Neil Patrick Harris is in the middle of filming the second season of “A Series of Unfortunate Events” in its Vancouver, Canada set. The actor, however, revealed he’s experiencing one minor problem at work.
Playing the sneaky villain Count Olaf requires Harris to wear different costumes and prosthetics but he actually needed to grow out his nails, which has become a problem for him when he’s not working. ““They’re just gnarly. It’s hard to text,” the actor said, as per Vulture.
Harris revealed some of the disguises he’s going to wear for the second season, which hints what fans could expect from “A Series of Unfortunate Events” Season 2. Among these are the turban-wearing Coach Genghis and a Karl Lagerfeld look-a-like named Gunther.
Meanwhile, because of his work on, Harris, who is a New York native, recently bought a place in Vancouver and expressed he’s loving his second home. Two months prior, he crowdfunded suggestions on where he should pick out a place for him in his family while shooting for the show could extend for a few more years. Apart from Season 2, Netflix has also given his show a third season, Variety reported.
Vancouver is a delight, especially when the sun is out. I’m settling in, loving my new digs. Big thanks to @RickOrford for the assist.
— Neil Patrick Harris (@ActuallyNPH) April 26, 2017
According to CCT News, Harris and his family are often spotted checking out Vancouver sites during filming downtimes. He joined the Vancouver Pride Parade and celebrated his anniversary at Tofino with husband David Burtka. He also openly praised the city in an interview with the
He also openly praised the city in an interview with the New York Times. He said he didn’t realize how family-friendly Vancouver was and he’s also immensely enjoying the food scene. Harris and his husband are food-lovers.