22 Burst results for "Neil Patrick Harris"

Remembering Fountains of Wayne Singer, Adam Schlesinger

Fresh Air

02:17 min | 6 months ago

Remembering Fountains of Wayne Singer, Adam Schlesinger

"Adam Schlesinger was fifty two when he died Wednesday as Stephen Thompson of NPR music wrote Schlesinger's work spread joy and kind hearted humor he co founded the band fountains of Wayne was nominated for an Oscar for writing the title song for Tom Hanks film that thing you do wrote songs for the Drew Barrymore Hugh grant rom com music and lyrics and won three Emmys for his son for the TV series crazy ex girlfriend he also co wrote a song that I think is one of the best Tony awards ceremony moments ever it was in two thousand eleven when Neil Patrick Harris hosted here's Harris performing that song it's a tribute to Broadway called it's not just for gays anymore this world is Chris it's not just senior citizens really only homosexuals that was Neil Patrick Harris hosting the Tonys in two thousand eleven singing a song co written by Adam Schlesinger and DJ jabber Baum a former head writer for the daily show with Jon

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"neil patrick harris" Discussed on Sunday Sitdown with Willie Geist

Sunday Sitdown with Willie Geist

13:12 min | 1 year ago

"neil patrick harris" Discussed on Sunday Sitdown with Willie Geist

"WanNa push them. I mean look I was a kid actor threw myself on a TV show. I was given a lot of responsibility at a really early age and I I loved it and it didn't sink me you know and and I think that kids deserve to be pushed and honored and treated with respect and I hope these books does my wife and I always say that books often don't give kids enough credit shore shore curiosity what they understand about the world but they want to learn about the world you definitely you definitely do here. you mentioned your Childhood in Mexico working in the bookstore when did the acting light turn on for you as a kid because it seems like it was pretty young that you had some sent two hundred to perform yeah. I was always I was. I was never shy about performing and I think that must have been the unique sort of thing. I think a a lot of kids boys especially don't WANNA sing before their voices changed because it sounds like they're singing soprano parts and I had no that didn't bother me at all so I sang with our fiscal church choir all adults and little knee singing the Halloween chorus. It didn't bother hit that no yeah I do. I can so I was always kind of a precocious ocean performer I suppose and I would love to go to six flags in Middle America and I'd go right to the shows and I watch those review shows and see the people missing in costume changes set would flip around. I thought that was so cool. I wanted to do a roller coaster. Yeah the song and dance yeah loved really turned gone by like the the eighties. Tribute shows hadn't even know the song they gossip. I'd love this. Maybe the stunt shows into sort of the physical performance right and so then I wound up through weird circumstance going to a summer drama camp for a week for one of the colleges in New Mexico go to Mexico State University and Mark Medoff playwright recently passed away had written movie called Clara's heart and they happen to be casting costing it had nothing to do with the camp it was completely separate and I was there and happened to be in his one of his classes and he thought just getting interesting new idea so I had me put on tape and I wound up getting a movie and everything Kinda go from acting camp to now. You'RE GONNA move with Whoopi Goldberg Yeah and nominated for a Golden Globe award yeah at howled thirteen fourteen years old something like you're young. So what did that mean to your life to now okay. those are professional job did a pretty good job now. What do I do from here. I live at home in New Mexico but I'm getting these calls. La How did you handle that it was. It's all like a bucket list. It was so fun it was hey you've got just audition to do to be in a TV movie with Lonnie Lonnie Anderson where you play her her handicapped son no Patrick Duffy's handicapped son and Lonnie Anderson rounds you in a lake. That's the pitch that's the pitch sure. That sounds like great fun. When did we start shooting so I go for for four weeks now. A super cool and I go back to school so it all just felt like this. We never uprooted ourselves and and wanted to make a career out of it. It just seems like this this random thing that I got to do sometimes and we never wanted to do a TV show because that was done just that it would have had the whole family my parents were attorneys and you can't really practice law and a different state and so we never really wanted to do TV by current said unless it was like a Stephen Bochco show 'cause they loved. La Law and Hill Hill Street Blues and then sure enough telephone rings this Stephen Bochco guys doing this show about that kid dr you'd be perfect cut to US moving to moving to Los Angeles doing just that those an automatic yes when he called no he didn't he offer me the Gig I went and met with him auditions and then. I don't think he thought I was the right guy for a long time because they kept auditioning all over all over America and then I wound up finally getting the job and when I went to set right before we started shooting. All the crew members were wearing shirts that they they had printed this at all. Play Doogie has been taken them that long to cast role so so I but I wound up getting on that Gig and that was I was four years and then it became very real right then you're then you're in the in the machine gene of television which you know is corporate and cool. There's a there's no way you could have imagined what that show is going to become but there's a story. That's told that you've when you've told before we're Stephen. I get sat with you and your family before the show even started. Some things are about to change in your life in ways. You probably can't comprehend yet. It was a very very wise man. Fantastic writer obviously changed the game of television intrinsically and I think he recognized that we were from small town New Mexico. I didn't have parents that were in the industry. It was all kind of a Lark and he sat us down at a restaurant on Pico Boulevard Arden said this is GonNa be a game changer. This will change your life not in a you've won the lottery. This'll change your life kit way way but this is gonNA alter your life and in here was my his lesson on Perspective and he used surfing metaphor because I think he lived in Brentwood which is near the water and he said imagine that you catch this wave and you're surfing and it's great and here's hoping the show