Bradley Cooper was born on 5 January 1975 in Pennsylvania and attended acting school in New York. He was nominated for his first Oscar in 2012 for his leading role in the movie “Silver Linings Playbook”. He received his second nomination in 2014 for a supporting role in “American Hustle”. He received two nominations as an actor and producer in 2015 for his critically acclaimed role in “American Sniper”. Cooper was nominated for a Tony award in 2014 for the play, “The Elephant Man” which he previously performed at the Williamstown Theatre Festival and later went on to perform in London’s West End. Cooper made his commercial breakthrough with the lead role in the comedy, “The Hangover”. This October, Cooper will make his directorial debut with “A Star is Born” playing opposite Lady Gaga in which he also wrote alongside, Will Fetters and Eric Roth. The film will be released on 5 October 2018 by Warner Brothers.
In 2014, Cooper started The Bradley Charles Cooper Foundation with a pilot program, The Charles J. Cooper Patient Support Fund, which aims to bring care coordination, financial assistance and support to patients diagnosed with cancer and their families all over the country.