Alley Cats Strike (6.1)
Cuoco played Elisa Bowers, a friend of the two leads, Alex Thompson (Kyle Schmid) and Todd McLemore (Robert Ri’chard).
A Million Ways To Die In The West (6.1)
They include Charlize Theron, Amanda Seyfried, and Neil Patrick Harris. The cameos were also loaded from Jamie Foxx to Mae Whitman to Ewan McGregor to Ryan Reynolds. Cuoco joins that list as “Woman in the Store” and she only shows up in the unrated version.
Why Him? (6.2)
She has lent her vocals to various movies and shows, including for an episode of The Big Bang Theory spin-off, Young Sheldon. She did the same for 2016’s Why Him?
Brandy & Mr. Whiskers (6.4)
Once again, this is a case of Kaley Cuoco doing some voice work. A few years before getting her biggest break, Cuoco was the lead character on Brandy & Mr. Whiskers, an animated series that ran from 2004 until 2006. She voiced Brandy, a snobby dog.
The Wedding Ringer (6.6)
The movie is centered around the socially awkward Doug Harris (Josh Gad), who hires a best man (Kevin Hart) for his wedding to Gretchen. Though their friendship is the key, Cuoco got time to shine as a potential bride who doesn’t follow the typical villain trope from the genre.
8 Simple Rules (7.0)
A major selling point for the show was the parent combo of sitcom greats John Ritter and Katey Sagal. The series was both a critical and commercial hit but after the untimely and tragic passing of Ritter, the show’s return saw a dip in ratings and it was canceled soon after.
In between her roles on 8 Simple Rules and The Big Bang Theory, Kaley Cuoco landed on one of the most popular shows of the era, Charmed. The supernatural fantasy series tells the story of The Charmed Ones, a trio of sisters who are the most powerful good witches around. Cuoco joined the fray in the eighth and final season, sticking around for 22 episodes. She portrayed Billie Jenkins, a charge with the power of telekinesis and the ability to warp reality. She even got an emotional scene involving her sister in the series finale.
The Flight Attendant (7.1)
Based on a novel of the same name, the mystery series follows Cassie, a flight attendant who spends the night with a passenger only to wake up and find him dead. She then becomes a suspect in the investigation. The well-received show was meant to be a miniseries but it was renewed for a second season.
The Big Bang Theory (8.1)
It could be argued that The Big Bang Theory is one of the greatest success stories in sitcom history. A series focusing on geeks and nerd culture wasn’t expected to be a hit, yet this show was one of the most-watched in the world during its 12-season run.
Harley Quinn (8.5)
There aren’t many comic book characters hotter right now than Harley Quinn. From a bump in comic storylines to Margot Robbie’s fantastic portrayal on the big screen, Harley is everywhere. Yet the best iteration of the character could arguably be the Harley Quinn animated series.