Cuoco, Kaley 1985–
CUOCO, Kaley 1985–
Full name, Kaley Christine Cuoco; born November 30, 1985, in Camarillo, CA; daughter of Gary and Layne Cuoco. Avocational Interests: Competitive tennis player, hip–hop dancing, hiking, running, fitness workouts, horseback riding.
Agent—SDB Partners, Inc., 1801 Avenue of the Stars, Suite 902, Los Angeles, CA 90067. Publicist—Nicole King, Baker Winokur Ryder, 9100 Wilshire Blvd., Sixth Floor West, Beverly Hills, CA 90212.
Actress and voice performer. Worked as a model and appeared in commercials, beginning c. 1991. Appeared in public service announcements for DisneyHand outreach program; affiliated with other charities, including Elisabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation and Animal Avengers.
Young Artist Award nomination, Young Artist Foundation, best young actress in a cable movie, 1993, for Quicksand: No Escape; YoungStar Award nomination, Hollywood Reporter, best young actress in a miniseries or television movie, 2000, for Growing Up Brady; Annual Family Television Award, 2003; Teen Choice Award, choice female television breakout star, 2003, Young Artist Award nominations, best leading young actress in a television comedy or drama series, 2003, and best young adult performer in a teenage role, 2004, and Teen Choice Award nominations, choice television actress in a comedy, 2003 and 2004, all for 8 Simple Rules.
Television Appearances; Series:
Bonnie Stiles, Ladies Man, CBS, 2001.
Bridget Hennessy, 8 Simple Rules (also known as 8 Simple Rules … for Dating My Teenage Daughter), ABC, 2002—.
Voices of Brandy Harrington and others, Brandy & Mr. Whiskers (animated), The Disney Channel, 2004—.
Television Appearances; Miniseries:
Charlotte Stillwater, Mr. Murder (also known as Dean Koontz's Mr. Murder), ABC, 1998.
Amanda Williams, 10.5 (also known as Earthquark 10. 5), NBC, 2004.
Television Appearances; Movies:
Connie Reinhardt, Quicksand: No Escape, USA Network, 1992.
Lori, "Toothless," The Wonderful World of Disney, ABC, 1997.
Elisa Bowers, Alley Cats Strike, The Disney Channel, 2000.
Maureen McCormick/Marcia Brady, Growing Up Brady, NBC, 2000.
Brooke (some sources cite Ashley Taylor), Crimes of Fashion (also known as Boss Girl), ABC Family Channel, 2004.
Karen, The Hollow, ABC Family Channel, 2004.
Television Appearances; Specials:
ABC's Christmas in Aspen, ABC, 2002.
Herself, VH1 Big in '03, VH1, 2003.
A Life of Laughter: Remembering John Ritter, ABC, 2003.
A Merry Mickey Celebration, ABC, 2003.
Television Appearances; Awards Presentations:
Presenter, Nickelodeon's 16th Annual Kids' Choice Awards, Nickelodeon, 2003.
The Fifth Annual Family Television Awards, The WB, 2003.
The 2003 Teen Choice Awards, Fox, 2003.
Presenter, The 30th Annual People's Choice Awards, CBS, 2004.
Television Appearances; Episodic:
Miranda at seven, "Hello, I Love You," Northern Exposure, CBS, 1994.
Young Angela, "Father Figures," My So–Called Life, ABC, 1994.
Little Ellen, "The Bubble Gum Incident," Ellen, ABC, 1996.
Don't Forget Your Toothbrush, Comedy Central, c. 2000.
Lynn, "Relationships," 7th Heaven, The WB, 2001.
Erin, "For Whom the Cell Tolls," Complete Savages, ABC, 2004.
"Fashionistas," Real Access, Noggin, 2004.
Guest, Jimmy Kimmel Live, ABC, 2004.
Guest, Larry King Live, Cable News Network, 2004.
Guest, The Late Late Show with Craig Kilborn, CBS, 2004.
Guest, Punk'd, MTV, 2004.
Guest, The Sharon Osbourne Show (also known as Sharon), syndicated, 2004.
Guest, The View, ABC, 2004.
Television Appearances; Pilots:
Lauren Crane, Homewood P.I., CBS, 2000.
Appeared as Olivia, Nathan's Choice.
Karin, Virtuosity, Paramount, 1995.
Little girl, Picture Perfect, Twentieth Century–Fox, 1997.
(As Kaley Cuaco) Teresa, Can't Be Heaven, A–pix Entertainment/Unapix, 2000.
Maralee Rodgers, Debating Robert Lee (also known as The Debate Team), 2004.
Sarah Baker, Lucky 13 (also known as Baker's Dozen), 2004.
Voice, Bratz (animated musical), Twentieth Century–Fox, 2005.
Appeared in California productions of the musicals Annie and Fiddler on the Roof.
TV Guide, October 19, 2002, p. 8; November 23, 2002, p. 26; November 8, 2003, pp. 42–46.
Vanity Fair, July, 2003, p. 156.
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