Who is Kimberly Fey?
Kimberly Fey was born in the USA, but has kept her exact date and place of birth hidden from the media – her zodiac sign is said to be Pisces and she holds American nationality. She is a musician and sound engineer, who might be known best for being the ex-wife of Donnie Wahlberg, a famous American singer-songwriter, rapper and actor.
Early life and education
Kimberly was raised alongside her siblings by her father who was a taxi driver, and her mother who was a cashier at a local supermarket.
She grew up being interested in music as there was always something playing in her house, mostly blues and jazz.
Kimberly started singing at elementary school and appearing in school plays, while she was also interested in other things such as playing soccer and dancing. She dreamt about becoming a famous musician while attending high school, and after she began experimenting with music, she developed an interest in sound engineering. Upon matriculation, Kimberly decided to focus on her career rather than to enroll at a college.
Not a lot is known about Kimberly’s career except that she is a musician and a sound engineer, who worked with her now ex-husband on various occasions – the two began collaborating while he was a member of the rap group Marky Mark and the Funky Bunch, which is also how they first met.
She is today also working as a realtor, her friend’s idea because of her interest in travelling, and Kimberly fell in love with the job after trying it.
Love life and marriage with Donnie Wahlberg
Kimberly and Donnie started dating in 1990, but kept their relationship hidden from the media’s attention before announcing in 1991 that they were together– after around three years of dating, Kimberly gave birth to their son Xavier Alexander, and on 20 August 1999, Kimberly and Donnie married in a private ceremony attended by their wide circle of friends and family members. In 2001, they welcomed their second son Elijah Hendrix, however, the family fell apart in August 2008, when Kimberly filed for divorce accusing Donnie of having cheated on her with Michelle Tomlinson, a Canadian model, the accusation Donnie denied.
The divorce was finalized in 2010, with Kimberly receiving full custody over their sons.
In July 2013, Donnie started dating American actress and model Jenny McCarthy, and they married on 31 August 2014.
Kimberly hasn’t talked about any men she might have dated after divorcing Donnie, and as of November 2020 she is single, was once married and has two sons.
Hobbies and other interests
Kimberly’s main hobby is travelling, and she’s been all around the US for both work and pleasure, and has also travelled overseas staying in European countries such as Italy and Greece.
Summer is her favorite season, as she is keen on swimming in the ocean, sun tanning at the beach and taking photos – there are many pictures featuring Kimberly at the beach uploaded onto her Instagram account. She also likes winter because of snow and she likes to ski.
Kimberly is a lover of animals and has two pet cats; during her teenage years, she volunteered at a local animal shelter, and her favorite ‘animals’ are parrots.
In her spare time which is mostly late at night, she enjoys watching movies starring some of her favorite actors and actresses – Russell Crowe, Tom Hanks and Julia Roberts – such as “A Good Year”, “Sleepless in Seattle” and “Notting Hill”.
Age, height and net worth
Kimberly is believed to be around 40 years old. She has long brown hair and brown eyes, her height is 5ft 7ins (1.71m) and she weighs around 130lbs (60kgs). As of November 2020, her net worth has been estimated at over $2 million – most of which she received as divorce settlement – while Donnie’s net worth has been estimated at over $25 million.
Who is Donnie Wahlberg?
Donald ‘Donnie’ Edmond Wahlberg Jr. was born in Dorchester, Massachusetts USA on 17 August 1969 – his zodiac sign is Leo and he holds American nationality. He is a singer and actor, probably known best for being a member of the band New Kids on the Block.
Donnie was raised alongside his eight siblings (only one younger) by their father Donald Edmond Wahlberg Sr. who was a delivery driver, and their mother Alma Elaine who worked as a bank clerk – Donnie’s father was married once before Alma, and has three children from that marriage. When Donnie was 13, his parents divorced.
Donnie was the first member of New Kids on the Block, and helped find other members including his friends Jamie Kelly and Danny Wood as well as his brother Mark – the band was also joined by brothers Jordan and Jonathan Knight, while Donnie’s brother soon left and was replaced by Joey McIntyre. Their eponymous debut album came out in April 1986 to poor reviews, but their second album “Hangin’ Tough” followed not long after making the boys famous in the US and the UK – they have to this day released seven albums, seven compilation albums, one extended play and 21 singles.
Donnie is also very popular for his acting career, as he has been credited with appearing in roughly 65 movies and TV series.
He debuted by appearing in the crime drama movie “Bullet” released in 1996, and a few of his following roles were in the crime thriller “Ransom”, the action crime drama “Southie” and the supernatural psychological thriller “The Sixth Sense”. He became famous in 2001 when invited to play one of the lead characters in the mini-series “Band of Brothers”, which is today rated one of the best TV series ever made – Donnie has also played the lead character in the action drama series “Boomtown”, and in the science fiction horror movie “Dreamcatcher”. He is also known for having appeared in the movies “Saw II”, “Saw III” and “Saw IV”, and for his portrayal of Lieutenant Commander Burton in the drama film “Annapolis”, which starred James Franco. For his acting skills, Donnie has been nominated for five awards, including two Primetime Emmys.
Back when New Kids on the Block were still working their way up, Donnie was known as the band’s ‘bad boy’ – in 1991, he poured vodka on a hallway carpet of the Seelbach Hotel and set it on fire – he was to spend up to 20 years in jail, but all the charges were dropped after he agreed to speak publicly about drink driving, drug abuse and fire safety.
He is a huge fan of basketball, and cheers for the Boston Celtics. In 2010he narrated a documentary about the team entitled “The Association: Boston Celtics”. He has also narrated the 2017 documentary “Celtics/Lakers: Best of Enemies” together with famous American rapper and actor Ice Cube.
Donnie and his two brothers Mark and Paul are running a restaurant in Boston called Wahlburgers.