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Bradley Cooper Visits Alma Mater, Actors Studio Drama School At Pace

Taking a photo with Bradley Cooper is Chair, Andreas Manolikakis, the Dean of Pace’s Dyson College, Dr. Nira Herrmann and the Provost of Pace University, Dr. Uday Sukhatme.
Taking a photo with Bradley Cooper is Chair, Andreas Manolikakis, the Dean of Pace’s Dyson College, Dr. Nira Herrmann and the Provost of Pace University, Dr. Uday Sukhatme. Photo Credit: Pace University
Cohort 17 taking a group photo with Bradley Cooper after Bradley visited with his MFA family, where he discussed in depth his training at The Actors Studio Drama School and its importance for his professional career.
Cohort 17 taking a group photo with Bradley Cooper after Bradley visited with his MFA family, where he discussed in depth his training at The Actors Studio Drama School and its importance for his professional career. Photo Credit: Pace University
Cohort 18 took a group photo with Bradley Cooper after hd visited with his MFA family, where he discussed in depth his training at The Actors Studio Drama School and its importance for his professional career.
Cohort 18 took a group photo with Bradley Cooper after hd visited with his MFA family, where he discussed in depth his training at The Actors Studio Drama School and its importance for his professional career. Photo Credit: Pace University
Chair of ASDS Andreas Manolikakis with Bradley Cooper.
Chair of ASDS Andreas Manolikakis with Bradley Cooper. Photo Credit: Pace University
Cohort 16 took a group photo with Bradley Cooper after he visited with his MFA family, where he discussed in depth his training at The Actors Studio Drama School and its importance for his professional career.
Cohort 16 took a group photo with Bradley Cooper after he visited with his MFA family, where he discussed in depth his training at The Actors Studio Drama School and its importance for his professional career. Photo Credit: Contributed

WESTCHESTER COUNTY, N.Y. -- Three-time Oscar-nominated actor Bradley Cooper recently visited his alma mater, Actors Studio Drama School at Pace University, and discussed the importance the school had on his professional career.

Moderated by the Chair of the ASDS, Andreas Manolikakis, one of his former masters of fine arts acting teachers, Cooper spent a long evening discussing his extensive experience in the worlds of film, television and Broadway.

He answered questions from current masters of fine arts students in acting, directing and playwriting, the Provost of Pace University, Dr. Uday Sukhatme, and the Dean of Pace’s Dyson College, Dr. Nira Herrmann.

Also in attendance were two of his former MFA teachers Elizabeth Kemp, director of the acting department, and Bill Coco, director of the theater history department, as well as Ken Urso, program coordinator and David Dempsey, director of professional development, two graduates of the program.

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