With an impressive background that spans the worlds of music, film and television, Wahlberg has captured the attention of audiences worldwide. He has proven his versatility by transforming himself from a teen pop sensation to a noteworthy dramatic film actor and critically-acclaimed television star. Wahlberg's television credits include co-starring in the miniseries, "Path to 9/11," and "The Kill Point" series, as well as the drama series, "Boomtown," and the award-winning miniseries, "Band of Brothers."
Wahlberg's film career includes a pivotal role in "The Sixth Sense” and a co-starring role with Mel Gibson in "Ransom." He co-starred in the film "Righteous Kill" with Al Pacino and Robert DeNiro, co-wrote "What Doesn't Kill You," in which he also co-starred with Mark Ruffalo and Ethan Hawke, and co-starred opposite Kevin James in the comedy film "The Zookeeper.” Other film credits include the blockbuster hit, "Saw II," "Annapolis," and the independent film "Marilyn Hotchkiss' Ballroom Dancing & Charm School."
At age 14 he became a member of the pop music sensation “New Kids on the Block.” At the height of the group's popularity, Wahlberg decided to go in another direction by focusing on writing and producing for his brother, Mark, before choosing to explore his interest in acting, where he landed a role in "Bullet" with Mickey Rourke and Tupac Shakur.