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Is Ari Gold based on a real person?

Yes. Jeremy Piven portrays Vince's agent, Ari Gold, on the Entourage TV show and in the movie. Ari is based on Mark Wahlberg's real-life beste casual dating seiten agent, Ari Emanuel, who began repping Mark in 1999 ( The real Ari shares similar personality traits with Jeremy Piven's character. Ari Emanuel demonstrated these traits at the initial pitch meeting for the TV show.

"...I went into the initial pitch meeting and met [Mark Wahlberg's agent] Ari Emanuel, who said, 'All right, it's Mark and his life. This guy is going to write it, and if it sucks, we'll fire him and someone else will rewrite it,'" recalls Entourage creator Doug Ellin. "I had never seen anybody in this business really talk like that.... So I said, 'This guy is a character. He has to be in the show.'"

Not only did Doug Ellin mold the Ari Gold character after Ari Emanuel, Ellin himself was eventually represented by Emanuel, and it was Emanuel who insisted that Jeremy Piven play the part. Many of Ari Gold's clients on the show are actually Ari Emanuel's clients in real life, including Vin Diesel and Larry David. On a side note, Ari Emanuel is the brother of former White House Chief of Staff Rahm Emanuel.

Ari Emanuel (left), Mark Wahlberg's real-life agent, was the main inspiration for Ari Gold, portrayed by Jeremy Piven (right).

Where did the line "let's hug it out, bitch" come from?

Ari Gold's quote, "let's hug it out, bitch," has become one of the most famous lines in television history, ranking number six on TV Guide's "100 Greatest TV Quotes and Catchphrases" list. However, the line was never part of the script and it has no link to Mark Wahlberg or his real entourage. Actor Jeremy Piven, who plays Ari Gold, improvised the line on a whim during the shooting of the show's second episode. Aware that fellow actor Kevin Connolly doesn't like to be touched, Piven added the line in order for Ari and Connolly's character, Eric "E" Murphy, to be forced to hug. "I thought it would be very unsettling to hug him, and so it just kind of happened," says Piven.

Where did the name Vincent Chase come from?

While some Entourage character names are similar to the names of the real-life counterparts who inspired them (e.g., Ari Gold and Ari Emanuel), "Vincent Chase" is noticeably different than "Mark Wahlberg." It has been reported that the character is named after the legendary Hollywood acting teacher Vincent Chase, who Mark Wahlberg became friends with in 1997 while working on the Bill Paxton movie Traveller. In 2013, TMZ reported that the real Vincent Chase sent a cease and desist letter to Warner Bros., demanding that his name not be used partnervermittlung herzklopfen zu zweit in the Entourage movie.

However, according to Entourage creator Doug Ellin, Vincent Chase is named after Vince Vaughn, the actor who Ellin had envisioned as the star when he was writing the script. "It sounds crazy now because Vince Vaughn makes $20 million a movie, but nine years ago when I first started writing this script, I was like, 'Do you think there's a way we could get Vince Vaughn?'" said Ellin. "It was done completely as an homage to him."

Why was Vincent Chase's first blockbuster movie called Aquaman?

Aquaman is a watery nod to Mark Wahlberg's experience with his first major blockbuster, 2000's The Perfect Storm, directed by Wolfgang Petersen.

Vincent Chase (Adrian Grenier) and Mark Wahlberg go golfing in the HBO Entourage TV show's season six episode "Fore!"

Was the real Turtle's nickname really "Turtle"?

No. The real Turtle, Donnie Carroll, was actually known as "Donkey." He died of an asthma attack at age 39 on December 18, 2005. Donnie's sister, Debra Carroll, says that Turtle was modeled "to a T" after her late brother, who moved to Hollywood in the mid-'90s to be Mark Wahlberg's full-time right-hand man after the rapper-turned-actor hit it big. She also stands behind her brother's claim that the Entourage TV show was largely his idea, an idea for which he didn't receive credit. "For 10 years, Donnie talked about 'Let's do a show about us,'" says Carroll. "And for 10 years Mark said nobody gives a s— about that, nobody cares."

Donnie had claimed that the idea for the show had originated as a book idea, titled Hood to Hollywood, A Soldier's Story, centered on his own life and his role as a member of Mark Wahlberg's real entourage. Debra Carroll says that her brother and Wahlberg had a falling-out in June 2005, at which time Donnie stated in an interview that he still hoped Wahlberg would "take care of [him]" for his hand in conceiving the show ( "I've been by [Wahlberg's] side since Day One," he said. "And I got nothing [from Entourage]. Not 10 cents. Nothing."

