Mark Wahlberg used his Wahlberg’s “Marked” Nutrition line to pump up for ‘Pain & Gain’ in order to gain an impressive 40 pounds of muscle for his role in the movie Pain & Gain.  His already impressive 9-digit net worth is going to see a double-dip boost from his nutrition product line and also from his movie pay … check Mark Wahlberg movie salary and net worth here. It is estimated a $50 Million upside for his share of salary and pay from the movie ‘Pain & Gain’ and his gains from his ‘Marked’ nutrition and muscle enhancing product line.   Mark Wahlberg will be a quarter Billionaire by the end of 2014.

Mark Wahlberg movie salary & net worth here: Mark Wahlberg used his Wahlberg's "Marked" Nutrition line to pump up for 'Pain & Gain'gained 40 pounds of muscle for his role in the movie Pain & Gain.  His already impressive 9-digit net worth is going to see a double-dip boost from his nutrition product line and also from his movie pay

Mark Wahlberg movie salary & net worth here: Mark Wahlberg used his Wahlberg’s “Marked” Nutrition line to pump up for ‘Pain & Gain’gained 40 pounds of muscle for his role in the movie Pain & Gain. His already impressive 9-digit net worth is going to see a double-dip boost from his nutrition product line and also from his movie pay

Mark Wahlberg used his Wahlberg's "Marked" Nutrition line to pump up for 'Pain & Gain'gained 40 pounds of muscle for his role in the movie Pain & Gain.  His already impressive 9-digit net worth is going to see a double-dip boost from his nutrition product line and also from his movie pay

Mark Wahlberg used his Wahlberg’s “Marked” Nutrition line to pump up for ‘Pain & Gain’gained 40 pounds of muscle for his role in the movie Pain & Gain. His already impressive 9-digit net worth is going to see a double-dip boost from his nutrition product line and also from his movie pay

Mark Wahlberg used his Wahlberg's "Marked" Nutrition line to pump up for 'Pain & Gain'gained 40 pounds of muscle for his role in the movie Pain & Gain.  His already impressive 9-digit net worth is going to see a double-dip boost from his nutrition product line and also from his movie pay

Mark Wahlberg used his Wahlberg’s “Marked” Nutrition line to pump up for ‘Pain & Gain’gained 40 pounds of muscle for his role in the movie Pain & Gain. His already impressive 9-digit net worth is going to see a double-dip boost from his nutrition product line and also from his movie pay

Mark Wahlberg used his Wahlberg's "Marked" Nutrition line to pump up for 'Pain & Gain'gained 40 pounds of muscle for his role in the movie Pain & Gain.  His already impressive 9-digit net worth is going to see a double-dip boost from his nutrition product line and also from his movie pay

Mark Wahlberg used his Wahlberg’s “Marked” Nutrition line to pump up for ‘Pain & Gain’gained 40 pounds of muscle for his role in the movie Pain & Gain. His already impressive 9-digit net worth is going to see a double-dip boost from his nutrition product line and also from his movie pay

 

 

 

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