Ashton Kutcher (born Christopher Ashton Kutcher 7.2.1978)
Ashton Kutcher is an American actor and TV personality.
Childhood: Ashton Kutcher was born in Cedar rapids, Iowa. His father, Larry, was a factory worker and his mother Diane was employed by Proctor & Gamble. Ashton has a sister Tausha and a twin brother who suffers with cerebral palsy.
Kutcher studied at Washington High School, before his family moved to Homestead Iowa, where he attended Clear Creek Amana High School. It was here that his love of acting began, when he appeared in school plays.
Ashton Kutcher had something of a troubled childhood and an attempt to commit suicide by jumping from a hospital balcony when he was 13 and was thwarted by his father. His parents divorced when he was 16 and in his senior year at high school, he was arrested after breaking into his school at midnight to steal money.
Motivated by a desire to find a cure for his twin brother's heart condition, Ashton Kutcher enrolled at the University of Iowa to study biochemical engineering. After being approached by a scout he entered the 'Fresh Faces of Iowa' modelling contest and won a trip to New York to attend the International Modelling and Talent Association Convention. He dropped out of university and eventually relocated to Los Angeles to pursue a modelling career.
Career: After achieving some success as a model, Ashton Kutcher was cast as Michael Kelso in the TV series That '70s Show, which ran from 1998 to 2006. Other actors to have starred in the show include Mila Kunis and Tommy Chong.
After losing out to Josh Hartnett for a role in Pearl Harbor in 2001, Kutcher found his niche in comedy films. One of the best known of these is Dude Where's My Car, which was release in 2000 and also starred Seann William Scott. In 2003, he starred in Just Married, with Brittany Murphy and Guess Who in 2005, with the late comedian Bernie Mac.
Kutcher also had a brief role in the 2003 family film Cheaper By The Dozen - a family film, featuring Steve Martin and Hilary Duff. The following year, he took an unusually dramatic role in The Butterfly Effect. The film, which also starred Amy Smart, was a box office success, despite mixed reviews.
Ashton Kutcher also began a successful TV career when he began presenting the MTV prank show Punk'd in 2003. The series involved hidden-camera style tricks, played on various celebrities. Among the many victims of the show are Jessica Alba, Tyra Banks, Jason Bateman, Jack Osbourne, Lindsay Lohan and Missy Elliot. Kutcher is also an executive producer of a number of reality TV shows, including Beauty and the Geek, Adventures in Hollyhood - featuring the rap group Three 6 Mafia - and The Real Wedding Crashers. He is also a producer on the game show Opportunity Knocks. He runs the production company Katalyst Films with his business partner Jason Goldberg.
In 2006, Ashton Kutcher was filming his role in The Guardian, which prevented him from renewing his contract for the eighth and final season of that '70s Show. He did, however, appear in the first four episodes as well as returning for the season finale.
In the 2010 action comedy, Killers, Kutcher acted as producer as well as playing the role of a hitman, alongside Katherine Heigl and Tom Selleck.
In May 2011, it was announced that Ashton Kutcher would take over as Charlie Sheen's replacement in the sitcom Two and a Half Men.
Personal Life: Kutcher started dating the actress Demi Moore in 2003, which caused a great deal of discussion in the media about their age difference. In 2005, the pair married in a private ceremony at a Kabbalah Centre. Their relationship was notable for the apparent closeness that was retained between the couple and the actor Bruce Willis - the father of Moore's children.
In November 2011, Demi Moore announced her intention to divorce Kutcher, after it was revealed that he had reportedly been unfaithful to her.
While playing 'Spill Your Guts or Fill Your Guts', Corden asked Kunis: 'carrot stick or beer can?'
Bad Moms actresses Mila Kunis and Christina Applegate were forced to make some difficult choices when they both appeared on James Corden’s ‘The Late Late Show’, as the host invited them to play a game of his invention, ‘Spill Your Guts or Fill Your Guts’.
Essentially, it was a game of truth or dare, in which the participants had to answer questions about themselves or the other person, or consume an unusual food or drink item. By unusual, we mean things like: ghost pepper hot sauce, cow tongue, sardines, grasshoppers, calf's brain, pickle juice and clam juice...
Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher out and about in Los Angeles
Straight off the set of one of their movies.
Everyone loves a real life love story and that of one of Hollywood's favourite couples, Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher, is no exception. So just how did these 'That 70s Show' co-stars become a romantic couple in the first place? Apparently, absence does make the heart grow fonder.
Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis' romance is pretty much a fairytale
Kunis and Kutcher hadn't seen each other for years until they bumped into each other at an awards show following the actor's split with Demi Moore in 2013. Sure, they'd kept in touch, but they never really had chance to re-connect. It seems that not seeing each other for a long time eroded those purely platonic feelings.
The couple are pregnant with their second child.
Mila Kunis opens up about the highs and lows of her long friendship turned marriage to her former co-star Ashton Kutcher. The pair wed in secret last year following the birth of their first child, and now they are looking forward to bringing another addition to their family.
