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Jim Wahlberg Biography
Jim Wahlberg is an american executive director of the Mark Wahlberg Young Foundation best known for appearing on the A&E series Wahlburgers with his brothers.
Jim Wahlberg Age
He was born on August 19, 1965. He is 53 years old as of 2018.
Jim Wahlberg Family
He was born to Alma Wahlberg, the matriarch of the Wahlberg family and the former bank clerk and nurse’s aide and actor Donald Wahlberg. He is the fifth oldest Wahlberg and was born after Paul wahlberg.
Jim Wahlberg Siblings
He has eight siblings, five brothers, Robert, Donnie, Arthur, Paul and Jim; sisters Michele and Tracey; and three half siblings, Scott, Buddy and Donna.
Jim Wahlberg Wife
He is married to bennie Wahlberg and live outside South Florida. The couple has three children: A son born in 1997 and a pair of fraternal twins: a boy and a girl born in 2001.
What Does Jim Wahlberg Do For A Living
He Works with Charity organizations, and aims to help uplift the current living status of the youth living in Dorchester streets. He has worked with various charity organizations he has worked with include Local Boys and Girls Club of Dorchester.
Jim Wahlberg Cancer
Is Jim suffering from cancer? or is one of his family member a victim of cancer. His tweet below left many of his fans and in suspense, follow
— Wahl St Productions (Jim Wahlberg) (@JWahlly) October 9, 2012
Jim Wahlberg Net worth
His net worth is still under review. We will update the information soon.
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Jim Wahlberg talks about the opioid epidemic in America
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Jim Wahlberg, of the Mark Wahlberg Youth Foundation, and Mark’s brother, says he is looking for extras to help him shoot a film that will be used to combat drug addiction.
The movie is a followup to a previous film played during the Youth Opioid Summit put on in Manchester in 2017 by the Mark Wahlberg Youth Foundation, the Drug Enforcement Administration and WMUR.
Thousands of students from across New Hampshire gathered at SNHU Arena for the summit to learn about the devastating effects of opioid addiction.
“When the movie ended, and the lights went up, there were 250 parents standing there that lost their kids. Holding photos of their kids,” Jim Wahlberg said.
The purpose of the film is to grab the attention of kids before they experiment with drugs.
Wahlberg said while it’s beneficial to help adults who may be struggling with addiction, it’s vital to reach the younger generation if we really want to stop the drug crisis.
“Right after the summit, it was me and a parent, and she said, ‘You know, when our kids are very young, we tell them beware of strangers, don’t put your hand on the stove. We need to talk to them about drugs at that point,'” he said. “As soon as they can understand the words we’re saying to them, we need to start warning them.”
DEA Special Agent in Charge Jon Delena applauds Wahlberg for his efforts.
“We have to affect what’s going on in this state by starting with kids at the youngest possible age,” Delena said. “Seventy-one thousand Americans are going to die this year of a drug overdose, that’s the prediction. We need to do whatever we can to stop it.”
A casting call will take place around 1 p.m. Sunday at the Manchester Downtown Hotel, formerly known as the Radisson.
The filmmakers are looking for a large crowd for a scene and Gov. Sununu is expected to be there.