Prior to THE BIG BANG THEORY, Kaley Cuoco-Sweeting was best known to television audiences for her role as Bridget Hennessy in the series "8 Simple Rules." Her other television credits include a recurring role on "Charmed," and guest appearances on "Complete Savages" and "Prison Break." Cuoco also starred in the cable movies "Fat Like Me," "Crimes of Fashion" and "The Hollow," and was seen in the miniseries, "10.5." Her other television movie credits are "Alley Cats Strike," "Toothless," "Attack of the 50Ft Woman," "Growing Up Brady," and the miniseries, "Dean Koontz's Mr. Murder." Additionally, Cuoco-Sweeting lent her voice to the animated series "Brandy and Mr. Whiskers" and "Loonatics Unleashed."
Cuoco-Sweeting began her acting career at a young age, modeling and appearing in commercials. Her first TV role was in 1992's "Quicksand: No Escape" opposite Donald Sutherland. She landed her first feature film role at the age of 8 in "Virtuosity." Her other film credits include "Picture Perfect," "Can't Be Heaven" and "Lucky 13." She also appeared on stage in community theater productions of "Fiddler on the Roof" and "Annie."
Recently, Cuoco-Sweeting appeared on the big screen in "Hop," opposite James Marsden. Additionally, she completed production on the independent feature, "The Last Ride," which is playing at film festivals across the country.
Cuoco-Sweeting is a gifted tennis player who also hikes, runs, rides horses, goes to the gym and spends time with her rescue dogs. She is involved in several charities, including EBMRF, the Humane Society, the Elisabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation, Animal Avengers and PETA.
Currently, Cuoco-Sweeting resides in Los Angeles. Her birth date is Nov. 30.