & Best Picture categories – both received due to critically acclaimed performances within Martin Scorsese directed crime drama ‘The Departed’. Since then he has continued to act across genres by tackling lead roles within action movies like Transformers series & Daddy’s Home duo or starring alongside Will Ferrell/ Mel Gibson comedies; recent decades have seen him become more involved behind camera too through producing projects like Entourage TV Show & 2017 comedy “Daddy’s Home 2”.
Although widely recognised worldwide due entirely towards entertaining masses via silver screen there are other aspects which define Wahlburgers personality – chiefly being huge involvement within charitable activities.
His passion lies especially around children welfare so majority donations come directly from foundation named after himself i.e”Mark Wahlberg Family Foundation”; this organisation helps financially disadvantaged families pursue higher education opportunities while supporting causes related to health care access or youth services etc. Additionally since late 2019 another arm called “Food Truck Initiative” works towards improving food security issues surrounding inner cities throughout USA.
Overall it could be concluded that despite legendary status attained inside movie world actor/producer Mark Walhberger often puts more emphasis upon helping others than craving recognition — something which should make us all admire him even further regardless if we’re fans already or not!
Wahlberg first rose to fame as Marky Mark when he was just 18 years old after releasing two hit singles “Good Vibrations” and “Wildside.” His music career continued on until 2000 when he transitioned into acting full time. Since then Wahlberg has starred in some of Hollywood’s biggest films such as The Fighter (for which he earned an Oscar nomination), Ted 2, Daddy’s Home 1 & 2, Deepwater Horizon and Transformers: Age Of Extinction. In addition to performing himself – including a stint hosting Saturday Night Live – Wahlberg often produces films through his production company Closest To The Hole Productions; recent projects include Patriots Day (which won Best Picture at the Boston Society of Film Critics Awards) and All The Money In The World (starring Christopher Plummer).
When not busy working on set or producing movies, Wahlburg can be found spending quality time with his family – wife Rhea Durham whom he married back in 2009 plus four children Ella Rae, Michael, Brendan and Grace Margaret – or getting involved with charity organizations like the Good Shepherd Center for Homeless Veterans which provides housing assistance for veterans returning home from war zones abroad.
After 25 years in showbusiness it appears that there are no signs slowing down this multi-talented star anytime soon! With so many amazing accomplishments under his belt already we cannot wait see what else lies ahead for Mr. Mark Walhbergh!