Mila Kunis says she can't lie to husband Ashton Kutcher
Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher are literally the most perfect couple in Hollywood right now. They've known each other since Kunis was 15 and Kutcher was 21, both starting out on the comedy 'That '70s Show', and now they're married with a 19-month-old daughter named Wyatt Isabelle and another child on the way.
Ashton Kutcher takes his newly pregnant wife Mila Kunis and their young daughter, Wyatt Isabelle Kutcher, to Cuccina Mexican restaurant for lunch in Studio City. California, United States - Thursday 30th June 2016
The couple are already parents to daughter Wyatt Isabelle, who turns two in October.
Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher are thrilled to be expecting their second child together and giving daughter Wyatt a little brother or sister. The couple announced Mila’s pregnancy earlier this month and the actress was pictured earlier this week out for the first time with her baby bump.
Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher are expecting their second child.
Speaking about the pregnancy to E! News, a source said: "They are very excited about baby No. 2. They wanted their kids to be close in age and Wyatt will be just over 2 [years old] when the baby is born.”
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Kunis and Kutcher are already parents to 20 month old daughter Wyatt, and they're set to expand their family once again.
The 32 year old actress, who is next appearing in the comedy movie Bad Moms in July, is pregnant with her second child, People magazine claimed on Wednesday (June 15th). She and her husband, 38 year old actor Ashton Kutcher, are already parents to 20 month old daughter Wyatt Isabelle.
Later, a representative for Kunis confirmed the happy news to E! Online, with an inside source also adding that they’re very much looking forward to being parents for a second time, and that Kutcher “lights up” when they talk about their children.
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Ashton Kutcher, Mila Kunis, Wyatt Kutcher, Lisa Joyner , Daisy Cryer - Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis take their daughter Wyatt to the Farmers Market, stopping to chat with Lisa Joyner who was also there with her daughter, Daisy - Los Angeles, California, United States - Sunday 29th May 2016
Ashton Kutcher's new comedy hasn't struck a chord, but it's worth watching.
Ashton Kutcher has returned to television after his stint on 'Two And A Half Men' with a Netflix Original sitcom called 'The Ranch', which sees him reunite with Danny Masterson - his co-star from 'That '70s Show'. So far, critics have had rather mixed feelings about it.
Ashton Kutcher's new comedy receives mixed reviews
The show sees two brothers named Colt (Kutcher) and Rooster (Masterson) working on a ranch in Colorado, trying to run their business in between making lewd jokes and drinking a lot of beer. It's been described as slightly more bizarre than your average sitcom, and while the cast has generally received a lot of praise, it has largely failed to land many laughs.
Drake was the victim of the hidden camera show back in 2012, and Kutcher remembered the filming when speaking to James Corden on Wednesday.
He may have been there to talk about his new Netflix comedy ‘The Ranch’, but Ashton Kutcher couldn’t help but reminisce about the time he pulled a prank on superstar rapper Drake during a past episode of his MTV show ‘Punk’d’.
The Canadian star was the butt of Kutcher’s secret camera show back in 2012, where he was tricked into believing that he was being picked up by the Secret Service to meet with a politician but, having gotten into the car, encountered a simulated earthquake.
Drake, pictured performing with Rihanna, was punk'd by Ashton Kutcher back in 2012
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Kutcher and Masterson, on the show to promote new Netflix comedy 'The Ranch', formed 'supergroup' The Puff Daddies with host Corden.
On Wednesday night’s episode of ‘The Late Late Show’, popular host James Corden posed one of life’s great existential questions: what happens to boy bands when they grow up? Time passes, glory and beauty fades, and they become dad bands.
The Brit joined forces with his guests Ashton Kutcher and Danny Masterson on the NBC chat show to form the ‘dad band’ equivalent of a supergroup: The Puff Daddies. Clad in hoodies and weighed down by fake babies in harnesses, the trio of proud parents grabbed mics and performed a spoof single, ‘I Am A Dad’.
Ashton Kutcher arriving at the NBC studios for 'The Late Late Show'
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Fake rings and false social media locations were just some of the tricks Kutcher and Kunis resorted to in order to keep their wedding day a secret.
Perfect example – back in March last year, Kunis appeared on James Corden’s ‘The Late Late Show’ and told the presenter, coyly, that she and her former ‘That ‘70s Show’ co-star Kutcher had gotten hitched. However, it was then reported that the couple had tied the knot on the July 4th weekend, with Kunis sporting a fake ring on TV to throw off the scent.
Kutcher appeared on ‘The Ellen DeGeneres Show’ on Wednesday (March 2nd) to provide some more details about the various ploys they used in order to try to ensure privacy on their big day – including fake social media locations.
The couple are protective over their private lives and images of their daughter Wyatt, and are taking the Mail's publishers Associated Newspapers to court in the UK.
Hollywood celebrity couple Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis are taking the Daily Mail’s publishers Associated Newspapers to court in the UK over unauthorised pictures the outlet published of them with their baby daughter.
According to the Hollywood Reporter, Kutcher and Kunis have filed a complaint against the publishers at London’s High Court, concerning two articles which appeared recently on the MailOnline that featured “wrongful publication of paparazzi photographs of family outings”, including images of the couple with their nine month old daughter Wyatt.
Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher in Los Angeles with their daughter Wyatt in January 2015
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