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Also Known As: Kaley Christine Cuoco, Kaley Cuoco-Sweeting Died:
Born: November 30, 1985 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Camarillo, California, USA Profession: actress, model

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Kaley Cuoco's bubbly and down-to-earth personality underscored her role as the thinking man's crush on the hit comedy series "The Big Bang Theory" (CBS, 2007- ). Playing a waitress and aspiring actress who befriends her intelligent but socially inept neighbors, Cuoco exuded a perfect blend of innocence and confidence, breaking the mold of the typical blonde bombshell. Prior to her breakout role, Cuoco overcame the impossible when John Ritter, her TV dad on "8 Simple Rules for Dating My Teenage Daughter" (ABC, 2002-05) passed away unexpectedly in 2003. Ready to give up on her acting career, Cuoco decided to honor the beloved actor's legacy and did so by giving a heartwarming performance in the Ritter-dedicated episode, "Goodbye." Yet it was her comedic talent and charisma on "The Big Bang Theory" that established Cuoco as one of television's most relatable and likeable young stars.

Kaley Cuoco's bubbly and down-to-earth personality underscored her role as the thinking man's crush on the hit comedy series "The Big Bang Theory" (CBS, 2007- ). Playing a waitress and aspiring actress who befriends her intelligent but socially inept neighbors, Cuoco exuded a perfect blend of innocence and confidence, breaking the mold of the typical blonde bombshell. Prior to her breakout role, Cuoco overcame the impossible when John Ritter, her TV dad on "8 Simple Rules for Dating My Teenage Daughter" (ABC, 2002-05) passed away unexpectedly in 2003. Ready to give up on her acting career, Cuoco decided to honor the beloved actor's legacy and did so by giving a heartwarming performance in the Ritter-dedicated episode, "Goodbye." Yet it was her comedic talent and charisma on "The Big Bang Theory" that established Cuoco as one of television's most relatable and likeable young stars.

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CAST: (feature film)

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 Burning Bodhi (2015)
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 Hop (2011)
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 Killer Movie (2008)
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 Cougar Club (2007)
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 Debate Club, The (2004)
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 Growing Up Brady (2000) Maureen Mccormick/Marcia Brady
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Milestones close milestones

1990:
Began modeling at age six
1992:
Made TV-move debut in "Quicksand: No Escape" (USA Network) with Donald Sutherland and Tim Matheson
1994:
Appeared on an episode of "Northern Exposure" (CBS)
1994:
Played a young Angela in "My So-Called Life" (ABC)
1995:
Made feature film debut in "Virtuosity," starring Denzel Washington and Kelly Lynch
1997:
Had a small role in "Picture Perfect," starring Jennifer Aniston
2000:
Portrayed Maureen McCormick in the NBC TV-movie "Growing Up Brady"
2000:
Cast as Bonnie on the CBS sitcom "Ladies Man"
2004:
Cast in the NBC miniseries "10.5"
2004:
Co-starred in the ABC Family original movie "Crimes of Fashion"
2004:
Voiced the character of Brandy Harrington on the Disney Channel's "Brandy and Mr. Whiskers"
2007:
Starred in the Lifetime movie "To Be Fat Like Me"
2011:
Co-starred in the live-action/CGI film "Hop"
2011:
Co-starred in Hank Williams biopic "The Last Ride"
2012:
Played murder victim Stacy Peterson in Lifetime TV movie "Drew Peterson: Untouchable"
2014:
Starred in indie comedy "Authors Anonymous"
2015:
Co-starred in Kevin Hart/Josh Gad comedy "The Wedding Ringer"
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father:
Gary Cuoco.
sister:
Briana Cuoco.
mother:
Layne Cuoco.

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