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The actress first gained international recognition in 2007 after playing the role of Penny, a young and attractive blonde who dreams of an acting career, in the American sitcom Chuck Lorrie and Bill Prady's "The Big Bang Theory. Among other roles, Kaley has appeared in such films as Harry Thomason's biographical musical drama The Last Ride, voiced the main female character in Tim Hill's family comedy cartoon Riot of the Ears, and starred in Chris Levitus' feature-length comedy Penthouse.
Kaley was born on November 30, 1985, in Camarillo, California. Kaley mother, Lane Ann Wingate, did not work and spent all her free time doing household chores and raising children. Her father, Gary Carmine Cuoco, worked as a realtor. In addition to Kaylee, her parents also raised her younger sister, Briana. As a child, Kaley took tennis lessons. Her coach was Kathy Bryan. Since then, the actress has been very friendly with her sons, famous tennis players and Olympic medalists, Bob and Mike Bryan. Since childhood, dreaming of an athletic career, as early as three years of age, Kaley declared herself as a talented novice tennis player in amateur competitions. Cuoco left tennis only in 2002, when she turned sixteen. By this time the girl had already managed to play in about ten films.
The cinematic debut of Kaley was in 1992. The first was the role of Connie Reithard in the thriller, Michael Pressman's "Quicksand: No Way Out. Her partners on the set were such movie stars and Golden Globe Award winners as Donald Sutherland and Felicity Huffman. In 1995, Cuoco appeared as the young Karin Carter in Brett Leonard's sci-fi thriller Virtuality, which also starred Denzel Washington, Russell Crowe and Kelly Lynch. Two years later, she performed a small role in the comedy melodrama Genneth Gordon Caron "Portrait of Perfection", the image of the main character played by Jennifer Aniston. At the same time, there were shooting a fantasy comedy film company Walt Disney "The Tooth Fairy.