What We Know About Kaley Cuoco's New Relationship With An Ozark Actor

Kaley Cuoco has had her share of ups and downs in the romance department. According to People, she married her first husband, tennis player Ryan Sweeting back in 2013 on New Year's Eve. The couple announced their divorce almost two years later in late 2015 (via Page Six). "The person I ended up with was not the person I originally met," the "Big Bang Theory" alum told Cosmopolitan. "And that wasn't my fault — that was his."

Couco began dating equestrian Karl Cook in 2016, and they said "I do" two years later (via Us Weekly). Yet the couple didn't move in together until the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020. The marriage seemed to be going strong. As reported by Us Weekly, "The Flight Attendant" star shared a sweet message on Instagram for their anniversary. "2 years to the day before we got married and now 3 years married," she wrote. "Why have you stayed married to me for so long?! I'm sincerely impressed @mrtankcook lol I love you oh so much you have no idea ...happy anniversary!!!"

The couple jointly announced they were getting divorced in September. Though Cuoco said she would never get married again, she has started dating an actor from "Ozark." Here's what we know.

Kaley Cuoco is dating Ozark actor Tom Pelphrey

Kaley Cuoco made her new relationship Instagram official this week when she posted sweet photos cozying up with "Ozark" actor Tom Pelphrey on what seems to be a mountain vacation. In a collection of pics including a beautiful forest and a video of her adorable dog, Cuoco snuck in a few snaps of her and Pelphrey. "The sun breaks through the clouds, rays of gold slipping into my eyes and heart, rays of yellow to break the grey," she captioned the post.

It seems like Pelphrey is also eager to publicly share the news. On his Instagram page, he posted a Polaroid photo of the couple and wrote a long post quoted from what he attributed to "from Noah's wall- 1/31/04."

"But nothing can save you. Not your friends, not the best Fred Astaire musical you've ever seen- the grace of it, not your mother's beauty, not a line from a letter you find at the bottom of a drawer, not a magazine or the next day. Nothing can save you."

The post ended, " It is too simple that there is this much good in the world and you don't know how to have it. And it makes you wonder when it was you lost your place. Then you catch a breeze, so warm and ripe, it makes you hope that someone will come who also cannot save you, but who will think you are worth saving."