Ashton Kutcher is an American actor who, starting his career as a model and landed his first acting job as Michael Kelso in the Fox sitcom 'That '70s Show' (1998-2006). Following his film debut on the romantic comedy 'Coming Soon' (1999), he gained recognition for his lead role in the successful film 'Dude, Where's My Car?' (2000).
In 2003, he created, produced, and hosted the MTV reality prank series 'Punk'd', which ran successfully for five seasons. His filmography during this time included romantic comedies like 'Just Married' and 'My Boss's Daughter', and the supernatural psychological thriller 'The Butterfly Effect', which, despite earning critical reviews, made him popular. He continued to appear in romantic comedies in the following years, acting in some of his best films including 'Guess Who' (2005), 'A Lot Like Love' (2005), 'What Happens in Vegas' (2008), and 'No Strings Attached' (2011). In 2013, he portrayed Steve Jobs in the biographical film 'Jobs', but the film failed to impress fans and critics.
He returned to television in 2011 with the lead role of Walden Schmidt on the CBS sitcom 'Two and a Half Men' and is currently a main cast on the Netflix comedy series 'The Ranch'.