More Ashton Kutcher Bios & Profiles
Biography #2 (for Guess Who)Ashton Kutcher is one of Hollywood's fastest rising talents who has made his mark on both the small and big screen. In 2004, he starred and produced the #1 box office thriller The Butterfly Effect and completed the romantic comedy A Lot Like Love co-starring Amanda Peet. His other film credits include Just Married, Cheaper By the Dozen and Dude Where's My Car.
Currently, Kutcher stars as Michael Kelso on the Fox/Carsey Werner hit television series, That 70's Show, which focuses on the lives of a group of teenage friends in the 1970's. Kutcher, through his production company, Katalyst Films, is also the co-creator and producer of MTV's hit series, Punk'd, which nearly turned pranking celebrities into an art form. Katalyst is developing another major network television series.
Kutcher was born and raised in Homestead, Iowa (population 100), where he lived on a farm with his parents, older sister and twin brother. To finance the cost of his education as a bio-chemical engineer at the University of Iowa, he worked as a cereal dust sweeper at the General Mills plant in Cedar Rapids. After being discovered by a local model/talent scout, Kutcher moved to New York to pursue his interest in acting.
Bio courtesy Sony Pictures Entertainment for "Guess Who" (11-Apr-2005)
Biography #3 (for The Butterfly Effect)Already well known for his series-lead role as Michael Kelso on That '70s Show for Fox, Ashton Kutcher has established himself as a leading man on the big screen with box-office hits like 20th Century Fox's Dude, Where's My Car and Just Married.
He is an executive producer and co-creator of the hit MTV show Punk'd, a hidden camera show in which he and his cast of pranksters Punk celebrities. Kutcher is currently in development on the feature Guess Who's Coming to Dinner as well as some other projects for both film and television.
Kutcher was born and raised in Homestead, Iowa (population: 100) where he lived on a farm with his parents, older sister and twin brother. After being discovered by a local model/talent scout, Kutcher moved to New York to pursue his interest in acting.
Bio courtesy New Line Cinema for "The Butterfly Effect" (19-Jan-2004)