Bradley Cooper takes break from filming to attend marathon service

Actor Bradley Cooper and Lauren Jones after Thursday’s Interfaith Service in Boston. (Handout)
Actor Bradley Cooper and Lauren Jones after Thursday’s Interfaith Service in Boston. (Handout)

Actor Bradley Cooper was among the attendees at Thursday’s Interfaith Service for the victims of Monday’s Marathon bombings. The actor, in town making a movie, “American Hustle,” with director David O. Russell, chatted with a few folks, including Lauren Jones, director of policy and communications for Lieutenant Governor Tim Murray. Jones (left, with Cooper) ran the Marathon with the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society’s Team in Training, raising more than $6,000.

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