becomes a success and that's what happens that wave will end crash. Now you may not crash in hurt yourself but you're gonNA finish the wave and you have have to figure out and decide if you're going to get back on the on the board and paddle back out and try again to catch another wave and in doing so you're going to get hit by a lot of waves coming on towards you and then you'll finally make it out there and you'll sit on the on the board and then you're GonNa have to wait for the next set of ways to come in and and that kind of perspective I've found very helpful because it's very true about this industry for as many for you know you can be on game of thrones and then you're on game of thrones right and then game of thrones ends and then you're auditioning right so not. It's not like your career is done on or your nobody anymore or that was all for nothing. It's just means you're sitting on a on a on a surfboard and you need to have the perspective to wait for another set of way so many people as you know don't even get back out from shore the one crash and they don't even get back out there. The stories stories are many of what's happening young stars in Hollywood. What was it about you or maybe your family or maybe that perspective. You got that allowed him to prevent that from happening thing to you because you were obviously thriving a well adjusted guy with a great family you didn't you didn't crash again really happen. I I I yeah I don't know I mean I wasn't drawn towards hardcore drug abuse. I wasn't abused as a kid. My parents were super for smart almost logical to a fault. Sometimes I think they took the entertainment industry in Hollywood in general is as a cautionary cautionary tale as opposed to this beautiful ether that they want to jump in and swim. They were kind of Let's calm it down. What's make sure so. They were a very grounding force and I really appreciate them for that but more so I don't know I've. I really enjoy the process. I'm not experiential learner. I can sit and read a book and learn about history of Italian town and I can memorize memorize it and look at the photos and I get it but when I go to an Italian town I'm wandering the streets and I'm learning about the history. I remember it you know because I'm there and I'm part part of it right and not that's what I instill in my kids and though I just hungry to do I wanna go see things I want to. I love that we're doing an interview in an an actual actual location where you can see things just makes it memorable for me and so when successes come and go you don't have control over likes it and who how performs the first week at the box office or or whether you get another season of the show but you can enjoy the process while it's happening opening and so. I've I've been interested in lots of different skill sets. I was on a TV show for a long time and got really good at being a twentieth century. Fox sound stage and knowing how to not go like this one and talking over my shoulder got good at sitting standing still but then I wanted wanted to theater so I could move my body and then that's a whole different vibe and Super Fun to have an audience there that you can sense what they're what whether they're bored or whether they're antsy. ANC or whether they're into it and how to maintain that and that's exciting but so different from going to a circus where you're in a giant tent you know when people blur performing wondrous things right in front of you and that's so different from going to the nomad hotel and seeing a magic show going up to to the second floor and following cards on the ground until you go into this place and you meet someone and he you know there's those experiences I love so I'm a big process person. The answer your question of of how her severe I just enjoy working much more than I enjoy and need the approval afterward. Did you run into post Doogie Howser as big. A success is that was casting. Directors and other people saying you were great on that show. I don't know how to fit you in because everybody sees you. Do you hauser yeah. Yeah I mean not me kind of way but back then that was eighty nine to ninety two so the Internet was not happening in the same way and when you were on television you weren't in movies. There was a pretty big divide because really the Internet allowed the Amazons and the net flicks is to start hiring movie people for short run television. Things on the Cross pollinating has happened to is such an extent now that if you're working on anything that's great but back then you were a TV actor so it was definitely there was definitely a grass is greener over there kind of thing when you see kids that you grew up with making movies and you kind of have this weird hilarious. Doogie howser name and you're going in to audition for a part in a movie. The movie casting directors weren't so anxious to cast television people just because there was a divide not because right on anything wrong right so oh for sure and that's when I switched over theater because weirdly being on television show is really great when you're in the theater right 'cause. They're just trying to get butts in seats. That's right so they can say from this show and then that's good so I got to do theatre where you don't get paid much money but your spirit gets filled assure you you overcome a lot of personal challenges. I had no idea until I was reading a few things about you because I saw Harold and Kumar go to white castle and you were funny the end version of yourself but I didn't realize that it was like for you anyway. In terms of film and TV was sort of a turning point for you because it's in a weird way. Give you an edge and rebranded you and maybe made how I met your mother possible that fair to say I would probably probably I think think because I was a child actor that everyone is worried that you're going to snap whereas you've had some terrible upbringing and so no one would ever joke around about it. I guess and so the fact that Harold and Kumar came along at a time when I was doing theater and then it sort of it was sort of reverential in away John Hayden who wrote that they were they liked they were big fan of Doogie howser and they liked me as an actor so they thought it would be fun to do a a twisted version of it so I was sort of taking the piss out of it. A little bit were they were with drug addled sort of super horny super sexed up version version of me who steals cars and didn't care about anything and I so I didn't know anything about the process of that. I just found out it was this movie and apparently I was in uh right so that was kind of great today's work and I think the fact that I was able to not be so precious about my self in a way.

