Bradley Cooper will learn how to chop vegetables like a professional for a new movie role, taught by British chef Gordon Ramsay.
Bradley Cooper will be taught to cook like a professional by a celebrity chef.
The actor has to brush up on his kitchen skills for a new movie role, in which he plays a drug addict chef.
Culinary star Gordon Ramsay has been drafted in to teach the Hollywood star how to look like a pro behind the stove, chopping vegetables and wielding a knife.
A famous TV star himself and friends with celebrities including David and Victoria Beckham, 46-year-old Gordon knows how to best show off your cooking skills in front of a camera.
“Gordon jumped at the chance to be involved in this. He has a lot of showbiz pals in LA through being mates with the Beckhams. So it was only a matter of time before he got involved in the movie business out there,” a source told British newspaper The Sun. “Gordon’s going to be giving Bradley a crash-course in cookery and teaching him some flash tricks like knife-work so Bradley looks like an experienced chef.”
Bradley will star as Parisian cook Adam Jones in new movie Chef, whose addiction to drugs threatens to derail his career before he cleans up his act to try to open a Michelin-star winning restaurant.
As the star of TV shows including Ramsay’s Kitchen Nightmares and Hell’s Kitchen, Gordon is perfect for the tutoring job, with insiders speculating he might even score a cameo in the film.
Currently holding 14 Michelin stars, Gordon was hired to teach 38-year-old Bradley because they are both represented by Creative Artists Agency in Los Angeles.
“He’s used to being in front of the camera, so who knows? A cameo in Chef would be the perfect start if he wanted to dip his toe into acting,” the source commented.
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Monday, 20. May 2013