PLEASANTVILLE, N.Y. - Bradley Cooper, an alumnus of what is now Pace University's Actors Studio Drama School, was nominated Thursday morning for a Best Supporting Actor Oscar.
Cooper received the nod for his role of Richie DiMaso in American Hustle.
Cooper is a graduate of the Actors Studio at the New School, now Pace University's Actors Studio Drama School. He has also done an Inside the Actors Studio interview at Pace’s Schimmel Theater. Cooper received his MFA from Actors Studio Drama School in 2000.
This year’s Oscar winners will be announced on Sunday, March 2.
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