Ashton In 1998, he gave a remarkable performance in

Ashton Kutcher

Kutcher has played many roles in film
industry. He had given splendid performance in the movies: “Guess Who”, “A Lot like
Love”, “The Guardian”, “No Strings Attached” and “Jobs”. He had been starred in
“Two and a Half Men” hit show from 2011 to 2015.

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Actor Ashton Kutcher was
born in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, on February 7, 1978. He started his career
as a model then came into the field of acting. He had survived from two major
life shocking incidents: His parents divorced and death of his twin brother due
to the emergency heart transplant surgery.

In his schools days he had
great interest in acting. He used to appear in school productions due to his eagerness
of acting. All of his attention was in acting and partying but not on studies.
He
was arrested for breaking into his school in his senior year and spent a lot of
time partying.

He graduated in 1996, and then he took
admission in University of Lowa. During his higher studies, he met people who
had no interest in studies but partying every time. He had no money to pay his
university expenditures, so he has done many odd jobs which include sweeping
cereal dust.

Setting step in the modeling industry, he
knew nothing about male modeling but then he had participated in Fresh Face of
Lowa modeling contest in 1997 and won. In 1998, he gave a remarkable performance
in the retro sitcom “That ’70s Show”. Along with this he started working in these
films: the private school comedy Coming Soon (1999), the romantic comedy Down to You (2000), and the crime drama Reindeer Games (2000). In 2000, he was listed in the People magazine’s
“50 Most Beautiful People.”

In his film Texas Rangers (2001), critics were not much happier and then
two of his romantic comedies movie named My
Boss’s Daughter and Just Married,
both released in 2003, were made impression on audience.

He served film industry as a
producer in 2003, as he worked as a co-producer in My Boss’s Daughter; he gave
super hit reality TV show Punk’d to
MTV cable networks. Two years later, Kutcher produced another reality TV show, beauty and the Geek, which brought collectively
smart, socially challenged guys and beautiful, less clever women, who worked
collectively in the direction of the show’s grand prize.

Tackling extra dramatic fare, in 2004, Kutcher
played a role in the Butterfly effect, additionally serving as an executive
producer on the science-fiction movie. The film, which revolved around a
younger guy who can tour returned into his own past to alternate the direction
of occasions, did properly on the container office, made a profit round $60
million.

In 2005, Kutcher stated good-bye to “That ’70s show” to pursue different
possibilities. Returning to the romantic-comedy genre that same 12 months, the
actor starred in Guess Who (2005),
after which in a lot Like Love (2005).

He had interest in business; along with
modeling, acting and producing. He worked as a creative director of Ooma, a
telephone device company. He has endowed in two
Los Angeles restaurants, Geisha House and Dolce. In 2017, he raised the issue
of sexual exploitation of children around the world and asked for the funds. He
said, “Technology can be used to
enable slavery, but technology can also be used to disable slavery”.