"I love him a lot," Wahlberg told the Boston Herald at the time. "But when a guy reaches a certain age, he's gotta start taking responsibility. He doesn't want to work, he wants to rap." During his time at Wahlberg's side, the baseball-cap-wearing Donnie "Donkey" Carroll had spent years trying to launch a rap career under the stage name Murda One.

The real Turtle, Donnie "Donkey" Carroll (right), was upset that he wasn't compensated for Entourage. Photo:

Is Vince's manager Eric "E" Murphy based on a real person?

Yes, as indicated in the photos of the Entourage cast and their real-life counterparts at the top of this page, Eric "E" Murphy is in part based on Mark Wahlberg's friend Eric Weinstein, a former junkie who Wahlberg met on the set of 1995's The Basketball Diaries (Weinstein had been hired to instruct the actors on how to shoot up). The real "E" became Wahlberg's assistant. "I don't think I could go anywhere without him," said Wahlberg.

To a significant degree, "E" was also inspired by Wahlberg's longtime producing partner Steve Levinson (Lev), and it is Levinson (pictured below) who arguably shares more similarities with Connolly's character on the show. "Kevin Connolly's character, "E," is loosely based on a combination of the real "E," who was my assistant for twenty-some-odd years, and Lev, who's been my manager and producing partner," confirms Wahlberg. -IMDB Interview

The actor who portrays "E" on the show, Kevin Connolly, had real-life experience being part of an entourage. He was the foremost member of Leonardo DiCaprio's real-life entourage. Connolly knew Mark Wahlberg from the set of The Basketball Diaries, where Connolly had been hanging out as part of DiCaprio's entourage.

Kevin Connolly's character is also based on Mark Wahlberg's producing partner and manager Steve Levinson.

What personality traits does Mark Wahlberg share with Vincent Chase?

After the casting for the TV show had been completed, Mark Wahlberg flew the TV entourage to Las Vegas to hang out with his real-life entourage. It was a "crash course," says Adrian Grenier, who plays Vincent Chase on the show. Grenier immediately picked up on Wahlberg's carefree attitude about fame. "I discovered that it's not about the luxuries … the bottle service, or going to the front of the line," notes Grenier. "It was about how Mark dealt with all this, which was the movie-star part, with his ease, his nonchalance, his confidence, his generosity. I was perfect for the character because I'm just by nature detached. I'm not looking to further my career at all costs."

In addition to Wahlberg, other people inspired the character as well. Ex-HBO head Chris Albrecht said that Vincent Chase is "more Leonardo DiCaprio."

including the eye chart shirt seen above.

Is Mark Wahlberg really too lazy to read scripts like Vince is on the show?

"No, no, not at all," says Mark Wahlberg. "Anybody who knows me and how I approach my work, I'm a preparation freak." Mark says that he has accepted roles without reading the script first, but that's only when directors he admires and has great relationships with come calling, including Tim Burton and David O. Russell. However, he always does read the script. -Howard Stern

Who does Mark Wahlberg credit with the idea for Entourage?

"My assistant wanted to film my friends around me, because he just thought it was hilarious," Wahlberg told The New York Times in 2004. In order to have more flexibility in the storylines and to steer clear of Wahlberg's violent past (he served a month-and-a-half in prison as a teenager for trying to steal a Vietnamese man's beer and assaulting him using a hooked stick that took out an eye), it was decided that a fictional approach would be better than a reality show.

According to Entourage creator Doug Ellin, numerous people have claimed to take credit for coming up with the idea for the show. "It was [Steve Levinson] and Mark's idea, and maybe Eric Weinstein, and maybe about nine other people," Ellin told Vanity Fair in 2011.

Mark Wahlberg with friends and members of his real entourage in the late 1990s. This picture appeared on the cover of the Entourage documentary One Love Entourage, not currently for sale.

Is Johnny Drama based on Mark Wahlberg's own brother, Donnie Wahlberg?

