Serving as the series' executive producer, the actor will next make a cameo appearance on the comedy show's fifth season, starring alongside its main cast Jeremy Piven.
Having some movie projects in the pipeline while at the same time also waiting in anticipation for the birth of his third child, Mark Wahlberg won't waste time doing nothing. He's adding more task into his agenda, making a cameo appearance in the HBO's comedy series "Entourage."
Often starring in action movies and serving as the series' executive producer, the hunk will have his comedy skills being tested as he's been tapped to shoot a scene with the project's greatest treasure Jeremy Piven who plays as rambunctious Hollywood agent Ari Gold. "I did one other cameo in the ('Entourage') pilot but I didn't get to do a scene with Jeremy Piven," Wahlberg said about him making a cameo appearance on the series' fifth season. "This time it's me and Piven going at it, so it was fun."
The fifth season of "Entourage" begins next month. The movie hunk, in the meantime, is about to start training for his role of boxer "Irish" Mickey Ward in an upcoming drama flick "The Fighter," which will be released next year.
He, moreover, could next be seen starring in action-drama-thriller "Max Payne," which is slated to hit the theaters on October 17. His third child with longtime partner Rhea Durham, a baby boy, is due to be born "around the third of September."