Paul Wahlberg Biography
Paul Wahlberg is an American chef, actor and a reality TV star. Chef Paul Wahlberg in partnership with two of his brothers, actors Donnie and Mark are the owners of Wahlburgers, a casual dining burger restaurant and bar.
He was born on 20th March, 1964 in Dorchester, MA. Paul is the fifth of the nine Wahlberg children, and the first of the siblings to graduate from high school. A role model to younger brothers Donnie and Mark, Paul spent much of his time growing up helping his mother in the kitchen.
At the age of 11 or 12, Paul fell in love with food over a simple Eggplant Parmesan sandwich at a friends’ house. According to Paul, his cooking was influenced by the Sunday suppers he shared at home with family and friends.
At age 16, he began working as a caterer while in high school washing dishes in his friend’s family restaurant. After graduating, he spent time in several kitchens around Boston including The Charles Hotel, The Four Seasons and Bridgeman’s in Hull, MA where he served as Executive Chef for nine years.
Following nine years at Bridgeman’s, Paul is thrilled to be embarking on his first solo venture with Alma Nove. The restaurant’s Italian/Mediterranean menu includes Signature dishes such as Braised Pork Meatballs with polenta, Sauteed Prince Edward Island Mussels, Tagliatelli with Short Ribs, as well as Pan-Seared Halibut and Wood-Grilled Sirloin steak.
Paul Wahlberg Professional Life and Career
Paul often says his cooking was influenced by his Sunday suppers at home with family and friends. He also learned much about cooking from his mother Alma. He worked as a caterer in his high school at the age of 16.
He served as an Executive chef for almost nine years in renowned hotels and kitchens around Boston. He owns ‘Wahlburgers’, a casual dining restaurant and bar, in partnership with his brothers Donnie and Mark which is also the subject of the television series ‘Walburgers’ aired on A & E network.
He is the owner and Executive chef of ‘Alma Nove’, a restaurant named after his mother. His struggle from the beginning days as a dishwasher in high school to a successful chef can be one of those success stories that would be admired by all.
Paul Wahlberg Age – Paul Wahlberg Birthday
He was born on 20th March, 1964.
Is Paul Wahlberg Married? -Paul Wahlberg Wife
He has a wife and two children named Madison and Ethan Wahlberg.
Paul Wahlberg Siblings – Paul Wahlberg Family
Paul is the fifth of the nine Wahlberg children. He also has three half-siblings from his father’s first marriage. They include:- Mark Wahlberg, Donnie Wahlberg, Robert Wahlberg, Jim Wahlberg, Arthur Wahlberg, Tracey Wahlberg, Debbie Wahlberg, Michelle Wahlberg, Scott Wahlberg, Buddy Wahlberg, Donna Wahlberg.
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Paul Wahlberg Net Worth
As a chef and an actor, Paul has an estimated net worth of $ 5 million.
Paul Wahlberg Height/Measurements
Moving towards his body measurements he has a height of 5 Feet 2 inches (1.57m) and his weight is 78 kg. He has Brown hair and Brown eyes.
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Here is a short interview with Paul Wahlberg
Favorite vacation destination?
I like anyplace warm. I like Captiva and Sarasota, in Florida, and I like San Diego. But really, anywhere my kids want to go is good with me.
Favorite food or drink while vacationing?
I always like trying something new, something that’s part of the local food scene. If I go to another country, I want to have classic food from that area and really experience what their habits are. The more mom and pop, the better.
Where would you like to travel to but haven’t?
Asia and Hawaii. I’ve tried to get to Hawaii a couple of times, but something has always come up. In Asia, I would love to try the food — the street food and the peasant food.
One item you can’t leave home without when traveling?
A good book to read. What type of book depends on the mood I’m in. I like detective stories and spy novels, but I also like nonfiction, and of course cookbooks.
Aisle or window?
Window. I can either look out the window or go to sleep.
Favorite childhood travel memory?
Loading everyone — all nine of us kids — into the car and going to either the beach or a pond. It was always fine at the beginning of the trip, but it would spiral down from there and we would inevitably hear: “If you guys don’t knock that off, I’m coming back there.” We always had fun though, and it would be like a clown car when we all got out. I remember going to Robbin’s Pond in East Bridgewater — a lot of Dorchester people would go there — and Beaver Lake in Derry, N.H. . . . or Tenean Beach right in Dorchester.I also remember going to Nantasket Beach [in Hull] and spending the day there, then going to Paragon Park [which closed in 1984] and going on rides.
Guilty pleasure when traveling?
Walking. I love just taking walks and disappearing. I like off-the-beaten-path places and finding street food — even if it’s hot dogs in a cart. I love the whole idea of that.
Best travel tip?
Pack what you need. Be organized and know what you need to pack. I’m a “pack lightly” guy, but I still bring what I need.
Paul Wahlberg introduces a new dish.