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(March 1999) Appeared (portraying Tobias Ragg) in a Reprise 20th Anniversary tribute concert of "Sweeney Todd," music and by Stephen Sondheim; book by Hugh Wheeler; based on a version of "Sweeney Todd" by Christopher Bond; music orchestrations by Jonathan Tunick; at the Ahmanson Theatre, Los Angeles, California, USA.

(January 1998) Appeared (portraying Mark Cohen) in the original national touring company of "Rent," music, lyrics and book by Jonathan Larson; music arranged by Steve Skinner; additional musical arrangements by Tim Weil; additional lyrics (for "Santa Fe" and "La Vie Boheme/I Should Tell You") and original concept by Billy Aronson.

(August 30, 1998 - October 10, 1998) Appeared (portraying Romeo) in William Shakespeare's "Romeo and Juliet" at the Old Globe Theatre, Balboa Park, San Diego, California, USA.

(January 3, 2003 - May 25, 2003) Appeared (portraying the Master of Ceremonies, replacing Raúl Esparza) in "Cabaret," musical revival; book by Joe Masteroff; music by John Kander; lyrics by Fred Ebb; based on the play by John Van Druten; based on stories by Christopher Isherwood; music orchestrations by Michael Gibson; dance and incidental music arranged by David Krane; original dance music arranged by David Baker; musical direction by Patrick Vaccariello; directed by Sam Mendes; co-directed and choreographed by Rob Marshall; on Broadway at Studio 54, Manhattan, New York City, New York, USA.

(March 31, 2004 - July 18, 2004) Appeared in the opening night cast (portraying Balladeer and Lee Harvey Oswald) of "Assassins," original musical; book by John Weidman; music and lyrics by Stephen Sondheim; musical direction by Paul Gemignani; music orchestrations by Michael Starobin; based on an idea by Charles Gilbert Jr.; directed by Joe Mantello; musical staging by Jonathan Butterell; on Broadway at Studio 54, Manhattan, New York City, New York, USA.

(1998) Appeared (portraying Mark Cohen) in the original national touring company of "Rent," music, lyrics and book by Jonathan Larson; music arranged by Steve Skinner; additional musical arrangements by Tim Weil; additional lyrics (for "Santa Fe" and "La Vie Boheme/I Should Tell You") and original concept by Billy Aronson; at the La Jolla Playhouse, on the campus of the University of California - San Diego, San Diego, California, USA.

(4/06) Stage: Appeared (as "Chris Keller") in "All My Sons" by Arthur Miller, Geffen Playhouse, Westwood, CA.

(????) Collaborated with comedian Michael J. Nelson on a "RiffTrax" of the film Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory (1971). Nelson is the former host of "Mystery Science Theater 3000" (1988).

(2008) TV commercial: Old Spice.

(????) Audiobook: Narrator of "Henry and the Clubhouse" by Beverly Cleary.

(????) Audiobook: Narrator of "Henry and the Paper Route" by Beverly Cleary.

(2008) TV commercial for Trident Xtra Care gum (voiceover).

(2002) Music video for the single of "Lost Cause" (portraying a police officer) by Scapegoat Wax.

(11/21/09) Radio: Appeared (as "John Scopes") in "The Great Tennessee Monkey Trial" on BBC Radio 4. Also in the cast: Edward Asner, Stacy Keach, Arye Gross and James Gleason.

(October 14, 2008) 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).

(2011) TV commercial: Comcast's "Xfinity Voice".

(2002) Music video: Appeared in the Snoop Dogg video "Undercover Funk".

(November 2013) Ads for his Broadway starring role in the musical "Hedwig and the Angry Inch" announce its opening in March 2014 at The Belasco Theatre in New York. The book is by John Cameron Mitchell, the music and lyrics by Stephen Trask and the show is directed by Michael Mayer.

(2014) TV commercial, "Neil vs. the Director," for Heineken Light beer.

(March 29, 2014 - August 17, 2014) Previews and opening night cast member for "Hedwig and the Angry Inch," original musical; book by John Cameron Mitchell; music and lyrics by Stephen Trask; musical direction by Justin Craig; directed by Michael Mayer; musical staging by Spencer Liff; with Neil Patrick Harris (portraying Hedwig); Lena Hall (portraying Yitzhak); Justin Craig (portraying Skszp, The Angry Inch); Matt Duncan (portraying Jacek, The Angry Inch); Tim Mislock (portraying Krzyzhtoff, The Angry Inch); and Peter Yanowitz (portraying Schlatko, The Angry Inch) in the cast; on Broadway at the Belasco Theatre, Manhattan, New York City, New York, USA.

(2014) TV commercial, "Rules and No Pants," for Heineken Light beer.


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