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Kaley Cuoco personality. Penny in The Big Bang Theory TV show

Kaley Cuoco personality. Penny in The Big Bang Theory TV show
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The Big Bang Theory and Kaley Cuoco. Everybody knows Penny, the popular waitress and aspiring actress who lives across the hall of geeky roommates Leonard Hofstadter and Sheldon Cooper. However, how about Kaley Cuoco, the primary female actress on the TV show?

Kaley Cuoco personality. Penny in The Big Bang Theory TV show

Penny in The Big Bang Theory TV show

Today, some clues about her personality. Listen to her! Kaley Cuoco rocks!

Sincere, supportive, realistic, stylish, innovative, familiar, animal lover, sportswoman, good eater and… FUNNY!!!!

Kaley Cuoco personality. Penny in The Big Bang Theory TV show

Penny and her geeky friends. The Big Bang Theory TV show

Kaley Cuoco inspirational quotes:

Sincere: Obviously, I don’t have a high IQ, but I’ve always liked nerds and quirky guys.

Supportive: When I started on ‘Big Bang,’ I was the only girl; I felt like I had four brothers. Then Melissa Rauch and Mayim Bialik came on the show, and we got really close. Because of that, I’m not so quick to judge other women, and now I have all these amazing new girlfriends.

Realistic: I don’t want to be involved with an actor because I know how they are. I’ve had problems in the past being with guys who haven’t had any success or haven’t made as much money, and it’s very uncomfortable.

Stylish: I love the fashion world. I love clothes. I love style.

Kaley Cuoco personality. Penny in The Big Bang Theory TV show

The Big Bang Theory. Penny and Leonard

Innovative: My new iPhone, I’m obsessed. My iPod. I love all the Mac crap. AppleTV, I’m crazy about that. I’d rather buy a new gadget than, like, a purse.

Familiar: I will always be the way I was a couple years ago before anything happened. And that’s to my parents’ credit, my amazing parents who have been around me my whole life and raised me right. I’m very happy with what has happened so far.

Animal lover: I’m hoping one day to open my own shelter. I would be the person with the three-legged dog. I just love animals more than people; I really do.

Sportswoman: Horseback riding is my passion. Other than work. People can’t imagine me getting dirty, but that’s what I love about it.

Good eater: I’m a good eater and like to make my own meals. I start my day with granola, fresh fruit, and skim milk and end it with something healthy that also comes from my own kitchen.

… And above all funny: I’m a ‘Bridesmaids’ type of girl. I love silliness. That’s who I am at heart, and I know I can do it. If my career path takes me elsewhere, that’s great. But comedy is my forte.

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