Biography of Ashton KutcherAshton Kutcher is a charming Hollywood playboy of Irish origin, brilliant Steve Jobs in the biographical drama Jobs by Joshua Michael Stern. He is a screenwriter and producer, presenter of TV shows, and a successful entrepreneur in the field of high technology. He has become famous after his shooting in the science fiction thriller The Butterfly Effect by Eric Bress and J. Mackye Gruber.
His Childhood: Cedar Rapids, IowaIn February 1978, in the family of Catholics, Larry and Diane Kutcher, two children were born. The boy, who was born first, was named Christopher Ashton. His brother, who was born after five minutes, was named Michael. Three years later, the parents noticed that the youngest son was ill. They were horrified to have heard the verdict of doctors: cerebral palsy and the threat of life due to heart problems. During the rest of his life, Ashton lived in fear of his brother.
His Youth: Iowa - New York CityKutcher remembered his studying at school with the suspended sentence for attempted theft, as well as deprivation of innocence at the age of fifteen.
The University of Iowa, where the young man planned to study biochemical engineering, became Ashton’s launching pad for a modeling career. The student’s attractive appearance allowed him to win the contest Fresh Face of Iowa and to participate in the IMTA competition of talent search.
His Career: Television and MovieThe end of the twentieth century became a landmark for Ashton: shooting in the TV series That ‘70s Show and comedy movie Coming Soon (1999) brought to him the first cinematographic fees and own television comedy show Punk’d. Soon Ashton got a role in the fantastic comedy Dude, Where's My Car? where he starred with Seann William Scott and Jennifer Garner.
Personal Life of Ashton KutcherThe charming Hollywood handsome man attracted the most spectacular and famous actresses. The media called Ashton's relationship with Brittany Murphy his first public romance, though short.
Two years of dating eventually ended with an unusual wedding with Jewish customs. Before one hundred and fifty guests, including the former spouse, the whole ritual performance with cabalistic rituals, and breaking the ware happened.
The last straw in the bowl of Demi’s patience was an interview with Sara Leal, who frankly told the reporters about her relationship with the Hollywood lady-killer. The affair happened just on the day of the sixth anniversary of the wedding. In 2011, Moore officially announced their divorce.