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"neil patrick harris" Discussed on Dude Soup

Dude Soup

03:10 min | 1 year ago

"neil patrick harris" Discussed on Dude Soup

"<hes> Steve Martin. Everybody else is of course that really everyone knows Steve Martin Short <hes> he's he's been sort of edged out of the public. Okay gets public and Steve Martin has to. I don't know that everybody knows I'm seeing him tonight and Martin say what a great show excited I would say they're not <hes> Trivia. Everyone knows who mistreat me same same deal Ron MacDonald lassie Nah Okay Healy Baldwin yes no. She's fairly bomber who she really Baldwin Justin Bieber. I don't know who Hayley you've seen pictures over. There's no prestige there. There's no prestige prestige but you're only she choose a model. That's married to justine. She's Stephen Baldwin's daughter that too but it doesn't matter it. Would you say Stephen Baldwin then by Okay Haley bow fine. They knew let's Bennett Hilly Baldwin Ille- ball or does it no. He thinks he's wrong but he had no idea of the wrong person was built healy wrong. She's over there at her on the right yes. That's Jim Carey. Yeah okay <hes> Val kilmer. Stop Stiller Adam Sandler. Yes Neil Patrick Harris but wine sorry. I'm watching limits. I know more what went on Yeah. It's pretty obvious yeah I don't. I don't think he's nerd culture. He's like angry. I I just WanNa hear I think are famous by the way I'm not saying. He's not yes. I'm not saying he's not like it was like zealous or whatever who's the other guy in Hobbs and the bad guy <hes> he's sitting there to be honest with you. Okay has a long career and also he's been in the public eye for a pretty long time but not Elton John Anton Yeltsin no Oscar Isaac No. I I think people want to know why or why not okay so Oscar Isaac. They don't know his name okay. They know who he is. They don't know his name as popular so it was like Daisy Ridley or John Boyega. They don't know their name trying to go through the rest of the cast in Lucia di Benicio Del Toro Laura dern Carrie Fisher a-list okay Geneva Jimmy Fallon is he he lists. I I would think is do we fallen has access to so many celebrities like Regis. What whatever what everybody know who Jimmy Fallon's if you went to a tiny little village in India and said Jimmy Fallon they know Jimmy Fallon? I don't think they want. Maybe I guess there's English talk. Show hosts that I've never heard of people other huge like Jim. Norton Norton did it but the thing is when Conan's been doing his travel. Show people go and people are waiting in these countries those that one like governor Norway or Conan's probably Hilas John Madden Jason Momoa one now I don't right now. He might be Heinrich Alley Harry now she I would say hundred capital is also I agree with this list..

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"neil patrick harris" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long

Life is Short with Justin Long

01:59 min | 1 year ago

"neil patrick harris" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long

"Sure. You got a man scape? You gotta look your best. I don't do as much as disrespectful, I'm surprised. That was straight guys. It's that, you know, yes, you can go this far. A couple more centimeters. It's real taint thrashing with the straight cuts, the taint of Gibraltar. Yeah. I mean, why would you you're right? I mean it doesn't really make as much as except the ads is not a focal point in my, you know, in that interesting. It's not just not a focal point. But what was your question about that about? Why does confused as to why why when you're enjoying something physically the? Measurable? If you like someone down that far why limit yourself? Well, then it feels like it's almost homophobic in its own wailing. I like that too much. What does that mean something I'm not saying that you'll that way. No, I was surprised I was having conversation with somebody else about that. And I was like, really that's interesting. You right now you've given me food for do you want me to pause for, like three seconds. So we can when that gets edited out, you can then. Again, I think that's interesting. Sweetheart. Do. Witnessed the rise of a hero, marvel studios presents captain marvel in all new adventure, from a previously unseen period in the history of the marvel cinematic universe in this action packed story, the MC you introduces its first standalone female franchise, title character. Carol danvers aka captain, marvel set in the nineteen nineties, captain marvel sidesteps, the traditional origin, story template with Carol danvers already. Possessing her superhero powers, leaving her earthly life behind. She joins an intergalactic elite military team called star force, but after Dan versus trained and become a valued member of star for she finds herself back on earth with new questions about her past. She quickly lands on the radar of one Nick fury, and the Paramus worked together against a formidable enemy in the form of scrolls who are planning an invasion of earth..

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Life advice from Neil Patrick Harris

