Actor Kaley Cuoco is up for playing Doris Day, the screen legend in the upcoming series of Warner Bros Television. Days official biography is the inspiration for the unlimited series, which was published in 1976 and the author of the biography AE Hotchner.
Before the upcoming series, Kaley Cuoco has been series in many sitcoms like Charmed and The Big Bang Theory. Cuoco is up for producing the project again with her production, Yes, Norman Productions.
Her second collaboration is being marked with the two production houses, Warner Bros. Television and Berlanti Productions, after HBO’s The Flight Attendant series running successfully. In the 1950s and 1960s, Day was counted among the biggest female stars and her musical career has been equally impressive.
Mary Ann Von Kappelhoff, her birth name, took birth in Cincinnati, Ohio on April 3, 1922. At the age of 15, she started her professional career as a singer then and gained success in her early 20s and her song Sentimental Journey which she produced by collaborating with Les Brown’s band.
In 1956, the signature song of the movie, The Man Who Knew Too Much from Alfred Hitchcock’s. The song Que Sera Sera from the movie brought her global fame. Movies such as Love Me or Leave Me, Pillow Talk, The Thrill of It All and Calamity Jane have starred her over the years.
After being married four times, when Doris Day died in 1968 she was left in debt because her third husband lost all of their money but her career in television did save her from financial ruin.
David Madden, Sarah Schechter, Greg Berlanti and Cuoco will be the executive producer of the upcoming limited series the adaptation of the biography and will be totally based on Doris Day and her career in television and the ups and downs in her career.