Five years ago actor Bradley Cooper wasn’t a household name. Now he’s in the company of actors like Marlon Brando and Jack Nicholson due to his three consecutive Oscar nominations (American Sniper, Silver Lining Playbook, American Hustle). But he’s not just a star in Hollywood. In New York, Cooper was “the toast of Broadway” in 2014 when he starred in the production of “The Elephant Man.”
Steve Kroft recently interviewed Cooper in New York for 60 Minutes. Kroft asked if the paparazzi bothers him in Manhattan. “They get me from where I live to the subway station,” said Cooper. “But for some reason they don’t want to spend the $2.50 and take the subway with me,” he said with a smile. Kroft’s interview with Cooper will air on 60 Minutes on June 7, 7pm on CBS.