Life is Short with Justin Long

01:12 min | 1 year ago

Life advice from Neil Patrick Harris

"neil patrick harris" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long

Life is Short with Justin Long

03:54 min | 1 year ago

"neil patrick harris" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long

"It's any could I could literally just walk around and sit on someone's lap and the audience and like grab their kids and then like go up and walk around and like sort of give guy a hand job while they suck on his neck while he's playing a saxophone and the non then push him away sound of music. Truly and I never in my life, a Ben in a role that would allow that sure be I never thought of myself as a person who would be allowed that, but with that comes sort of sexual swag or swagger that you have to own. Because if you sure act shocked at what you're doing doesn't that doesn't, isn't it? No real see through it. I mean, I, I would imagine. I would imagine an audience, especially like a Broadway, like post Alan come. They, they, they will know if you're not owning it. It's the best thing about doing theater that is that you can sort of fake it. But you're doing it in repetition enough times that you realize you do it. Yeah. So it's like Hedwig I did, which was in complete drag. I mean transgender drag and I had never ever even lock it heels before. So I had to then not only be confident as a woman, but, like a well past insecurities of it because she was old and had been doing that for years and years. So that was that was the trot. Acting. How did you do that? How did you literally just walk around you just got? I mean, did you befriended, Willam belli who was drag all rupaul drag race all star was on season, two got kicked off? He's still amazing and a friend and that was after when how much your mother was ending. And we just went in the rehearsal room and he brought some wigs and heels and taught me how to walk them tricky. Now, these are all supports that can transcend specific type of sexuality heterosexual homosexual was there, ever a concern that as there may have been after doogie howser. I'm going to be seen in this light. I'm now going to be seen in this light. I think I was more afraid of that when that was worth being afraid of which was, I think four or five years before. I mean okay free. Ellen coming out on TV this is now who you are. There was a big glass ceiling that no one had broken through. And so everyone, I think was concerned that it may affect future job opportunities and back, then it probably on the same being on. Tv meant that you didn't get to be in movies totally. So, I think I was kind of just guarded as a performer because I didn't want to commit too much and accidentally reveal too much. Yeah. So I had this sort of intrinsic internalized kind of homophobia about what it meant if your legs are crossed this way versus this way, how people would take it if you were sitting on your wrist was not perfectly spent a lot of time processing all of that. So getting to play something that was hyper, sexual great and Mike coming out happened during how I met your mother where you're playing this very. I mean he's, he's such a he's straight layer. Yeah. Yeah. Straight, but fun down with anything and made out with two year olds and dogs, very sexual behavior sexual is. And this is what this is how so much America's now absorbing you in this capacity seeing this character. And so I think that the bro totally your you still. I mean, I see you sometimes those Heine. Commercials are like your that's a bro. Econoline. Demographic, that is meant that, that's how he's very pleased that I was doing I was I was accepted by that demographic. Yeah. When all of the, the coming out happened. Well, I think it also did a lot for the community. I think it was a huge thing that, that happened to coincide that role the timing of your coming out because, you know, it's like it I think it'd probably dispelled a lot of myths about what gay performers are here, you are convincingly playing this kind of guy to a mass audience, and so, you know, it didn't really matter..

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Lily Tomlin, Tomlin Goldie Hawn And Flicks discussed on Steve and Ted

Steve and Ted

00:42 sec | 1 year ago

Lily Tomlin, Tomlin Goldie Hawn And Flicks discussed on Steve and Ted

"Fifty years later net. Flicks is celebrating laugh in FOX is paying tribute to a classic variety series with still laugh in star. Celebrate attribute marking the fiftieth anniversary of the NBC sketch comedy series the net. Flicks special will be recorded from Holly. He would still be theater Friday, March eighth and feature original star lily Tomlin. Ringing ring returning to revive her Edith and Ernestine characters Tomlin. We'll be joined by Billy crystal, Tiffany haddish. Neil, Patrick, Harris, Tae digs and more as well. As a regional cast member JoAnne Worley, laughing launched the careers of Tomlin Goldie Hawn and Saturday Night Live mastermind

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"neil patrick harris" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

03:01 min | 2 years ago

"neil patrick harris" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

"No one loves Neil Patrick Harris more than Neil Patrick Harris. I'm kidding. We love it. It was so happy to have him here. Let's talk about books talking about TV shows talk about magic. Let's talk about everything that you talk about with Neil Patrick Harris. Vote n. p. h. welcome to the show. I'm I'm an acronym. How are you? You're an acronym. So an acrimonious. So you're not an e- got yet, but you're an et I just an enemy of an enemy EMMY a Tony have Emmys and a Tony. So Tony. Told him my favorite story. I was doing the red carpet at the Grammys in in Los Angeles, and I'm interviewing you for entertainment tonight. Nice and Madonna walked up behind us and she was up next in the middle of the interview. You said to me these words, I guess this is where you asked me to leave. Stay. Any woke pissed off. Really. I just assumed I feel a little out of place at the Grammys. Do you know what I mean? So I wouldn't Madonna's in the house. You kind of like Gaga or something. You just kind of gracefully an interview, the people of imports? Not her. I've interviewed her before. She said terror. Just like your accent. One. I can't tell where from as a beast, never interview. All right. I didn't movie with her. Which one? Why do you ask me these questions in the morning? My next best friend, no, my best. It was Rupert Everett and her and I played reverts friends who and my boyfriend had died of aids and we got to sing American pie at my boyfriend's funeral. So I got to sing American pie while crying with Madonna. Okay, bucket list moments. Then she was nice. They were lighting her in this movie. Very particularly to make her looks really great and in doing so they would put a shaft of light where is work to make her eyes standout, but in doing so, then she really couldn't move much in at the scenes because if she moved up down left to right, the light would notice it. So every scene, if you see in the movie, my next best friend, what's it called? It's called the next best thing. The next best thing Google. Patrick hal. No, she had to stand there the things to get to, but we've got about the book and it's so important. Talk about the book. Next of all, we must talk about how I met your mother, how many topics on our show have we ripped off from your show. So we nice, thank Carter bays and Craig Thomas, they created that show. What am I favor? It shows I've seen in a long time in of itself. Produced cried. Yeah. I mean, it was a one act piece of theater that was involved involved magic and a great guy named Eric don't. Guardiola played played here dean square theater, and it was amazing. Time. They did that ending. I have to know. You're a magician..

