Christopher Ashton Kutcher (born February 7, 1978) is an American actor, investor, producer, and former model. He is known for his portrayal of Michael Kelso in That '70s Show. He also created, produced, and hosted Punk'd and had lead roles in the Hollywood films Jobs, Dude, Where's My Car?, Just Married, The Butterfly Effect, The Guardian (2006), and What Happens in Vegas. Kutcher starred as Walden Schmidt in the last four seasons of Two and a Half Men, after Charlie Sheen's firing from the show in 2011. Between 2016 and 2020, he starred in Netflix original series The Ranch.
Kutcher is married to his former That '70s Show costar Mila Kunis. The couple have two children.
He appeared in
- That '70s Show (1998-2006)
- That '90s Show (2023)
- Reindeer Games (2000)
- Dude, Where's My Car? (2000)
- Just Shoot Me! (2001)
- Grounded for Life (2002)
- Punk D (2003-2007)
- Just Married (2003)
- Cheaper by the Dozen (2003) (2003)
- The Butterfly Effect (2004)
- Robot Chicken (2005)
- The Guardian (2006) (2006)
- Bobby (2006)
- Open Season (2006)
- What Happens in Vegas (2008)
- Valentine's Day (2010)
- Killers (2010)
- Two and a Half Men (2011-2015)
- No Strings Attached (2011)
- New Year's Eve (2011)
- Jobs (2013)
- Men at Work (2013)
- The Ranch (2016-2020)
- Vengeance (2022) (2022)
- The Ditz: Thanks to That '70s Show and Dude, Where's My Car?, he's essentially been Type Cast as this.
- Mr. Fanservice: He is a former model and is constantly part of many "Hollywood hottest/most handsome actors" lists.
- Playing Against Type: Appears to have started doing this, usually being cast as a brainy genius in a lot of his later appearances in shows. This is likely an attempt to break his Kelso image from That '70s Show.
- Romance on the Set: Double Subverted. He and Mila Kunis only became a couple off-screen seven years after That '70s Show ended.
- Star-Making Role: In That '70s Show.
- Tall, Dark, and Handsome: He stands 6'2.
- Typecasting: Seems to be mostly cast as The Ditz thanks to his Star-Making Role in That '70s Show. It seems to be an image he's attempting to break, as a lot of his later roles usually cast him as a brainy character.
- What Could Have Been:
- Lost the role of Danny Walker in Pearl Harbor to Josh Hartnett.
- Lost the lead role of Drew Baylor in Elizabethtown to Orlando Bloom when Cameron Crowe decided he wanted an actor that had a solid resume consisting of Theatre and Drama school training.
- Was considered for the role of Batman in Batman Begins, which eventually went to Christian Bale.