He reapplied to Carnegie Mellon a year later, and was one of 17 students accepted into the acting program.While a student at Carnegie Mellon University, Manganiello appeared in numerous productions in Pittsburgh's theatre scene, including Ulfheim in Henrik Ibsen's When We Dead Awaken, Lorenzo in Shakespeare's The Merchant of Venice for Quantum Theatre, and Joe in the Pittsburgh premiere of The Last Night of Ballyhoo.
Always polished, the 44-year-old actress paired the dress with a matching tan clutch and nude pumps, and she wore her long brown hair naturally for an effortless date night look.
Her hubby, 39-year-old Manganiello, wore dark-wash jeans, a dark green T-shirt, and a brown leather jacket as he escorted his wife to dinner.
He reprised the role several years later, making a brief cameo at the end of Spider-Man 3 (2007).
Manganiello began finding work in television, playing Tori Spelling's boyfriend on VH1's So Notorious in 2006, and guest starred on Las Vegas, Jake in Progress, and Close to Home.
He quickly signed with a talent agent, and three days later, he auditioned for the role of Peter Parker in the Sam Raimi-directed film Spider-Man (2002).
He landed the role of Eugene "Flash" Thompson, Peter Parker's nemesis, as his first acting job out of college.Vergara showed off her signature curves as she headed into Catch LA with her husband.She rocked a form-fitting tan dress that featured a low-cut neckline and metallic accents down its front.Sofia Vergara and Joe Manganiello are one good-looking couple.The two stars hit the town for date night yesterday, and they looked perfectly coordinated—and completely in love—as they did so.He also played Officer Litchman, the love interest to Linda Cardellini's character, for a four-episode arc on NBC's ER.