Donnie Wahlberg. Donnie Wahlberg. Donnie Wahlberg. Donald Edmond "Donnie" Wahlberg wurde am August in Boston, Massachusetts geboren und ist als Schauspieler, aber vor allem als Sänger der Band. Donald Edmond „Donnie“ Wahlberg ist ein US-amerikanischer Sänger, Schauspieler und Produzent. Bekannt wurde er als Mitglied der ehemaligen Teenieband New Kids on the Block, die Ende der er.
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Wahlberg was born in the Dorchester neighborhood of Boston. He is the eighth of nine children, with older siblings, Arthur, Jim, Paul , Robert , Tracey, Michelle, and Debbie, and younger brother, Mark , who began his entertainment career formerly as the leader of the early s rap group Marky Mark and the Funky Bunch.
He also has three half-siblings from his father's first marriage: Donna, Scott, and Buddy. As a recording artist, Wahlberg is known as an original member of the boy band New Kids on the Block.
Wahlberg's first film acting role was in the film Bullet with Mickey Rourke and Tupac Shakur. Also in , he appeared as a kidnapper in Ransom with Mel Gibson.
He went back to his home town for a starring role in the South Boston -based film Southie. Wahlberg received attention for his role in the film The Sixth Sense , playing the patient of Bruce Willis 's character in the opening sequence.
In , Wahlberg co-starred as Second Lieutenant C. Carwood Lipton in the television miniseries Band of Brothers. He also starred in the — NBC drama series Boomtown as Joel Stevens, a Los Angeles police detective.
Graham Yost , executive producer and writer of Boomtown , had worked with him in Band of Brothers and was so impressed by his performance that he wrote the role of Joel Stevens specifically for him.
In , Wahlberg starred alongside Timothy Olyphant , Jason Lee , and his Band of Brothers co-star Damian Lewis as the mentally challenged Duddits in William Goldman and Lawrence Kasdan 's adaptation of the Stephen King alien-invasion thriller, Dreamcatcher.
In , he starred as Detective Eric Matthews in the second installment of the Saw series. He reprised the role in Saw III in and Saw IV in , also appearing in Saw V in via archive footage from the previous films.
In September , he played the lead role in the short-lived television drama Runaway on The CW. The show was cancelled in October due to poor ratings.
Also in , he starred on the TV series The Kill Point. In , Wahlberg appeared in Righteous Kill and co-starred in What Doesn't Kill You.
Wahlberg stars as 1st Grade Detective Danny Reagan on CBS's Blue Bloods , a police drama set in New York City. In , Wahlberg was charged with first-degree arson for setting a fire at the historic Seelbach Hotel in Louisville, Kentucky.
Authorities stated that Wahlberg, then known as the " bad boy " of boy band New Kids on the Block, was partying with fellow band member Danny Wood and fans in the early morning hours when Wahlberg dumped vodka on a hallway carpet and ignited it.
Wahlberg was facing up to twenty years in prison, but the charge was later reduced to misdemeanor criminal mischief , and eventually dismissed after Wahlberg agreed to appear in public-service videos addressing fire safety , drug abuse , and drunk driving.
Wahlberg married Kimberly Fey on August 20, , with whom he has two sons. Fondly called Bobbo, he is a real stand-up guy and the only member of the family to still be residing in Boston where they all grew up.
He works at a local power firm but like his siblings, he has appeared in a number of films, for instance The Departed and The Equalizer Although Mark is the youngest child in the Wahlberg family, he is the most celebrated, most popular and most financially prominent member of the household.
He then became a rapper with his own crew, Marky Mark and the Funky Bunch and releasing hit song Good Vibrations in Scott has been married to Lisa since January 1, Duration of Relationship: August 20, — September 28, 11 years.
She was a recording studio engineer during her early adult years and she met Donnie while she was working with his brother Marky Mark.
They started dating in and only got married after dating for 8 years. Their divorce is officially due to irreconcilable differences but allegedly a result of Donnie infidelity.
Together they are parents to 2 kids. Duration of Relationship: August 31, — till date. She is a person of many talents.
She is known to be an actress, a TV personality and show emcee, a comedienne, an author, a Playboy magazine model and an anti-vaccine advocate because of her autism awareness campaign.
Evan, her son with her ex-husband, is autistic; hence, her passionate cause. She met Donnie on her radio talk show in and they just hit it of immediately, getting engaged after exactly 13 months.
The handsome first son has kept his life private even away from social media, so much that information on his college and dating life are unknown.
In , he grew out his hair, joined a death metal band and became a roadie. His father supported his decision and even offered to finance his band but he refused.
On those long bus rides, and at Trotter School, Wahlberg developed a deep affection for the soul and rap music popular among his Black friends.
Wahlberg's musical idol was Michael Jackson, and he taught himself the moonwalk and saved his allowance to buy a red leather jacket like the one Jackson wore in the iconic "Thriller" music video.
Soon Wahlberg and Danny Wood, a friend also being bused to Roxbury, began spending their afternoons composing rap lyrics instead of their homework.
Wahlberg's parents divorced when he was 12 years old, and he and Mark went to live with their mother while the rest of their siblings either moved in with their father or were already out on their own as young adults.
Donnie and his friend Danny Wood advanced together to Copley High School, where they formed a rap group named the Kool Aid Bunch.
They kept up rapping, Wahlberg says, "not because we thought we'd be rap or dance stars someday, but just because it was really fun and we loved the girls screaming for us at parties.
In , at the age of 15, Donnie's friends persuaded him to audition for well-known music producer Maurice Starr.
After watching hundreds of auditions, Starr was amazed by Wahlberg's combination of singing, dancing and rapping talent, and immediately enlisted him to form the centerpiece of the new group.
Wahlberg quickly recruited brother Mark and Danny Wood, as well as another friend, Jordan Knight, and Knight's older brother, Jonathan. However, unhappy with the band's pop-friendly artistic direction, Mark soon left the group and was replaced by another friend, Jaime Kelly.
Starr didn't like Kelly's style, however, and soon replaced him with his own recruit, Joey McIntyre, to form the group's definitive lineup.
They eventually decided to call themselves New Kids on the Block, a name taken from one of Donnie's rap lyrics. New Kids on the Block signed with Columbia Records and released their self-titled debut album in The group's first single, "Be My Girl," received almost no airplay outside of Boston, and album sales were abysmal.
With their first album a failure, the band returned to the studio with Starr, and two years later released a second album, Hangin' Tough. After a slow start, during which it appeared that the new album would go as unnoticed as its predecessor, the album's lead single, "Please Don't Go Girl," began receiving significant airplay — at first in Boston only, and then nationally.