The Big Bang Theory’s Kaley Cuoco has landed her first ever role in a feature film.
That’s right, the 34-year-old will be starring alongside Kevin Hart and Woody Harrelson in the upcoming hit The Man from Toronto. While not much is known about the movie, it’s said the plot will follow the world’s most notorious assassin as he comes face to face with a New Yorker during a night at an Airbnb. The duo are expected to clash, which could turn out deadly for the both of them.
Alongside the announcement, the animal lover wrote: ‘In a time where things feel uncertain, this kind of news makes me feel incredibly grateful and elated! ‘Am I dreaming? Can’t wait to reunite with @kevinhart4real and basically sit there while he makes my face hurt from 24/7 laughter and Woody?! What?!’
Actress Kaley Cuoco of “The Big Bang Theory” fame has sold her home in Tarzana for $3.95 million, or about $3 million less than the original asking price — $6.9 million.
Cuoco, among the highest-paid television actresses during her run on “Big Bang,” bought the estate through a trust in 2014 for $5.499 million, The Times previously reported. Former Lakers forward Lamar Odom and reality television personality Khloe Kardashian were the prior owners.
Updated during the actress’ ownership, the Mediterranean-style home has about 8,000 square feet of curated living space, a rotunda entry, a movie theater, six bedrooms and eight bathrooms. A living room with a wet bar and a suspended bench/swing sit off the entry. The two-story floor plan also has a formal dining room with coffered ceilings and a snazzy chef’s kitchen with a center island.
Outside, there’s a covered arbor, an outdoor kitchen and a swimming pool with a spa. The landscaped grounds cover three-quarters of an acre. Cuoco, 34, appeared in the series “8 Simple Rules” and “Charmed” before starring as Penny in “The Big Bang Theory.” On the film side, her roles include “Authors Anonymous,” “The Penthouse” and “The Wedding Ringer.” Stephanie Vitacco of Keller Williams Realty was the listing agent. Barry Dantagnan of Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage represented the buyer.
Kaley Cuoco is moving on, not just from “The Big Bang Theory” … she’s also unloading her awesome estate. Our real estate sources say she’s just listed her $6.9 million home in the super-exclusive Mulholland Park estates in Tarzana.
The 7 bedroom home is in a super secure gated area. Some of the celebs who have lived there or still call the place home include Kevin Hart, Khloe and Lamar, Kendall Jenner, Bruce Willis, Chris Tucker, Christina Aguilera, Charlie Sheen, Paris Hilton, Slash and Magic Johnson. As for Kaley’s home, listed by Keller Williams agent Stephanie Vitacco, it’s 8,000 square feet, customized to the 9’s, has a library, an amazing outdoor entertaining area, and a pretty awesome backyard with a pool.
She’s ‘Excited For The Next Chapter’ – The actress is ‘planning on starting a family as soon as the show wraps.’
Newlywed Kaley Cuoco Opens a New Window. and hubby Karl Cook Opens a New Window. are anxious for “The Big Bang Theory” to end — so they can get busy making a baby Opens a New Window. , RadarOnline.com can exclusively reveal! “They’re planning on starting a family as soon as the show wraps!” dished a source.
The sitcom cutie, 33, and the handsome equestrian athlete Opens a New Window. , 28, tied the knot on June 30 — and have been sharing their wedded bliss with pictures on social media.
“Kaley wanted some one-on-one time as a married couple before the stress of trying to get pregnant,” an insider snitched. “But once the show is over, she’s decided to concentrate on making a family!” “Big Bang” will sign off in May after a 12-year run, and sources said Kaley is looking for gigs that won’t interfere with her pregnancy and first days as a new mom.
“Kaley knows she has her pick of options after the success of ‘Big Bang,’ ” the source spilled Opens a New Window. “She’s considering voice-over work that won’t require much time — or for her to regain her pre-baby body right away. “She can’t wait for this next chapter!”
