Bradley Cooper has revealed the favourite character he has played is Phil Wenneck from 'The Hangover' films.
Bradley Cooper has revealed the character he played in 'The Hangover' films is his ever role.
The actor has portrayed smooth-talking Phil Wenneck - the leader of the boisterous 'Wolf Pack' bachelor party - in two movies and he regards him as his "coolest" ever role.
He said: "He's my favourite character to play. And playing him a second time, I realised just how much I loved him.
"He makes no apologies for who he is, but there's no malice to him either. He's a big talker, but he's never the loudest guy. He's not boisterous, he doesn't need to compensate for some insecurity, he's just the coolest motherf****r there is."
Bradley - whose past roles have included lovesick journalist Will Tippin in TV series 'Alias' and Face in 'The A-Team' - got a lot of inspiration for Phil's character from the films' director Todd Phillips
He added to GQ magazine: "A lot of his mannerisms, the way he speaks, the way he talks and the way he is in general, I took from the director Todd Philips."