Nearly nine months after announcing their separation, Kaley Cuoco and Karl Cook finalized their divorce. Cuoco reportedly became legally single on Monday, according to records obtained by Entertainment Tonight, which is certainly good news for her boyfriend Tom Pelphrey.
Kaley Cuoco And Karl Cook, Divorce Announcement Seems Very Sudden
Last month, Cuoco and the 39-year-old Ozark actor made their relationship known online.
The 36-year-old Flight Attendant actress and Cook, a professional equestrian, were married for four years. In a joint statement, they announced their separation but claimed there was “no hate or animosity.”
Despite having a great deal of love and respect for one another, they admitted that their current paths had led them in different directions. “Even though we would like to keep this portion of our personal lives private, we wanted to be forthright in our truth together because we have both shared so much of our journey openly.”
Cuoco acknowledged in a Glamour interview that her workaholism had harmed her relationships. (Prior to Cook, she was married for 21 months to tennis player Ryan Sweeting.)
“I will admit that I am wed to my job. I am, “She spoke up. “My first love has always been it. I believe that’s a difficult obstacle to overcome because sometimes the people and things in my life don’t feel as good as they do in my career. And I acknowledge that it has held me back in some ways.”
Added the Big Bang Theory’s star, “I’ve grown more in the past year than I ever have in my 36 years of existence. And it’s changed my life, too. Never again will my life be the same. And I completely agree. And now I perceive things differently. It’s wonderful to change.”
Despite her vow to never get married again, Cuoco told the magazine that she was open to love.
“I cherish love. I don’t want to spend all of my time by myself. I simply need to reevaluate my priorities in light of the knowledge that I must nurture that relationship. It resembles a plant. I occasionally spend too much time thinking about the garden rather than the particular plant that needs watering. Moreover, I am fully aware of that. I want to improve, I want to change, “She revealed.
Her breakout role as Bridget Hennessy on the ABC sitcom 8 Simple Rules (2002–2005) came after a string of minor parts in films and television in the late 1990s.
After that, Cuoco played Billie Jenkins on the last season of the television series Charmed (2005–2006) and Brandy Harrington in the voice on Brandy & Mr. Whiskers (2004–2006).
Later, she played Penny on The Big Bang Theory on CBS (2007–2019), for which she won a Satellite Award, a Critics’ Choice Award, and two People’s Choice Awards.
Cuoco has been a leading role in and executive producer of the critically acclaimed HBO Max comedy-thriller The Flight Attendant since 2020. She has been nominated for this performance at the Critics’ Choice Awards, the Golden Globe Awards, the Screen Actors Guild Awards, and the Primetime Emmy Awards.