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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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Your online source for actress and producer, Kaley Cuoco!

A clip of the “Actors on Actors” episode featuring Kaley Cuoco and Elizabeth Olsen was released by Variety. The episode will premiere on PBS on June 18th!

Kaley Cuoco talked to awards website Gold Derby about her recent nominations at the Golden Globes and SAG Awards for her role as Cassie in The Flight Attendant. You can watch her interview below!

Source: Gold Derby

Kaley Cuoco talked with Deadline Hollywood about being nominated for a major award (Golden Globe) for the first time in her career!

“I’ve been in this business for 30 years, and I was in the corner, happy, waving, part of great shows, never did I dream of this moment, nor was it a goal,” beamed Flight Attendant star and EP Kaley Cuoco about her first two Golden Globe nominations this morning.

Read the entire interview at Deadline Hollywood.

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.

Kaley Cuoco discussed her upcoming HBO series The Flight Attendant with TV Insider. Check out some highlights from the interview!

Cassie is so different from Penny. How would you describe her?

Kaley Cuoco: She’s the fun flight attendant who looks completely put together but really is falling apart inside. She’s an alcoholic, but obviously doesn’t want to admit it. She is a disaster, but at the end of the day, she has a good heart and she wants to do what’s right.

So you’re clearly hoping for a second season with Cassie, but do you miss Penny?

Oh, I do. I love that character. I owe everything to Penny and to that show. And if [Big Bang cocreator Chuck Lorre] asked me to do another sitcom, I would do it in a heartbeat.

What kind of TV would we catch you watching to unwind?

I just really love reality TV. I get so sucked in. [Bravo’s] Below Deck, I can’t get enough of. [TLC’s] 90 Day Fiancé, [Lifetime’s] Married at First Sight. [ABC’s] Dancing With the Stars is back. When you look at my TiVo and see what’s on there, I’m embarrassed. If Karl [Cook, my husband] doesn’t hear from me for a few hours, he’s like, “How many shows have you watched?” I’m like, “It’s lady-TV night! Leave me alone!”

Source: TV Insider

Kaley Cuoco was interviewed by USA Today to discuss her roles in The Flight Attendant and voicing Harley Quinn in the new animated series. Check an excerpt below:

“It’s been wonderful (and) totally career changing,” she said of her dual role as first-time executive producer and star of HBO Max’s “The Flight Attendant” (due this fall) during a virtual Television Critics Association panel Wednesday.

Cuoco, 34, who said she loved her time playing Penny on the CBS hit “Big Bang,” sounds equally pleased with voicing the title character of the animated “Harley Quinn” on the DC Universe streaming service last November.

“I had no idea it was going to be as insane and raunchy as it has become. I’m even shocked half the the time at the stuff I say, but that has been this enjoyable (experience) that started as a little side gig and turned into something more,” she said.

Read the full interview at USAtoday.com

An interview with Kaley Cuoco was published by the Associated Press recently, and you can check out an excerpt here:

“The Flight Attendant” is a dark thriller with comedic overtones, letting Cuoco employ the love of laughter she honed for 12 seasons on the CBS comedy. Cuoco said she won a bidding war for the rights to the novel of the same name by Chris Bohjalian.

She stars as Cassie Bowden, a flight attendant who wakes up in the wrong hotel in the wrong bed with a dead man, and has no idea what happened.

“It’s kind of an actor’s dream to play someone like her,” Cuoco said on a video conference Wednesday. “She’s got a roller coaster of issues but a heart of gold. She’s strong.”

Cuoco serves for the first time as an executive producer on the limited series set to air this fall on new streaming service HBO Max.

“It’s been total career-changing for me just to see it from the beginning and kind of go with my gut on things and make my own decisions,” she said.

The series had filmed five of its eight episodes before production was shut down in early March due to the global coronavirus pandemic. Production is set to resume late this month in New York, with social distancing, rewrites to certain aspects of the script and daily COVID-19 testing for actors working closely together.

Read the full interview at APnews.com