| | Has been updated: January 5, 2023 at 3:44pm IST
Happy birthday to Hollywood mogul Bradley Cooper. The actor has risen to fame since debuting in the 2001 film Wet Hot American Summer.
Since then, he has had an illustrious career spanning over 20 years, starring in films ranging from action to comedy genres, captivating audiences with his dapper looks and highly nuanced screen presence. increase.
As an actor with nine Academy Award nominations at the age of 48, he has a vast repertoire of commercially successful films behind him, some of which have achieved classic status among his fans. .Let’s take a look at some of the actor’s movies you can enjoy anytime
Coming out in 2021, this Guillermo del Toro film features Bradley as the manipulative Carney. The actor shared his stellar screen presence in this noir his thriller film with co-star Cate Blanchett as well as many other talents including David Strathairn, Willem Dafoe and Richard Jenkins.
Bradley isn’t the main character, but he effortlessly steals the show in the small screen time allotted to him in this Paul Thomas Anderson-directed coming-of-age flick. As John Peters, ex-boyfriend of legendary singer Barbra Streisand, the 48-year-old actor showed his acting prowess.
The “Who brought this guy?” sequence in the film symbolically proves why Bradley is a force to be reckoned with in Hollywood. caused a riot on the silver screen with his role as Phil. He effortlessly proved his worth as a sensation in the American film industry by appearing in this comedy film.
For the 2013 crime drama film, Cooper was nominated for an Oscar nine times, but came in second. His role as rogue-turned-FBI agent Richie DiMaso shows how versatile he is, choosing roles with ease without falling into typecasting.
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This 2018 musical drama film is one of Bradley’s most intense and dynamic performances. The movie marked his debut as a singer. In fact, the duet “Shallow” with his co-star Lady Gaga earned him two Grammy Awards. In the role of alcoholic Jack, Bradley’s expression and dedication to the role were truly palpable and moving.