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DONNIE WAHLBERG (Lt. Cmdr. Burton) is a native of Boston and became a pop star in his teens as part of the multiplatinum group New Kids on the Block. In 1996, Wahlberg began focusing full-time on his acting career, debuting in a small role in "Bullet,” with Mickey Rourke and Tupac Shakur. This led to the co-starring role as one of the kidnapping gang in Ron Howard's thriller "Ransom,” with Mel Gibson. Other credits include the independent "Southie” and his dramatic turn in M. Night Shyamalan's "The Sixth Sense.” On television, he starred in the network series "Boomtown” and in the acclaimed HBO miniseries "Band of Brothers.” Most recently, Wahlberg starred in the blockbuster hit "Saw II” and will next be seen in the 2006 releases of the indie "Marilyn Hotchkiss' Ballroom Dancing and Charm School” and "Silence” for Universal.

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