Kaley Christine Cuoco is the current reigning queen of American television due to her best role as Penny in CBS’ situational comedy ‘The Big Bang Theory’ (2007-present). She began her career in 1992 as Connie Reinhardt in the thriller film ‘Quicksand: No Escape’. Two years later, she made her television debut in the ABC’s teen drama ‘My So-called Life’.
After appearing in a series of small roles in both films and television, Cuoco played Bridget Hennessy in ‘8 Simple Rules’ (2002-05). The success of the series secured her position in the industry, and while the show ended abruptly after the untimely death of John Ritter (who played Kaley’s father), it gave Cuoco enough momentum to be cast as the female protagonist in Chuck Lorre’s next project, namely ‘The Big Bang Theory’. Besides these, her list of film and television appearances also include ‘Virtuosity’ (1995), ‘Growing Up Brady’ (2000), ‘Charmed’ (2005-06), ‘The Last Ride’ (2011), ‘The Wedding Ringer’ (2015), and ‘Alvin and the Chipmunks: The Road Chip’ (2015).
Kaley Cuoco has had her share of success and failures. ‘Alvin and the Chipmunks: The Road Chip’ is the most successful film of her career, as it was a top-grossing movie at the box-office, despite being poorly received by the critics. If ‘8 Simple Rules’ (2002-05), ‘Hop’ (2011), and ‘Burning Bodhi’ (2015) can be considered as some of her best works, then ‘Cougar Club’ (2007) and‘ The Penthouse’ (2010) are two of the worst Kaley Cuoco movies.
Two weeks before his wedding to the girl of his dreams, a socially awkward guy finds himself in a problem, as he doesn’t have any groomsmen for the occasion. He ends up hiring the owner of a company that provides best man services for grooms in need.
The Man from Toronto is an action comedy film which tells the story of Teddy, who just lost his job at a local gym. Shortly after, he takes his wife to Onancock for her birthday, but he leaves her at the spa, and arrives at the wrong cabin, where a man is held hostage. Teddy is mistaken to be ‘The Man from Toronto’, a mysterious and tough assassin, known for brutal interrogation. Soon, the FBI arrives, and upon learning everything, they convince Teddy to pose as the assassin, as it would help them capture a dangerous man named Colonel Marin.
Virtuosity is a science-fiction action thriller film which tells the story of two detectives in Los Angeles, John Donovan and Parker Barnes, trying to track down a serial killer at a restaurant. The serial killer is a virtual reality simulation who is an amalgam of some of the most violent psychopathic killers in history.
When Kate Mosley, an advertising executive, is denied promotion, she realizes that as far as her boss is concerned, married people stand a better chance of promotion. On a friend’s suggestion, she makes up a story of engagement with Nick, someone she just met. Everything works out smoothly as she gets promoted. Then her boss demands to meet Nick, resulting in a series of complications.
Stephanie Fleming, a Stanford student, invites her family for the holidays and takes them to meet her tech-wealthy boyfriend Laird at his mansion. Her overprotective father Ned, a staid man, is not impressed with Laird and doesn’t approve of his eccentric ways. Not comfortable in Laird’s high-tech world, Ned is alarmed to learn that Laird is about to propose to his daughter.
Hop is an animated fantasy comedy film, which tells the story of a slacker Fred, who doesn’t take his life seriously. When he injures the Easter Bunny unintentionally, he is forced to take him in as a house guest. Both struggle to deal with the situation, and meanwhile, they also learn to grow up.
Alvin, Simon and Theodore believes that their friend Dave is going to propose to his girlfriend Samantha in Miami. Fearing that they will lose their friend for good, they think of a way to stop him.
Boasting of an ensemble cast including Seth MacFarlane, Liam Neeson, Charlize Theron, Amanda Seyfried, and Neil Patrick Harris, this Western romantic comedy, is a story about how Albert Stark, a jilted sheep farmer, finds courage to fight after being encouraged by the pistol-wielding, beautiful Anna.
Kaley Cuoco Awards
|Winner||Favorite Comedic TV Actress||2015|
|Winner||Favorite Comedic TV Actress||2014|