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Wahlberg, Donald Edmond
Donnie D Cheese Ddub
17 August 1969, Boston, Massachusetts, USA
5' 10"
He was born Donald Edmond Wahlberg, Jr. on August 17, 1969 in Dorchester Massachusetts, into a Swedish/Irish-Catholic family, the eighth of nine children of Donald Sr. and Alma Wahlberg. His parents eventually divorced and Donnie, finding himself already in trouble, found a positive outlet performing in school plays and became involved in varied aspects of theater -- acting, writing, and directing. At the age of 15, he became a member of the teen vocal group originally called "NYNUK." Donnie's younger brother, 'Mark Wahlberg (I)' (qv), was originally one of the Boys but balked at the direction the group was taking and backed out. Following a false start with their debut album "New Kids on the Block," the teens persevered with a sophomore record and proceeded to hit #1 with the single "Please Don't Go Girl" in 1988. They continued to bombard the market with one-after-another "Top Ten" hits including "The Right Stuff" and "I'll Be Loving You Forever." Leaving the young girls panting for more, they became one of the hottest young singing/line-dancing groups to hit the late 80s/early 90s. The Boys went on to sell over 70 million albums worldwide, and provoke the spawning of other five-member harmony groups such as Backstreet Boys and

-  NSYNC. During its heyday, Donnie played up his resident "bad boy" persona by tallying up several run-ins with the law, including an alleged arson at a Kentucky hotel (charges were dropped). He also delved into "body art" with numerous tattoos and body piercings in an effort to buck their already-cloying image. Amid intergroup dissension and Milli Vanilli-like charges of not contributing all the vocals to their albums, the pop band finally disbanded in 1994 -- partly out of frustration but also having outgrown the group's juvenile moniker. Unsure of his direction while attracting more trouble in the tabloids, Donnie, who helped write, arrange and produce brother Mark's Funky Bunch group's first two albums a few years earlier, switched gears. He rapped some and modeled some, then transformed himself into an actor, a route taken earlier by his talented bro. While Mark has turned out to become the bigger film star over the years, Donnie has stepped out of his shadows to receive raves and renewed respect for his own tense and compelling character work. He first showed up in big screen action. Making his debut as a "tough guy" thug in the 'Mickey Rourke' (qv) urban outing _Bullet (1996)_ (qv), the filmed was made in 1994 but not released until two years later. Usually cast as an amoral heavy, Donnie moved up the quality ladder with director 'Ron Howard (I)' (qv)'s thriller _Ransom (1996)_ (qv) as part of a gang of kidnappers who nab 'Mel Gibson (I)' (qv)'s son, to their eventual regret, of course. His next repellent took the form of a drug dealer in the goth indie horror _Black Circle Boys (1997)_ (qv), but the film came and went. After a couple of TV movies, he finally nabbed a starring role in the film _Southie (1998)_ (qv) playing more or less himself as an Irish-American prodigal son who returns to the mean streets of his native Boston. The movie also featured another brother 'Robert Wahlberg (I)' (qv) who also was testing the acting waters. Ironically, one of Donnie's most powerful roles during this period was also one of his briefest. Seen in the opening sequence, he is nearly unrecognizable (having dropped an alarming amount of weight) portraying a deranged former patient of psychiatrist 'Bruce Willis' (qv) whose sudden explosion into unfathomable violence sets up the clever twists and turns that turned 'M. Night Shyamalan' (qv)'s classic psychological thriller _The Sixth Sense (1999)_ (qv) into a critically-acclaimed box office hit. Donnie's opening bit was mouth dropping and jarring in its horror. He also proved he wasn't a flash in the pan by backing up this perf with a major role as a WWII paratrooper in the critically-hailed ten-part epic _"Band of Brothers" (2001)_ (qv), which won multiple Emmy awards (6). This TV role directly led to his casting as a gritty L.A. detective in the NBC dramatic series _"Boomtown" (2002)_ (qv), an acclaimed series that didn't survive a second season. Since then Donnie has patented his unrefined intensity into a number of other films such as _Triggermen (2002)_ (qv) and _Saw II (2005)_ (qv). He currently lives in Los Angeles with his wife, Kim Fey, and sons Xavier and Elijah. As a former teen heartthrob seemingly headed down a troubled and dangerous path after his initial success, he somehow managed to avoid the traditional pitfalls of drugs and self-destruction, and has since proven himself an actor with "the right stuff."
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-   'Kimberly "Kim" Fey' (20 August 1999 - 18 August 2008) (divorced); 2 children


