Bradley Cooper looks casual as he leaves his NY office

Bradley Cooper looks casual as he leaves his NY office… after comforting Will Smith at the Oscars after THAT shocking blow

Bradley Cooper looked relaxed when he was seen leaving his New York office on Wednesday.

The Nightmare Alley star, 47, wore a black and white Adidas windbreaker, black jeans and worn-out sneakers with red shoelaces for the day.

The casual outing comes after he attended the Oscars on Sunday at the Dolby Theater in Los Angeles, where he was pictured as comforting actor Will Smith, 53, with a pep talk and a hug after his attack on the stage from comedian Chris Rock, 57.

Relaxed: Bradley Cooper looked relaxed when he was seen leaving his New York office on Wednesday

The actor wore his thick dark brown hair with a slight wave in a casual, cool, swept back hairstyle.

He stayed hydrated during the outing and carried a bottle of Essentia water in his hand.

The actor looked serious as he navigated the streets of New York City, although he did smile at one point.

Casual: The Nightmare Alley star, 47, wore a black and white Adidas windbreaker, black jeans and worn-out sneakers with red shoelaces for the day

Casual: The Nightmare Alley star, 47, wore a black and white Adidas windbreaker, black jeans and worn-out sneakers with red shoelaces for the day

Bradley was not nominated for Best Actor at the Academy Awards this year, but he was nominated in the Best Picture category as he is also a producer on Guillermo del Toro’s film Nightmare Alley.

While attending the show, Cooper was spotted Smith consoled after storming the stage and slapping Rock over a joke he made about his wife, Jada Pinkett Smith, 50, who was bald.

The moment between the two actors was captured during a commercial break and shared on Twitter by columnist Scott Feinberg of The Hollywood Reporter.

The usual: The actor wore his thick dark brown hair with a slight wave in a casual, cool, swept back do

The usual: The actor wore his thick dark brown hair with a slight wave in a casual, cool, swept back do

Smith was first comforted by Denzel Washington, 67, and Tyler Perry, 52. Later, during his Best Actor address, he said Washington told him, “Be careful at your highest moment — that’s when the devil comes for you.”

Cooper was then seen putting both hands on Smith’s shoulders as he gave him a pep talk, before pulling the King Richard star into a hug.

Prior to the commercial break, Rock took the stage to present the Academy Award for Best Documentary.

Shocking: The outing comes after he attended Sunday's Oscars, where he was pictured comforting actor Will Smith, 53, with a pep talk and hug after his attack on comedian Chris Rock, 57, on stage

Shocking: The outing comes after he attended Sunday’s Oscars, where he was pictured comforting actor Will Smith, 53, with a pep talk and hug after his attack on comedian Chris Rock, 57, on stage

Caring: Cooper was seen placing both hands on Smith's shoulders as he spoke to him during a commercial break after the shocking blow

Caring: Cooper was seen placing both hands on Smith’s shoulders as he spoke to him during a commercial break after the shocking blow

Before announcing the nominees, the comedian joked, “Jada, I love you, GI Jane 2, can’t wait to see it.”

Smith was initially seen laughing at the joke, but Pinkett Smith, 50 – who suffers from alopecia – rolled her eyes at the joke.

The camera then caught the I Am Legend star taking the stage and banging on Rock. When he returned to his seat, he started yelling twice, “Keep my wife’s name out of your damn mouth.”

Less than an hour later, Smith won the Best Actor award for his portrayal of Richard Williams, father of tennis legends Serena and Venus.

Smith publicly apologized to Rock Monday night, saying his behavior was “unacceptable and unforgivable.”

The Academy plans to meet Wednesday night where Smith’s fate can be decided.

Checking in to Will: Bradley then pulled the King Richard star into a tight hug

Checking in to Will: Bradley then pulled the King Richard star into a tight hug

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