'Magic Mike' Men: See Their Career Evolution (PHOTOS)
For starters, heartthrob Channing Tatum, 32, made his Tinseltown debut in 2005 appearing in the sports-drama, Coach Carter. But the moment fans began swooning over the talented hottie was in 2006, when Channing impressed in Step Up with his standout bad boy dance roll.
Magic Mike costar, newlywed, and father of two, Matthew McConaughy, 43, has become a familiar face in box office hits.
When he’s not busy working on films, he can be found working on his physique. The buff actor can be spotted in over a dozen all-time favorite films including, How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days, Ghosts of Girlfriends Past, The Wedding Planner, and Failure to Launch.
Which brings us to our next Magic Mike movie star. This Beastly star is far from dreadful. Alex Pettyfer, 22, might have been recognized for his Gap commercials in the past, but this handsome starlit has stared amongst some of the biggest names in showbiz, including Justin Timberlake, Vanessa Hudgens, and Amanda Seyfried.
Best known for his hunky shirtless roles on One Tree Hill and True Blood, Joe Manganiello, 35, has been a popular actor in the TV scene for quiet some time. White Collar, Two and a Half Men, and CSI: NY are just some of the sitcoms the beefy bachelor has graced.
However, Manganiello is not the only Magic Mike star best known for being on a television series. The magically delicious star, Matt Bomer, 34, made his acting debut in 2000 on the daytime drama, All My Children, and he's now stars on the USA show White Collar.
For more of the career evolution of the Magic Mike men, check out the gallery above.
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