A better life for his children was one of the reasons actor Mark Wahlberg and his family relocated from southern California to Nevada, he said on “The Talk” on Tuesday.
In the interview, Wahlberg stated that he spends all of his free time at home.
“I want to be able to work from home. I moved to California many years ago to pursue acting, and I’ve only made a couple of movies in the entire time that I was there.”
Wahlberg claimed that since moving to Nevada, his family has been able to provide his children with a better life that allows them to follow their passions, whether it is his daughter competing in equestrian sports, his son playing basketball, or his youngest son taking up golf.
Grace, 12, Brendan, 14, Michael, 15, and Ella, 19, are the four children that Wahlberg and his wife Rhea Durham have.
He further explained that they traveled to Nevada in order to give the kids and themselves a new start. He added that Nevada offers a lot of opportunities, so he is really optimistic about the future.
In the interview, Wahlberg also expressed his want to transform this area into Hollywood 2.0 by constructing a cutting-edge studio, a shoe factory, and a facility for Municipal, the sport utility equipment firm he established.
The gimmicks of Hollywood are not to Wahlberg’s taste.
Wahlberg’s commitment to his family would seem to make sense in light of his well-known ardent Catholicism.