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Bradley Cooper didn't see me.

Actors did not properly experience fame until they were in their thirties

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Bradley Cooper at Nightmare Alley premiere - Getty - December 2021
Bradley Cooper at Nightmare Alley Premiere-Getty-December 2021Bang Showbiz

Bradley Cooper said at the beginning of his career, "I couldn't get into the club and the girl didn't see [he]."

The 47-year-old actor made a big break on the other side of Jennifer Garner on the hit TV show "Alias," but Cooper was the first major performer. After moving to Los Angeles, he admits that he had a hard time working because he felt left out of the city's social scene.

"I definitely felt like I was moving to Los Angeles because of an" alias, "like when I was back in high school."In Sean Hayes's "Smartless" podcastHe explained.

"I couldn't get into any club, the girl didn't want to see me ... I was just completely depressed."

Cooper I spent 5 years on the show. However, he experienced a difficult time after being written out from "Alias", and while playing basketball, he suffered a nasty Achilles tendon rupture.

However, his work was later taken up and he eventually played a career-changing role in the 2009 comedy film Hangover. After an actor in the movie industry.

Cooper did not properly experience his fame until he was in his thirties. He was a little older, so he appreciated his success more.

"I benefited from what happened when I was 29 ..." he said in a podcast. "I had to experience all these things before fame affected my existence on a daily level ... I definitely made a big step from 29 to 34 there. At least stand in front of someone, breathe, listen, talk. "

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