Mark, Donnie and Robert Wahlberg are professional entertainers. Donnie Wahlberg began his career as a singer in the boy band, New Kids on the Block. He made his acting debut in the film, "Bullet." However, he is best known for playing Danny Reagan in the popular CBS show, "Blue Bloods."
Mark Wahlberg's major film roles include Sean Dignam in "The Departed," Micky Ward in "The Fighter" and Marcus Luttrell in "Lone Survivor." Both "The Fighter" and "Lone Survivor" are about real events, while "The Departed" was inspired by real events.
Mark Wahlberg is a Caucasian male born in 1971. He has brown hair and hazel eyes. He stands at 5 feet 8 inches, has an athletic and muscular build, and typically weighs around 172 pounds.
The book “Marky Mark” by Mark Wahlberg and Lynn Goldsmith includes interviews with Wahlberg, his brother Donnie Wahlberg and other members of his family. The biography, which was first published in 1992, is out of print as of 2015. Used copies of the book are still available.
Paul Wahlberg was born in Dorchester, Massachusetts. He was the fifth of nine children born to Donald Wahlberg and Alma McPeck. Paul is an accomplished chef who stars in the A&E television series "Wahlburgers" and has appeared on Rachel Ray's cooking television show. He is also the owner and chef of
Alma McPeck Wahlberg Conroy is primarily famous for appearing on the A&E reality show "Wahlburgers." The show follows the lives of actors Mark and Donnie Wahlberg and their interactions with the rest of their family, including Alma.
Lina Medina, from Lima, Peru, is the world's youngest mother, according to an article from "The Telegraph." Medina gave birth by Caesarean section when she was 5 years, 7 months and 21 days old in May 1939. The identity of the biological father has never been confirmed.
Theodore Roosevelt was the youngest president of the United States at age 42. Roosevelt was serving as vice president when President William McKinley was assassinated, and Roosevelt assumed the office. As the 26th president, he was known for his youthful vigor.
As of 2015, the newest country in the world is South Sudan. This country officially declared its independence from Sudan on July 9, 2011, after a decades-long civil war.
According to a report on Parent Dish in 2013, the youngest father on record was allegedly an 11-year-old native of Auckland, New Zealand. He became a father after conceiving a child with the 36-year-old mother of a school friend.