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Neil Patrick Harris is the ultimate theater queen. Whether he's gracing the Broadway stage as transgender rocker Hedwig in the 2014 production of Hedwig and the Angry Inch (for which he won the 2014 Tony Award for Best Leading Actor in a Musical) or taking Halloween selfies with his kids, NPH always rocks. He rose to fame with his role as womanizing funnyman Barney Stinson in CBS's How I Met Your Mother, which ran from 2005 to 2014. To a slightly smaller audience he is known as the adorable singing mad scientist in Joss Whedon's musical Dr. Horrible's Sing-Along Blog (2008). Harris was also the first openly gay man to host the Oscars in 2015. Pride has everything you want to know about the Gone Girl star and his adorable family.

Neil Patrick Harris Brings High Camp to New Show 'Drag Me to Dinner'

The acclaimed actor is putting the spotlight on drag queens in the kitchen!

Neil Patrick Harris Lightly Roasted Bob Chapek & Brought Down The House

The dig at the former Disney CEO earned the actor laughter and cheers.

Doctor Who Is Officially Gay According To Neil Patrick Harris

The Uncoupled star confirmed Ncuti Gatwa’s version of the iconic Timelord is both queer and sexier than ever before.

Neil Patrick Harris Takes That Kind Of Pic In The Uncoupled Trailer

This show promises to be hilarious and, ahem, revealing — and we’re living.

5 Ways to Travel Like a Gay Celebrity

Last Fall, Neil Patrick Harris and his adorable family had a Dominican Republic vacation that was SO Instagram-worthy. Here are some tips for your travels, too.

An Unfortunate Interview With Neil Patrick Harris on His Dastardly New Role

With the release of Netflix's adaptation of Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events, resident Count Olaf—AKA out actor Neil Patrick Harris—sits down to talk about his take on the series' antagonist.

You Need to See Neil Patrick Harris Nail a Hamilton Rap in This Glorious Vogue Q&A

This is the kind of content we want closing out 2016, thanks very much. 

Neil Patrick Harris Sings the Paul Ryan Blues on 'This American Life'

Talk about an October surprise...

Willam on Making Neil Patrick Harris 'Suck Less' in Drag

Burning bridges, Aaliyah and Neil Patrick Harris — oh my!

Watch: Jane Lynch, Jenna Ushkowitz, Miley Cyrus on Why They Vote

Everyone has a special reason to register to vote, even celebs including Jane Lynch, Miley Cyrus, Darren Criss, Jenna Ushkowitz, Neil Patrick Harris, Eric Stonestreet, and Jesse Tyler Ferguson, who offer their unique reasons in a new video.

LA Gay and Lesbian Center Celebrates 40 Years: Chaz Bono, Jane Lynch

The Los Angeles Gay & Lesbian Center celebrated 40 years of service to the LGBT community on November 12 with a star-studded gala and auction. Neil Patrick Harris, his partner David Burtka and Chaz Bono were honored during a program hosted by Leslie Jordan. Jane Lynch, David Arquette, Karina Smirnoff, Dita Von Teese, Meredith Baxter and Sara Gilbert were also in attendance.

Tracie Thoms and Nicole Scherzinger Heat Up The Hollywood Bowl in 'Rent' Video

For those who live in and around LA this weekend was all about one thing! Rent at the famed Hollywood Bowl, directed by Neil Patrick Harris. Among the cast’s glitterati were Tracie Thoms -- a Rent veteran -- as Joanne, while Pussy Cat Doll Nicole Scherzinger showed off her prowess and a big set of pipes off as Joanne’s lesbian lover Maureen. Next to Normal’s Aaron Tveit – or who I like to call the love child of Jack Twist and Jason Stackhouse – stepped in as Roger, Wayne Brady played Tom Collins and Vanessa Hudgens played Mimi with as much verve as a Disney star could muster.

Melissa Etheridge, Penelope Cruz, Neil Patrick Harris and More Land Stars on the Walk of Fame

Penélope Cruz, Melissa Etheridge, and Neil Patrick Harris are a few of the stars who are scheduled to receive a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in 2011. Other recipients include Laura Dern, Sissy Spacek, Gwyneth Paltrow and The Go-Go's.

Trade Round Up: Diablo Cody, Heather Locklear, Jane Lynch

Neil Patrick Harris certainly set the tone as Emmy winners Cherry Jones, Glenn Close, Toni Collette, Kristin Chenoweth, along with Diablo Cody and Barbie. Plus, Fame 2.0 hits theaters. Everyone's fave out lesbian Jane Lynch gets another season on Glee,Megan Fox and Jennifer's Body bomb despite the girl-on-girl kiss with Amanda Seyfried. Plus, Heather Locklear on Melrose 2.0, Whitney Houston, Sweet Valley High and more...