No, Johnny Drama (Kevin Dillon) is not based on Mark Wahlberg's brother, Blue Blood's star Donnie Wahlberg. Johnny Drama is based on Mark Wahlberg's friend, John Alves, who he affectionately refers to as his "cousin." According to the website for the Wahlburgers reality show, which is based around Mark Wahlberg's family's burger joint in Boston, John Alves, who appears on the show and whose real-life nickname is "Johnny Drama," actually auditioned for the role of Drama but didn't get the part. Actor Kevin Dillon, who portrays Drama on the TV show, does have some things in common with his Entourage character. Dillon is the less well-known brother of movie star Matt Dillon.

Johnny "Drama" Alves had befriended Mark Wahlberg in the late 1980s after Wahlberg was released from prison for an assault charge. Alves, who was the cousin of a bodyguard for New Kids on the Block, was asked to help get Mark back on the straight and narrow, and bring him to LA where he could reconnect with his brother Donnie and his other friends. Alves, who was in a band himself, was hired to watch out for Wahlberg. "Wherever I went, Johnny went," recalls Wahlberg ( Like on the show, the real Johnny Drama also cooked, cleaned and did Wahlberg's laundry. He tried to land acting gigs too, appearing in Wahlberg's 1993 fitness video (Yahoo! TV). Creator Doug Ellin says that "he's definitely the closest [match]" when it comes to the characters and their real-life counterparts.

At the time of the Entourage movie's release in 2015, Alves, a father of three, was living in Plymouth, Massachusetts and performing as the leader of the band Johnny Drama & His Funky Entourage.

Actor Kevin Dillon and his real-life counterpart Johnny "Drama" Alves.

Is egotistical director Billy Walsh based on a real person?

Yes. The director of Queens Boulevard and Medellin, Billy Walsh (Rhys Coiro), was mainly inspired by Entourage writer Rob Weiss. "We came up with the idea of putting a director in, and I wanted it to be Rob Weiss," said Entourage creator Doug Ellin, who went to high school with Weiss and described him as "an extremely funny, slightly crazy, good-looking nutjob." Both Billy Walsh and Rob Weiss grew up part of wealthy New York families. Billy grew up in the New York suburb of Scarsdale. Weiss hails from the wealthy, predominately Jewish Five Towns area of Long Island.

Rob Weiss also shares a temper with his onscreen counterpart. He once shut down a set over a lost cell phone and got into massive screaming fights with actress Mira Sorvino, who starred in his 1993 film Amongst Friends, a Queens Boulevard-esque tale that was a favorite at the Sundance Film Festival that year.

The Billy Walsh character also shares some similarities with actor/independent film director Vincent Gallo, especially in appearance. They both are independent filmmakers and painters (on the show, Billy claims that he paints). Doug Ellin says that he also used his own experience as a novice director to inspire the character, in addition to finding inspiration in the stories of directors going crazy on sets.

Is the Miller Gold Agency based on a real talent agency?

Yes. Entourage's Miller Gold Agency (MGA), which was co-founded by Ari Gold and his former mentor, Barbara Miller (Beverly D'Angelo), is based on the real-life talent agency William Morris Endeavor (WME), which was formed by the merger of the William Morris Agency and the Endeavor Agency in 2009. The agency's co-CEO is Ari Emanuel, who was Mark Wahlberg's agent and the inspiration for the Ari Gold character.

Entourage's Miller Gold Agency (MGA) was inspired by the real-life William Morris Endeavor (WME) talent agency.

Did studio executive Harvey Weinstein like his Entourage counterpart, Harvey Weingard?

No. Miramax co-founder and film producer Harvey Weinstein was not happy about his Entourage doppelganger, Harvey Weingard. "I'm at a party. Harvey Weinstein just came over and told me to tell my producers they're dead," says actor Kevin Connolly, who portrays Eric on the show. "'Tell them if they ever mention my name again, they're dead.'" The interaction was later incorporated into an episode of the show. Luckily, the often coarse producer called Entourage creator Doug Ellin and told him that he liked the scene.

Is there any significance to the license plate seen on the Lincoln during the opening credits?

The license plate on the front of the 1965 Lincoln Continental Convertible is a reference to the hometown of the four main characters on the show. The plate reads, "QSV 11427," which refers to the name and zip code of Queens Village, New York, Vincent Chase's hometown. The hometown of most of the members of Mark Wahlberg's real entourage is Boston, Massachusetts.

