University of Pittsburgh
Carnegie Mellon University
Mt. Lebanon High School
Played a male stripper in Steven Soderbergh’s "Magic Mike" opposite Channing Tatum and Matthew McConaughey
Joined ensemble cast of romantic comedy "What to Expect When You're Expecting"
Joined the third season of HBO's "True Blood" as werewolf Alcide Herveaux
Cast in the independent film "Irene in Time," written and directed by Henry Jaglom
Starred in the West Coast premiere of Terrence McNally’s "Unusual Acts of Devotion"
Joined the fifth season of The CW drama "One Tree Hill," playing bartender Owen Morello
Produced and directed the documentary short "DieHardz" about Pittsburgh Steelers fans that met at a bar in Los Angeles, CA
Appeared on four episodes of NBC's "ER" as Officer Litchman, the love interest to Linda Cardellini's character
Played 'The Chick Magnet' in the New York City premiere of "Skirts & Flirts"
Reprised the role of Flash for a brief cameo at the end of "Spider-Man 3"
Cast as a regular on the MyNetwork TV nighttime soap opera "American Heiress"
Cast in a recurring role as Brad, the law school buddy of Jason Segel's character on several seasons of CBS' "How I Met Your Mother"
Played Tori Spelling's boyfriend on VH1's "So Notorious"
Landed first role after college in "Spider-Man," playing Peter Parker’s (Tobey Maguire) nemesis Flash
Wrote, produced and acted in the student film "Out of Courage 2"
Moved to Los Angeles after graduating from Carnegie Mellon
Manganiello was a roadie for the band Goldfinger. He was friends with lead singer John Feldmann and toured internationally with the group doing security.
Manganiello and "White Collar's" (USA Network) Matt Bomer were old friends and classmates at Carnegie Mellon. Both actors, who graduated in 2000, co-starred in the Steven Soderbergh directed "Magic Mike" (2012).