Name: Joe Manganiello
Profession: TV Actor
Gender: Male
Height: 196 cm
Age: 46
Birth Place: Pittsburgh - Pennsylvania
Zodiac Sign: Capricorn

Joe Manganiello

Joe Manganiello is a TV Actor, and he was born on 28 December - 1976(46 years old) in Pennsylvania. Joe Manganiello zodiac sign is Capricorn. More detailed information about Joe Manganiello given below.

About Joe Manganiello

Best known for his role as a werewolf in HBO's True Blood, he's had recurring television roles on ER, One Tree Hill, and How I Met Your Mother.


He was a roadie for the band Goldfinger and became good friends with lead singer, John Feldmann.

Joe Manganiello before fame

He made his official acting debut in the 2002 film adaptation of Spider-Man, a role for which he auditioned only a few months after relocating to Los Angeles.

Achievement of Joe Manganiello

He worked as a roadie for the band Goldfinger and became close friends with John Feldmann, the lead vocalist.

Salary 2020

Not known

Net Worth 2020

$20 Million

Joe Manganiello family life

In 2012, he dated actress Demi Moore, and in November 2015, he married Sofia Vergara of Modern Family.

Associations of Joe Manganiello

He reunited with former Carnegie Mellon University classmate Matthew Bomer onscreen in an episode of his show White Collar and in the 2012 film Magic Mike.

Joe Manganiello Physique Measurements

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Height 196 cm
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Family Members of Joe Manganiello

Name Relationship Net worth Profession
Sofu00eda Vergara Spouse $180 Million Actor

Joe Manganiello Timeline

  • 1995

    Manganiello was raised in Mt. Lebanon, Pennsylvania. He has a younger brother, Nicholas. He was a student at St. Bernard School, a Roman Catholic elementary school in Mt. Lebanon, and then attended Mt. Lebanon High School, where he graduated with honors in 1995 and won the schoolu0027s Great Alumni Award in 2011. Growing up, he was the captain of his football, basketball, and volleyball teams and went on to play at the varsity level in all three sports. He won the role of Jud Fry in his schoolu0027s senior year production of Oklahoma!, and was involved with the schoolu0027s TV studio. He would borrow equipment to make films with his friends, and became interested in acting to become a better filmmaker.

  • 2000

    After a series of sports injuries, including a torn medial collateral ligament returning a kickoff in a varsity football game against Ringgold High School, Manganiello auditioned for the Carnegie Mellon School of Drama as a senior in high school. He was not accepted, so he enrolled at the University of Pittsburgh and worked at theater. He reapplied to Carnegie Mellon a year later, and was one of 17 students accepted into the acting program. He performed in theater productions and wrote, produced, and acted in a student film entitled Out of Courage 2: Out for Vengeance. He graduated in 2000 with a BFA in acting. He traveled to New York and Los Angeles through his university to participate in group auditions, which provided him contacts in the entertainment business.

  • 2006

    Manganiello began finding work in television, playing Tori Spellingu0027s boyfriend on VH1u0027s So Notorious in 2006, and guest starred on Las Vegas, Jake in Progress, and Close to Home. That year, he also played John Leguizamou0027s Alcoholics Anonymous sponsor in the CBS television pilot Edison. In 2007, he appeared in the Scrubs episode "My No Good Reason" and in the MyNetwork TV nighttime soap opera American Heiress. He also played Officer Litchman, the love interest to Linda Cardelliniu0027s character, for a four-episode arc on NBCu0027s ER. He returned to the stage playing The Chick Magnet in May 2007 for the New York City premiere of Skirts & Flirts, a monologue show by Gloria Calderon Kellett, for which he was a finalist for HBOu0027s Aspen Comedy Festival. He then played Stanley Kowalski in A Streetcar Named Desire for the West Virginia Public Theatre in 2008, directed by his former Carnegie Mellon professor Geoffrey Hitch.