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From Big Bang to Game of Thrones, So Many of Your Favorite Shows Are Ending

Donna and Steve

01:19 min | 2 years ago

From Big Bang to Game of Thrones, So Many of Your Favorite Shows Are Ending

"Yesterday we. Were talking about the big bang theory going. By buys this will be its final. Season on TV they're entering their twelfth and final season the reason evidently is, according to reports that Jim Parsons. Sheldon on the show I did not wanna. Come back you just, thought I've kind of been there Even though they were standing to make another one million dollars per episode CBS was trying to sign them to a. Two year deal do the. Math there would have been about fifty million, dollars for two more. Years work on the show but they've already made a ton of money so they're going. By buys with that the website digital spy put out. A list of some other. Big shows, that are ending for good in two thousand nineteen there's some really big names so I we with the big bang theory then a few more and tell me. How you feel about these game of thrones by, entering its final season Ryan. Is a feel like it's time for that shy it's it's the right time it's they're they're not gonna drag it out like so many shows where, it happens with so many shows and. They're promising a. Lot of good things for this upcoming season many show stay on. Until it's no longer profitable and that's always. Not great it sounds like they're trying. To do it where they are just sticking with whatever their story is that, they got some prequels in the. Works here so where it's not over yet Over by a

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"neil patrick harris" Discussed on Ross Patterson Revolution!

Ross Patterson Revolution!

04:24 min | 2 years ago

"neil patrick harris" Discussed on Ross Patterson Revolution!

"Like you really have to think about it because cash neil patrick harris is the only one that's like in the reason by the way we love our guests we do the the reason why you have to think about it is this your thinking about it because you're concern with what the audience perception is going to be of whether or not that can believe you in that role doing that certain act of sex or being married to a woman or having kids or whatever the fuck it is so that's why i think it's okay it's about believability to not come out where people like just be who you are like no like four actors to it's like it's okay to to for them to keep their private lives private because they want you to go on whatever journey they get cast in right the best actors i think are the ones that you like never see out you never see on magazines you never know you can actually believe them tom roles hardy member rockwell like dana day lewis come on you never never see them out don't know what their real deal is and even when they talk they're kind of weird and like you don't really get a sense of them and so when you see them on screen it's like you go with it because you don't know too much about people like yeah and that's the thing about kevin spacey and like look his downfall was obviously unfortunate but but it's his own doing obviously we knew in town everyone since i moved there in two thousand that he was gay a new kevin spacey was gay he didn't wanna come out i mean it's forced to come out because of what happened to him on this to ship but like he did not want to come out for that exact reason of men he plays so many different roles when you go back and look at all of the shit that kevin spacey's done like it's crazy like american beauty and all that shit where you're like oh man he's played married guys he's played the ref he plays the article race actor villains he's played like mealy macho guys and really blanca feminine guys whatever so he's done it all and i totally understood why he didn't want to always was like yeah i get it i took our child sue this movie at the lake thing here in wilmington and the movie was nine lives never heard of it never seen it but kevin spacey was the lead christopher walken and he was kevin spacey's character was married to jennifer garner in it and this was this is knowing what i know oh now about kevin spacey and everything else i still watch this movie and believed it leapt him that's how good he is and i was like shit it's weird because he never quite said it during a mean it's like well he come out vans let he eventually eventually yes but i'm just saying like back in the day you knew but because he never said it you didn't know when you were watching so it's you know and neil patrick harrison gone girl i did go with it a little bit yeah there was how i met your mother yeah i went with his whole shit but yeah i mean look going back to the scar joe thing and tie in a bow in it it would be like you getting offended because you didn't get the lead white chicks but i'm always offended when i don't get roles but i know that i that i don't deserve anything we've had this conversation when another transgender was wanting to be on the runway for victoria secret right and the real deal about this business is that you do not deserve anything no matter how hard you work no matter how good you are you never nothing is ever given or you don't deserve it so anytime you get anything it's just like holy shit of a million things had to come together you were the right height or the right skin color you were the right thing you know you don't you're able to travel to canada you whatever come together so that you get this role it's never ever the exact best person obviously because i'm not in every movie yeah so it's never the best person and once you realize that and all these transgender once they once they realize that but nothing is ever deserve to them in this industry it's the only thing i can speak to.

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Roseanne Barr, Neil Patrick Harris and Rachel discussed on 24 Hour News

24 Hour News

01:10 min | 2 years ago

Roseanne Barr, Neil Patrick Harris and Rachel discussed on 24 Hour News

"Entertainment news roseanne show was cancelled but she could be up for an emmy pictures i'm getting rid of the ones those are the only ones where we look happy deadline says roseanne barr was submitted as a candidate in the lead actress in a comedy category before she tweeted a racist comment voting is currently underway and ends on june twentyfifth neil patrick harris is apologizing to rachel blooms he the sparkle of the concrete grass the creator of my ex crazy ex girlfriend was on the receiving end of some barbed tweets by harris during her work as a backstage host at the emmy at the tony awards bloom says of policy accepted clueless the musical is heading to off broadway the musical by the new group is scheduled to debut in november at the pershing square signature center wins news time five thirty nine sprinter and he paul check out the unrivaled iphone ten i can unlock by face they decide to make that face when you know but it's more fun this way get the unrivaled iphone ten now for just twenty dollars a month that's fifty percent off from sprint visit a sprint store sprint dot com slash iphone or call one eight hundred.

