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THE HANGOVER PART II

BRADLEY COOPER (Phil) reunites with Todd Phillips and the cast of 2009's Golden Globe-winning smash hit "The Hangover.” His recent star turn in "Limitless,” which opened number one at the box office and received rave reviews, also marks Cooper's first foray into producing, serving as an executive producer on the film. Cooper appeared alongside Robert De Niro and Abbie Cornish, portraying Eddie Morra, a down and out writer who takes an experimental drug allowing him to use 100% of his brain at all times.

Last year, Cooper played the role of Lt. Templeton "Faceman” Peck in the actioner "The A-Team,” alongside Liam Neeson and Jessica Biel and appeared in the all-star cast of Garry Marshall's hit comedy "Valentines Day.”

He previously starred in the box office comedy hit "Yes Man,” opposite Jim Carrey; and alongside an ensemble cast including Drew Barrymore in "He's Just Not That Into You,” based on The New York Times' best-selling novel. Cooper hosted "Saturday Night Live” coinciding with the release of the film.

David Wain's 2001 cult favorite "Wet Hot American Summer” marked Cooper's feature film debut but he came to prominence in "Wedding Crashers,” portraying the infamous role of Sack Lodge, opposite Vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson. Among his other credits are "New York I Love You,” the American version of the acclaimed film "Paris, Je T'aime”; "All About Steve”; and "Case 39.”

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. More recently, 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.

In addition to his film work, Cooper had a recurring role on FX's critically acclaimed series "Nip/Tuck,” and played the lead role in the comedy series "Kitchen Confidential,” based on the trials and tribulations of renowned chef and author Anthony Bourdain. His other television credits include the Golden Globe-nominated series "Alias,” "Jack & Bobby,” Touching Evil,” "Law & Order: SVU,” and "Trial by Jury.”

Born in Philadelphia, PA, Cooper graduated with honors in the English program at Georgetown University. After moving to New York City, he obtained his Masters in the Fine Arts program at the Actors Studio Drama School at the New School University.

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