Kaley Cuoco, born on November 30, 1985, is an American actress of Italian descent. She began playing tennis when she was three but realized that she wanted to venture into acting at 16.
She landed her breakthrough role on the ABC sitcom titled “8 Simple Rules for Dating My Teenage Daughter” where she played the character of Bridget Hennesy. This role opened up more opportunities for her to shine and she was later cast to play numerous characters including voice roles. We’ll help you celebrate her special day right here.
Kaley Cuoco was born on November 30, 1985, in California. She is the eldest daughter of a realtor named Gary Carmine Cuoco and a homemaker named Layne Ann. She was raised alongside her sister named Briana, who is also a popular actress.
As a child, Cuoco used to play tennis, a sport she took up when she was only three years old. She stopped playing the sport when she was 16 to pursue an acting career.
Cuoco made her first film appearance in 1995 when she was cast to play the role of young Karin Carter in “Virtuosity.” In 2000, she appeared on the CBS sitcom “Ladies Man” and also landed a role in the T.V.
film “Growing Up Brady.” In 2002, Cuoco got a starring role as Bridget Hennesy in the sitcom titled “8 Simple Rules for Dating My Teenage Daughter.” She also voiced the character of Brandy Harrington, a mixed breed dog, in the Disney series “Brandy and Mr. Whiskers” and the character of Kirstee Smith from “Bratz.”
In 2007, Cuoco began appearing on the CBS sitcom “The Big Bang Theory” as ‘Penny,’ a Cheesecake factory employee. That same year, Cuoco starred in the film titled “To Be Fat Like Me.”
She also played a minor role in the popular series “Prison Break.” In 2008, Cuoco starred in the comedy horror film “Killer Movie,” alongside Paul Wesley and Jason London.