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BRADLEY COOPER (Holden) most recently starred in Todd Phillips' blockbuster hit "The Hangover,” which is the top-grossing R-rated comedy of all time and won a Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Comedy or Musical. In addition to "The Hangover,” Cooper starred last year in the all-star ensemble comedy "He's Just Not That Into You”; the Allen Hughes-directed segment of the anthology film "New York, I Love You”; and the comedy "All About Steve,” opposite Sandra Bullock.

Cooper next stars in the actioner "The A-Team,” alongside Liam Neeson and Jessica Biel. His upcoming films also include Neil Burger's thriller "Dark Fields.” Cooper's additional film credits include Peyton Reed's comedy "Yes Man,” with Jim Carrey; the romantic comedy "Failure to Launch,” starring Matthew McConaughey and Sarah Jessica Parker; David Dobkin's comedy smash "Wedding Crashers,” with Vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson; and the indie comedy "Wet Hot American Summer,” in which he made his feature film debut.

In addition to his film work, Cooper is well known to television audiences for his work on several hit series. He most recently had a recurring role on the critically acclaimed "Nip/Tuck,” and also played the lead role on the comedy series "Kitchen Confidential.” His other credits include regular or recurring roles on "Alias,” "Jack & Bobby,” "Touching Evil,” and "The $treet.” He was also seen in guest roles on several series.

In 2006, Cooper made his Broadway debut in the play "Three Days of Rain,” in which he starred with Julia Roberts and Paul Rudd under the direction of Joe Montello. He also appeared in the Theresa Rebeck play "The Understudy,” which premiered to sold-out audiences at the 2008 Williamstown Theatre Festival.

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