Published On: Fri, Jun 16th, 2017

Donnie Wahlberg Net Worth: How Much Is Donnie Wahlberg’s Net Worth?

Donnie Wahlberg Net Worth 2017: $20 million

Donnie Wahlberg is an American actor, record producer, film producer, singer and song-writer; he started his career through the film Bullet with Mickey Rourke and Tupac Shakur in 1996 and now his total net worth is $20 million.


American actor was born in Boston, Massachusetts on August 17, 1969; his father who was a delivery boy, was Swedish and Irish descent while his mother English, and French-Canadian ancestry, they were divorced in 1982.

After appearing in movie Bullets, he appeared as a kidnapper in 1996 in movie Ransom with Mel Gibson, but after many years working, he got the film which changed her life and that movie was The Sixth Sense which released in 1999 and through this film he got the attention of producers as well as fame in the eyes of world.

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He was the member of the band of 1980s named as New Kids on the Block; he earned most his income in that age from this band, this band sold in tens of millions of records and merchandise but this group was destroyed in 1994.

After 1994 he helped his brother to start a rapper career through co-writing and producing Marky Mark and the Funky Bunch’s first album, “Music for the People, which got the Platinum rank in US.

Donnie has done many movies while most significant films are; Body Count, the Sixth Sense, Diamond Men, Dreamcatcher, Marilyn Hotchkiss’ Ballroom Dancing & Charm School, Saw II &III, Saw IV, Saw V, What Doesn’t Kill You and Zookeeper.

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He has received many nominations as well as many awards due to his outstanding work like Circuit Community Award in 1996 for Ransom movie, Teen Choice Scream Award, nominated for Emmy in 2014 and 2015 award and People’s Choice Award.

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