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Birth name: Christopher Ashton Kutcher .
Born:February 7, 1978 Cedar Rapids, Iowa, USA.
Nickname: Ash, Kutch.
Height: 6' 2�" (1.89 m).
-Demi Moore: (24 September 2005 - present).
July 21, 2008: "Ashton Kutcher Desperate For Moore On Show"
Actor Ashton Kutcher is begging his wife Demi Moore to take to the stage on an upcoming U.S. TV game show he is producing.
The new series, called Opportunity Knocks, quizzes family members on how well they know each other.
And Kutcher, who is stepfather to Rumer, 19, Scout, 16, and Tallulah, 14 - Moore's daughters with action star Bruce Willis - is convinced his handsome Hollywood family would make the perfect team.
He says, "She'd be a genius. I actually think that in general the moms on this show are going to do a lot better than everybody else in the family".
June 2, 2008: "Demi Moore and Ashton Kutcher To Adopt Child"
Ashton Kutcher and Demi Moore are reportedly considering adopting a child together. The 30-year-old actor says he has always wanted children of his own but has always dreamed of adoption also.
Ashton Kutcher is already the stepfather to Moore�s three daughters with Bruce Willis.
�I have thought about adopting a kid my whole life. When I was eight I had a friend called Terry and one day he told me he was adopted,� Kutcher reveals. �He said his parents told him there was a more special bond between them because they picked him. I thought that was pretty profound and I would be open to the idea.�
April 30, 2008: "Ashton Kutcher won�t act with Demi Moore"
Ashton Kutcher has vowed never to act alongside wife Demi Moore, because their lives are already like a soap opera.
The What Happens In Vegas star is worried the couple wouldn�t be able to separate real-life from fiction onscreen.
He says: �I�d do a movie with her if our characters weren�t interacting. Our lives are like a soap opera, and I think it would be hard for people to disconnect from work and real life.�
Would he take on a role opposite step-daughter Rumer though?
April 15, 2008: "Ashton Kutcher Makes Fun of His Marriage"
Ashton Kutcher poked fun at his marriage to Demi Moore during his spot as guest host of Saturday Night Live this weekend (12Apr08), with a little help from Cameron Diaz.
The pair appeared in the skit, with Kutcher, posing as a tennis coach and younger lover of Diaz' ageing character Kiki, the author of a book teaching woman how to "bag a younger man".
When grilled on his taste for older woman, Kutcher, 30, teased 45-year-old Moore - who also made a brief cameo appearance on the comedy show - and made a reference to his friendship with her ex-husband Bruce Willis.
In character, he said, "I love it. There's so many reason I prefer older women. They usually have tricked out kitchens and sometimes they've got those donut makers. And their ex-husbands have been pretty cool so far.
"They're kind of like your favourite pair of shoes. A comfortable worn-out pair."
February 22, 2008: "Hepatitis A alert!"
A while back Kuthcer had his 30th birthday bash at Socialista in West Greenwich Village!
Well, seems it was tainted love.
It is being reported that the staff and the food were both contaminated with Hepatitis A. This means Ashton and any other party goer is at risk of contracting the disease, which affects your liver.
Owners of the restaurant released an official statement and offered vaccinations from the NYC Department of Health.
Ashton Kutcher biography (bio):
Christopher Ashton Kutcher is an American actor. He came to fame in the late nineties by playing Michael Kelso in the television series That '70s Show, and is known for the MTV celebrity prank show Punk'd. He has become a lead actor in Hollywood films, and a television producer and creator of television series such as Punk'd and Beauty and the Geek, as well as others.
Ashton Kutcher was born in Cedar Rapids, Iowa. Both of his parents were factory workers, with his father employed at General Mills and his mother at Procter & Gamble. He has an older sister, Tausha, and a fraternal twin, Michael, who has cerebral palsy. Michael had an emergency heart transplant at the age of thirteen that was necessitated by cardiomyopathy, a virus-induced illness that weakened and perforated his heart muscle. Ashton's childhood was that of a rugged, outdoorsy Midwesterner, and he had various odd jobs, including carpentry, hay-baling and livestock castration. Kutcher attended Washington High school in Cedar Rapids, Iowa for about a year when his family moved to Tiffin, Iowa where he attended the Clear Creek-Amana School District. In addition to being a student, he played on the football team as wide receiver and appeared in school plays. He was close to the school's principal, who later described Kutcher as a "brilliant young man". Meanwhile, his home life was stressful. He has stated that he "saw some stuff [he] probably shouldn't have seen... didn't want to be involved... didn't want to have to take a side... didn't want to come home and find more bad news about my brother" and "kept [himself] so busy that [he] didn't allow [himself] to feel". At around this time, his parents divorced. During his senior year, he broke into the school at night with his cousin; he was caught leaving the scene. Kutcher was convicted of third-degree burglary and sentenced to three years' probation and 180 hours of community service. Kutcher stated that though the experience "straightened him out", he lost his girlfriend and anticipated college scholarships, and he was ostracized at school and in his community.