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"neil patrick harris" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"neil patrick harris" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"What is the meaning of this well there's some kind of you know phone emergency going on with julia wondering a doctor appointment possibly that must be made behalf of somebody's hollywood speak are we going to start with neil patrick harris all right give it to me well you know shortly after he shaded rachel bloom during sunday's tony yard show who's that lady in the little top hat backstage i don't know where he's known her for five years and her husband wrote for the show that he was on your mother is it do we have another tweet well now he criticized one of its major winners the boss himself bruce springsteen following bruce springsteen's performance neil patrick harris he didn't get the logic behind the singers victory well first of all was a special award he didn't wasn't really a victory i mean he wasn't a year missing i i'm going to have to hollywood spy expert no no no no he's live tweeting right during the tony right with his kids with his kids and everything and so because everybody was all about that yesterday one of the other things that he liked tweeted was he didn't understand why bruce springsteen was using a teleprompter it's like these he just using the temp teleprompters just not being willing to memorize your lines sometimes i don't know i don't know why neil patrick harris felt thirsty that he who else uses a teleprompter barbra streisand well no barbra streisand has been using it because she famously quit performing live for over twenty years she forgot the words but we're kelly clarkson i get it done i'm sorry kelly clarkson sang on the today show two songs on friday and she had a teleprompter here's what i'm going to hollywood species daniel patrick harris needs a job.

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"neil patrick harris" Discussed on The Writers Panel

The Writers Panel

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"neil patrick harris" Discussed on The Writers Panel

"Think i would watch ice to watch a lot of television to sort of emulate to kind of know like how to talk to girls or like how to interact party or something like that and so i would watch anything whatever you know i'm forty three so for me like wonder years or even like reruns of happy days or something whether it was something super saccharin or something more nuanced i would always use television as a barometer for figuring out like how to act in the world and i found that tv lied to me a lot that it's me off you remember specific examples yes oh yeah so the show about douglas howser to hauser so neil patrick harris for those who don't know played that he was like a teenage dr and so it was like part medical show part tina pimple show and it was very fun but there was like even bochco shows go yeah and so but it was but there was like scenes where like his girlfriend would break up with him and so he would be like i'm going to win it back so he would i remember there was like he rented a van and like it was like a karaoke van and like he like pulled up to her house and he's like sort of pulled like john cusack and say anything sort of thing and he he sang sinatra on top of the van like in her driveway yelling inter window and even back then like years before all the me to kind of stuff like i knew i was like that's super creepy and that will not work and it shouldn't work because that's awful didn't work on doogie it totally worked on wanda went for it.

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"neil patrick harris" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"neil patrick harris" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

"There are a lot of actors at there and i've talked to a lot of them and they'll usually tell you that playing the bad guy playing the villain is a lot more fun than playing the hero but it can be tough to transition into that kind of role especially if people think of you mainly as well the hero the nice guy take neil patrick harris for example you might have found him charming when he was hosting the oscars emmy's or the tonys by the way we're gonna have the tony nominations coming up in a little while segue there he's maybe made you laugh in how your mother you might have remember him when he was just like a little dole i'd teen and doogie howser md i don't think even if you're just starting to remember who neil patrick harris is i don't think you've ever seen him like this does this seem like a nightmare because that's the effect i was going for this time i have no worse i won't be satisfied with just your fortune i will rate you the cruelest ly imaginable the cruelest way imaginable that was neil patrick harris as count olaf in the netflix show a series of unfortunate events yeah decided him that you might not be used to seeing but if you think about it it's actually a role that makes a lot of sense for neil patrick harris if you know anything about them because this is a guy who's a bit of an old school entertainer like an entertainer he can sing he can dance he does magic as you're about to hear these are all things that come in handy when you're trying to be your best villain of course this is just the latest rolled neil patrick harris as step two in his long and winding career at one point in the interview he says something like i've been acting for thirty years and i'm in my forties so when he joined me from studio in vancouver we had a lot of ground to cover today on q you're gonna hear a special extended conversation with the.

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"neil patrick harris" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"neil patrick harris" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

"Some great guests coming up on q in the coming weeks including neil patrick harris he can sing he can dance and he's the host with the most when it comes to award shows for his latest role he takes on one of the meanest villains in children's literature count olaf in the netflix series assyria of unfortunate events based on the lemony snick books by daniel handler and yet watching the show you kind of end up liking count olaf who sings and dances and even does some magic tricks it seems like a role tailormade for neil patrick harris it's actually been fantastically freeing i wanted to make sure after having read the books and got into daniel handler's mind that olaf was singular in his intent which was just bad nece trying to destroy either the physical lives or the emotional wellbeing of three children and i wanted to make sure that it wasn't that there was no empathy that she didn't find that he was a good guy at all because i think in this story having him olaf behind them trying to stop them at all costs was important singularly so answer question it was easiest to play bad and weirdly fun we live as human beings i hope trying to make good good judgment decisions positive that have positive influence and so to get paid to do the opposite has been quite fun that's neil patrick harris on how much he enjoys playing the evil count olaf in the netflix show a series of fortunate events based on the lemony snick it series by daniel handler you'll hear his conversation with tom power next week.

