Hear Harry Hamlin’s answer to which of Lisa Rinna’s alter egos he prefers.


Hear Harry Hamlin’s response to which of Lisa Rinna’s alter-egos he prefers.

Trying to keep things fresh.

Lisa Rinna, as seen on The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, doesn’t just wear wigs; she creates entire personas around them.

When Lisa’s husband, actor Harry Hamlin, appeared on E! News’ Daily Pop on Wednesday, Nov.

17 posed a difficult question: which of his alter egos is his favorite?

There’s Goldie, the blonde bombshell, and Pricilla, who debuted with a sleek ponytail at the RHOBH season 11 reunion. There’s also Sabine, the raven-haired brunette, and Chrissy, the wavy brunette with a side part.

As it turns out, Harry’s favorite alter ego is Heidi, a long-haired caramel blonde with bangs who wears her hair in a ponytail.

“I like the Heidi wig, yeah,” he admitted, before joking that he can “get all of them whenever I want.”

While Daily Pop host Justin Sylvester pointed out that some actor couples have to call it quits because they feel like they’re competing, Harry said that has never been the case for him and Lisa.

“We’ve never considered being competitive,” Harry admitted.

“We’ve worked together on a few projects and run our own businesses.”

I assist her with Rinna Beauty, her cosmetics line.

We’ll be releasing a few more things soon as well.”

Meanwhile, Harry is concentrating on his latest on-screen role as broadcast legend Tom Brokaw in National Geographic’s anthology series The Hot Zone: Anthrax, which is currently in its second season.

The show revolves around the anthrax attacks of 2001 and the FBI’s search for the perpetrator.

“I said, ‘You can’t do this,'” Harry recalled when asked to do it.

“It’s impossible to play Tom Brokaw,” says the actor.

But that is ultimately why he accepted the role.

Harry said on Daily Pop, “I like a challenge.”

“I guess it’s arrogance, but I said yes to this and did it.”

But he has a much, much deeper voice than I do.”

To prepare, the UCLA Law alum watched Anthony Hopkins’ portrayal of Richard Nixon in the 1995 film Nixon.

“I watched him do it and see how he threaded a needle through the character to find the essence,” Harry recalled.

“And that was my goal.”

When it came to The Hot Zone: Anthrax as a whole, Harry encouraged everyone to watch, even those who had lived through the events.

“We had a general idea of what was going on,…

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