Mark Wahlberg Brings Family to Hollywood Star Unveiling
By PopEater Staff Posted Jul 30th 2010 07:55AM
Mark Wahlberg landed his star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame yesterday, and brought his wife, model Rhea Durham, and four children with him to celebrate. Photos showed Wahlberg looking dapper and proud during the momentous occasion.
"I'm so happy my kids are sitting through this," Wahlberg said, according to the BBC. "When I heard I was getting this star, I felt like it was a practical joke." The 39-year-old actor's children, from left to right, are Ella Rae, Grace Margaret, Brendan Joseph and Michael.
"I'm the youngest of nine, so the more the merrier," the 'Boogie Nights' star said on 'Ellen' in January, speaking of his sizable brood.
Wahlberg made his big-screen debut in 1993. Before that, he was a rapper and went by Marky Mark. His biggest box office successes have been Tim Burton's 2001 'Planet of the Apes' remake and 2000's 'The Perfect Storm' -- both films raked in more than $180 million. He received a Best Supporting Actor Oscar nomination for his turn in Martin Scorsese's 2006 hit 'The Departed,' which took home four trophies, including Best Director and Best Picture.
Wahlberg, who appeared at the MTV Movie Awards in June, stars in 'The Other Guys' with Will Ferrell, out August 6.
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