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Tony Awards: canceled TV show starsAt last night’s Tony Awards, ably hosted by Neil Patrick Harris, some of the stars cancelled TV shows were on hand to sing a song together. Interestingly all of the them had been fired by NBC and the Tonys were on CBS.

Andrew Rannells was a big hit in The Book of Mormon but The New Normal was cancelled (he still has a role on Girls on HBO). Megan Hilty starred in NBC’s Broadway-based Smash series. And finally, Laura Benanti won a Tony for her role in Gypsy but neither of her shows — The Playboy Club or Go On — saw a second season.

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While many child stars have had serious problems later in life, Neil Patrick Harris has proven to be one of the exceptions. He was thrust into the spotlight at age 16 as the star of his own hit ABC show, Doogie Howser MD. He's received a lot of kidding about his alter-ego but he's always been happy to joke about it himself. Doogie Howser, MD centers around Douglas "Doogie" Howser, a protege who becomes a doctor at 14 and works as a resident surgeon in Los Angeles. The series stars Harris, Max Casella, Lawrence Pressman, James Sikking, Kathryn Layng, Belinda Montgomery, Lucy Boryer, Markus Redmond, Mitchell Anderson, Lisa Dean Ryan, and Rif Hutton. Following the end of the series, Harris continued to act on television and also worked in movies and musicals. His second breakout role came in Harold & Kumar Go to White Castle . That role led him to being cast in How I Met Your Mother. Despite his later success, he's never been shy about his work on Doogie. Harris filmed a nice Doogie homage on Mother last season (you can see it here) and, a fun campaign for Old Spice. This past Saturday, he poked fun at the theme on Saturday Night Live. Take a look...
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Doogie Howser, M.D.

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