Much like her character on the hit TV show Big Bang Theory, expect major life changes in the future for Kaley Cuoco-Sweeting.
The 28-year-old actress told Women’s Health Magazine that she and husband Ryan Sweeting are already thinking about kids, one year into their marriage:
“I can’t wait, he can’t wait. I feel like I’m meant to be a mom.”
Cuoco-Sweeting also dished on her love affair with playing The Big Bang Theory’s Penny, a role she would assume for as long as her career allows.
“You know, not all of us are chameleons that can do every different thing,” Kaley says in her cover story. “I hope I’m going to be typecast. I will play the girl next door for the rest of my life if I have to. I always kind of feel like I have that in my pocket when I go in a room. Like, ‘Fine, I’m going to go back to this amazing job that’s shredding and love it.'”
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Meanwhile, expect big career moves for Kaley’s character Penny as The Big Bang Theory continues production on its new season. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Penny will undergo major career moves after deciding she does not need to achieve fame as an actress any longer. This revelation came as a result of being fired from a B-movie last season. Ultimately, Penny will continue to make what she called “smart decisions” for her career in the upcoming season of Big Bang Theory.
“Penny has an interesting arc this year where she puts acting down,” said co-creator and executive producer Chuck Lorre at the Television Critics Association’s summer press tour. “She gets a shot to be a pharmaceutical rep at Bernadette’s [Melissa Rauch] company.”
Lorre hinted that this new arc will most likely put Cuoco-Sweeting at odds with her new TV fiancé Leonard, played by Johnny Galecki.
“She’s going to start making some money, which will unbalance their relationship as the power shifts,” Lorre said. “She’s going to find some confidence and self-esteem, which acting does not provide in great heaping doses.”
That last statement, of course, directly contradicts Kaley and her real life Big Bang Theory co-stars, who just bagged big pay raises for reprising their roles in the hit CBS sitcom. As previously reported by The Inquisitr, Kaley Cuoco-Sweeting, Galecki, and fan favorite Jim Parsons will each receive $1 million per episode. The agreement put The Big Bang Theory cast in Friends territory, begging the comparison between the two shows.
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