6 Things You Didn’t Know About The Ladies On Big Bang Theory

By Brock Swinson | Monday Monday Staff -    2017-08-29

Kaley Cuoco Amazing At Tennis

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Kaley Cuoco has been playing tennis since she was three-years old. In fact, she was even a nationally-ranked tennis player before her role on The Big Bang Theory. She was also married to professional tennis player Ryan Sweeting, until 2016.

Kaley Cuoco Wasn’t The Show’s First Choice

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There’s a pilot going around that shows a different actress in Kaley Cuoco’s lead role on The Big Bang Theory. Amanda Walsh played the other role, but the network didn’t like the show which was once called Lenny, Penny, and Kenny.

Luckily, Cuoco signed on and the show became a major hit.

Mayim Bialik Holds a Ph.D. in Real Life

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Mayim Bialik plays genius Amy Farrah Fowler on the CBS sitcom, but she’s also super smart in real life. In real life, Bialik turned down Harvard and Yale, where she got accepted and chose to get her Ph.D. from UCLA.

Mayim Bialik Is Somewhat Of A Hippie…

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We use the term loosely here, but Bialik has referred to herself a “hippie mama.” For the actress, this means creating her own shampoo and doing her best to avoid any types of commercial cleaning products.

But, what about Melissa Rauch?

Melissa Rauch Absolutely Loves Nerd Culture

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Actress Melissa Rauch, who plays Bernadette on the show, has always referred to herself as a nerd in nerd domain. “My things have always been theatre related and comedy or I’m a major NPR listener.”

Rauch Loved The Show Before She Was Cast

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According to Fox News, “When [Melissa Rauch] joined the show as Bernadette in Season 3, Rauch was already a huge fan of the show, but she tried to play it cool on set. Variety reported earlier this year Rauch finalized her deal with Warner Bros. television to stay with the series. The deal will reportedly pay $500,000 per episode for 48 episodes.”

Did you know all of these facts about the ladies of TBBT?

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