Kutcher attended the University of Iowa, where he majored in biochemical engineering (but did not complete), motivated by the desire to find a cure for his brother's heart ailment. Kutcher also had a college roommate named "Alleigh" (pronounced Ali), but later got kicked out of the apartment for being too "noisy" and "wild." He was also a member of the Delta Chi fraternity. To make ends meet, Kutcher worked as a floor sweeper for a General Mills plant, and sometimes donated blood for money. Despite his studies, he secretly yearned to be an actor, and once packed up his belongings and headed (on foot) for the airport. Quickly exhausted, and without any plan, he called his mom, and she came and picked him up. During his time at the university he was approached by a talent scout at a bar called The Airliner in Iowa City, Iowa, he was recruited to enter the "Fresh Faces of Iowa" modeling competition, and after placing first he won a trip to New York City to the International Modeling and Talent Association (IMTA) Convention. He had callbacks from several modeling and talent agents and decided to stay in New York City and not return to Iowa and finish college. After his stay in New York City Ashton did return home to Cedar Rapids, Iowa for a short time before relocating to Los Angeles to pursue his acting career.
After participating as a modelling contestant in an IMTA competition (taking 1st runner-up to Josh Duhamel) in 1997, Kutcher signed with the Next modeling agency in New York, appeared in ads for Calvin Klein, modeled in Paris and Milan, and appeared in a nationwide Pizza Hut commercial.
After some success in modeling, Kutcher moved to Los Angeles and, after his first audition, was cast as Michael Kelso in the television series That '70s Show, which debuted in 1998 and became a long-running success. Kutcher achieved some stardom and was cast in a series of film roles; although he auditioned but was not cast for the role of Danny Walker in Pearl Harbor (2001), he starred in several comedy films that performed well at the box office, including Dude, Where's My Car? (2000), Just Married (2003), and Guess Who (2005). In addition, he appeared in the family film Cheaper By The Dozen, playing a self-obsessed actor. His 2004 film The Butterfly Effect was an unusually dramatic role for Kutcher, playing a conflicted young man who fell in love with a girl called Kayleigh; the film received very mixed reviews, but became an enormous box-office success. Kutcher's characters are sometimes described in the press as "dim pretty-boys"; Kutcher himself has said that he is working "to change people's perceptions" about himself.
In 2003, Kutcher produced and starred in his own series on MTV's Punk'd. The series involves various hidden camera tricks performed on celebrities. Kutcher is also an executive producer of the reality television show Beauty and the Geek, which debuted in 2005, and will produce a reality show based around the rap group Three 6 Mafia, as well as another reality series entitled The Real Wedding Crashers. Kutcher and his producing partner, Jason Goldberg, are also working on several other series, which are in various stages of pre-production as of September 2006.
Kutcher's most recent film role is in The Guardian, a thriller which opened on September 29, 2006. The film co-stars Kevin Costner and Kutcher as United States Coast Guard rescue swimmers. The studio behind the film, Touchstone Pictures, initially hesitated in casting Kutcher in an action film because of his public image as a comic actor; Kutcher underwent eight months of physical training and quit smoking to prepare for the role. Also, in order to be there for filming, Ashton was forced to quit his role on That 70s Show, leaving after the fourth episode of the 8th and final Season, though he returned for the show's series finale. Kutcher also voiced a leading character in the animated film Open Season, which opened on the same date as The Guardian, and most recently appeared in the drama film Bobby, which was released in the US in November of 2006. Both The Guardian and Open Season did well at the box office, opening up at the number one and two spots. Open Season stayed in the top five for over a month and was a smash hit.
-Michael Kelso in That '70s Show.
-Evan Treborn in The Butterfly Effect.
-Jake Fischer in The Guardian.
-Himself in Punk'd.