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Kaley Cuoco-Sweeting stars in "The Big Bang Theory" on CBS as Penny. Cuoco also often lends her voice to animated television shows including "Brandy and Mr. Whiskers" and "Bratz." On the big screen, she stars in the Easter-themed children's comedy "Hop," opposite James Marsden.

Kaley Cuoco has made a name for herself starring in hit television series since age 17. Cuoco starred as Bridget Hennessey, the late John Ritter's daughter, in the ABC sitcom "8 Simple Rules," for which she won a Teen Choice
Kaley Cuoco in "The Big Bang Theory"
Kaley Cuoco The Big Bang Theory
Award. She also recently completed production on the independent feature "The Last Ride."

Cuoco also starred as a recurring character on The WB's "Charmed," alongside Alyssa Milano, Rose McGowan and Holly Marie Combs. She has made guest appearances on "Ladies Man," "Prison Break," "Complete Savages," "My So-Called Life," "7th Heaven" and "Northern Exposure." Cuoco was the lead in the ABC Family telefilms "Crimes of Fashion" and "The Hollow," and was seen in NBC's television miniseries "10.5," a seismic thriller about an earthquake that ravages the state of Washington and Northern California. Cuoco's other made-for-television movie credits include "Alley Cats Strike," "Toothless," "Attack of the 50 Ft. Woman" and "Growing Up Brady," and she appeared in and the ABC miniseries "Dean Koontz's Mr. Murder." Additionally, Cuoco lent her voice to Disney Channel's animated series "Brandy & Mr. Whiskers" and the Kids' WB's "Loonatics Unleashed."

Cuoco began her acting career at a young age, appearing in commercials and modeling. Her first television role was 1992's "Quicksand: No Escape," with Donald Sutherland. She landed her first feature film role at the age of eight in "Virtuosity," starring Denzel Washington and Russell Crowe. Her additional theatrical film credits include "Killer Movie," "Picture Perfect," "Can't Be Heaven" and "Lucky 13." She also appeared onstage in community theater productions of "Fiddler on the Roof" and "Annie."

In her spare time, Cuoco is a gifted tennis player and enjoys hiking, running, horseback riding, going to the gym and spending time with her rescue dogs. She is also involved in charities such as the Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation, Animal Avengers and People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals.

Cuoco currently resides in Los Angeles.

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Age: 30 years old
Birthday: November 30, 1985
Height: 5' 7"
Full Name / Real Name: Kaley Christine Cuoco
Birthplace: Camarillo, CA

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