Kimberly Fey is an American recording engineer who is popular for being the ex-wife of Donnie Wahlberg. Kimberly Fey has also worked with Marky Mark and Funky Buch and is a successful record engineer in the music industry.
Table of Biography
Kimberly Fey was born in 1969 in the USA. She is currently 51 years old. Kimberly has not disclosed any information regarding her parents and her childhood. She has got a sister named Tina Frey. Moreover, Kimberly holds American citizenship and her ethnicity is Caucasian. Regarding her educational background, she might have completed her primary education from her hometown. However, she has not revealed her university and college names.
Career and Professional Life
Kimberly Fey is a successful recording engineer. She used to sing and did some session work for the Funky Bunch and Marky Mark. As she is famous due to her ex-husband, Donnie Wahlberg. Donnie Wahlberg is an American singer, songwriter, rapper, actor, record producer, and film producer. He is a founding member of the boy band New Kids on the Block. Wahlberg’s first film acting role was in the 1996 film Bullet with Mickey Rourke and Tupac Shakur. Also in 1996, he appeared as a kidnapper in Ransom with Mel Gibson. He went back to his home town for a starring role in the South Boston-based film Southie.
Wahlberg received attention for his role in the 1999 film The Sixth Sense, playing the patient of Bruce Willis’s character in the opening sequence. In 2001, Wahlberg co-starred as Second Lieutenant C. Carwood Lipton in the television miniseries Band of Brothers. He also starred in the 2002–2003 NBC drama series Boomtown as Joel Stevens, a Los Angeles police detective. Graham Yost, the executive producer, and writer of Boomtown had worked with him in Band of Brothers. They were so impressed by his performance that he wrote the role of Joel Stevens specifically for him.
In 2003, Wahlberg starred alongside Timothy Olyphant, Jason Lee, and his Band of Brothers co-star Damian Lewis as the mentally challenged Duddits in William Goldman and Lawrence Kasdan’s adaptation of the Stephen King alien-invasion thriller, Dreamcatcher. In 2005, he starred as Detective Eric Matthews in the second instalment of the Saw series. He reprised the role in Saw III in 2006 and Saw IV in 2007, also appearing in Saw V in 2008 via archive footage from the previous films. In 2006, Wahlberg played Lieutenant Commander Burton in the military/boxing drama Annapolis.
More about her career
In September 2006, he played the lead role in the short-lived television drama Runaway on The CW. The show was cancelled in October 2006 due to poor ratings. In 2007, he starred in the television film Kings of South Beach on A&E. Also in 2007, he starred in the TV series The Kill Point. Moreover, in 2008, Wahlberg appeared in Righteous Kill and co-starred in What Doesn’t Kill You. Wahlberg stars as 1st Grade Detective Danny Reagan on CBS’s Blue Bloods, a police drama set in New York City. In 1991, Wahlberg was charged with first-degree arson for setting a fire at the historic Seelbach Hotel in Louisville, Kentucky.
Authorities stated that Wahlberg, then was popular as the “bad boy” of the boy band New Kids on the Block, was partying with fellow band member Danny Wood and fans in the early morning hours when Wahlberg dumped vodka on a hallway carpet and ignited it. Wahlberg was facing up to twenty years in prison, but the charge was later reduced to misdemeanour criminal mischief, and eventually dismissed after Wahlberg agreed to appear in public-service videos addressing fire safety, drug abuse, and drunk driving. As of 2011, Wahlberg is the host of an internet radio show on Friday nights at 8 pm PST called “DDUB’s R&B BackRub” on Cherry Tree Radio and appeared in the 2011 comedy Zookeeper.
In addition, Wahlberg is a fan of the Boston Celtics and has been attending many of their games. He narrated The Association: Boston Celtics, a documentary about the team’s 2010 season, and co-narrated, alongside Ice Cube, the ESPN 30 for 30 documentary Celtics/Lakers: Best of Enemies, about the Celtics’ rivalry with the Los Angeles Laker. He co-owns a Boston restaurant called Wahlburgers with brothers Paul and Mark. In February 2016, Wahlberg endorsed Marco Rubio for president of the United States.
Kimberly has an estimated net worth of around $2 million and she has earned that sum of amount from her career as a recording engineer. She received a huge sum of money and property after the divorce from her ex-husband. Her ex-husband has an estimated net worth of around $20 million.
Kimberly Fey is currently single. Previously, she was the wife of her long term boyfriend, Donnie Wahlberg. He is an American singer, songwriter, film producer, and record producer. The couple ties their knot on August 20, 1999. They met each other for the first time in 1991. Moreover, the couple welcomed first child Xavier Alexander Wahlberg on March 4, 1993. Then, they welcomed their second child named Elijah Hendrix Wahlberg on August 20, 2001. However, the couple could not hold the relationship and end up with a divorce on December 28, 2008.
There is a rumour that the reason behind the divorce between her and her husband is due to her husband’s extra-marital affair with Michelle Tomilson. Apart from this Kimberly Fey is not and was not active on any of the scandals or rumours.
Body Measurement and Social Media
Talking about Kimberly Fey’s body measurement, she stands with an ideal height of 5 feet 7 inches. Her body weight seems to be around 58 kg. Similarly, the colour of her hair is black, which suits her fair complexion. Moreover, she has brown eyes. Further information regarding her body measurements, dress size, and shoe size, is not available at the moment.
Kimberly and her husband have maintained a distance from the media since their divorce. So, Kimberly is not very active on social media platforms. She only has an Instagram account with just 400 followers. On her Instagram account, she does her business of selling the houses as well. As for other social media accounts like Facebook and Twitter, she is not active there.