Mark Wahlberg Entourage Interview & Related Videos

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Mark Robert Michael Wahlberg was born on 5th June 1971 in Boston, Massachusetts. He is an American actor, producer, businessman, former model, and former rapper. Mark Wahlberg is one of a handful of respected entertainers who successfully made the transition from teen pop idol to an acclaimed actor. He was nominated for an Oscar for the Best Supporting Actor for The Departed (2006) and received positive critical reviews for his performance in The Fighter (2010). Wahlberg is also a solid comedy actor and he proved it by his starring role in Ted (2012).

Mark Wahlberg religion political views beliefs struggles hobbies

During his early career, he was known as Marky Mark. The erstwhile rapper recorded his highest-ever payday thanks to soaring fees for movies such as “Daddy’s Home 2” and “Transformers: The Last Knight.” His movies have grossed $5.3 billion worldwide, but he’s not limited to the big screen: He and his family appear on A+E in “Wahlburgers,” a reality show based on their fast-food restaurants. He also shills for AT&T.

Dating Profile:

Wahlberg has been in a relationship with American model Rhea Durham since 2001. The got married on 1st August 2009, at the Good Shepherd Catholic Church in Beverly Hills. The couple has four children: daughters Ella Rae and Grace Margaret and sons Michael and Brendan Joseph. Before dating Rhea, he used to date an actress, Soleil Moon Frye.

Religion Information:

Mark Wahlberg was raised a Catholic and is very devoted to this day. He had a rough childhood and credits his success to faith. He goes to church every day and has said:

“Being a Catholic is the most important aspect of my life. The first thing I do when I start my day is, I get down on my hands and knees and give thanks to God. Whenever I go outside of my house, the first thing I do is stop at the church.”

Political Views:

Mark Wahlberg is a Democrat and even contributed to President Obama’s campaign in 2008. He is a big believer in giving back to his community and supports liberal policies. Although he is Catholic, he is a big supporter of the LGBT community and is a big fighter for equality. He supported Obama’s 2012 presidential election campaign as well.

Charity Work:

For the purpose of raising and distributing funds to youth service and enrichment programs Mark Wahlberg in May 2001, established the Mark Wahlberg Youth Foundation. He is active with The Good Shepherd Center for Homeless Women and Children.


Mark Wahlberg is a big sports fans and is an avid boxer. His like to play football and basketball. He also likes to box and has even acted as a boxer in the movie, The Fighter.

Interesting Facts:

  • Mark Wahlberg had been in trouble 20-25 times with the Boston Police Department when he was young. He had developed an addiction to cocaine and other substances at only age 13.
  • His nicknames include Marky Mark and Monk D.
  • Mark was arrested over 20 times including an attempted murder charge as a teenager. He received a two-year jail sentence but only served 45 days.


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American actor Mark Wahlberg is one of a handful of respected entertainers who successfully made the transition from teen pop idol to acclaimed actor. A Best Supporting Actor Oscar nominee for (2006) who went on to receive positive critical reviews for his performance in (2010), Wahlberg also is a solid comedy actor, proven by his starring role in (2012).

Mark Robert Michael Wahlberg was born June 5, 1971 in a poor working class district, Dorchester, of Boston, Massachusetts. He is the son of Alma Elaine (Donnelly), a nurse's aide and clerk, and Donald Edward Wahlberg, a delivery driver. Wahlberg is the youngest of nine children. He is of Irish, Swedish (from his paternal grandfather), and more distant French-Canadian, English, and Scottish, descent. The large Wahlberg brood didn't have a lot growing up, especially after his parents divorced when he was eleven. The kids crammed into a three-bedroom apartment, none of them having very much privacy. Mark's mother has said that after the divorce, she became very self-absorbed with her own life. She has blamed herself for her son's subsequent problems and delinquency. Wahlberg dropped out of high school at age fourteen (but later got his GED) to pursue a life of petty crime and drugs. He'd spend his days scamming and stealing, working on the odd drug deal before treating himself to the substances.

The young man also had a violent streak - one which was often aimed at minorities. At age sixteen, he was convicted of assault against two Vietnamese men after he had tried to rob them. As a result of his assault conviction, he was sentenced to serve 50 days in prison at Deer Island penitentiary. Whilst there, he began working out to pass time and, when he emerged at the end of his sentence, he had gone from being a scrawny young kid to a buff young man. Wahlberg also credits jail time as being his motivation to improve his lifestyle and leave crime behind him.

