Kaley Cuoco & Mayim Bialik hate each other!
At the beginning of 2017, “The Big Bang Theory” stars made the headlines because of their different salaries and a campaign in which Kaley Cuoco and Co. gave up some of their money. To make up for the fact that Mayim Bialik (Amy) and Melissa Rauch (Bernadette) were earning much less, the other stars are willing to give up a tenth of their pay per episode.
Kaley Cuoco and Mayim Bialik: “The Big Bang Theory” stars hate each other
Mayim Bialik (Amy) and Kaley Cuoco (Penny) are said to hate each other in private! CBSDm “Star” magazine was told by an insider that Kaley Cuoco (“Penny”) and Mayim Bialik (“Amy”) can’t stand each other in spite of (or even because of) everything. ” Mayim went from $200,000 an episode to $450,000, but she still thinks it’s unfair that Kaley makes almost a million dollars.”
The animosity between Cuoco and Bialik is mutual
But Kaley Cuoco was also fed up with her colleague. The informant told “Star” further: “Kaley says she is one of the stars of the show and is angry that Mayim is blocking the production to argue about money.” The source, who according to the magazine worked on the set of “The Big Bang Theory”, also allegedly divulged that Mayim Bialik was sure at the time that Cuoco’s action was just a PR gag anyway. “Kaley and Mayim are like oil and water.”
Jealousy on “The Big Bang Theory” set?
Penny and Amy had a run-in with each other on the show as well. For one thing, Penny likes to feel pressured by Amy, and for another, the latter occasionally feels rejected by Penny. Once, Amy even broke her BFF’s nose by mistake.
That the actresses also have their problems with each other could also be due to the fact that they couldn’t be more different. “Mayim lives a very normal Hollywood-free life,” says the insider. With Cuoco, who is often in the spotlight, it’s a bit different.
The fact that Mayim Bialik – unlike Cuoco – has already been nominated for an Emmy several times for her role of Amy, while the blonde went away empty-handed, may have contributed to the rift.
Kaley Cuoco and more: All new roles of The Big Bang Theory Stars
For a long time The Big Bang Theory was the most watched television series of all. With a total of 279 episodes, the sitcom even broke a record that had been held for decades by Cheers with 275 episodes. Now the comedy format has come to an end last year, allowing the ensemble to concentrate on exciting projects outside the nerd bubble.
With the end of The Big Bang Theory, however, the actors around Kaley Cuoco, Jim Parsons and Johnny Galecki may not only have a feeling of being liberated, but also a certain fear of not being able to detach themselves from the image of the CBS success format in the future. Not unjustified, when you consider how many series stars were barely able to gain a foothold in the entertainment industry after their great success on the big screen.
Netflix & Theater: Jim Parsons distances himself from Sheldon Cooper
You can be pretty sure that especially a member of The Big Bang Theory core will have no problems getting offers for new projects in the future: Jim Parsons. The Sheldon Cooper actor, who won a Golden Globe as well as an Emmy for his performance of the neurotic scientist, has been proving his variety for years.
He was not only seen in the independent comedy Wish I Was Herevon Zach Braff, but also in the Oscar-winning Hidden Figures – Unknown Heroines or the Ted Bundy thriller Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile, in which he appeared in a small role alongside Zach Efron. He is also the narrator in the TBBT spin-off Young Sheldon. But that’s not enough, as Netflix recently proved.
Since May 1, the streaming service has been offering the series Hollywood, in which Jim Parsons presents himself from a completely new side. Baptized by American horror story maker Ryan Murphyaus, the series portrays the dream factory in the 1950s and traces star cult, hypocrisy, sexism and self-deception. In the middle of it all: Jim Parsons as the headstrong agent Henry Wilson.
On course correction: The Big Bang Theory stars show courage in their choice of roles
Speaking of Ryan Murphy: This year Jim Parsons could also be featured in the film adaptation of the play The Boys in the Band, which is also being produced by Murphy for Netflix. Furthermore, there will also be a reunion between old acquaintances: Parsons will produce the comedy series Carla, starring Mayim Bialik aka Amy.
Mayim Bialik will also take on a role in the feature film The Inspector Chronicles and make his directing debut with As Sick As They Made Usihr. This is a fitting occasion for another reunion, as not only Dustin Hoffman will be in front of the camera, but also Simon Helberg, who shone in The Big Bang Theory in the role of the crazy Howard.
In addition to his involvement in As Sick as They Made Us, Simon Helberg has another particularly promising project in the pipeline: At the side of Star Wars star Adam Driver and Oscar winner Marion Cotillard, he will appear in the musical drama Annettevon Leo’s Carax (Holy Motors) and convince us of his singing talent.
In the serious fachwird also Kunal Nayyar attempts to convince himself, who could only displace his shyness as Raj in The Big Bang Theory by a generous sip of high-proof. Besides a speaking role in Troll’s World Tour and the comedy Think Like a Dog, Nayyar will prove his acting talent in the drama Sweetness in the Bellyan on Dakota Fanning’s side.
Melissa Rauch and Johnny Galecki: Things are going well both privately and professionally
Even for Melissa Rauch, who as Bernadette Rostenkowski has been the main actress in The Big Bang Theory since the 4th season, she can’t complain about lack of employment in a double sense. After she lent Francine her voice in Ice Age 5 – Collision Ahead! and Harley Quinn for Batman and Harley Quinni, she was last seen in the Steven Soderbergh satire The Money Launderers Meryl Streep and Gary Oldman. Recently Melissa Rauch also became a mother for the first time.
Johnny Galecki, who as Leonard Hofstadter is probably the most normal character within the cult nerd circle, has not only been able to celebrate successes on the big screen with The Big Bang Theory in recent years. Galecki once became famous through Roseanne, in which he impersonated David Healy. Since 2018 Galecki has been seen as Healy in the spin-off Die Connerserneut. He is also working as executive producer on a comedy series called The Squad, which is being shown in the world’s