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ASHTON KUTCHER (Jake Fischer) has made his mark on the small and big screens, both behind the camera and in front of it. On September 29, he can be heard in Sony's animated feature, "Open Season,” along with Martin Lawrence, for which Kutcher supplied his voice. Best known as Michael Kelso on "That '70s Show,” Kutcher ended his long-running role on the Fox/Carsey Werner hit television series in 2006 when the show came to an end. Through his production company, Katalyst Films and Television, Kutcher serves as the cocreator and producer of MTV's hit series "Punk'd” and the CW reality series "Beauty and the Geek.” Katalyst is also developing other major network-television series and films.

Kutcher has starred in a variety of #1 hits including the box-office thriller "The Butterfly Effect” and the comedy "Guess Who,” opposite Bernie Mac, for which he served as producer and star. Other film credits include "A Lot Like Love,” opposite Amanda Peet, "Just Married,” "Cheaper by the Dozen” and the cult hit "Dude, Where's My Car.”

Kutcher was born and raised in Homestead, Iowa (population 100), where he lived on a farm with his parents, older sister and twin brother. To finance the cost of his education as a biochemical engineer at the University of Iowa, he worked as a cereal-dust sweeper at the General Mills plant in Cedar Rapids. After being discovered by a local model/talent scout, Kutcher moved to New York to pursue his interest in acting.


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