Around this time, his older brother had become an overnight teen idol as a member of the 1980s boy band. A precursor to the boy-band craze, the group was dominating the charts and were on top of their game. Mark himself had been an original member of the band but had backed out early on - uncomfortable with the squeaky clean image of the group. Donnie used his connections in the music business to help his little brother secure a recording contract, and soon the world was introduced to Marky Mark and the Funky Bunch, with Wahlberg as a bad-boy rapper who danced in his boxers. Despite a lack of singing ability, promoters took to his dance moves and a physique they knew teenage girls would love.

Donnie scripted some easy songs for Mark, who collected a troupe of dancers and a DJ to become his "Funky Bunch" and "Marky Mark and the Funky Bunch" was born. His debut album, "Music for the People", was a smash hit, which was propelled along by the rapper's willingness to disrobe down to boxer-briefs on stage, not to mention several catchy tunes. Teenage girls thrilled to the rapping "bad boy". Record producer saw in Wahlberg a cash-cow of marketing ability. After speaking to designer, Marky Mark was set up as the designer's chief underwear model.

His scantily clad figure soon adorned billboards across the nation. Ironically, while the 's fame was dwindling as audiences tired of their syrupy lyrics, "Marky Mark's" bad boy image was becoming even more of a commodity. He was constantly in the headlines (often of the tabloids) after multiple scandals. In 1992, he released a book dedicated to his penis. Wahlberg was constantly getting into rumored fights, most memorably with and her entourage at a Los Angeles party. While things were always intense, they were relatively harmless and made for enjoyable reading for the public. However, when the story of his arrest for assault (and the allegations of racism) broke in the press, things took on a decidedly darker note. People were not amused. Soon after, while on a British talk show along with rapper, he got into even more trouble. After Ranks made the statement that gays should be crucified, Wahlberg was accused of condoning the comments by his silence. Marky Mark was suddenly surrounded by charges of brutality, homophobia and racial hatred. His second album, "You Gotta Believe", had not been faring well and, after the charges surfaced, it plummeted from the charts.

Adding to the hoopla, Wahlberg was brought to court for allegedly assaulting a security guard. He was ordered to make amends by appearing in a series of anti-bias advertisements. Humbled and humiliated by his fall from grace in the music world, Wahlberg decided to pursue another angle, acting. He dropped the "Marky Mark" moniker and became known simply as Mark Wahlberg. His first big screen role came in 's (1994). Despite the name change, many people snickered at the idea of the has-been rapper thinking he could make it as an actor. From the get-go, he was proving them wrong. In (1994), he gave an utterly charming performance as a simple but sincere army recruit. What naysayers remained found it increasingly difficult to write Mark Wahlberg off as he delivered one fine performance after another. He blew them away in the controversial (1995) and chilled them in (1996) as every father's worst nightmare.

The major turning point in Wahlberg's career came with the role of troubled porn star Dirk Diggler in 's (1997). Since then, Wahlberg has chosen roles that demonstrate a wide range of dramatic ability, starring in critically acclaimed dramas such as (1999) and (2000), popcorn flicks like (2001) and (2012), and even indies such as (2004).

Wahlberg was the executive producer of such television series as (2010), (2008) and the highly successful comedy (2004), which was partly based on his experiences in Hollywood.

Wahlberg and his wife have four children.

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Younger brother of, and.

Named one of People magazine's 50 Most Beautiful People in the World. [May 1992]

His older siblings are:, James Wahlberg, Debbie Wahlberg, Michelle Wahlberg,, Tracey Wahlberg, and. Robert, Donnie and Mark are from their mother's third marriage with Donald Wahlberg. Half-siblings from his father's side of the family are Scott Wahlberg, Buddy Wahlberg and Donna Wahlberg.

Was originally cast as Linus Caldwell in (2001) but dropped out. The role went to.

Bought a $5 million mansion in Beverly Hills, California and moved his mother there. [December 2001]

His music group, Marky Mark and the Funky Bunch, debuted on (1989) in the late 1980s.

He said in one of the featurettes in (2003) DVD that he thought about doing the movie because it was going to be his third remake in a row (if you don't count (2001)) after (2002) and (2001).

His father was of half Swedish and half Irish descent, and his mother's ancestry is 11/16ths Irish, one eighth French-Canadian, one eighth English, and one sixteenth Scottish. Mark's paternal grandfather, Axel Simon Wahlberg, was the son of Swedish immigrants, Axel Gustaf Wahlberg and Ida Albertina Nordstrom.

