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Bradley Cooper Quotes

Bradley Cooper

Bradley Cooper quotes: one of the highest-paid actors there is, Bradley Cooper schools us with the following sayings.

“This is what I believe to be true.  You have to do everything you can.  You have to work your hardest.  And if you do, if you stay positive, then you have a shot at a silver lining.”

“What gets celebrated gets replicated.”

“Our submission defines our authority.”

“I think if you live in a black-and-white world, you’re gonna suffer a lot.  I used to be like that.  But I don’t believe that anymore.”

“Life’s complicated and people do things for a lot of reasons.”

“In a relationship you want to treat people the way you want to be treated.”

“It’s rare that I judge somebody, really rare.  I think people feel that, so it’s sort of easy to get close to somebody if you don’t feel judged by them.”

“I love the company of a great woman.  I think a relationship works best when both partners have a certain ease in the way they relate to each other and there’s a level of harmony that goes beyond just physical attraction.  There’s nothing better when you’re able to share that kind of closeness.”

“I would say I am a romantic, for sure.  I think most guys are deep down. I  look at my parents, who have been married happily since 1963, and my grandparents are the same.  What guy wouldn’t want that?”

“You can’t really control how people are going to feel about you; all you can really do is be yourself.  Because if you seduce somebody, and you seduce them by pretending to be a certain way, once they are seduced they are going to find that you are not that way.  And then you have to maintain an image that’s not real, so you really screw yourself.  The best is to be yourself and hope they like you.”

“God opposes the proud.  The way you get up front is do really good work in the back.  Humility is a byproduct of spending time with Jesus – it is not a reflection of yourself.”

“I worked in restaurants the first half of my life.”

“I had a background as a cook, and I thought I knew that world, but it scared me to pull off that level of a chef, and if something scares you, it’s usually a sign that you should do it.”

“The idea I was going to be an actor scared the sh*t out of my parents.  My dad was the first one to go to college in his neighborhood.  He was a stockbroker – and then his son wants to be an actor?”

“Personally, I’ve made myself a very small window of what I enjoy in this business, which is, I love being a big part of the storytelling process.”

“Probably the biggest gift that I have being in this industry is that I like people.  So it’s not agonizing to me to deal with people on a daily basis.”

“I plead guilty to the accusation of working with people again and again.  That’s the goal, to create an artistic circle that works.  If you look at any period of art that’s really exploding, it’s people collaborating again and again.”

“Being in Us Weekly does not make you famous.”

“They’re a source of energy in life.  I’ve always wanted to be in a war or baseball movie, but the thought of having no women on set for six months – that’s hell.  I don’t know if it’s animalistic or what, but men become like peacocks with their feathers up when women are around.”

“I loved the college experience of studying.”

“I had size 12 feet when I was 10, so I thought I was going to be six foot eight.  My goal was to be able to dunk a basketball.  I wound up being six-one with size 14 feet.  I got the raw end of the deal.”

“I always sort of talk about – to myself at least, or to my friends – about wanting to just keep life very simple.  I’ve found it most simple here in New York.  You know, it’s basically I have a, in a way, a 9-to-5 job, you know.  I do eight shows a week.  I live in New York City.  I get to walk everywhere, and you know, just be one of the people of the city.  And it’s actually wonderful.”

“I just wrapped up this movie called Wedding Crashers which was a pretty big break for me.”

“Chris Kyle would have turned 41 four days ago.  Chris, this is for you.”

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