From Hangover hunk to sexy Silver Linings star, there's no doubt Bradley Cooper has always been easy on the eyes, but he's also evolved into an A-list actor who's as handsome as ever.
"I actually got married three times on the way down here, I got so crazy in the mood," the blue-eyed hottie enthusiastically quipped to E! News in 2005 at the premiere for Wedding Crashers in which he played Rachel McAdams jerk-BF Sack.
The charming actor then went on to star in the 2006 flick Failure to Launch alongside Sarah Jessica Parker and Matthew McConaughey before going taking on roles in both 2008's Yes Man as well as the 2009 hit He's Just Not that Into You.
While Cooper had already found success on the silver screen, he really made it big once The Hangover hit theaters, continuing on to star in all three films of the hit comedy's franchise, playing the loveable (and swoon-worthy!) Phil.
But Cooper's acting chops also extend far beyond comedy roles—something the stud was able to prove when he flexed his action muscles in the 2010 flick, The A-Team.
"We definitely play…to the show and take all of these sort of great sort of iconic symbols from the show," he told E! News at the premiere.
Next up came both Limitless and The Hangover Part II in 2011 before he starred opposite former girlfriend Zoe Saldana in the 2012 flick, The Words.
"I think it's a real date movie, I would say. Cause there's also this thriller aspect to it, but I think more than anything it feels like it's romantic," he said of the drama.
The year 2012 was a big one for Bradley, as also he starred in Silver Linings Playbook with Jennifer Lawrence and was nominated for his first Academy Award for Best Actor for the role as Pat in the David O'Russell-directed flick.
"The dancing was a lot of fun," he said with a smile at the premiere. "I love to dance and Jennifer, besides being the best person to act with, is about the best person to dance with."
Cooper is next set to reunite with his Silver Linings costar Lawrence in David O'Russell's American Hustle, which was already named both Best Picture and Best Screenplay by the New York Film Critics Circle earlier this week, and is set to hit theaters Dec. 20.
Can't wait to see what 2014 brings for Bradley!