  • 2009

    He starred as Leo Belraggio, a New York jazz musician, in the west coast premiere of Terrence McNallyu0027s Unusual Acts of Devotion in June 2009. The play was staged at the La Jolla Playhouse at the University of California in San Diego. The summer prior, Manganiello worked alongside McNally and director Leonard Foglia to create the role at the Ojai Playwrights Conference. He played Brad on several seasons of the CBS comedy How I Met Your Mother. In 2008, he joined the cast of The CW drama One Tree Hill for its fifth season, playing bartender Owen Morello. He shot the series in Wilmington, North Carolina, and returned for its sixth and seventh seasons.Manganiello played Stu on the Fox sitcom u0027Til Death for two episodes, and starred in the short film Wounded that year, which he originated on the stage and won Best Short Film at the 2011 Big Island Film Festival. He starred in the direct-to-video war film Behind Enemy Lines: Colombia in 2009 playing Lt. Sean Macklin, a Navy SEAL squad leader. In order to add authenticity to the production, he trained for several months with a former Navy SEAL, for whom he paid to come to the set and stay in the castu0027s hotel. The film was shot in Puerto Rico. He appeared in an episode of Medium in 2009, and has guest starred on all three series of CBSu0027s CSI television franchise (CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, CSI: Miami, and CSI: NY). He had a role in the independent film Irene in Time. In 2010, he appeared in television commercials for Taco Bell, promoting its new product. He shot television pilots for 100 Questions and the Pittsburgh-set sitcom Livinu0027 on a Prayer.In late 2009 Manganiello was cast as werewolf Alcide Herveaux in the third season of HBOu0027s True Blood. His work on the show over the next five years would bring him both popular and critical recognition, including the 2011 Scream Award for Breakout Performance u2013 Male and a shared award for Best Ensemble, as well as a Saturn Award for Best Guest Starring Role in Television and a NewNowNext Award. True Blood was his favorite television show before he joined the cast. He was originally brought in by casting for the role of Coot, another werewolf in the series, but was asked by the producers to read for Alcide instead. He familiarized himself with the novels while growing out his hair and beard. He also trained twice a day for months to add muscle to match the description of the character in the books. Manganiello also got a suntan to set himself apart from the vampires on the series and spent time studying live wolves.

  • 2011

    Then in early 2011, Manganiello was asked to screen test for the title role of Superman in Man of Steel. Due to scheduling problems with True Blood, he was forced out of the running in the final stage. He told Access Hollywood in an interview: "They wanted me to screen test and they actually asked for my measurements for the suit and everything... their shoot date switched and it would have taken up 11 weeks out of my True Blood schedule. At the end of the day, we couldnu0027t get the schedule to work... so, regrettably, I never got to screen test, I never got to put the suit on." Upon completion of filming for season four of True Blood, he shot an episode of USAu0027s White Collar with his former drama school classmate Matt Bomer, and then shot the film adaptation of the best selling book What To Expect When Youu0027re Expecting before returning to Los Angeles to shoot an episode of Two and a Half Men with Ashton Kutcher.

  • 2014

    Manganiello became engaged to actress Sofu00eda Vergara on Christmas Day 2014 after six months of dating. They married in Palm Beach, Florida on November 21, 2015.

  • 2016

    In August 2016, test footage of Slade Wilson/Deathstroke on the set of some unnamed film was posted to Twitter by Ben Affleck. In September 2016, Geoff Johns, who was DC Comicsu0027 President and CCO, and who is signed on to both co-run the DCEU and co-write/co-produce the solo Batman film with Affleck, confirmed that Deathstroke will appear in the shared film universe, with Manganiello portraying the character. It has since been confirmed that he will appear in the Ben Affleck Batman movie.

  • 2017

    In 2017, Manganiello won an Emmy as the narrator of the documentary Pittsburgh is Home: The Story of the Penguins, which documented the first 50 years of history of the Pittsburgh Penguins hockey team.

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