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Welcome to Kaley Cuoco Web, your daily dose dedicated to our favorite girl next door! Kaley is best known as Penny on the TV hit and award-winning show The Big Bang Theory and as Bridget on the sitcom 8 Simple Rules. Kaley can be seen in The Flight Attendant on HBO Max in 2020 and as the voice of Harley Quinn in the animated series on DC Universe. Our goal is to bring you the latest news stories, images, media clips and more. We hope you enjoy your visit and please come back to www.kaley-cuoco.org soon!
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The DC FanDome 2021 event will be taking place virtually on Saturday, October 16th beginning at 10 am PT/12pm CT and will feature Harley Quinn. The event will be available to stream on DCFanDome.com, as well as (for the first time) Twitch, YouTube, Facebook, and Twitter.

Source: ComicBook.com

Kaley Cuoco is featured on the cover of WWD for June 9, 2021.

Kaley Cuoco on "WWD" for June 9, 2021

Starring on “The Big Bang Theory” made Cuoco one of the most successful actors in Hollywood — her 12-season run made her one of the highest-paid actors in the history of TV, with the cast each bringing in $1 million an episode from seasons eight through 12 — but it also confined her to a very specific type of sitcom audience. She had no idea where she would go next after “Big Bang,” but something told her that if she wanted to pivot, she would have to go out and create it for herself.

Which is exactly what she did with a little show called “The Flight Attendant,” which she discovered browsing the internet one late night and which turned into a hit HBO Max series she starred in, executive produced, and for which she was subsequently nominated for two Golden Globes. Emmys, it’s your move.

“I think people were interested in the fact that I built this from the ground-up, that this was my project from the beginning,” Cuoco says of being seen in a new light since the show came out. “I think that got a lot of people’s attention and they respected that. They accepted the tone, they accepted this new path for me. But I do believe that them hearing my story over the last few years of how I got the book and how I got this thing going, I felt like I earned a lot of, I don’t know, there was this mutual respect between me and other actors and my fans. It was just, it was incredibly nice and I felt like I had this warm welcome into a whole new career that I didn’t even know was there.”

When “The Big Bang Theory” ended in 2019, Cuoco was advised to take the summer off and relax a bit, which was the one thing she knew she did not want to do.

Source: WWD

Kaley Cuoco is featured on the newest issue of “Entertainment Weekly” magazine! The issue will be available to purchase on June 18th and you can pre-order the issue now!

You can read an excerpt her interview with the magazine at EW.com right now.

Kaley Cuoco - Entertainment Weekly (July 2021)

It was announced that Kaley Cuoco will be participating in this year’s Variety “Actors on Actors” series! She will be on the episode with Elizabeth Olsen. The show was filmed entirely from the actors’ homes and includes exclusive, one-on-one conversations between actors from potential Emmy-contending series.

The four episodes will premiere on PBS SoCal on June 18 at 8 p.m., 8:30 p.m., 9 p.m. and 9:30 p.m., and re-air on KCET on July 2 at 7 p.m., 7:30 p.m., 10 p.m. and 10:30 p.m. All episodes will stream on pbssocal.org and on the free PBS Video app following their premieres. “Variety’s Actors on Actors” will air on PBS stations across the nation starting in June and on World Channel later this summer (check local listings).

Source: Variety

Kaley Cuoco is interviewed by long-time friend and 8 Simple Rules co-star David Spade for the latest issue of Interview Magazine.

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SPADE: Yes, that’s true. I do like you, so now and then, I throw you a real one. Is it hard to executive produce something?

CUOCO: In the sitcom world, I was just an actor. I’d never worn multiple hats during a project, and it’s awesome. I pride myself on my multitasking abilities. I feel like I can do a bunch of things at once. So I would literally be doing this very dramatic, hysterical, drunken cry scene, and then we’d cut and I’d look down at my phone and I’d be monitoring casting.

SPADE: You see how complicated everything is behind the scenes.

CUOCO: I bow down to post-production editors. They are gods. I hate to say it, but I never knew the importance. Music supervisors? They make you who you are on camera.

SPADE: On Growns Ups, what we did—just kidding, no one cares.

CUOCO: Are you doing a new one?

SPADE: No. Those don’t get the greatest reviews. My best review for my movie The Wrong Missy was that the reviewer called it “a delightful piece of shit.”

CUOCO: Who cares about the reviews? People love those movies.