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Neil Patrick Harris

  1. Matthew Perry, Friends, TV, 1994-2004.      As if anyone else could have been Chandler...  NPH had just finished four years as the teen genius, Doogie Howser MD, when reading for what the creators pitched as “searching for love and commitment and security... and a fear of love and commitment and security.”   After voicing  the Spider-Man TV toon and various Batman characters, he  won another smash series with How I Met Your Mother, 2005-2014.
  2. Will Friedle, Kim Possible, TV, 2002-2007.    The ex-Doogie Howser MD (TV,1989-1993) tested to voice Kim’s sidekick, Ron Stoppable. 
In 2003, he voiced Peter Parker, aka Spider-Man, in 2005, he won his own adult series, How I Met Your Mother and by 2009, he was hosting the 61st Emmy Awards show.
  3. Sean Maher, Firefly, TV, 2002-2003.    According to Entertainment Weekly (in July 2008), Harris auditioned for the 2517 AD trauma surgeon Dr Simon Tam in Joss Whedon’s short-lived sf creation. It bred, however, the 2005 movie, Serenity.
  4. Alan Cumming, X2, 2003.
  5. Bill Hader, Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs, 2008.  Offered the unlikely toon hero, Flint Lockwood, the unlikely toon hero, Flint Lockwood, NPH was more interested in Steve… Flint’s, er, talking monkey! Takes all sorts. The 3D toon was based on of the 80s’ kids’ book about food falling from the sky like rain. Indeed, a banana hit the Columbia Torch Lady and knocked her off the screen in the opening credits. 
  6. Steve Zahn, The Good Dinosaur, 2009.   The one that got away….  The role. And the film. Only Frances McDormand of the original voice cast survived a ton of necessary changes in the toon that began in 2009, was continually respun, only titled in 2014, and finally released with Zahn taking over the pterodactyl Thunderclap. By then it was much better, of course. Just not up to Pixar’s usual skyscraper-high standards.
  7. James Corden, Into The Woods, 2013.

 

 

 





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