Ashton Kutcher bought his begin in performing by portraying Michael Kelso on That ’70s Show. He labored on the sequence for seven seasons earlier than shifting to a recurring function for the sitcom’s eighth and closing season. In these brief years, Kutcher grew to become a highly-sought-after actor as That ’70s Show opened up many doorways in his profession.
While engaged on That ’70s Show, Kutcher determined to develop his profession with different gigs. He appeared in Just Shoot Me and Grounded For Life earlier than changing into the creator and host of the hidden digicam prank present, Punk’d, for MTV in 2003. Following That ’70s Show‘s 1998 debut, Kutcher entered the world of flicks. His movie debut got here in 1999 with the romantic comedy, Coming Soon. Kutcher then appeared in notable movies equivalent to Reindeer Games, Dude, Where’s My Car?, Just Married, Cheaper By the Dozen, and The Butterfly Effect.
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When That ’70s Show formally got here to an finish in 2006, Kutcher turned his focus to films. In the years that adopted, Kutcher labored on titles equivalent to The Guardian, What Happens in Vegas, Valentine’s Day, and Killers. 2011 proved to be an enormous 12 months for Kutcher since he joined Two and a Half Men as a sequence common with the function, Walden Schmidt. In addition, he starred within the films, No Strings Attached, New Year’s Eve, and Annie.
Kutcher notably portrayed Steve Jobs within the biographical movie, Jobs, which premiered in 2013. The film, directed by Joshua Michael Stern, adopted Jobs from his time in school up till the introduction of the iPod. Around this time, Kutcher reunited with That ’70s Show co-star, Mila Kunis, and the pair began courting. They bought married in 2015 and presently have two youngsters collectively. Besides being an actor and father, Kutcher sees himself as a enterprise capitalist. He co-founded an funding agency and has invested in quite a few profitable start-ups over the previous couple of years.
After Kutcher’s time on Two and a Half Men got here to an finish, he rapidly made his return to tv when he was forged within the Netflix sitcom, The Ranch. The sequence premiered in 2016 and starred Kutcher and fellow That ’70s Show alum, Danny Masterson, as brothers, Colt and Rooster Bennett. The sequence was renewed for a fourth and closing season which can conclude in 2020. Even although Masterson’s character was written out of the present, quite a few different forged members from That ’70s Show have made appearances together with Wilmer Valderrama, Debra Jo Rupp, and Kurtwood Smith.