A "Fighter," lover, and now soldier at war, MARK WAHLBERG has portrayed some of the most revered characters in film, and he's here to talk about his latest screen endeavor, "Lone Survivor"! With his wide-ranging talent, the actor has taken many forms: a sergeant fighting the mob in "The Departed," a porn star in "Boogie Nights," and a man who befriends a stuffed bear in "Ted." He recently earned his high school diploma to serve as a role model for his kids! Last time on Ellen, Mark brought Diddy along… this time he rolls solo, but there's always something superb in store!
Then, Mark's "Lone Survivor" co-star TAYLOR KITSCH will join the discussion! The actor, model and hockey player has the looks, physique and talent to pull off some of Hollywood's strongest and boldest characters, in films like "Friday Night Lights," "X-Men Origins: Wolverine" and "Battleship." His new film sends him to war with comrade Mark by his side, so it's fitting that they'll take Ellen's stage together!
TAMAR BRAXTON jazzes up the scene with a song from her Grammy-nominated album "Love and War"! The R&B superstar had the world watching her every move in 2013! She earned three Grammy nominations, had a #1 debut album, a new baby, and a new job co-hosting the daytime talk show, "The Real." Tamar knows how to work it. She's got style, flair, and a penchant for honesty, and her music reflects the vibrant flavor of her personality. She'll bring it all to Ellen live!
This Wednesday, Ellen explores a world where entertainment and truth collide!
Mark Wahlberg, Taylor Kitsch
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