Matt Bomer and Mark Feuerstein Have All the Right Moves

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Last week, USA Network stars Matt Bomer ("White Collar") and Mark Feuerstein ("Royal Pains") hosted an intimate dinner for press at The Lion in New York City's Greenwich Village. Omg! scored an invite to the swanky soiree, where everyone toasted the season return of the two hit shows, nibbled on tuna tartar, and got to chat casually with the handsome actors. Turns out, both of them know how get their groove on.

Feuerstein, 40, who portrays hot Dr. Hank, said he first learned of the Hamptons -- the wealthy oceanfront community where "Royal Pains" takes place -- while attending the famed Dalton School in Manhattan as a teen. But it wasn't a completely high-brow childhood for Feuerstein, who revealed that he spent most of his free time as a kid hosting break dancing sessions at the temple he attended on the Upper East Side. He even made T-shirts for his crew and learned to pop and lock on cardboard boxes. Who knew the Ivy league actor (who actually attended Princeton) had a hip-hop background?!

Apparently, Bomer, 34, has a few dance moves of his own. While filming "Magic Mike" -- a movie about male strippers also starring Matthew McConaughey, Alex Pettyfer, and Channing Tatum -- the "White Collar" actor managed to pick up some tips from Tatum, who has been extremely open about his real-life past as an actual stripper. Bomer credits "Magic Mike" choreographer Alison Faulk for playing to his strengths and helping to cover up some of his, um, more awkward dance scenes.

Bomer also noted that one of the best parts of being cast in the Steven Soderbergh flick, which will hit theaters this spring, was getting to work alongside his old Carnegie Mellon college buddy Joe Manganiello ("True Blood"), who will make a guest star appearance on the January 31 episode of "White Collar." With that said, it's no surprise that Bomer wouldn't mind being invited to play a sex-crazed vampire on the hit HBO series. (Matt, we wouldn't mind either.)

Catch Matt Bomer and Mark Feuerstein on their respective shows Tuesdays ("White Collar") and Wednesdays ("Royal Pains") at 10 p.m. ET/PT on USA.

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