Mark Wahlberg Talks ‘SNL’ Parody, Becoming A Dad Again & When He’s Finally Getting Married
First Published: October 14, 2008 8:06 AM EDT Credit: AP
LOS ANGELES, Calif. -- Imitation is meant to be the best form of flattery, but not if you’re Mark Wahlberg.
The “Max Payne” star said he wasn’t that impressed with “Saturday Night Live” regular Andy Samberg’s impression of him two weeks ago on the sketch comedy show.
“I’ve seen it but I don’t think it’s gonna be as legendary as Tina Fey’s Sarah Palin, unfortunately,” Mark told Access Hollywood.
Mark stumbled on to the clip via YouTube, but after reviewing it, he reckons his own impression of Andy impersonating him is better.
”[It was] flattering, but you know, I wish it was a little funnier,” he said. “You know what was funny? Me doing the imitation of him imitating me.”
CLICK HERE to watch Mark’s impression of Andy’s impression.
In other Mark Wahlberg related news, the film star said he is thrilled to have recently become a dad for the third time with his fiancee, Rhea Durham.
”[It’s] awesome,” he told Access. “[I’m] just happy that they’re both healthy and everybody’s home safe.”
And as for when his fiancee will become his wife, Mark revealed it’s likely to happen next year.
“We’re talking about August,” he added.
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