Kaley Cuoco almost had her leg amputated on ‘The Big Bang Theory’ – Hollywood Life

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in all new books about big bang theoryreleased in time for the beloved sitcom’s 15th anniversary, revealing one of the more shocking behind-the-scenes anecdotes Kaley Cuocowho played Penny, nearly had her leg amputated early in the show’s 12-season run. The Big Bang Theory: The Definitive Backstory of an Epic Hit Series The actress wrote that she had a horseback riding accident in 2010, and the show’s creators said, Chuck Lorrecalled “devastating” in an Oct. 13 interview about the book E.T.“There were a lot of things she could have lost a leg for if it wasn’t for that,” he said.

Kaley Cuoco nearly had her leg amputated while starring in “The Big Bang Theory,” according to a new book about the sitcom. (Everett)

Kaley recalled the horrifying incident to writer Jessica Radloff, saying the horse bounced off her, ran over her and landed on her left foot. “I’m having a hard time,” Jessica told the outlet. said.

“When she recovered, he came to play guitar for her, bought her a rocking horse, and said, ‘This is the only horse you’re allowed to ride now.'” Jessica added.

Miraculously, Kaley only had to be on one episode. “She stood on the back of the couch, sat down. We made it as easy as possible. I think she missed one episode during the whole process of that debacle. It was a miracle.” ” Chuck elaborated.

The anecdote happens just days after Kaley announced she was pregnant With my first child!take her Instagram On Oct. 11, the star revealed she was welcoming a baby girl with her boyfriend. Tom Pelfrey“Baby girl Pelfrey will be born in 2023,” she wrote, along with a selfie with Tom, whom she’s been dating since May. @tommypelphrey!!!” Tom share In a similar set of photos, he writes: Love @kaleycuoco more than ever.

https://hollywoodlife.com/2022/10/14/kaley-cuoco-nearly-amputated-leg-big-bang-theory/ Kaley Cuoco almost had her leg amputated on ‘The Big Bang Theory’ – Hollywood Life

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