Hollywood star unrecognisable with freshly shaved head09/21/2023
This Hollywood star appears to have enjoyed somewhat of a transformation.
We’ll give you three guesses. Nope, it’s not Tom Cruise filming another Top Gun in New York City.
It’s… Bradley Cooper.
The Star Is Born actor, 48, is somewhat known for his messy brunette hair, but it appears this is no more.
While beetling away in New York City, the actor was spotted sporting a very different look with what appears to be a very close shave.
His new look was visible just under a baseball cap, which he wore with a navy bomber jacket, a white T-shirt, blue chinos and some Top Gun-esque sunnies.
The star looked super chilled with his hands in his pockets in one snap, while in the rest he was seen taking a call.
This comes after The Hangover star got candid about addiction and sobriety in an August episode of Running Wild With Bear Grylls: The Challenge.
While exploring the Wyoming canyons the explorer and the actor discussed fame.
Bradley said he was lucky to have never got ‘lost in fame’, while the TV adventurer pressed: ‘But you definitely had some wild years?’
Answering honestly, he shared: ‘In terms of alcohol and drugs, yeah, but nothing to do with fame though.
‘But I was lucky. I got sober at 29 years old and I’ve been sober for 19 years. Very lucky.’
The actor premiered his latest film Maestro – which he directed, wrote and starred in – earlier this month at Venice Film Festival.
The biopic follows the lifelong relationship between American conductor Leonard Bernstein (Cooper) and his wife, Costa Rican actress Felicia Montealegre (Carey Mulligan).
The film also includes Stranger Things star Maya Hawke, and Miriam Shor, and Shrinking’s Michael Urie, and is
Maestro will be coming to Netflix on December 20.
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