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Christopher Ashton Kutcher was born on February 7, 1978 in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, to Diane (Finnegan), who was employed at Procter & Gamble, and Larry Kutcher, a factory worker.
He has a fraternal twin brother, Michael, and a sister, Tausha.
Christopher Ashton Kutcher (Cedar Rapids, 7 febbraio 1978) è un attore, modello e produttore televisivo statunitense.
Dopo aver esordito nel campo della moda e della pubblicità, interpreta per la prima volta un ruolo da protagonista: quello di Michael Kelso nella sitcom That '70s Show.
He is of Czech (father) and Irish, German, and Czech (mother) descent.
He grew up in rural Homestead, Iowa, graduating from Clear Creek-Amana High School in Tiffin, Iowa.
Ha lavorato al fianco di personaggi di spicco, tra cui: Steve Martin, Anthony Hopkins, Julia Roberts, Kevin Costner, Kathy Bates, Natalie Portman e Michelle Pfeiffer. Essi divorziano quando lui ha 16 anni: entrambi si sono poi risposati.
Ashton ha una sorella maggiore, Tausha, e un gemello eterozigota, Michael, che soffre di paralisi cerebrale infantile e di una forma di cardiomiopatia che lo porta a subire un trapianto di cuore all'età di 13 anni.
In 2010, Kutcher was named one of Time Magazine's Top 100 Most Influential People.He created the Demi and Ashton Foundation, to eliminate child sex slavery worldwide.Kutcher is mostly known for playing Michael Kelso in That '70s Show (1998) and is co-founder of Katalyst, a studio for social media.Consider her latest project, duo, it’s funny, filthy, and, above all else, frank about female sexuality, ambition, and the shifting roles of moms in today’s culture. GLAMOUR: You and Ashton met on close to 20 years ago. He can call me out on everything, and I can do the same, because there’s nothing about the other person’s face that we don’t know. I grew up in West Hollywood, and my brother has reminded me that when I was like 12, I said, “When gay people can get married, then I’ll get married.” I was ahead of my time.Underneath all the punch lines, Kunis notes, is an assault on the idea that women—mothers in particular—“have to be perfect all the time.” She plays “an anal-retentive, overworked, unappreciated” mother of two, who, as Kunis puts it, “says, ‘F--k it.’ ”Spend some time with her, which I did, at a hole-in-the-wall Middle Eastern place in San Francisco, and it’s clear that her desire to raise “an open-minded little human”—soon to be humans—has only strengthened her political convictions and made her even more unapologetically outspoken. Ultimately, my dad owned cabs, and my mom worked her way up to manager of a Rite-Aid; they bought a car and a condo. What bedrock does it give the relationship to have gone through that together? We know when they’re acting, thus we know when they’re lying. ” And I’m like, “F--k.” [.]GLAMOUR: You know every gesture, every facial tic. There’s nothing we don’t know about each other because we’ve known each other for so long: the ugly, the bad, the good. GLAMOUR: As a kid, you vowed that you’d never get married. The Supreme Court decision [on same-sex marriage came down], and that’s when Ashton and I got married.
Mila Kunis has spent her career upending conventions and clichés—in a sly, effortless way.