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His breakthrough role came in 2009 with The Hangover, a commercially successful comedy which spawned two sequels in 20.

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Describing himself as a child, Cooper has said: "I never lived the life of 'Oh, you're so good-looking'.

People thought I was a girl when I was little, because I looked like a girl—maybe because my mother would keep my hair really long".

though the critic for Time complimented him: "Cooper gives a knowing performance: he's both the peacock and the parody of one.

He's blessed with good looks and fantastic timing, the kind that makes every line funnier, even the small asides." The year 2012 saw Cooper star in four films—The Words, Hit and Run, The Place Beyond the Pines, and Silver Linings Playbook.

Cooper's cinematic debut came in the ensemble comedy Wet Hot American Summer (2001), a film that takes place at a fictional summer camp in 1981.

He plays Ben, a counselor and the love interest of Michael Ian Black's character.

The film received positive reviews from critics, though it earned little at the box office. I mean, look, more doors have been opened for sure, but it's not like I sit back with a cigar on Monday morning and go through the scripts that have been offered." Cooper appeared in the ensemble romantic comedy Valentine's Day (2010), directed by Garry Marshall, co-starring with Julia Roberts.

He played Phil Wenneck, one of the three friends—alongside Ed Helms and Zach Galifianakis—to wake up from a bachelor party in Las Vegas, with no memory of the previous night and the bachelor missing. The film was a commercial success, grossing over 5 million worldwide.

Cooper became the tenth actor to receive an Academy Award nomination in three consecutive years.

In 2014, he portrayed Joseph Merrick in a Broadway revival of The Elephant Man, garnering a nomination for the Tony Award for Best Actor in a Play.

In 2011, Cooper starred in the techno-thriller Limitless, based on the 2001 novel The Dark Fields by Alan Glynn.

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