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"neil patrick harris" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"neil patrick harris" Discussed on AP News

"A young neil patrick harris andy brought dennis franz as naked but the prime time with nypd blue known for taking risks he was legendary for pushing television the boundaries from storylines to language and nudity not everything he touched was gold basically blues and the officers who could carry a tune in cop rock never quite caught on those however are few and far if you like to swim naked with other people a rhode island campground has the job for you the dire woods nudist camp grounds looking for a life guard right now the providence journal reports dire woods nudist camp grounds help wanted notice for lifeguard this summer says kuala candidates must have excellent communication skills and the ability to work as part of a team campground president jimmy johnson's does the lifeguard can wear a swimsuit but it's not necessary the campground offers swimming hiking volleyball and asana for people who aren't afraid to bare it all johnson says there's really no difference between the dire woods camp and foster and regular campground he says it's a family campground and people just show up to relax in most cases classrooms are a phone free zone but as ap's mike hampton reports in the us cellphones are steadily gaining acceptance in public school a survey by the national center for education statistics shows about two thirds of public schools prohibited cell phones in the two thousand fifteen sixteen school year down for more than ninety percents six years earlier many teachers are also using cell phones as a learning tool however not all school districts are sold on the educational benefits in december seymour high school in connecticut imposed a cell phone ban the principal says since then students are getting more dining study hall and they're talking to each other more during lunch i'm mike helping thank you for listening to the ap radio network hey did you know.

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"neil patrick harris" Discussed on Off Camera with Sam Jones

Off Camera with Sam Jones

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"neil patrick harris" Discussed on Off Camera with Sam Jones

"Hey folks that's our show for today and that concludes our year but have good news we're coming right back after the new year with more new episodes of offcamera while we're away you can dive deep into neil patrick harasses work you can read the magic misfits to your children you can watch a series of unfortunate events on netflixing you can stream all two hundred and seven episodes of how and that your mother or you can just type in neil patrick harrison a youtube and prepare to be blown away i would recommend starting with the two thousand thirteen tony awards if you want to see just with this man is capable and i want to thank him for being the final guest of the year and i want to thank you the listeners for sticking with us on this show o'neill's episode is the one hundred and 29th episode of off camera and if you told me when i started this that i would still be doing it a one hundred twenty nine episodes later i would be blown away it's been such an incredible experience to sit down with these iconic artists and pick their brain for hours and hours about everything related to their process to their creative path to their fears and failures and to their unique ways of approaching their own careers and i hope the pearls of wisdom the stories the anecdotes have been as valuable to use they have been to me i hope to keep doing the show for a long long time and i appreciate all of you coming on this journey with me if you want to dig deeper into the journey of off camera go to offcamera talk com there you'll find access to all one hundred twenty nine episodes of the show via our offcamera monthly subscription for those of you who just listen to the show is a podcast that's great we love having you along but you should also know that we are a four khd glorious black and white television show as well and by watching these shows visually you can get right inside the.

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"neil patrick harris" Discussed on Off Camera with Sam Jones

Off Camera with Sam Jones

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"neil patrick harris" Discussed on Off Camera with Sam Jones

"Did i think some things up with them i think that there's something that that they're hiding or that they're not telling me and therefore i'm not i'm not as engaged with them yeah where i'd rather hang out with someone who's messy and all over the place because at least than i can get a read on them and think they're hilarious so it's it's it's what makes you unique it's what makes you complete when you're able to be who you are 'cause who you are as great i think gray hair is fantastic i think birthmarks are amazing i think tattoos are pretty cool i'd like i i don't think people need to be worried about acceptance because everyone's worried about acceptance riot so if we just always worried about being accepted all the time uh he kinda got to accept yourself and and that's a good place to start right so so certainly with with the gay conversation i don't think that people does need to be says judgmental about others regarding stuff i don't think that there there's a a singular right way to exist in be and so um i think we have had too much of that of of if you don't follow disbelief you're wrong in your bad because everyone has their own paths and i love watching people who were super cool with all of it some of my best favorite friends are married straight couples and their super okay with the gay with the flirty with the with the fun with the sas it doesn't affect their masculinity at all and they're just suit they know the person the sole behind it and i think that's a a much.

