Belfast Telegraph

Tuesday 31 May 2016

Kaley Cuoco-Sweeting speaks her mind

Published 17/07/2014

Kaley Cuoco-Sweeting
Kaley Cuoco-Sweeting

Kaley Cuoco-Sweeting has a lot in common with her The Big Bang Theory character.

The actress is best known for playing Penny in comedy series The Big Bang Theory. She has quite a lot in common with her character - especially when it comes to telling it as it is.

"I never hold anything back - which can be a good and bad thing!" she laughed to the German edition of Cosmopolitan.

"But we do have differing opinions when it comes to fashion."

Kaley's zest for life means she jumped at the chance to marry tennis player Ryan Sweeting in December last year, despite having been together for less than half a year.

"I'll admit it was fast, but that's just the way I am," she smiled.

The 28-year-old is currently filming rom-com The Wedding Ringer, which is due out in 2015. She might have made her name with acting, but she's keen for people to know she also plays tennis and is a dab hand at horseback riding.

"It might sound arrogant, but I have more talents than just acting," she explained. "But I was born to be in front of the camera."

As well as appearing on screen and being good at sports, Kaley is a keen animal rights activist. She's currently working with The Humane Society to help save seals.

"Please please donate to help protect seals from being brutally slaughtered RIGHT NOW! I will RT! " she urged her followers on Twitter.

"Massive heartfelt thanks to @KAEO_Clothing for helping me make these sick tees and tanks for our #saveseals @soulcycle ride!! (sic)"

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