Mark Wahlberg confessed to crashing a fraternity party at his daughter's college.

O To fear Star recently had an experience that she never had when she was younger. In September, Wahlberg visited his daughter Ella, 20, at Clemson University in South Carolina. But instead of participating in the events planned for Parents' Weekend, Wahlberg played the role of a student. However, the 52-year-old actor only appeared at parties.

“They were having the most fun I’ve ever seen anyone have! Even more than her coming to Las Vegas,” the Ted actor said Entertainment tonight, referring to his daughter and her friends. “I was at the frat house and, you know, a few places around town.”

“It was crazy. Parents' weekend was amazing,” the Hollywood star continued.

As Wahlberg began his acting career as a teenager, he opted out of college. Although the artist is grateful for his career, he has spoken openly about his regret over choosing to forgo higher education.

“I would still be in college. I would still be in the frat house. I would be a senior,” he joked to the outlet.

O Unknown star shares four children with his wife of 14 years, Rhea Durham: daughters Ella and Grace, 13, and sons Brendan, 15, and Michael, 17. Wahlberg and Durham first met at a 2001 press junket in New York City. The actor reportedly approached the model and asked if she was interested in going out with him.

Speaking with People in 2010, Wahlberg admitted, “I asked her if she wanted to go out with me and she said yes. So I asked her if she wanted to go to church with me the next morning, and she said yes again.”

“So that was our first date: St. Patrick's Cathedral in New York,” he continued.

After that, the pair was attached to the hip. They are now parents to three teenagers and a daughter, who has finally turned 20. In January this year, Durham posted a touching photo to her Instagram Story after sending Ella off to college.

Her caption read: “On the way home from my first trip back to college. Emotions are running high.”

Wahlberg recently revealed that the “most disciplined” person in his life is his youngest daughter, Grace.

“My daughter – believe it or not – is more disciplined than me,” he said AND! News in an article published on November 25th. “I only adopted this type of discipline when I was 30 and I had to do it because of work. And now she does it alone because she wants to be an Olympian.”



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