Academy Award nominee Mark Wahlberg may be nearing the end of his acting career. While he has seen himself become a major Hollywood A-lister and sought-after star in recent years, the actor is already thinking about retirement. Born in 1971 in Boston, Wahlberg is the youngest of nine children, and began acting with only 22 years old. In 1993, he had his first three roles, one in the television movie The Substitute, the sitcom Out All Night and in The Ben Stiller Show. In 1994, he made the leap to the big screen with Renaissance Man, and would not return to television until 2004 with Entourage, where he played himself.
Mark Wahlberg doesn’t know how much longer he will continue acting.