-   Has two children with ex-wife, Kim, Xavier Alexander Wahlberg (born March 4, 1993) and Elijah Hendrix Wahlberg (born August 20, 2001).

-   His siblings are: 'Arthur Wahlberg' (qv), James, Debbie, Paul, Michelle, Tracey, 'Robert Wahlberg (I)' (qv) and 'Mark Wahlberg (I)' (qv). Donnie is also named after his father, making him a Jr.

-   Brother of 'Mark Wahlberg (I)' (qv), 'Robert Wahlberg (I)' (qv) and 'Arthur Wahlberg' (qv).

-   (27 March 1991) Was arrested on charges of first-degree arson for setting fire in a hallway with a bottle of alcohol at The Seelbach Hotel in Louisville, Kentucky (Which is also featured in the movie _The Insider (1999)_ (qv) with 'Al Pacino' (qv)). On April 10, 1991 he agreed to a reduced charge of second-degree criminal mischief and made public service ads about fire safety, drugs and drunk driving in return for an eventual dismissal of the charge.

-   Lost 43 pounds for the role of Vincent Grey in _The Sixth Sense (1999)_ (qv).

-   He sang the song "The Right Combination" with 'Seiko Matsuda'

-   Grew up with former 'New Kids on the Block' (qv) members, 'Jonathan Knight (I)' (qv), 'Jordan Knight' (qv), Joey Mcintyre and 'Danny Wood (I)' (qv).

-   Was always seen as the free-spirited, more earthy urban member of 'New Kids on the Block' (qv).

-   Originally called "Nynuk", the boy group eventually settled on the name New Kids On The Block after a rap song that Donnie had written for their debut album, which flopped upon initial release. However, the album would eventually sell over four million in response to the group's later popularity.

-   Donnie produced, arranged, mixed and co-wrote "Music for the People" and "You Gotta Believe" the 1991 and 1992 hit albums from brother Mark's group Marky Mark and the Funky Bunch - which included a #1 hit with "Good Vibrations" and a multi-platinum album for the former. He also worked on the successful 1999 solo releases for NKOTB's 'Joey McIntyre' (qv) and 'Jordan Knight' (qv).

-   In 1999, during the teen pop revival, MTV tried to reunite the group and get them to perform on that years VMA's. All members were on board, except Jonathan - and so the performance didn't happen. In 2003, another attempt to coerce each of the boys to reunite was made for a one-night performance for the show "VH1's Bands Reunited." Jonathan this time agreed, as did Jordan - but Donnie, Joe and Danny all declined.

-   Wahlberg is current developing a TV project that would tell the teen band's story from his own point of view.

-   His first movie _Bullet (1996)_ (qv) with 'Mickey Rourke' (qv) and late rap artist 'Tupac Shakur' (qv) was deemed too bad to release, but was eventually given life after the surging rise of interest following Tupac's shooting death in September of 1996.

-   Is of Swedish, Irish, German and French Canadian descent. In 2008, discovered to be a distant relative (through Madonna) to Celine Dion.

-   'New Kids on the Block' (qv) reunited in 2008.

-   Is a big fan of the Boston Celtics and a very good friend of Celtics forward 'Paul Pierce (III)' (qv).

-   Brother-in-law of 'Rhea Durham' (qv).

-   Son of Alma Conroy and 'Donald E. Wahlberg Sr.' (qv).

-   He has two sons with Kimberly Fey, Xavier Alexander (b 1993) and Elijah Hendrix (b 2001).

-   Sister Debbie died in 2003 at the age of 44.


