Donnie Wahlberg'S

Personal Life

Donnie Wahlberg was born on 17th August 1969. He was born into a family of Swedish, Irish, English, French-Canadian and Scottish ancestry. He was born in Dorchester Massachussetts. He was born to Alma Elaine and Donald Edward Wahlberg, but they got divorced. He took part in school's theatrical plays, writing and directing. There was a phase when New Kids on the Block, Donnie's teen band was the most popular musical act in America.

Donnie is the eighth kid of the nine kids. He was married to Kim Fey, now divorced. He is currently married to Jenny McCarthy, aged 43, who is a host of a talk show. Donnie proposed Jenny with a 10 carat yellow sapphire engagement ring. They got married in 2014. Donnie Loves Jenny was a reality show in 2015. He has two sons, namely Xavier and Elijah with Kim Fey. He is a big fan of the Boston Celtics, an American basketball team. He shares his musical idol was Michael Jackson, he used to imitate his moonwalk.

The fresh talk in the media is that the couple is planning to have no more kids. Donnie and Jenny are blessed with a son named Evan and two kids from Donnie's previous marriage, three kids are enough to be taken care of.

Career

Donnie wahlberg is the producer and actor of Wahlburger that shows on A&E TV. Donnie's first big screen performance was a debut performance as a tough guy in the film Bullet, a crime genre (1996). He came forth in Ton Howard's thriller Ransome (1996). He was a part of the indie horror Black Circle Boys (1997). He came forth in the film Southie (1998). He was a part of Band of Brothers (2001), which won 6 Emmy awards. He was a part of a TV role dramatic crime series called Boomtown (2002).

He is featured in the drama series Blue Bloods. His music genres include - pop, hip hop and blue-eyed soul. He is a writer for the crime drama series What Doesn't Kill You. Donnie's film credits - Triggerman (2002), Saw II (2005). He was nominated by the Primetime Emmy in 2005 as an Outstanding Unstructured Reality Program Wahlburgers.

He lost 43 pounds for the role in a classic psychological thriller, The Sixth Sense (1999). He sang The Right Combination song with Seiko Matsuda. He produced, arranged, mixed and co-wrote music for The People (1991) and You Gotta Believe (1992), two hit albums. He has a role in Righteos Kill. He voiced a shepherd in a video game titled Turok in 2008. He owns a restaurant in Boston named Wahlburgers with brothers Paul and Mark. Donnie tipped $500 at waffle house in Maryland. He loves the staff working there. The American actor, singer, director, songwriter and record and film producer, has a good Net worth of around $20 million.

Donnie's Timeline

@donniewahlberg on twitter with 1,462, 063 followers

@donniewahlberg on instagram flooded with pictures from his life.

890,170 likes and 874,626 followers on facebook

Wahlburgers on LinkedIn with 1723 followers