The actress is married to pro equestrian Karl Cook, and the two married on June 30, 2018, at a horse stable near San Diego, California.
Like her husband, Cuoco is an avid horse rider. She is also a former nationally ranked amateur tennis player.
A proponent of animal adoption, Cuoco in the summer of 2018 teamed with the rescue shelter Paw Works and her stylist to design a sock emblazoned with the motto “Adopt. Don’t Shop,” with proceeds going to community animal programs. At the time, the actress said she had adopted three dogs, two rabbits and seven professional show horses.
In September 2007, Cuoco began starring in the CBS sitcom The Big Bang Theory, playing Penny, a Cheesecake Factory employee and aspiring actress who lives across the hall from physicists Dr. Leonard Hofstadter and Dr. Sheldon Cooper. Prior to the 2010–2011 season, she earned $60,000 an episode for the series, the same as her co-stars. In 2010, the cast negotiated a raise for each actor to make $200,000 per episode. On September 13, 2010, she broke her leg in a horse-riding accident and missed two episodes of the series.
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Bought it to see Kaley Cuoco in a different setting and I was pleasantly surprised at the results.
This is a biased review, I admit. As an author who has been in writing groups and struggled with getting an agent and getting published (until I got an agent and got published) the comedy here hit close to home. I've encountered these characters time and again, and they are true to life. And we are a funny bunch. This story is for anyone who has ever dreamed of escaping the nine-to-five life for fame and fortune.
As an actress - I loved this. I could relate to her as I have qualities of each one. But you don't have to be an actress to enjoy this, just a human being. Great content and photos, all wrapped up in a good story that will leave you with a smile.
I loved this book. The characters were well-drawn, the group dynamic thoroughly believable.