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In a story that many women will find familiar, Kaley Cuoco, one of the stars of the long-running sitcom The Big Bang Theory, once met a great guy. It was love at first sight, at least for a little while. He was hot. (A jawline that could carve stone!) He was funny. (His jokes cracked everyone up.) He was famous. (Like, really famous.) He was just an all-around stellar dude. It was all so perfect that Cuoco thought she could see her future with him, including their little babies and those growing-old-together parts. Everything was falling into place . . . until the check arrived after their first dinner date. It was then that she discovered his dirty little secret: He was cheap.
So exactly how does one get over a dating a stingy tipper? Can the subject be broached? According to Cuoco, dealing with the situation successfully has to do with devising post-dinner gratuity tactics. Or sometimes, it’s simply better not to go out. But would that be sustainable for the rest of our lives? In other words: Is it possible to truly love someone 100 percent if they are only leaving 8 percent on the check? And who, exactly, was the superstar guy? Here, in the latest episode of Sad Hot Girls, watch Cuoco recall her cringeworthy experience with the cheap boyfriend. [Source]
Kaley Cuoco has launched a production company, Yes, Norman Productions, which has entered an exclusive multi-year pod deal with Warner Bros. TV, the studio behind the blockbuster CBS comedy series.
Under the pact, Cuoco will develop original television projects for broadcast, cable, SVOD and digital platforms via WBTV, Warner Horizon Scripted Television, Warner Bros. Animation and WBTVG’s digital venture Blue Ribbon Content.
Cuoco already has set her first project, The Flight Attendant, a limited series based on Chris Bohjalian’s upcoming novel, which she is slated to star in and executive produce.
Cuoco has optioned the rights to The Flight Attendant, to be published in March by Doubleday, which is described as a powerful story about the ways an entire life can change in one night: A flight attendant (played by Cuoco) wakes up in the wrong Dubai hotel room, in the wrong bed, with a dead man — and no idea what happened. It unveils a story of memory, the giddy pleasures of alcohol and the devastating consequences of addiction, and of murder far from home.
“I read The Flight Attendant and was hooked immediately!,” Cuoco said. “Warner Bros. Television is my extended family and I’m so excited to work together and bring this amazing book to life with them.” Continue reading “Kaley Cuoco Launches Company, Inks Pod Deal With Warner Bros. TV & Set First Project – Limited Series She Would Star In”
When Kaley Cuoco commits to something, she goes all in.
“I am black or white,” admits the “Big Bang Theory” actress, 31. “There is no gray area.” Everything she likes, she’s obsessed with; everything she wants, she wants it now. Like, for instance, her cocktail.
After sliding into a banquette in the lobby bar of the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel, the server takes her order (a bourbon-based Sazerac), then races off, apparently in response to one of Cuoco’s delightfully deadpan comments. “I said, ‘I always start drinking at 4, and it’s already, like, 4:30, so I’m getting jittery.’ I think she thought I was serious!”
But then, Cuoco — dressed in a “casual” black St. Laurent T-shirt, vintage army pants and pink spike-studded Valentino slides — has a pretty commanding presence. How else would she have ended up on one of the highest-rated shows ever on TV?
Her irresistible mix of sunniness and sass was apparent from her childhood in Camarillo, Calif. Her father (a longtime firefighter who now works in real estate) and stay-at-home mom supported her interests early and often. Cuoco started playing tennis at age 3 (“I was basically born on a tennis court,” she says) and nailing acting auditions by 5. On TV, she ate Kentucky Fried Chicken, sang the Oscar Mayer song (“with a fake hot dog dancing next to me”) and starred in roughly 20 Barbie commercials.
“There was no lightbulb moment where I moved to California and wanted to be an actress,” she says. “It happened as if I was born to do it. Which is so funny, because to this day, that’s how I feel.”
By high school, Cuoco had to decide whether she’d devote herself to acting or tennis full time. By her teens she was crisscrossing the country for tournaments; college tryouts loomed. “I was like, ‘I’m not just gonna play tennis for f – – king fun,’” she says, and then it turned into, “I need to demolish you and travel the world, or I’m not doing it!”
She eventually opted to retire her racket, and within a year she’d landed a starring role on the ABC sitcom “8 Simple Rules,” which ran for three seasons, until 2005. “The Big Bang Theory” debuted two years later. Continue reading “Kaley Cuoco’s got a hot tech scion boyfriend and one of the highest salaries in TV”