TWITTER WATCH FLASH: Neil Patrick Harris - 'My first tweet, peeps'

TWITTER WATCH FLASH: Neil Patrick Harris - 'My first tweet, peeps' presents its newest column, Twitter Watch, which will bring you only the best and most interesting reports straight from the mouths of Broadway stars, shows and more on the hot social networking service - Twitter!

Emmy and Golden Globe-nominated actor, Neil Patrick Harris, has officially joined Twitter! So we felt we just had to alert you to the news that the stage and screen favorite has now jumped into the "Tweeterverse."


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about 4 hours ago from web

@alwaysmix : Ah, perfect. Thanks. I totally get it now.
about 5 hours ago from web in reply to alwaysmix

'Morning. Reading backlog of responses and sipping coffee. How many times should one tweet per day? BTW this character limit hokum is pis
about 5 hours ago from web

Holy Pete, so many responses! Thanks, gang! I'm still trying to figure out which button does what..! And this 140 character limit is craz
about 18 hours ago from Twitterrific

My first tweet, peeps. I apologize in advance for my slow learning curve. NIce To (sort of) meet you. It's amazing how quickly 140 charac
about 24 hours ago from web

Neil Patrick Harris hosted the 61st Primetime Emmy Awards on CBS on September 20th. 

In addition to his acclaimed hosting of the Tonys, Harris has also hosted the TV Land Awards and the nontelevised Writers Guild Awards ceremony in Los Angeles.

Emmy and Golden Globe-nominated actor, Neil Patrick Harris can currently be seen as Barney Stinson in the hit CBS comedy series, "How I Met Your Mother," a role which recently garnered him a 2009 Golden Globe nomination and two consecutive Emmy Award nominations. From his film debut opposite Whoopi Goldberg in Clara's Heart and his seminal role as the beloved titular character in "Doogie Howser, M.D.," to his recent turn in Joss Whedon's online sensation, Dr. Horrible's Sing-Along Blog, Harris has enjoyed a successful career spanning more than twenty years in the industry. Among his many theatrical credits include the dual role of The Balladeer/Lee Harvey Oswald in the Tony Award-winning production of Assassins, as well as acclaimed performances in the Broadway productions of Cabaret and Proof.

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