Hollywood star Mark Wahlberg was first a rapper belonging to Marky Mark and the Funky Bunch. They released the albums Music for the People and You Gotta Believe. He was also a model, best known for his underwear ads for Calvin Klein. Shortly after, he started acting with his debut on the TV movie The Substitute. This was followed by his feature film debut in Renaissance Man. The rest of the ’90s saw him star in Fear, Boogie Nights, and Three Kings. In the 2000s, he starred in The Perfect Storm, Planet of the Apes, and The Departed. For The Departed, he was nominated for an Oscar for Best Supporting Actor. He went on to portray Micky Ward in The Fighter. Mark is also a prolific producer, having produced such films as Lone Survivor and The Gambler, as well as the TV series Entourage.
The 45-year-old actor has since sustained his remarkable figure throughout the years even his age does not hinder him from looking amazing. Since his roles in films remain to be challenging, the actor continues to be flexible in terms of sporting a new look. For instance, for his role in Pain & Gain, he needed to gain more muscles. Overall, he follows a healthy lifestyle, which contributes largely for his youthful appearance. He does his workouts and does so with discipline and diligence. He does the same thing when it comes to his diet.
Food also plays a crucial role when you want to attain a certain type of body. As for The Fighter actor and producer, he makes sure that he mostly consumes nutritious ones. Basically, his diet revolves around chicken, steak, some pasta, whey protein and blueberries, raspberries, bananas, apples. In an interview, he said about his diet: “On a regular basis, I like to have this food sent to my home from Sunfare. They basically plan the meals. I eat 3 meals a day, and 3 healthy snacks. Then on Sunday, I eat whatever I want. Pancakes, 2 eggs, corn beef, and hash. But, only if it’s the chunky style. For whatever reason, I was obsessed with chocolate pancake cookies…3 small snacks and 3 good, health meals is usually the norm.”