Mila Kunis: From "That '70s Show" to Hollywood Stardom 

"That '70s Show" made Ukrainian-American actress Mila Kunis famous. She is now a prominent actress and producer.

Mila Kunis, born 1983 in Ukraine, came to Los Angeles with her family at an early age. At 14, she starred in "That '70s Show" after performing in commercials.

"Forgetting Sarah Marshall" launched Kunis' career. "Black Swan" (2010), "Ted" (2012), and "Bad Mothers" (2013) are among her hit films (2016).

Kunis voiced "Family Guy" and "Robot Chicken" in addition to her onscreen roles.

Kunis produced "The Spy Who Dumped Me" (2018) and "Four Nice Days" (2020).

Kunis married Ashton Kutcher in 2015 and has two children. Her humanitarian work includes supporting Planned Parenthood.

Kunis has earned Golden Globe and Screen Actors Guild nominations.

Mila Kunis went from "That '70s Show" to Hollywood A-lister. Popular culture loves her for her talent, adaptability, and charisma.