Donnie Wahlberg on ‘Blue Bloods’ Set in Park Slope

Patch was able to get a shot of the actor on Eighth Avenue during the filming of “Blue Bloods” on Wednesday.

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By Will Yakowicz Email the author January 10, 2013

You may be tired if hearing about how a certain actor is in Park Slope for yet another movie or TV show. But, everyone likes to get a glimpse of the rich and famous now and again.

Filming at the now shuttered Montessori school on Eighth Avenue, between Carroll and President streets, for TV show “Blue Bloods,” Donnie Wahlberg (“Band of Brothers,” Righteous Kill,and The Sixth Sense) took a quick read over his script on the sidewalk on Wednesday.

A flock of photographers huddled around Donnie, whose brother is Mark Wahlberg (Boogie Nights,The Fighter), as he took a few minutes to read over some lines.

“Blue Bloods,” which is on CBS, is currently in its third season and is about a multigenerational family dedicated to New York City law enforcement. The TV show stars Walhberg, Tom Sellack (“Magnum P.I.” and “Jesse Stone”) and Bridget Moynahan (iRobot, Lord of War and The Recruit).  The TV crews were filming on Wednesday from 7 a.m. through 9 p.m.

You may be tired if hearing about how a certain actor is in Park Slope for yet another movie or TV show. But, everyone likes to get a glimpse of the rich and famous now and again.

Filming at the now shuttered Montessori school on Eighth Avenue, between Carroll and President streets, for TV show “Blue Bloods,” Donnie Wahlberg (“Band of Brothers,” Righteous Kill,and The Sixth Sense) took a quick read over his script on the sidewalk on Wednesday.

A flock of photographers huddled around Donnie, whose brother is Mark Wahlberg (Boogie Nights,The Fighter), as he took a few minutes to read over some lines.

“Blue Bloods,” which is on CBS, is currently in its third season and is about a multigenerational family dedicated to New York City law enforcement. The TV show stars Walhberg, Tom Sellack (“Magnum P.I.” and “Jesse Stone”) and Bridget Moynahan (iRobot, Lord of War and The Recruit).  The TV crews were filming on Wednesday from 7 a.m. through 9 p.m.

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