Neil Patrick Harris may guest star in 'American Horror Story: Freak Show' after writing to its creator, Ryan Murphy, asking for a part.
Neil Patrick Harris may guest star in 'American Horror Story: Freak Show'.
The actor is a huge fan of the TV series and had asked screenwriter and personally asked director Ryan Murphy if there was any way he could be included.
He recently said: ''I wrote a letter to Ryan, asking if I could be in it. And he didn't respond.''
However, Ryan has now written back, saying he has already started work on a role for the former 'How I Met Your Mother' star into the show.
He wrote on Twitter: ''@ActuallyNPH of course you can be on Freak Show! I have a role I think you'd love.''
'American Horror Story: Freak Show' is the fourth series of the show, broadcast on the FX network. It will follow a fictional version of one of the remaining Freak Show businesses of the 50s, based in Florida, and its struggle to stay alive.
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