This is, like, his best interview ever!
Bradley Cooper’s seksi self covered Esquire’s December issue, which means there’s a faboosh article on him!
In it, the actor cops to his arrest as a kid, talks about his childhood and brings tears to our eyes!
Grab a tissue and ch-ch-check out these touching HIGHlights:
On getting arrested as a kid:
“I put [my parents] through some hell, of course. I got arrested [for underage drinking] when I was 15."
On his heritage:
"I grew up in an interesting family. My father was Irish, and my mother was Italian. It's a rich tapestry. It's soaking in volatility. But I was raised well.”
On his mom and dad:
"My mom [Gloria] always said, 'Just call me. I wanna know where you are.’ We always had good lines of communication, me and my parents… My father was viciously smart and intellectually curious. We lived across the street from a movie theater. And he would always talk about all these movies, and when I was at the age of being able to appreciate them, he just started throwin' 'em my way. He was a huge Tom Courtenay fan. Loneliness of the Long Distance Runner was one of the first ones he showed me. And The Dresser. And Under the Volcano. He loved Albert Finney."
Aww! It looks like the love of movies is in his blood!
We can’t wait to peep the rest of this interview, because we can never have too much BC in our lives!
[Image via Esquire.]
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