Over at fyeahjoemanganiello.com, the fans submitted questions to Joe and he answered. Here is an excerpt from the interview:
email@example.com asks: If Joe Manganiello had a theme song, what would it be?
A: “Only” by: Nine Inch Nails. He put the words to how I felt inside at one of the toughest moments of my life.
sausagekingofchicago asks: You’ve lent your celebrity to the Until There’s A Cure Foundation which, among other things, supports youth-oriented awareness initiatives about HIV/AIDS. What was your motivation to get behind this easily forgotten cause? Are you involved in any other causes?
A: Millions of people around the world are infected with HIV/AIDS. Its a very relevant and lethal disease that still to this day, has no cure. I understand people’s fear of getting themselves checked but I urge people to be responsible not just for themselves but for the safety of their present and future partners to do their part to help stop the spread of such a debilitating disease. I think the search for the cure is an unbelievably important cause. I’ve also been in talks with several animal rights groups about doing some work together due to my recent work with live animals on set.
myrustyhalo asks: If we were to snag your iPod right now, what bands would we find? (Yes this is a sneaky way of asking what kind of music you like.)
A: the new Massive Attack album, The Silversun Pickups, Nine Inch Nails, old Alice in Chains, Soundgarden, I like Linkin Park a lot, some classic DJ Z-Trip mashups, The Doors, [and] DJ Icey.
kymbny asks: Did you get gipped as a kid with the one gift for Christmas/birthday since your birthday was so close to Christmas?
A: I actually got some great combination gifts growing up, stuff I wouldn’t have gotten for one or the other. I did get upset though that I never had Happy Birthday sung to me in homeroom…
prizedham asks: If you could have any role, from any movie or show, from any time, what would it be and why?
A: Indiana Jones or Han Solo. I grew up wanting to be Harrison Ford’s characters. They were both these rogue-ish heroes that went on these incredible adventures. They were smart, funny, and always got the girls… everything I’ve been through from high school to college to my entire career in LA has been in hopes of playing characters like these in film.
To read all the other question and answers, go to their site by clicking here.