- Tue Aug 8, 2017, 9:36 AM GMT
These celebrities were involved in crimes that endangered people's lives like battery, rape and even murder.READ MORE
Mark (Robert Michael) Wahlberg had a troubled younger years before making name in film world. He dropped out of school at age 14 and by 16 he was jailed. Upon being released, he was helped by his brother Donnie, who was a member of pop band New Kids on the Block, to establish a rap career under the moniker of Marky Mark. He switched to modeling afterwards, modeling for Calvin Klein's underwear line and subsequently landed acting jobs, thanks to his persona in addition to good looking face and muscular body.
Wahlberg first appeared in the 1993 television movie, "The Substitute", before then making his big screen debut in "Renaissance Man" (1994). The following year, he was cast in "The Basketball Diaries" as Mickey, which proved to be his breakthrough role. After few other features, he rose to prominence with his starring role as Eddie Adams/Dirk Diggler in "Boogie Nights" which earned him a Best Actor Satellite Award nomination. His next two films "The Big Hit" (1998) and "The Corruptor" (1999) were less than successful, but the June 5, 1971 born actor continued giving critical acclaimed performances in "Three Kings", "The Perfect Storm", "The Yards", "Rock Star", and in a remake of the classic "Planet of the Apes".
The hilarious first trailer for the sequel to the 2015 movie finds the 61-year-old actor portraying Kurt Mayron, the old-school father of Wahlberg's Dusty.READ MORE
Wahlberg shares some details about his character's relationship with his father (played by Mel Gibson), who seemingly won't show any hint of affection towards him.READ MORE
The three actors are spotted filming 'Daddy's Home' sequel in Concord, Mass, seemingly working on a scene set around Christmas time.READ MORE
The former model of the underwear brand has opened up about how he reacted after the Canadian singer sent some steamy photos of him in the brand's underwear early last year.READ MORE
The 'Transformers: Age of Extinction' actor reveals he had a 'Canadian fellow' over for a family dinner while appearing on 'The Ellen DeGeneres Show'.READ MORE