Narrated the documentary (2004) along with (2003) co-star (Mos Def supplied poetry).

His older sister Debbie passed away on September 2, 2003, leaving behind a teenage son. She died on the same day that Mark's first child,, was born.

Has a tattoo of on his left shoulder.

Is very close to his mother.

Older brother,, was a member of the boy group.

Has a summer home in Wrentham, Massachusetts.

Turned down the role of Hero in the horror film (2005), which went to.

Turned down the lead role of Jake Roenick in (2005), which went to.

directed Wahlberg to his very first Academy Award nomination as Sgt. Sean Dignam in (2006). Wahlberg has said that it's one of the roles he is most proud of.

Friends with,,, and.

Considers (2002) his worst film.

He and some friends were actually booked to fly on one of the planes that crashed in to the twin towers on September 11, 2001. Originally planning on flying from Boston to Los Angeles but at the last minute they decided to charter a plane to Toronto, Canada for a film festival and then from there to Los Angeles. A near brush with death that he still dreams about today. "We certainly would have tried to do something to fight. I've had probably over 50 dreams about it."

Ranked #65 on VH1's 100 Sexiest Artists.

His father,, a veteran of the Korean War, passed away on February 14, 2008.

As of 2008, he earns a reported $12-15 million per film in addition to a percentage of the back end profits.

While performing as Marky Mark and the Funky Bunch he often wore nothing but underpants on stage. consequently asked him to model for Klein's underwear line.

Was originally a member of, but left the band before they had their big break.

Through being a distant relative of, he is also one of.

Had to spent about 60 days in the House of Correction in Massachusetts when he was a teenager.

Was a drug dealer as a young teenager.

Was born in St. Margaret's Hospital in Boston, Massachusetts.

Dropped out of school when he was age 13.

Has stated his performance as Max Payne in (2008) as his favorite role.

Has stated that he struggled with weight gain his whole life.

Was briefly sent to prison for two 1988 incidents in which he attacked, beat, and yelled ethnic slurs at two Vietnamese men in Dorchester, Massachusetts. Both incidents were unprovoked by the victims, and in the second attack, Wahlberg beat and permanently blinded in one eye a man who was trying to help him escape from the police after the first attack.

Ranked #1 on VH1's "Hottest Hotties of the 90's".

Was spoofed by on (1975). After the first skit premiered Wahlberg jokingly acted as if he was offended when appearing on (2003) ( (2008)), but he eventually appeared in SNL ( (2008)) going along with the joke.

Paid $8.25 million to purchase a 6.14-acre, vacant lot in Beverly Hills, California's Beverly Park neighborhood where he plans to custom-build a mansion on the property (2009).

He was awarded a Star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame at 6259 Hollywood Boulevard in Hollywood, California on July 29, 2010.

On August 1, 2009, he married longtime partner,, at a private Catholic ceremony in Beverly Hills, California.

Is a registered Democrat.

Received his high school diploma 25 years after dropping out of the Snowden International School in Massachusetts (previously known as Copley Square High School).

Became a father for the first time, at age 32, when his girlfriend [now wife] gave birth to their daughter,, on September 2, 2003.

Became a father for the second time at age 34 when his girlfriend [now wife] gave birth to their son Michael Wahlberg on March 21, 2006.

Became a father for the third time at age 37 when his girlfriend [now wife] gave birth to their son Brendan Joseph Wahlberg on September 16, 2008.

Became a father for the fourth time at age 38 when his fiancée [now wife] gave birth to their daughter Grace Margaret Wahlberg on January 11, 2010.

Brother-in-law of and cousin-in-law of.

One of the ingredients of the cheeseburgers served at his family restaurant is "government cheese", which was provided to welfare recipients when he was a child. Wahlberg has said he wanted the burgers to honestly and accurately reflect the working-class meals he and his siblings were raised on.

Is a fan of all the four major Boston sports teams, The New England Patriots, Boston Celtics, Boston Bruins and the Boston Red Sox.

Known for being very nice and polite to fans who recognize him on the street.

His favorite movie is (1975), with.

Was friends with fellow rapper-turned-actor. The two hung out in the early 1990s.

Is great friends with comic. The two actors have starred in two films together, including (2010) and (2015), including the upcoming sequel to The Other Guys.

