Bradley Charles Cooper was born in Philadelphia to parents working in the finance and broadcasting industries. Bradley Cooper, who became interested in acting at an early age, studied acting in New York and made his film debut with the 2001 movie “Wet Hot American Summer”.
Bradley Cooper, who played the character of Will Tippin in 46 episodes in the TV series “Alias”, managed to attract attention with this performance. Bradley Cooper portrayed the character of Sack Lodge in the movie “Wedding Crashers” in 2005 after starring in different TV series. Bradley Cooper, who also appeared in Broadway plays, starred in the movie “The Midnight Meat Train” in 2008. In the same year, he shared the same set with Jim Carrey in the movie “Yes Man”. For Bradley Cooper, 2009 was a career turning point.
Bradley Cooper, who gave an excellent performance with Zach Galifianakis and Ed Helms in the 2009 movie “The Hangover”, received positive reviews from film critics. In the same year, he shared the lead role in the movie “All About Steve” with Sandra Bullock. Proving his talent in action movies in 2010 movie “The A-Team”, Bradley Cooper once again achieved great box office success with its sequel, “The Hangover Part II” a year later.
Bradley Cooper, who was nominated for an Oscar for the first time for his performance of Pat in “Silver Linings Playbook”, starred in three more movies in 2012. The actor, who met with the audience again in “The Hangover Part III” in 2013, was nominated for an Oscar again for his role as Richie DiMaso in the movie “American Hustle” in the same year. Bradley Cooper, who appeared on the screen as Chris Kyle in the hit movie “American Sniper” in 2014, received great acclaim for his performance and was nominated for an Oscar once again. In 2015, he first starred in the movie “Burnt” and then shared the lead role in the movie “Joy” with Jennifer Lawrence again.
Bradley Cooper, who was nominated for an Oscar once again for his role as Jack in the 2018 movie “A Star Is Born”, has Oscar nominations as a producer as well as his acting performance. “Nightmare Alley”, which he both starred in and produced in 2021, was also an Oscar nominee.