[03/07/11 - 08:31 AM] Bravo's "Inside the Actors Studio" Celebrates Homecoming as Alumnus Bradley Cooper Returns The episode airs Monday, March 14 at 7:00/6:00c on the cable channel.
[via press release from Bravo]
BRAVO'S "INSIDE THE ACTORS STUDIO" CELEBRATES HOMECOMING AS ALUMNUS BRADLEY COOPER RETURNS
First Former Student To Return To The Actors Studio Airing Monday, March 14 At 7pm Et/Pt
NEW YORK - March 7, 2011 - In a series first, Bravo invites former student Bradley Cooper back to his Alma Mater for a milestone episode of "Inside the Actors Studio" on Monday, March 14 at 7pm et/pt. After 17 successful seasons and over 250 celebrity guests, host James Lipton welcomes the first graduate from the Actors Studio Drama School at Pace University to join him on the legendary stage for one of the most emotional interviews in the series history.
After consistently being asked who his ideal guest would be, Lipton repeatedly answers, "the night that one of our graduated students has achieved so much that he or she walks out on this stage and takes that chair will be the moment I've waited for since we began the school and the series 17 years ago."
During the interview, Cooper reflects back on his career beginning with his very first acting role in the fourth grade play to starring in his most recent thriller, Limitless, alongside idol, Robert De Niro. Cooper has starred in countless television series and films including Alias, Sex in the City, Wet Hot American Summer, Wedding Crashers, The A-Team and The Hangover For a sneak peek:
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