Celebrity sightings in The Berkshires are not uncommon and recently Mark Wahlberg's name has been poppin' up.

Slater and Marjo had a chance to speak with Katie Smegal, owner of Bianco's Limousine and Livery Service, a service that Mr. Wahlberg has used recently.

"We are the car service that he, (Walhberg), uses when he or his family comes to town. We have established a very good relationship with them, and yes he does frequent the area", Smegal said. "Here's a funny anecdote, I was only supposed to transport his luggage and wound up actually driving he and his family to their destination. I've never sweat so much in a six-minute car ride."

So what can you tell us about his interest in the area?

"I can't say anything when I know that he's coming in, I can't post anything on social media until after he is already long gone. The only thing I can confirm is that he does not have a house here in The Berkshires, contrary to circulating posts on social media.", said Smegal. "I went to the place that he was having lunch at yesterday, The Proprietor's Lodge in Pittsfield, just to make sure he was happy with his livery service."

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The following two photos taken by and courtesy of Mike Daly and "It's Pittsfield Tonight".

One the Bianco's drivers recently transported Brian Cox of "Super Troopers" fame and much more.

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