Mark Walberg & Family’s ALS Ice Bucket Challenge

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Such a sweet family!

Actor Mark Wahlberg and wife Rhea took on the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge with three of their kids – Ella, nearly 11, Michael, 8, and Brendan, nearly 6 – via Facebook on Thursday. The couple’s 4-year-old daughter Grace did not participate.

The Ted star, 43, was nominated by (what sounds like) Mickey Ward, The Rock and Nicola Peltz. He went on to challenge Spike Lee, Eminem and boxer Manny Pacquiao.

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Other notables nominated by the Wahlberg family include actress Shailene Woodley, soccer player Neymar, Jay-Z, and “Mr. Krafts,” Patriots owner Jonathan Kraft.

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In the trending campaign, people are asking 2-3 of their friends to dump a bucket of ice water over their heads. If your friends do not accept the challenge within 24 hours, they must donate $100 to an ALS association of choice.

In the last few weeks, the #IceBucketChallenge has literally soaked some celebrities, including Justin Timerlake, Jimmy Fallon and Martha Stewart. Not to mention, some of our favorite celebrity parents such as Gwen Stefani, Nicole Richie, Jessica Alba, Jennifer Lopez, mom-to-be Zoe Saldana, Jennifer Garner and Courtney Lopez, to name a few.

Click below to see the Wahlberg family take on the challenge. Can you feel the vibration when Marky Mark removes his shirt at the end? LOL.

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  1. Leelee

    I’m glad the als ice bucket challenge is the lastest trend. It´s a good thing. People can learn about a disease they knew nothing about, and a lot more money that usual has been donated to the als association and i want to everyone who 1- donated 2- took the Time to learn about als.

    That been said, i find it quite ironic that mark walberg agreed to be part of this challenge while he was the main actor in a movie named Ted, in which, for those who did not recall, his character wished for another character to die from als ( because he was hitting on his girlfriend…). And of course at the end of the movie we learn that this character did die of als which appears to be a good thing.

    I understand that mark walberg did not came up with that brillant idea for the movie and that it´s just a movie, but as the daughter of someone lost the ability to talk, walk and pretty much move his body thanks to als and died from this disease within a year, felt nothing but sadness when after i saw this movie.

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