Bradley Cooper is taking his Oscar nomination cred to Broadway.
According to Entertainment Weekly, the 39-year-old will star in a revival of “The Elephant Man,” the Bernard Pomerance play that took home the Best Drama Tony Award in 1979.
The play is reportedly due to open in the fall. Further casting and show information has yet to be announced.
“The Elephant Man” was last on Broadway in 2002 with Billy Crudup and Kate Burton, who were both nominated for Tony Awards.
The “American Hustle” star previously appeared in the physically demanding role in 2012 at the Williamstown Theatre Festival in Massachusetts.
Bradley was last seen on Broadway in 2006, with Julia Roberts and Paul Rudd in “Three Days of Rain.”
-- Jesse Spero
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