Happy 36th Mila Kunis! … if that is your real age.
In 1998, Mila Kunis told a fib to score her role as Jackie Burkhart in the iconic sitcom That 70s Show. She was only 14 when she auditioned, when she should have been 18. She now turns 36 on August 14, and she’s probably more than likely glad not to be turning 40 (not that anyone would believe it anyway.)
While Mila‘s still young, her success suggests otherwise. The wide eyed beauty has become widely recognized in numerous beloved films and become a household name for many. Her work draws a wide variety of audiences too.
Picture a twenty-something stoner male. He’s cackling to the less than attractive Meg on Family Guy, while elsewhere in the world, a worn-down first time mom finds comic relief with Bad Moms, a personal favorite. Mila has also played Lily in Black Swan, where she’d reportedly had to lose 20 pounds in five months, and made audiences jealous as Jamie in the movie Friends With Benefits. But even her more spicy scenes with Justin Timberlake can’t compare to her real life marriage.
It’s hard not to swoon over a TV love-turned reality. That of Mila, and 41 year old Ashton Kutcher is to die for. Together, they have two children, a four year old daughter, Wyatt Isabelle and a two year old son, Dimitri Portwood.
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Despite recent rumors by In Touch magazine, suggesting the couple’s relationship may be in potential turmoil, the two shut down these allegations. Kutcher took to Instagram to post a sassy video in response, late June. In the video, the couple can be seen riding in a car, with Mila reading the In Touch article on her phone. Mila states “It’s over between us” and “I took the kids,” with a seemingly surprised Ashton playing along.
Mila likes to fly under the radar online, but luckily we’ve got her hubs to post the occasional photo! After all, she’s got more important things to do! She’s got some super cute kids to take care of, and finger’s crossed, hopefully planning her next role.
Words by: MDRN MAG | Featured Photo: Greg Skidmore