For his family, Mark Wahlberg made a significant change. The 51-year-old actor recently revealed that he went to Nevada from California to provide his four children with “a better life.” The hardest obstacle, he admitted to “The Talk” co-host Sheryl Underwood, is juggling job and fatherhood.
During a conversation on October 11, Wahlberg said, “Every free moment that I have, I’m at home.” “I’d want the option of working from home. He stated, “I moved to California many years ago to pursue acting, and throughout the entire period that I was there, I’ve only made a few movies.
Ella, 19, Michael, 16, Brendan, 14, and Grace, 12, are the four children that Wahlberg and his wife Rhea Durham have together. Consequently, he stated, “I want to be able to provide my kids with a better life and allow them to follow and pursue their ambitions, whether it is my daughter as an equestrian, my son as a basketball star, or my younger son as a golfer. For us, this made a lot more sense.
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The “Father Stu” actor continued, saying that he wants to “create this Hollywood 2.0” and “construct a state-of-the-art studio” in Nevada. There are many opportunities here, we simply kind of came here to offer ourselves a new look and a fresh start for the kids,” he said. I’m very optimistic about the future.
2020 saw California’s population fall for the first time due to the COVID-19 epidemic. According to a 2017 Associated Press investigation, more individuals have moved away from California than have moved there. Global lockdowns, reduced state immigration, falling birth rates, and an increase in coronavirus mortality were all contributing factors.
According to NBC News, the epidemic and the fact that housing values have grown significantly while household wages haven’t kept up are both problems Of all, Wahlberg isn’t the first famous person to get away from the bustle of major cities. Katy Perry disclosed that she had relocated her family to Kentucky in May.
It has been “quite a wonderful experience,” the singer said on Chelsea Handler’s “Dear Chelsea” podcast, “because it reminds you that Hollywood is not America.” Her 2-year-old daughter Daisy, her fiancé Orlando Bloom, and themselves reside in a “bubble” that is “opposite” of Hollywood, and she claimed that the move helped her “understand people better.”