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 Kumar: Where will you go now?

Neil Patrick Harris: ...wherever God takes me.

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"Neil Patrick Harris won an Emmy for his one-episode stint as an embittered former Glee rival of Will's; something I didn't even know you could win an Emmy for but I guess when you are Neil Patrick Harris all things are possible."
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Neil Patrick Harris (born June 15, 1973), occasionally nicknamed NPH, got his first big break as the title character of Doogie Howser, M.D. when he was a teenager. He managed to establish himself in theater (Rent, Toby in Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street) after that, as well as taking roles in films such as Starship Troopers and Undercover Brother. He took his career to the big screen again in 2004, playing... Neil Patrick Harris, a crude Jerkass womanizer in Harold and Kumar (pretty much an Up to Eleven version of the Former Child Star stereotype). He then went on to play the part of the womanizing Barney Stinson in How I Met Your Mother. Shortly afterwards, he came out as gay, and proceeded to play a singing shoe fairy in a Sesame Street cameo.

Of course, in Internet circles, he's probably most famous for his leading role in Doctor Horribles Sing Along Blog. He later used his musical talent to play The Music Meister in the Musical Episode of Batman the Brave And The Bold and plays Nightwing in Batman: Under the Red Hood, and again used his musical talent as Doctor Blowhole in The Penguins of Madagascar. He worked alongside Mike Nelson on the Riff Trax of Willy Wonka and The Chocolate Factory. An episode of Adventure Time featured him as Prince Gumball, the gender flipped version of Princess Bubblegum. He's done some voice acting, lending his voice to Spider-Man in both the 2003 series and Amazing Spider-Man in Spider-Man: Shattered Dimensions.

On August 21, 2010 he won his first Emmy awards thanks to his stellar guest appearance on Glee and awesome hosting of last year's Tony Awards.

NPH has been in a relationship with David Burtka since 2004. In January 2010 he was voted "Gay Man of the Decade" after a fierce Twitter war against John Barrowman. It was once said of NPH that "Neil Patrick Harris is so manly, only another man could possibly satisfy him." And in the fall of 2010, Neil and David became daddies to twins.

Not to be confused with Christopher Masterson, who looks very similar to him.

Some roles Neil has played includes:

Tropes used in Neil Patrick Harris include:


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