-   Former member of New Kids on the Block.

-   TV commercial for Coca-Cola (1990)

-   TV Commercial for McDonalds (1990)

-   Produced and performed the music for the workout video of his brother, Mark Wahlberg. (The Marky Mark Workout - 1993)

-   TV commercial for Reebok with 'Bobby Orr (I)' (qv), 'Thomas Menino' (qv) and 'Doug Flutie' (qv)

-   Music video for Marky Mark and the Funky Bunch: "You Gotta Believe"


-   "Parade" (USA), 23 March 2003, pg. 22, by: James Brady, "In Step With: Donnie Wahlberg"


-   "Stuff" (USA), October 2003, Iss. 47, pg. 141, by: Roger Erikson, "Hot Winter Coats"


-   "PDTV" (USA), 10 September 2006

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Acting in movies by Wahlberg, Donni

  1. Runner (2013)
  2. "Big Morning Buzz Live" (2011) {New Kids on the Block/Boyz II Men/98 Degrees (#7.3)}
  3. "Blue Bloods" (2010) {Fathers and Sons (#3.10)}
  4. "Blue Bloods" (2010) {Framed (#3.12)}
  5. "Blue Bloods" (2010) {Front Page News (#3.11)}
  6. "Blue Bloods" (2010) {Inside Jobs (#3.13)}
  7. "Blue Bloods" (2010) {Collateral Damage (#2.21)}
  8. "Blue Bloods" (2010) {Domestic Disturbance (#3.2)}
  9. "Blue Bloods" (2010) {Family Business (#3.1)}
  10. "Blue Bloods" (2010) {Greener Grass (#3.6)}
  11. "Blue Bloods" (2010) {Higher Education (#3.8)}
  12. "Blue Bloods" (2010) {Leap of Faith (#2.13)}
  13. "Blue Bloods" (2010) {Mother's Day (#2.22)}
  14. "Blue Bloods" (2010) {Nightmares (#3.7)}
  15. "Blue Bloods" (2010) {No Questions Asked (#2.18)}
  16. "Blue Bloods" (2010) {Old Wounds (#3.3)}
  17. "Blue Bloods" (2010) {Parenthood (#2.14)}
  18. "Blue Bloods" (2010) {Reagan V. Reagan (#2.17)}
  19. "Blue Bloods" (2010) {Risk and Reward (#3.5)}
  20. "Blue Bloods" (2010) {Scorched Earth (#3.4)}
  21. "Blue Bloods" (2010) {Secrets and Lies (#3.9)}
  22. "Blue Bloods" (2010) {Some Kind of Hero (#2.19)}
  23. "Blue Bloods" (2010) {The Job (#2.12)}
  24. "Blue Bloods" (2010) {The Life We Chose (#2.15)}
  25. "Blue Bloods" (2010) {The Uniform (#2.11)}
  26. "Blue Bloods" (2010) {Whistle Blower (#2.10)}
  27. "Blue Bloods" (2010) {Women with Guns (#2.16)}
  28. "Blue Bloods" (2010) {Working Girls (#2.20)}
  29. "CBS This Morning" (2012) {(#1.193)}
  30. "Late Night with Jimmy Fallon" (2009) {(#1.581)}
  31. "Live with Regis and Kathie Lee" (1988) {(2012-03-02)}
  32. "Rachael Ray" (2006) {Potluck Party on Casual Friday!}
  33. "The Talk" (2010) {(2012-11-12)}
  34. "Watch What Happens: Live" (2009) {Jenny McCarthy & Donnie Wahlberg (#8.18)}
  35. Creating Characters (2011) (V)
  36. Empire State of Mind (2011) (V)
  37. The 53rd Annual Grammy Awards (2011) (TV)
  38. Zookeeper (2011)
  39. "Anderson" (2011) {Mark Wahlberg Returns to His Hometown (#1.35)}
  40. "Blue Bloods" (2010) {A Night on the Town (#2.5)}
