Publication of the book, "The Bro Code," actually written by How I Met Your Mother
(2005) creators Carter Bays
and Craig Thomas
, with one of the show's writers, Matt Kuhn
, "in the name of" Neil's character of Barney Stinson, with Kuhn, by Simon & Schuster, Manhattan, New York City, New York, USA (ISBN-13: 9781439110003).
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I heard through the grapevine that they'd written this movie and that I was in it, and that I had to call my attorneys and make it stop -- that it was a bad thing, and I read it and thought it was hilarious. A friend was auditioning for a different part in the movie and said, 'do you know about this movie that you're in?' - on playing "Neil Patrick Harris" in Harold & Kumar Go to White Castle
He is credited using all three names because there was already a different actor named Neil Harris in the Screen Actors Guild by the time he first got his SAG card. Harris joked on NPR's "Fresh Air with Terry Gross" that he uses all three names because it's "far more theatrical," and that he and his parents considered using names like "Neil Danger Harris" or "Neil Patrick Rocket".
Blonde hair and blue eyes