We didn't shed many tears during the series finale of the CBS sitcom "How I Met Your Mother," because we knew the show's ending came with a silver lining: star Neil Patrick Harris finally would have time for Broadway. (Hedwig and the Angry Inch, with Harris in the title role, opens April 22.) And it's not just NPH who is leaving a career on the small screen for a stint on the Great White Way: "Breaking Bad" star Bryan Cranston (All The Way), "Dexter" star Michael C. Hall (The Realistic Joneses) and "Psych" star Dule Hill (After Midnight) have all marked the end of their long-running TV shows by stepping onto Broadway stages. In fact, it's a career move we think would work just as well for these television stars, too.
Click through to see which TV stars we'd like to see come to the Broadway stage.
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