  41. "Blue Bloods" (2010) {Age of Innocence (#1.16)}
  42. "Blue Bloods" (2010) {All That Glitters (#1.20)}
  43. "Blue Bloods" (2010) {Black and Blue (#2.6)}
  44. "Blue Bloods" (2010) {Cellar Boy (#1.21)}
  45. "Blue Bloods" (2010) {Critical Condition (#2.3)}
  46. "Blue Bloods" (2010) {Dedication (#1.15)}
  47. "Blue Bloods" (2010) {Family Ties (#1.12)}
  48. "Blue Bloods" (2010) {Friendly Fire (#2.2)}
  49. "Blue Bloods" (2010) {Hall of Mirrors (#1.13)}
  50. "Blue Bloods" (2010) {Innocence (#2.4)}
  51. "Blue Bloods" (2010) {Little Fish (#1.11)}
  52. "Blue Bloods" (2010) {Lonely Hearts Club (#2.7)}
  53. "Blue Bloods" (2010) {Mercy (#2.1)}
  54. "Blue Bloods" (2010) {Model Behavior (#1.19)}
  55. "Blue Bloods" (2010) {Moonlighting (#2.9)}
  56. "Blue Bloods" (2010) {My Funny Valentine (#1.14)}
  57. "Blue Bloods" (2010) {Silver Star (#1.17)}
  58. "Blue Bloods" (2010) {Thanksgiving (#2.8)}
  59. "Blue Bloods" (2010) {The Blue Templar (#1.22)}
  60. "Blue Bloods" (2010) {To Tell the Truth (#1.18)}
  61. "Lopez Tonight" (2009) {(2011-07-18)}
  62. "Rachael Ray" (2006) {(2011-09-22)}
  63. "Rachael Ray" (2006) {(2011-11-29)}
  64. "The Marilyn Denis Show" (2011) {(#1.111)}
  65. New Kids on the Block: Coming Home (2010)
  66. "Blue Bloods" (2010) {After Hours (#1.10)}
  67. "Blue Bloods" (2010) {Brothers (#1.7)}
  68. "Blue Bloods" (2010) {Chinatown (#1.8)}
  69. "Blue Bloods" (2010) {Officer Down (#1.4)}
  70. "Blue Bloods" (2010) {Pilot (#1.1)}
  71. "Blue Bloods" (2010) {Privilege (#1.3)}
  72. "Blue Bloods" (2010) {Re-Do (#1.9)}
  73. "Blue Bloods" (2010) {Samaritan (#1.2)}
  74. "Blue Bloods" (2010) {Smack Attack (#1.6)}
  75. "Blue Bloods" (2010) {What You See (#1.5)}
  76. "Entertainment Tonight" (1981) {(2010-06-21)}
  77. "Entertainment Tonight" (1981) {(2010-09-09)}
  78. "Entertainment Tonight" (1981) {(2010-09-17)}
  79. "In Plain Sight" (2008) {Father Goes West (#3.1)}
  80. "Late Night with Jimmy Fallon" (2009) {(#1.334)}
  81. "Rachael Ray" (2006) {The Vampire Diaries' Paul Wesley & Donnie Wahlberg}
  82. "Rizzoli & Isles" (2010) {Boston Strangler Redux (#1.2)}
  83. "Rizzoli & Isles" (2010) {Sympathy for the Devil (#1.3)}
  84. Bunker Hill (2009) (TV)
  85. Righteous Kill - The Investigation: An In-Depth Look at 'Righteous Kill' (2009) (V)
  86. "Xposé" (2007) {(#3.91)}
  87. 2008 American Music Awards (2008) (TV)
  88. New Kids on the Block: A Behind the Music Special (2008) (TV)
  89. Righteous Kill (2008)
  90. Saw V (2008)
  91. Turok (2008) (VG)
  92. What Doesn't Kill You (2008)
  93. "Happy Hour" (2007) {(#3.1)}
  94. "Rachael Ray" (2006) {(#3.12)}
  95. "Runaway" (2006) {Father Figure (#1.4)}
  96. "Runaway" (2006) {Homecoming (#1.3)}
  97. "The View" (1997) {(2008-09-02)}
  98. "Zibb" (2003) {(2008-07-11)}
  99. Dead Silence (2007)