Around the 2000's he discussed starring in "Urban Townies" which was going to be directed by but then pulled out to star in "Spy Games" after which Mike also walked.

Highest paid actor of 2017, earning $68 million.

Petitioned for a pardon as a convicted Felon in 2014 as he desired to become a law enforcement officer in Los Angeles. Felons are prohibited from becoming police officers, so his conviction would prevent him from doing so. He dropped the petition request in 2016, so his status as a Felon from the 1988 assault in Boston remains unchanged.

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Personal Quotes (17)

I've always looked at my career as an athlete would look at his. I won't play forever. Some don't know when to walk away, but the smart ones do.

[on his delight for starring in 's (2006)] It's a movie my kids can see - my nieces and nephews. I haven't had that. None of my nieces and nephews have seen (1997), thank God! I haven't made too many PG movies.

[His reaction to his Oscar-nomination for (2006)] Any time someone says you have an opportunity to work with you jump at the chance.

Marty and I were constantly in this struggle. I had problems with Marty. He was "I'm... da-dee-da." He was pushing me in different ways. But it wasn't just Marty. The whole time I was in the character so I was mad at everybody. It was Leo, Matt and Jack. Fuck Jack too. We were able to laugh about it afterwards and we have a great relationship now and we're going to do other stuff in the future.

In my movies, I'm not trying to erase any old image of myself, really. And also I'm not trying to imitate anyone or follow in their footsteps, because I know, was just one of the people that told me this, I know how you can only last in this business if you got something special to offer, just by being yourself. Imitators don't last, and I'd like to last.

[on (1997)] It was a showstopper, and it had a good screenplay, a real story. It also helped ' career, and now I can more sympathize with that, now that I've been in the business a fairly long time, so I can see how doing a comeback that's popular and also critically liked is something rare and real special.

[on, jokingly] I'm not telling Beckham to take his family home. I'm just not sure why he came to America in the first place. Man, we don't want your soccer. There's no way Americans are going to buy the idea of 90 minutes of running around without much happening. Thanks for trying guys, but we'll stick to baseball and basketball.

[on being sent to prison for driving under the influence of drugs] I was 16 when I went to prison but he's been busted a couple of times. He should get a driver or go to Amsterdam where pot is legal. But my heart goes out anyone who goes to prison. I pray for him.

I like to talk to people. I've got one assistant, one Blackberry. That's my overhead. I don't text that much or email. I like to sit down face-to-face and have a conversation with you. I'm old-fashioned.

[on narrowly avoiding being on hijacked 9/11 flight United 93] If I was on that plane with my kids, it wouldn't have went down like it did. There would have been a lot of blood in that first-class cabin and then me saying, "Okay, we're going to land somewhere safely, don't worry." We certainly would have tried to do something to fight. I've had probably over 50 dreams about it.

I did a lot of things that I regretted and I certainly paid for my mistakes. You have to go and ask for forgiveness and it wasn't until I really started doing good and doing right, by other people as well as myself, that I really started to feel that guilt go away. So I don't have a problem going to sleep at night.

As far as I'm concerned, there's no job more important on the planet than being a mom.

I don't want to let my guard down and feel too comfortable. If you become complacent, you start feeling entitled. I'm ready to go dig ditches if I have to. Whatever I gotta do to provide for my family. Whatever I gotta do to make sure that I do the best possible job at whatever wonderful opportunities I've been handed.

For actors who sit there and talk about, "Oh, I went to SEAL training." I don't give a fuck what you did. You don't know what these guys did. For somebody go sit there and say my job was as difficult as being in the military? How fucking dare you, while you sit in a makeup chair for two hours?

I pray to be a good servant to God, a father, a husband, a son, a friend, a brother, an uncle, a good neighbor, a good leader to those who look up to me, a good follower to those who are serving God and doing the right thing.

Actually, you English people always get to play Americans but they never let us play Englishmen. So if some great 18th-century English royal role came up, I could go over there for two years. I could become that character. And I tell you what, I'd kill it.

[about his criminal past as a teenager] No, I don't have any problems sleeping at night.

Salary (5)

 (2001) $8,000,000
 (2002) $10,000,000
 (2004) $3,000,000 /year (2007) as Executive Producer
 (2013) $10,000,000
 (2017) $1.5 million (for reshoots)
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