We’re lucky to live in an era when there are not one but two different Mark Wa(h)lbergs dominating the entertainment industry. But with this tremendous gift there also comes a burden: confusion. It can be hard, at times, to distinguish one Mark Wahlberg from another Mark Walberg. In an attempt to simplify things and better allow us all to just enjoy this Wa(h)lberg-rich existence we’ve put together this handy guide.
This Mark Walberg knows how to pretend he’s comfortable with a carousel horse.
This Mark Wahlberg knows how to pretend he’s comfortable break dancing.
This Mark Walberg loves to let you guess how much something is worth.
This Mark Wahlberg loves to let you guess how much he can bench.
This Mark Walberg knows what makes a good wagon.
This Mark Wahlberg knows what makes a good vibration.
This Mark Wahlberg is great at pretending he’s good with guns.
This Mark Walberg is great at pretending he’s good at game shows.
And, for good measure, this Donnie Wahlberg is great at wearing bandanas.
We hope you feel like you now better know your Wa(h)lbergs and can freely enjoy all the goodness Mark and Mark (and Marky Mark) bring to your life.
Levi Weinhagen, Rewire Engagement Coordinator
TPT Alter-Ego: The Newbie
Levi is absurdly excited about helping amazing people and organizations make awesome, fun, and funny live and digital projects with tpt. Prior to joining the Rewire revolution, Levi spent the past chunk of years with the Minnesota Historical Society and Science Museum of Minnesota helping connect young people with ideas new and old.
Additionally, Levi has been collaborating with creative weirdos for the last decade as a theater maker, comedy writer, performer, and occasional arts journalist. He is the co-founder of the all-ages theater company Comedy Suitcase. Levi is also the host of “Pratfalls of Parenting”, a weekly podcast about the relationship between being a maker of cool stuff and being a parent. Instead of sleeping, Levi is an art & culture consumer, compulsive exerciser, social media obsessive and dad. Let the wild rumpus start!