2\ FATHERHOOD CHANGES EVERYTHING
“You do things when you’re younger that when you become a father make you go, ‘Well, I’m going to have to explain it to the kids,’“ Wahlberg says.
(It’s possible that he’s referring to the 1997 movie Boogie Nights, in which he played the generously proportioned porn star Dirk Diggler.)
Wahlberg and his wife, Rhea, have two girls and two boys ranging from 6 to 12 years old.
They don’t watch Dad’s grownup movies (“We don’t give them access to computers and YouTube and Google and all that shit,” he says), and parenthood makes Wahlberg think twice (well, okay, four times) about his projects.
3\ GO HARD OR GO HOME
Wahlberg plays golf - but for him it’s not a lazy Sunday activity. No, Wahlberg plays a game called “hit and run.”
Basically, that’s a 4-mile run punctuated by booming tee shots.
“It’s like everything else Mark does,” says Armando, a man in his mid-50s who’s Wahlberg’s longtime caddie. “Don’t dick around. Go to the ball, hit it, go to the next one, hit it, get on the green. Got it?”
This article was originally published on MensHealth.com