Welcome to Mark Wahlberg Web, dedicated to the actor, producer, musician, and entrepreneur Mark Wahlberg! You may recognize Mark from his various projects, such as “Boogie Nights,” “The Italian Job,” “The Departed,” “Ted,” and “Broken City.” Along with his many film credits, Mark has built a name for himself as a business mogul and an involved activist, building up his family business “Wahlburgers,” his nutrition line “Marked Nutrition,” and his charity “Mark Wahlberg Youth Foundation.” We strive to bring you the latest and most up-to-date news on Mark, as well as in depth information on him and his ever growing career. We also provide various media outlets for you to visit, including our photo gallery with 30,000+ photos, a video archive, press archive, and more! I hope you enjoy and come back soon! Don’t forget to follow us on Twitter!

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Along with his many film and producing credits, Mark is a well known activist and supporter of many charities and causes. Two of his biggest charities he supports are “The Mark Wahlberg Foundation,” which he created, and “The Good Shepherd Center for Homeless Women and Children.” You can read brief information about both charities below, as well as a list of the many other charities and causes Mark supports.

“Together We Can Make A Difference”

It is the mission of the Mark Wahlberg Youth Foundation to improve the quality of life for inner city youth through a working partnership with other youth organizations. Our goal is to remove and eliminate barriers that prevent youth from succeeding. Our mission is to assist youth in order to ensure that no child is limited or prevented from attaining their lifetime goal or dream due to financial circumstances.

Through the Mark Wahlberg Youth Foundation, we will provide financial and community support to assist in making the dreams and ultimate potential of inner city youth become a reality.


“ I work as hard as anybody will ever work and I like that. That’s why I’ve been successful and that is when I feel good about myself. If I do my damnedest and don’t succeed, I feel good about the effort. ”