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BRADLEY COOPER (Eddie Morra/Executive Producer) has amassed extensive training and experience in theater, television and film to become one of the most sought-after actors of his generation. Last summer, Cooper was recently seen in Joe Carnahan's The ATeam, a feature film adaptation of the beloved 1980s television series. Cooper played Lt. Templeton "Faceman” Peck opposite Liam Neeson, Jessica Biel, Sharlto Copley and Quinton "Rampage” Jackson.

In 2009, Cooper starred in the top-grossing R-rated comedy of all time, The Hangover. Directed by Todd Phillips (Old School), the film revolves around three friends who lose their best friend at his bachelor party in Las Vegas. To figure out what went wrong, the trio (Cooper, Ed Helms and Zach Galifianakis) attempt to retrace their steps and piece together their bad decisions from the night before. The Hangover opened No. 1 at the box office and went on to become the breakout comedy of the year.

Earlier in 2009, Cooper starred in New York, I Love You, the American version of the acclaimed film Paris, Je T'aime, and the hit comedy He's Just Not That into You, opposite Jennifer Connelly and Scarlett Johansson and based on The New York Times' bestselling novel by Greg Behrendt and Liz Tuccillo. Cooper hosted "Saturday Night Live” while promoting the release of the film.

Cooper's other film roles include the box-office success Yes Man, opposite Jim Carrey; All about Steve, alongside Sandra Bullock; Wedding Crashers, with Vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson; and the 2001 cult favorite Wet Hot American Summer, opposite Janeane Garofalo and Paul Rudd, directed by David Wain.

Cooper made his Broadway debut in the spring of 2006 in Joe Montello's production of "Three Days of Rain,” opposite Julia Roberts and Paul Rudd. In July 2008, Cooper joined the cast of the critically acclaimed Theresa Rebeck play "The Understudy,” which premiered at Williamstown Theatre Festival to rave reviews and sold out performances. "The Understudy” was invited to premiere on Broadway in 2010.

On the small screen, Cooper played the recurring role of Aidan Stone on the critically acclaimed F/X drama "Nip/Tuck,” which ran for six successful seasons. In 2005, Cooper starred on the Fox single camera comedy "Kitchen Confidential,” based on the trials and tribulations of renowned chef Anthony Bourdain. Other television credits include the Golden Globe Award®- nominated series "Alias” as well as "Jack & Bobby,” "Touching Evil,” "Law & Order: SVU” and "Trial By Jury.”

Born in Philadelphia, Cooper graduated with honors from the English program at Georgetown University. After moving to New York City, he obtained his master's degree in the fine arts program at the Actors Studio Drama School at the New School University.

Cooper currently resides in Venice, CA.

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