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NEIL PATRICK HARRIS (Himself) returns to the "Harold & Kumar” franchise, having previously appeared in "Harold & Kumar Go to White Castle” and "Harold & Kumar Escape from Guantanamo Bay.” Earlier this year, he starred in the global smash hit "The Smurfs,” bringing the beloved cartoon series to the big screen.

Harris can currently be seen as the womanizing Barney Stinson on the hit CBS comedy series "How I Met Your Mother,” which has garnered him multiple Emmy Award and Golden Globe nominations, as well as a People's Choice Award for Favorite TV Comedy Actor, and a Critics' Choice Award for Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series. In 2010, Neil won two Emmy Awards, for his guest-starring turn on the critically acclaimed series "Glee," and as the host of the 63rd Annual Tony Awards. In addition to hosting the 2009 Tony Awards, Harris also served as host and producer of both the 65th Annual Tony Awards and the 61st Annual Primetime Emmys. Named one of the "2008 Entertainers of the Year” by Entertainment Weekly, Harris was also included on Time Magazine's 2010 Time 100 List, an annual list of the world's leading thinkers, leaders, artists, and heroes.

Harris gained notoriety on the small screen as the much-adored title character in "Doogie Howser, M.D.,” for which he earned a Golden Globe nomination. Harris' additional television credits include the NBC comedy series "Stark Raving Mad,” the CBS mini-series "Joan of Arc,” Showtime's "The Man in the Attic,” the classic TNT telefilm "Cold Sassy Tree,” "My Antonia,” "The Wedding Dress” and CBS's top-rated telefilm of 2005, "The Christmas Blessing.” He has also made notable guest appearances on such shows as "Will & Grace," "Ed," "Sesame Street," and "Boomtown."

Harris also starred as the aspiring super villain and lovelorn title character in Joss Whedon's Emmy award-winning web-based musical miniseries, "Dr. Horrible's Sing- Along Blog.” Furthering his appeal with the online community, Harris was also one of the leading cast members of the all-star web-based hit "Prop 8: The Musical. A veteran of the theatre, Harris tackled the leading role of Bobby in the New York Philharmonic's concert production of Stephen Sondheim's "Company” at Lincoln Center.

The all-star production was also filmed for a subsequent theatrical release. Harris has starred in three Broadway productions, including the dual roles of The Balladeer/Lee Harvey Oswald in the Tony Award-winning musical "Assassins.” He had made his Broadway debut in the Pulitzer Prize-winning production of "Proof,” and later starred as the emcee in "Cabaret” at Studio 54. His additional theatrical credits include roles in the Geffen Playhouse production of Arthur Miller's "All My Sons,” "The Paris Letter” at the Kirk Douglas Theatre,” tick, tick…BOOM!” at London's Menier Chocolate Factory, "Romeo & Juliet” at the Old Globe Theater in San Diego, the concert production of "Sweeney Todd” at Lincoln Center in New York, and the Los Angeles production of "Rent,” which brought him a Drama Desk Award.

Continuing his association with the Pulitzer Prize-winning production, Harris made his musical directorial debut with the Hollywood Bowl's recent staging of Jonathan Larson's "Rent.” In July 2007, Harris made his theatrical directing debut with the original comedic script "I Am Grock” at the El Portal Theatre in North Hollywood, and he later mixed his love of magic and theatre in directing "The Expert at the Card Table” at the 2008 Edinburgh Fringe Festival. Most recently, Harris directed a production of "The Expert at the Card Table” at the Broad Stage Theater in Los Angeles.

Harris's feature film debut was a starring role opposite Whoopi Goldberg in the coming-of-age drama "Clara's Heart,” for which he received his first Golden Globe nomination. His other film credits include roles in the independent comedy "The Best & The Brightest," "Beastly,” the hit urban comedy "Undercover Brother,” Paul Verhoeven's "Starship Troopers,” "The Next Best Thing,” with Madonna, and "The Proposition.” The multi-talented Harris also enjoys a busy schedule in the world of voiceovers.

He voiced the character of Lou in "Cats & Dogs: The Revenge of Kitty Galore,” as well as the character of Steve the Monkey in the box office sensation "Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs,” based on the beloved children's book by Judi and Ron Barrett. In addition, he has lent his voice to numerous animated series, including "Batman: Under the Red Hood”; the CBS holiday special "Yes, Virginia”; the recent musical episode of "Batman: The Brave & The Bold,” as The Music Meister; "Justice League: The New Frontier,” as Barry Allen/The Flash; and the top-rated MTV series, "Spider-Man,” voicing Peter Parker/Spider-Man, Harris can be heard in such video games as "Eat Lead: The Return of Matt Hazard” and "Spider Man: Shattered Dimensions.” He has also created character voices for numerous books on tape, including Henry and Ribs, by Beverly Cleary; Slake's Limbo; Ribsy; Lump of Coal; A Very Marley Christmas; and the award-winning children's book Henry Huggins.

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