Ashton Kutcher – Well Accomplished
Christopher Ashton Kutcher, born February 7, 1978 in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, first stole American hearts when he landed the role of Michael Kelso on Fox’s smash hit That 70’s Show. Kutcher then went on to produce and host his own show; Punk’d that entertained so many with gags played on fellow celebrities usually as “payback”. Kutcher started his career as a fashion model and comedian. It didn’t take him long to become a teen idol and heart throb, as well as a household name. Kutcher has no problem landing roles on the big screen and has played opposite of several of Hollywood’s biggest names such as Steve Martin in Cheaper By the Dozen, and the late but great actress, Brittany Murphy in Just Married.
Ashton Kutcher didn’t stop when he found fame on the big screen. In fact, his fame seemed to give him the drive he needed to set and accomplish bigger goals. For instance, in April of 2009, Kutcher became the first user on the famed online social network Twitter to have more than one million followers on his account. Of course, getting to the million mark was no easy task. There was a great battled for the history marking against the ever so popular CNN station network. Kutcher was driven to beat out CNN for a very good cause as well. During the Million Followers Contest with CNN, he announced that once he hit the one million mark, he would donate $100,000 to fight malaria and it rumored that he would also be sending mosquito nets overseas as well.
Ashton Kutcher has a charitable heart and his charity work does not go unnoticed and may have helped with his quest to steal the heart of famous and legendary actress Demi Moore. Kutcher and Moore have been married since September 24, 2005. As the love between Ashton Kutcher and Demi Moore appears to hold strong so does Kutcher’s love for charity and helping others. Although Kutcher is still young at heart, age, and spirit, he has matured and developed a style that will remain untouchable for years to come. Kutcher is a real class act in the world of fame with the honor and glory he gives to the less fortunate. It is refreshing to see someone of his caliber build a life that is so grounded on a strong foundation. Kutcher remains to be at the top of the list for people most searched online, Twitter users, Facebook users, and so many other social happening spots around.
Ashton Kutcher is a household name and one that you can smile about when you hear it spoken. He doesn’t have a dark black past that sends people whispering when he walks out on stage at an award show. Instead, he makes people smile and feel good because they know that he represents goodness in Hollywood where there is usually so much drama. People love to watch as the relationship between him and his beautiful wife, Demi Moore, continues to blossom. We love seeing how the two support one another and how he handles being a step father to her children. This is truly a love story in the making.
People will stay tuned for more to come on this dynamic duo and people will look forward to seeing what Ashton Kutcher has up his sleeve to pull out next to wow us all. To learn more about Ashton Kutcher and his success, just simply Google him. Everyone else does.
Below is a list that includes some of Ashton Kutcher’s best work. If you are planning a movie night at home, I am sure this list will be nicely accommodating to you.
That 70’s Show
Michael Kelso 2000
College Kid 2000
Down to You
Jim Morrison 2001
Just Shoot Me
Jess Montgomery III 2001
Dean Cassidy 2002
Grounded For Life
Host/Executive Producer 2003
Tom Leezak 2003
The Boss’s Daughter
Tom Stansfield/Executive Producer 2004
The Butterfly Effect
Evan Treborn/Executive Producer 2005
Simon Green 2006
Jake Fischer 2006
Beaux/Executive Producer 2008
What Happens in Vegas
Jack Fuller 2009
Andrew Wakefield 2010
No Strings Attached
Andrew Wakefield 2011
New Year’s Eve
Awards Nominations and Wins:
Kid’s Choice Awards
2004 -Favorite Movie Actor for Just Married, My Boss’s Daughter and Cheaper by the Dozen -Nominated
2005 -Favorite TV Actor for That ’70s Show and Punk’d – Nominated
2007 -Favorite Voice in a cartoon- Nominated
2004 -Favorite Television Actor for That ’70s Show and Punk’d – Winner
People’s Choice Awards
2010 -Favorite Web Celeb – Winner
Las Vegas Film Critics Society Award
2000 -Sierra Award Best Male Newcomer for Dude, Where’s My Car? – Nominated
MTV Movie Awards
2001 -Breakthrough Male Performance for Dude, Where’s My Car? – Nominated
Teen Choice Awards
2010 -Choice: Movie Actor Romantic Comedy for Valentine’s Day – Winner