"neil patrick harris" Discussed on Off Camera with Sam Jones

Off Camera with Sam Jones

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"neil patrick harris" Discussed on Off Camera with Sam Jones

"Is good to know it's elanie i was just talking to a friend about now that i'm an adult i one of the things that things that bumps me is when i'm not allowed to be part of the process i was talking to bury sonnenfeld who is our executive producer and and director of half the series unfortunate events and ray kind of my my current mentor he's he knows his way around a camera and lens he's very very great has a great energy with the crew they respect him but they're afraid of him in the right dynamic and he knows actors and he knows how to be blunt with actors in a way that gets his gets his note accomplished but isn't mean but it's kinda mean took a good balance and he was asking me why would want to direct why would you wanna direct he told me always examples of as a director if you say you need ten more days on the on the film they will give you ten more days as an actor if you say we need ten more days they'll move mountains to make sure the trapped him were days you should act in things and i said right but here's the problem as the actor they bring you onto sat and they say okay quiet everyone the actors are upset and they make it where the crew has to leave and then the actors were hers and quietly and than than when you ready than they bring the crew in and then they show the scene and then they want you to leave and then they actually get to work then all the forty people who love or incredibly talented unskilled at what they do moving setting light suggesting things building tracks sir fixing painting all that all the people to work get to work and the actor people 'wander to the kraft service table are told us go to their motor home and sits.

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"neil patrick harris" Discussed on Off Camera with Sam Jones

Off Camera with Sam Jones

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"neil patrick harris" Discussed on Off Camera with Sam Jones

"Appear on a television episode of anything you never saw lee majors in a movie but he was the sixmilliondollar man yeah exactly right and so professionally it was a little bit strange 'cause i got this great gig and i worked hard on it and it was super fun when it was done it was it was kind of hard to get film work or um i guess more serious work from directors of import uh than it was to get a television movie where um which was also good work but it was again it wasn't a movie was a television free so is that weird bubble that i was in work wise where i would love to be auditioning for um action movies org for the side kick in a adventure film but i just wasn't going to get the gig because of the baggage that i had as a as a tv actor as being a tv actor not whether i was good or bad or whether it would anyone thought of that that was just car the rules then and those are just trenton the actor but a t actor who was so known as one thing i mean the name was its own weird things and was a weird thing because when someone would call me hey dugi it was hard for me to know what their intention was by doing that do they just know me as that name are they saying it in kind of a low blow i'm cooler than use sino that might be your achilles heel cell saul call you do key to power struggle the started the conversation is it 'cause they're just kind of ignorant and don't realize that i have an actual name diff i if i if i tell them that do ghiz not my name and my name's neil do i look like a dick are you patronize the eye.

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"neil patrick harris" Discussed on Off Camera with Sam Jones

Off Camera with Sam Jones

02:30 min | 3 years ago

"neil patrick harris" Discussed on Off Camera with Sam Jones

"This episode may disappoint you so pull up at share and listen it hyundai of hi sam thanks for doing this same at my pleasure i had a bone affect with you okay you do too much stuff and it's exhausting for me they'll trying to research to talk to you i mean where do you start right acting writing hosting executive producing producing directing yeah magician magician ing parenting the guy crazy i i do get around well let's let's start with the children because everyone knows children our future once you write a song about them yeah wouldn't that be good just say no but but you are doing a whole bunch of projects right now that have to do with kids um your count all off in a series of unfortunate events you've written a children's book called the magic misfits indeed you're hosting a show called genius junior yes an nbc quiz show uh were super smart kids so face off against each other teams of three cat so so is there a master plan to all the kids stuff at this moment are of you think an impetus for that i you know i i i've always been intrigued by the professional professionally speaking business wise i think it's good to have as many demographics in play as possible and i try to look at it from different perspectives so doing a smurfs movie a is good twofold one because uh kids would like the movie and there's something good about kids watching movies that are fund and that they like but also if it happens to be successful than your suddenly in a successful film which then put you on a smaller list of people who act in movies that make money and that's kind of a good business uh play as well totally but in doing so then i was realizing the value of of the younger uh market not only business wise but also planting seeds four as they get older as you know some people recognize me on the street because i'm on the street a lot and usually it's for high metscher mothers ride barney stinson dudes but a lot of kids are happy to see me from the spurs and like that's a great thing to be able to have.

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"neil patrick harris" Discussed on Ask Me Another

Ask Me Another

02:48 min | 3 years ago

"neil patrick harris" Discussed on Ask Me Another

"To wish it would die katie ted threats to dudes meet neil patrick harris on the way home from their favorite slider joint and then stop smoking pot the lovely story katie herald and kumar got away castle yes that's right now that is a tragedy said story a nun changes the lyrics of my god to my guy leaves the convent to become a lounge singer and witnesses the murder of a ghost new sorry this incorrect katie data the answer sister act that's right sister act now and then as punishment she ends up on the view to unemployed guys take two hundred dollars from a drug dealer in south central say hello to flee shah and end the day people watching on the front porch evan friday yes that's correct two guys in suits and sunglasses kick out the members of their banned one by one returning one to his wife aretha franklin and then drive to an illinois prison katie the blues brothers gun it i guess net version there on a mission from dog allow allow thank you a scottish nanny removes her big fake boobs and reveals he's struggling irresponsible actor then mary's the mother of his charges evan mrs doubtfire that is correct brazil ask clue a middle aged man become celibate starts collecting action figures and grows in his chest hair old virgin the threat let's go up as we were jianshan ask you to find out how our contestants did well we have a tiebreaker here it is a construction worker puts it destroyed printer back together and becomes a born software engineer who hates filling out as pt reports evan office space spaces right congratulations evan your one step closer to moving to our final round.

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