__________________________________ __________________________________ Joseph Manganiello (6’5″) Manganiello is 6’5″ and a couple hundred pounds of Pittsburgh steal with a solid resume of action and Navy SEAL roles.But it’s his time as soulful werwolf / Sookie Stackhouse protector, Alcide Herveaux, on HBO’s Skarsgårds, and their ability to play simultaneously appealing and menacing characters?When the facilities of the government of the United States are drawn on an individual it can be terrifying. But not being able to move without being tailed is something else. The blacklist is just the opening gambit—being deprived of work. After a certain point it grows to implied as well as articulated threats, and people succumb. In 1959, on CBS' Du Pont Show of the Month, he starred in the dual roles of Miguel de Cervantes and Don Quixote in the play I, Don Quixote, which years later became the musical Man of La Mancha.Cobb also appeared as the Medicine Bow, Wyoming owner of the Shiloh Ranch, Judge Henry Garth in the first four seasons (1962–1966), of the long-running NBC Western television series The Virginian (1962–1971). If it's worth dying for, and I am just as idealistic as the next fellow.
Imagine if Stringer Bell had broken away from New York City altogether, and set off across the vast expanse of Middle America, ready to solve crimes, deliver one-liners, beat up bad guys, and of course, steal hearts.
Mildred Dunnock, who had co starred in both the original stage version and the 1951 film version, again repeated her role as Linda, Willy's devoted wife.
In 1957, he appeared in Sidney Lumet's 12 Angry Men, the unique trial jury deliberations drama, as the abrasive Juror #3.
On television, Cobb starred in the first four seasons of the Western series The Virginian.
He typically played arrogant, intimidating and abrasive characters, but often had roles as respectable figures such as judges and police officers.