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Mark Wahlberg may wish to be a shining example of Catholicism and turn his back on Boogie Nights, but it’s the day he led me a merry dance that still gives me the shivers

29th October, 2017
Mark Wahlberg: perhaps his conversion to a more wholesome way of living will include being nicer to journalists Pic: GETTY

Can everyone please a thought for poor Mark Wahlberg?

The Hollywood star has come out with a sad tale of his regrets in life. Not content with removing his tattoos to make himself a little more wholesome, the newly devout Catholic said in a recent interview that he wishes he had never starred in Boogie Nights, the racy 1970s-set flick directed by Paul Thomas Anderson. The actor told the Chicago Tribune: “I just hope that...

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