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Yes, that’s Bradley Cooper working a foodtruck in New York

By Marianne Garvey, CNN

(CNN) — Bradley Cooper can add sandwich maker to his resume.

The “Maestro” star gave some New Yorkers a real treat with some Philly cheesesteaks and of course, himself, as he worked a foodtruck in the West Village Wednesday.

Cooper made and served sandwiches alongside Danny DiGiampietro and Seth Braunstein from Angelo’s Pizzeria of South Philadelphia, his hometown. The truck is called Danny & Coop’s Cheesesteaks.

On Instagram, DiGiampietro called Cooper “a natural,” at the food biz.

Laura Dern and Gigi Hadid joined the line while Cooper worked.

Cooper, who starred a master chef in 2015’s “Burnt,” also served non-famous people on their lunch break.

The cheesesteaks cost ten dollars and with proceeds going to food charities.

“100% of the proceeds from today will be donated to help feed New Yorkers in need,” a note on the menu sign read.

Cooper and DiGiampietro are aiming to open a cheesesteak shop in New York and have started an Instagram account dedicated to Danny & Coop’s.

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