Joe Manganiello is a famous American actor who has worked on stage, in movies, and on TV. He also makes movies, directs them, writes books, and tells stories. Manganiello was born in the US city of Pittsburgh. In his younger years, he was good at football, volleyball, basketball, and other sports.
He wanted to be a filmmaker and went after what he loved. At the University of Pittsburgh, where he studied theater, he wrote, produced, and acted in a student movie called “Out of Courage 2: Out of Vengeance.”
After being in a few plays, he made his film debut in the well-known superhero movie “Spider-Man,” which was directed by Sam Raimi. He played Peter Parker’s rival in college, who picks on him but gets beat up in the end. His role in the horror fantasy show “True Blood” made him even more well-known. The critics liked the series, and it also won a number of awards.
Manganiello is also a well-known narrator. As the narrator of the documentary film “Pittsburgh is Home: The Story of the Penguins,” he won an Emmy Award. His most recent work includes an uncredited role in the superhero movie “Justice League” and a voice role in the animated movie “Smurfs: The Lost Village.”
Joe Manganiello Childhood & Early Life
He grew up with his younger brother Nicholas in Mt. Lebanon, Pennsylvania. He went to St. Bernard School and then Mt. Lebanon High School. He graduated with honors from Mt. Lebanon High School.
He also produced, wrote, and acted in the movie “Out of Courage 2: Out for Vengeance” when he was still in school. He got his Bachelor of Fine Arts in acting in 2000.
Joe Manganiello Career
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