Today’s guest needs little introduction. That said, we’ll give him a short one anyway. The man is Mark Wahlberg; he is an American actor, producer, businessman, and former model, rapper, and songwriter. Some of his most notable films include Pain and Gain, Daddy’s Home, Love Survivor, The Fighter, The Other Guys, and Transformers; many people, however, will know him for his star role in the film, Ted.
Mark journey into acting is the typical rags-to-riches one. Today he is one of the most successful and highest earning actors in the field; he has a net worth of about $225million, and is currently one of the most exciting stars on the screen.
Such status usually is accompanied by a fair share of awards and honours—and Mark has won his fair share, including 2 Academy Awards, Golden Globes, and Actors Guild Awards for his roles in The Departed and The Fighter and Boogie Nights; he’s also won 6 MTV Awards and 3 People’s Choice Awards; and counting.
He’s Mark Wahlberg, and here are 7 nuggets of wisdom right from the man himself.
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