by Reid Wilson
On 60 Minutes last Sunday, Bradley Cooper was interviewed. He keeps a low profile on the New York streets perfecting his craft daily. Bradley says that he prefers New York to Los Angeles because the city lets him live his life at a more normal pace allowing him to focus on acting efforts.
Last week we discussed work ethic through two popular movie anecdotes. Coincidentally, Bradley was in one movie that we discussed. In his first starring role as Chris Kyle, in American Sniper, Bradley put in eight hours per day adding muscle to take on Chris Kyle’s physique. He said that he wanted to get just the smallest Chris Kyle life glimpse so that he could portray the character well. He even spent the weekends shooting with real SEAL instructors to further his glimpse into Kyle’s life.
To Achieve Continuously Perfect Your Craft.
It is evident Bradley Cooper perfects his craft by continuously working on his skills. After a big role many people may take the time off to celebrate. Not Bradley, he is currently acting in a play on Broadway that he wrote. Working on your skills will leave no doubt when it is time to perform.
Behind the Visual Character There is a Serious Player.
With a major Chris video update from Barwis Methods, we can see another man working on his craft. The relentless walking pursuit is evident with Chris stepping and standing on his own. Chris could have celebrated when he just stood and been satisfied because that is a long way to come from no walking. We get to see his character in a short video, but he is a working player. Just like Bradley he is moving on to Broadway to keep working and perfecting his craft.
Hope. Work. Drive.
Video via Barwis Methods.
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