  100. Kings of South Beach (2007) (TV)
  101. Saw IV (2007)
  102. "HypaSpace" (2002) {(#6.54)}
  103. "The Kill Point" (2007) {No Meringue (#1.3)}
  104. "The Kill Point" (2007) {Pro Patria (#1.4)}
  105. "The Kill Point" (2007) {Rabbit at Unrest (#1.7)}
  106. "The Kill Point" (2007) {The Devil's Zoo (#1.8)}
  107. "The Kill Point" (2007) {The Great Ape Escape (#1.6)}
  108. "The Kill Point" (2007) {Visiting Hours (#1.5)}
  109. "The Kill Point" (2007) {Who's Afraid of Mr. Wolf, Part 1 (#1.0)}
  110. "The Montel Williams Show" (1991) {Montel's Vegas Adventure Ep. 2}
  111. "The Morning Show with Mike & Juliet" (2007) {(#1.36)}
  112. Annapolis (2006)
  113. Saw III (2006)
  114. The Path to 9/11 (2006) (TV)
  115. "Runaway" (2006) {End Game (#1.8)}
  116. "Runaway" (2006) {Identity Crisis (#1.1)}
  117. "Runaway" (2006) {Mr. Rader Goes to Washington (#1.2)}
  118. "Runaway" (2006) {Pilot (#1.0)}
  119. "Runaway" (2006) {There's No Place Like Home (#1.7)}
  120. "Runaway" (2006) {They Say It's Your Birthday (#1.9)}
  121. "Runaway" (2006) {True Lies (#1.5)}
  122. "Runaway" (2006) {Turn, Turn, Turn (#1.6)}
  123. "Video on Trial" (2005) {'80s Superstars (#2.13)}
  124. Magnificent Desolation: Walking on the Moon 3D (2005)
  125. Marilyn Hotchkiss' Ballroom Dancing & Charm School (2005)
  126. N.Y.-70 (2005) (TV)
  127. Saw II (2005)
  128. WWE WrestleMania: The Complete Anthology, Vol. 2 (2005)
  129. "Jimmy Kimmel Live!" (2003) {(#4.130)}
  130. "Last Call with Carson Daly" (2002) {(2005-12-05)}
  131. "Total Request Live" (1998) {(2005-11-21)}
  132. "Retrosexual: The 80's" (2004)
  133. 9th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards (2003) (TV)
  134. Dreamcatcher (2003)
  135. "Boomtown" (2002) {Blackout (#1.17)}
  136. "Boomtown" (2002) {Execution (#1.14)}
  137. "Boomtown" (2002) {Fearless (#1.16)}
  138. "Boomtown" (2002) {Haystack (#2.4)}
  139. "Boomtown" (2002) {Home Invasion (#1.13)}
  140. "Boomtown" (2002) {Inadmissible (#2.2)}
  141. "Boomtown" (2002) {Lost Child (#1.18)}
  142. "Boomtown" (2002) {Monster's Brawl (#1.11)}
  143. "Boomtown" (2002) {Sinaloa Cowboys (#1.12)}
  144. "Boomtown" (2002) {Storm Watch (#1.15)}
  145. "Boomtown" (2002) {The Big Picture (#2.6)}
  146. "Boomtown" (2002) {The Hole-in-the-Wall Gang (#2.5)}
  147. "Boomtown" (2002) {The Love of Money (#2.1)}
  148. "Boomtown" (2002) {Wannabe (#2.3)}
  149. "Ellen: The Ellen DeGeneres Show" (2003) {(2003-09-24)}
  150. "HBO First Look" (1992) {'Dreamcatcher': Unraveling the Nightmare (#10.5)}
  151. "The Late Late Show with Craig Kilborn" (1999) {(2003-01-10)}
  152. "The Late Late Show with Craig Kilborn" (1999) {(2003-04-26)}
  153. 'The Sixth Sense': Reflections from the Set (2002) (V)
  154. Bubblegum Babylon (2002) (TV)
  155. Triggermen (2002)
