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Bradley Cooper walks around naked at home; 'totally' comfortable, he says in new interview

Martha Ross, The Mercury News on

Published in Entertainment News

Two years ago, Bradley Cooper spoke in dramatic terms about filming his first full-frontal nude scene for the 2021 film, “Nightmare Alley,” saying it was a “big deal” when he spent six hours totally naked in front of the crew to shoot a steamy sex scene with Toni Collette.

But Cooper has a different view of nudity when it comes to the privacy of his own home. In an interview on Dax Shepard’s "Armchair Expert" podcast, the “Maestro” actor and director said he grew up with a father who was “always nude” in their house, according to the Daily Mail.

So, Cooper said, he has a very relaxed approach when it comes to shedding his clothes behind closed doors, including around his 6-year-old daughter.

When Shepard revealed that he and his wife, actor Kristen Bell, are pretty relaxed about nudity at home, saying he and his family are “naked all the time,” Cooper agreed, “Me too.”

“I was like that. Not with my mom but with my dad,” Cooper told Shepard, according to the Daily Mail. “My dad was always nude, always took showers with him.”

“And you’re quite comfortable nude?” Shepard asked.

“Totally,” Cooper said.

 

During the conversation, Cooper and Shepard also shared stories about how being parents of young children means they enjoy little privacy — including when they use the bathroom, the Daily Mail reported.

Cooper revealed that he and his daughter Lea — whom he co-parents with ex-girlfriend Irina Shayk — regularly chat while he is on the toilet. For his part, Shepard said that his daughters, Lincoln, 10, and Delta, 9, regularly “file in” to the bathroom to talk during his “poopy time.”

In response, Cooper laughed: “My bedroom — the bathtub and toilet and bed are all in the same room.”

“It’s 24/7, dude! There are no doors,” Cooper said, according to the Daily Mail. “The stairs go up and it’s all one floor.”

When Shepard asked, “Do you find that your daughter doesn’t care at all?’

Cooper replied, “Yeah, no, no. We talk where I’m on the toilet, she’s in the bathtub; that’s sort of the go-to.”


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