ASHTON KUTCHER (Jack Fuller) has become one of the most in-demand leading men on the big screen. It all started on the small-screen, though, for the former Calvin Klein model when he was cast in the hit Fox TV series That '70s Show as the dim-witted, but sexy, Michael Kelso. Kutcher appeared in 183 episodes of the sitcom from its debut in 1998 through 2006.
At the same time, he acted in numerous features including Dude, Where's My Car; Just Married; Cheaper By the Dozen; The Butterfly Effect; Guess Who; A Lot Like Love; and Bobby, establishing himself as a reliable presence in both broad comedies and romantic comedies, as well as in dramas.
Most recently, Kutcher co-starred with Kevin Costner in The Guardian and voiced the role of the fast-talking mule deer Elliot in the animated hit Open Season.
Kutcher, through his production company Katalyst Films, has also enjoyed a successful television-producing career, starting with MTV's popular hidden camera reality series Punk'd, which he hosted as well. Kutcher went on to executive produce a succession of other reality shows including the CW's Beauty and the Geek, which is currently entering its fifth season; NBC's The Real Wedding Crashers; and, for MTV, Room 401 and Adventures in Hollywood, featuring rap group Three 6 Mafia. He also produced the recent ABC sitcom Miss/Guided and has several game shows airing soon including Game Show in my Head for CBS and Opportunity Knocks for ABC.
Kutcher will be seen later this year, along with Michelle Pfeiffer and Kathy Bates, in the feature drama Personal Effects, and in Spread, co-starring Anne Heche, produced by Kutcher and his Katalyst films.