  156. "Boomtown" (2002) {All Hallow's Eve (#1.5)}
  157. "Boomtown" (2002) {Coyote (#1.10)}
  158. "Boomtown" (2002) {Crash (#1.8)}
  159. "Boomtown" (2002) {Insured by Smith & Wesson (#1.7)}
  160. "Boomtown" (2002) {Pilot (#1.1)}
  161. "Boomtown" (2002) {Possession (#1.2)}
  162. "Boomtown" (2002) {Reelin' in the Years (#1.4)}
  163. "Boomtown" (2002) {The David McNorris Show (#1.9)}
  164. "Boomtown" (2002) {The Freak (#1.6)}
  165. "Boomtown" (2002) {The Squeeze (#1.3)}
  166. "The Tonight Show with Jay Leno" (1992) {(#10.156)}
  167. The Making of 'Band of Brothers' (2001) (TV)
  168. "Band of Brothers" (2001) {Bastogne (#1.6)}
  169. "Band of Brothers" (2001) {Carentan (#1.3)}
  170. "Band of Brothers" (2001) {Crossroads (#1.5)}
  171. "Band of Brothers" (2001) {Currahee (#1.1)}
  172. "Band of Brothers" (2001) {Day of Days (#1.2)}
  173. "Band of Brothers" (2001) {Points (#1.10)}
  174. "Band of Brothers" (2001) {Replacements (#1.4)}
  175. "Band of Brothers" (2001) {The Breaking Point (#1.7)}
  176. "Band of Brothers" (2001) {The Last Patrol (#1.8)}
  177. "Band of Brothers" (2001) {Why We Fight (#1.9)}
  178. "Big Apple" (2001) {(#1.7)}
  179. "Big Apple" (2001) {(#1.8)}
  180. "Big Apple" (2001) {A Ministering Angel (#1.5)}
  181. "Big Apple" (2001) {A Passport to the Universe (#1.4)}
  182. "Big Apple" (2001) {Best Laid Plans (#1.2)}
  183. "Big Apple" (2001) {Follow the Blender (#1.6)}
  184. "Big Apple" (2001) {Pilot (#1.1)}
  185. "E! True Hollywood Story" (1996) {New Kids on the Block}
  186. "UC: Undercover" (2001) {City on Fire (#1.7)}
  187. Bullfighter (2000)
  188. Diamond Men (2000)
  189. "The Practice" (1997) {Settling (#4.16)}
  190. Purgatory (1999) (TV)
  191. The Sixth Sense (1999)
  192. Body Count (1998)
  193. Butter (1998)
  194. Southie (1998)
  195. The Taking of Pelham One Two Three (1998) (TV)
  196. Black Circle Boys (1997)
  197. Bullet (1996)
  198. Ransom (1996)
  199. WrestleMania X (1994) (TV)
  200. "The Tonight Show with Jay Leno" (1992) {(#2.26)}
  201. New Kids on the Block at Disney-MGM Studios: Wildest Dreams (1991) (TV)
  202. Teen Vid I (1991) (V)
  203. The 18th Annual American Music Awards (1991) (TV)
  204. "Rockstop!" (1987) {(1991-06-02)}
  205. "Top of the Pops" (1964) {(1991-05-16)}
  206. "New Kids on the Block" (1990)
  207. 1990 Billboard Music Awards (1990) (TV)
  208. New Kids on the Block: No More Games Live! (1990) (TV)
  209. New Kids on the Block: Step by Step (1990) (V)
  210. The 17th Annual American Music Awards (1990) (TV)
  211. "Geraldo" (1987) {(1990-09-11)}
  212. "Good Morning America" (1975) {(1990-07-05)}
  213. Hangin' Tough Live (1989)
  214. Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade (1989) (TV)

Produced by Wahlberg, Donnie

  1. Bunker Hill (2009) (TV) (executive producer)