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He's actually quite talented, winning the Tannen's Magic Louis Award in 2006 and hosting the 2008 World Magic Awards.
Neil Patrick Harris Didn't Get an Emmys Nomination, but at Least He Thinks It's Funny Neil Patrick Harris Hits the Red Carpet With Twins Harper and Gideon — See How Big They've Gotten!“It’s a pure projection of your own current inadequacy. And not surprisingly, Patti Lu Pone does not take kindly to your petulant tantrum. , and has played everything from a ladies man to a super villain. Neil has been married to his gorgeous hubby David Burtka since 2014, but they've actually been together much longer — a decade longer actually, since they began dating in 2004.You can hop from page to page or just read it straight through; either way, you will find amusing anecdotes, from the first time he had gay sex to the time Scott Caan tried to get into a “fight” with him. Dustin Diamond is one of the “more unpleasant people” he has had to work with. Screech, for the kids' movie Purple People Eater, and he was not impressed: "[Diamond] goes out of his way to offend pretty much every person he comes across.” He also addresses Diamond’s accusation in his book Behind the Bell that NPH and Ed Alonzo (Max on Saved by the Bell) had an affair: “It’s a completely false story that propagates a vicious lie to the grand total of twenty-three people who buy his book, presumably ironically.” (Or, you know, for work.) 2. In the early '90s, sexually confused NPH was out on a date with Eden Sassoon, daughter of Vidal, when Scott Caan tried to start a fight with him.Caan and Sassoon were former paramours, so Caan started bumping his chest against NPH and yelling, “What’s up with the West Side, yo?He is a Tony Award–winning actor, an Emmy Award–winning host of the Tonys, president of the Magic Castle, and arguably the biggest out gay male celebrity.
You ostensibly get to live all of this amazing life through his new autobiography, Neil Patrick Harris: Choose Your Own Autobiography, which is written like an adventure book with multiple options.
The excitement and anxiety of what’s happening drives you into an even more analytic, introspective, meta-angsty place than usual. It serendipitously coincided with the Love Parade, a “glorious Teutonic rainbow freak show” where he felt “truly anonymous in public.” The next night, when he went to a “punk-industrial gay club,” his “self-monitoring switch turn[ed] itself off.” Out of the spotlight, he was able to actually enjoy himself, and he hooked up with a “superhot” circus performer named Christophe. But, big network star that he was, he didn’t have time to learn his material beforehand and was shaky at best. When he hosted the 65th Tonys, he worked on the now-famous opening number “It’s Not Just for Gays Anymore” with David Javerbaum and Adam Schlesinger.
Any chance of surrendering to and thus enjoying the moment is cut off by the constant internal monologue now set to hyperdrive: No one can know, you can’t tell anyone, this can’t happen again but what if it does …” But of course it happened again. After one scene, Lu Pone told him that he was “getting there,” which made NPH have a mini-meltdown and start yelling at her.
At a session at the Landmark Forum, he announced, “I am bisexual.” He writes, “In retrospect your admission of bisexuality will come to seem like a half-truth. insofar as you are prepared to acknowledge it at that moment.” 4. He steered the writers toward a Barney-Robin relationship on HIMYM.
He had his first gay sexual experiences while he was doing Rent. While walking along Eighth Avenue at 47th Street, NPH ran into his fellow Broadway performer Kate Reinders, who was with Burtka, a “rakishly handsome James Dean–like hot dude in a leather jacket and T-shirt.” He found out that he Burtka was in a relationship with a Hollywood publicist, so he just patiently hovered around “like an unusually considerate hawk politely waiting for the opportunity to swoop down and attack.” Then, when Burtka and the publicist broke up, they went on a date. NPH adores Cobie Smulders, who played Robin on How I Met Your Mother: “She’s exactly the kind of woman I would want to marry if women weren’t all gross [and] icky.” During seasons one and two, he started giving her “extra-long looks” to see what the writers would do, and sure enough, they hooked up before eventually getting married.
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