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BIOGRAPHY Forget David Copperfield. One of the best magicians right now has to be Mark Wahlberg. After all, it must have taken some kind of magic to transform his image from bad-boy rapper to an actor with good critical notices. Mark was born on June 5th, 1971 in Dorchester, Massachusetts. Childhood was tough for this youngest of nine. His parents divorced when he was 11 and he dropped out of school at 14 to concentrate on his career. Unfortunately his career at that time involved stealing and selling drugs. At 16, Wahlberg was convicted of beating two Vietnamese men that he was trying to steal beer from. Many felt the attack had racist intent as he had previously been arrested for racist comments made to schoolchildren. Wahlberg denies these charges of racism. He ended up spending 45 days in jail for the attack and says that experience changed the direction of his life. Upon his release, Mark needed a new road for his new direction. His older brother Donnie had the answer. Donnie Wahlberg was a member of the teeny-bopper band New Kids on the Block and had the connections in the industry. He thought his brother's look, attitude and background could make him a passable rap artist. Marky Mark and the Funky Bunch were born. Their first album, Music for the People, was a platinum seller and featured the hit singles Good Vibrations and Wildside. When Marky Mark started ripping his shirt off and dropping his pants at concerts, David Geffen told friend Calvin Klein that he'd found the model for his next campaign. Wahlberg's image was now everywhere. By 1992, Wahlberg had already published a small autobiography, but you only had to pick up a tabloid to read about his life. That quest for information took a sharp turn in 1993 when the press turned up the facts about his youth and the racist accusations that were made. He wasn't helped much when he appeared on a British talk show with fellow guest Shabba Ranks. Ranks said that homosexuals should be crucified and many felt that Wahlberg's behavior on the show condoned that statement. The backlash started. His second album You Gotta Believe, was already having bad sales; the demonstrations by gay and Asian anti-defamation groups helped bring unwanted attention on his past. To top it off, he also had to face charges of an unprovoked attack on a security guard. Wahlberg was in serious need of help if he was to put his past behind him. As part of the process he made several public service ads against bias crime. 1994 arrived and Wahlberg continued to work on his image. He appeared in Penny Marshall's comedy Renaissance Man. He followed that with a role as Leonardo DiCaprio's best friend in The Basketball Diaries. He scared audiences with his performance as a psychotic, obsessive boyfriend in Fear and then appeared opposite Bill Paxton in Traveller. Now that he had some work under his belt and had shown himself to be a hard-working actor, a director wanted him to play a character known for what was below his belt. Wahlberg joined the cast of Paul Thomas Anderson's Boogie Nights, a look at the Seventies porn scene. Wahlberg gained critical notice for his performance and his strap-on 13-inch prosthetic penis. He immediately followed that with performances in the rental-quality flicks The Big Hit and The Corruptor. In 1999 and 2000, Wahlberg made a couple of film choices that put him back in the well-received film category. He appeared with George Clooney and Ice Cube in Three Kings and appeared with Clooney again in The Perfect Storm. INTERVIEW Tony Pastoliano talks to Mark Wahlberg as "Planet of the Apes" hits video stores with a very special 2 disc-edition that includes 13-hours of primate packed extras! TONY PASTOLIANO : You must have been pretty excited when you found out you were going to be in Tim Burton's re-imaginative take on Planet of the Apes. What was going through your mind when you found you got the part? MARK WAHLBERG: I was a happy camper. I met Tim Burton a few days before I got the call and I told him that I was willing to do just about anything to get the role. Let's put it this way, I did almost everything but beg. Burton is just one of those guys you want to work with no matter what. There was no script, nothing. I knew exactly what I was going to be in for and I couldn't wait. It really was a chance of a lifetime. TP: I know that this film is not the same as the original, but you were taking on a role that Charlton Heston made famous. Were you intimidated at all? MW: I wasn't. I really never thought about it. Tim thought that I was the right guy so that was enough for me. That was all I really needed was his faith and belief that I could do a good job. TP: You actually got to meet Charlton Heston who has a small role in this film. What was it like for you to meet him and talk to him about the film? MW: Oh it was great. You know I had made a comment about Heston actually being forced into it by George Clooney, the troublemaker, and then Heston was asked about it in an interview and then responded, so I thought it may have been a little weird meeting him. But when I saw him he really was very nice. It was an honour to meet him. TP: What was it like working on this set? Here you are working with fellow actors that are completely done up in ape make-up and did you feel at all guilty that you didn't have to put any on? MW: I acted like I felt guilty, that's for sure, but I didn't feel guilty. I didn't envy them at all, until I actually saw the movie. Then I realized, because I'm not in make-up, and I play a role that I felt was a tricky part to play, I had to be very careful and was very limited in the things that I could do. They had so much room to play with in this makeup. But I wasn't envious during the process. They were there at two in the morning and I'd roll in at 7:30am and be ready by a quarter to eight eating breakfast. No, they had it tough. I didn't give them a hard time or anything because throughout the whole movie these guys are kicking the crap out of me, so they didn't need my sympathy. TP: Yes, it was a very physical film. You did get kicked around a lot. I was surprised that you weren't bruised and busted up. MW: Well I got banged around a lot but nothing too serious. Tim Burton was actually injured the worst. He broke a rib trying to demonstrate a stunt for me. This guy's a trooper. Man he just kept on going. TP: Did you find that Planet of the Apes was one of the most challenging things you've ever had to work on? MW: Yes, but for different reasons. It wasn't challenging in a way that Boogie Nights was but physically it was very demanding. Acting wise I definitely had a different approach, but I felt really comfortable and confident because I was sitting there with Tim. There were times when I would have to look around and see him and just get that reassurance, but for the most part I was pretty confident. TP: What makes Tim Burton such a unique director? Why does everyone want to work with him? MW: The guy is a genius but the fascinating thing about Tim for me is Tim Burton the person. I just fell in love with the guy. He is the sweetest guy that I have ever met, the funniest guy that I have ever met and he is just a good person. I've seen a lot of artists and they're not always the nicest guys in the world. A lot of them are caught up in their own thing. Tim is considerate and there is nothing that I dislike about the guy. Hey, I don't know if he likes me at all, and I don't care. He's a fascinating guy. He's one of those few people that you meet in your life who have a profound affect on you.

MARK WAHLBERG BIO Birth Name(s) : Mark Robert Michael Wahlberg Date of Birth: June 5, 1971 Sex: Male Status: Dating Profession: Actor/Musician/Model Partner: Rhea Durham


� The Italian Job (2003)

� Lou Diamond Phillips 3-Pack (2003)

� Rumble in the Bronx/ The Corruptor (2003)

� Solaris/Planet of the Apes 2-Pack (2003)

� Three Kings/ U.S. Marshals DVD 2-Pack (2003)

� Twister/ Perfect Storm, The DVD 2 Pack (2003)

� The Truth About Charlie (2002)

� The Yards/Nightwatch (2002)

� Planet of the Apes (2001)

� Rock Star (2001)

� The Perfect Storm (2000)

� The Yards (2000)

� The Corruptor (1999)

� Three Kings (1999)

� The Big Hit (1998)

� Boogie Nights (1997)

� The Cop Land/Yards (1997)

� Traveller (1997)

� The Travellers (1997)

� Fear (1996)

� The Basketball Diaries (1995)

� Renaissance Man (1994)

� The Substitute (1993)