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DONNIE WAHLBERG (Det. Eric Mathews) is a native of Boston and one of eight children, and became a pop star in his early 20s as part of the multi-platinum group New Kids on the Block. In 1996, Wahlberg began focusing full-time on his acting career, making his debut in a bit part in "Bullet” starring Mickey Rourke, before taking on a larger role as one of the criminal gang in Ron Howard's blockbuster thriller "Ransom” with Mel Gibson. Roles followed in "The Taking of Pelham One, Two Three,” "Southie,” Uli Edel's "Purgatory” (as Billy the Kid) and M. Night Shyamalan's "The Sixth Sense.” On television, he starred in the network series "Big Apple” and "Boomtown” and in the acclaimed HBO miniseries "Band of Brothers.” His recent credits include Lawrence Kasdan's "Dreamcatcher” and last year's "Marilyn Hotchkiss' Ballroom Dancing and Charm School.” He will also star in the upcoming drama "Annapolis” with James Franco.


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