Patrick Harris, Neil, Lucky Chang discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast
Dude. I'm here with my brother Christian. Hello, people might be surprised to learn this. We have the same parents say mother and father. Yeah. Our father put the same genetic material into our mother, okay. Isn't that crazy? That's how we all start from this like weird explosion of like ecstasy. And then people get like that. Tis Mwale get wrapped in pink. And it's all like dressed up fancy, but it starts like sweaty aggressive, so sacred anointing these little babies with oil, and it all started with like. Oh, and that's how we're here America. And that we've applied cast because of that little explosion. Well, I'll tell you who stopped listening definitely our father, probably our mother. This is a weekly show a weekly interview show for gonna be talking to actors musicians thinkers mutes we're gonna have a lot of mutes on. It's going to really get into it with mimes. We wanna know how they get the most out of life really because as we established life is short. Yeah. And we wanna ask bigger questions. Like, you know, what's your favorite emoji? Let's say and speaking of emojis, do you believe in God stuff like that? But our guest today is Neil, Patrick Harris. Neil somebody that we both known for a long time and always had fun with nails one of the most playful interesting curious people I've ever known, and we're gonna be talking a little bit about the world drag Neil and his husband David have a documentary coming out called wig, which is all about weak stock, which is a cultural movement that's been happening for many years in New York. And so I hope you guys enjoy my conversation with Neil, Patrick, Harris. I hang out with only a door guys. Yeah. That's that's the one requirement warming here. But but you strike me as somebody who I can't imagine a Christian. I often say that it's a rare combination to be confident and not Dushi, Dino, you have that you possess that you are known by every I mean, you're very recognized recognizable face. How does that again? Not a good thing. Bad thing. I've I'm sure that came with its own frustrations. But what were the what were the what were the bonuses of that? And what were the Luneta then? Yeah. Yeah. I could get into clubs really in LA without any kind of fake ID or anything. And did you do that? I did. Yeah. Yeah. I would flirt with drew Barrymore's. Mom. A really you flew Jade Jade head into the club. Are you being serious super serious kidding? Yeah. So you might way more partying when I was nineteen and twenty then I and I had a fake ID, my friend Chuck got me a good fake ID over in downtown LA, fifty bucks. Very exciting didn't need it. Because I was get on the TV show. I think it was like when Webster would come in manual Lewis would be in the corner. Like Neil, Patrick Harris over and that side would let me in to think. I I didn't look like I was twenty one and tell us about thirty four right. Yeah. You're young young looking kit. What was your fake ID name? No as my own name. Okay. Thunderball Harris, so weird MD pay white three names. Did you ever think about just Neil hair? Another Neil Harris in the Screen Actors Guild. Okay to you. Speaking of the drag circuit, drag queens, inappropriate words, still track Queen clean. Yeah. Please. Great queens. Great. I mean, I say like, no. No one drag for a living. But I think queens to remember that bar on I and I called Waikiki walleyes. Why can't you always a Tiki bar, right? Next door to that Curio drag bar called lucky Chang's. Oh, cool. Lucky Chang's in the first time I ever said, I was an act out loud was at lucky Chang's. We would go get all liquor up you'd have zombie one of those drinks, they all the the flaming..