Ashton Kutcher

Biography: Ashton was born and raised in Homestead, Iowa, where he lived on a farm with his parents, older sister, Tausha, and twin brother, Michael. To finance the cost of his education in bio-chemical engineering at the University of Iowa, Ashton worked as a cereal dust sweeper at the General Mills plant in Cedar Rapids as well as taking on many other jobs to pay for college. After being discovered by a local model/talent scout, he moved to New York to pursue acting.
Since his arrival in New York in August 1997, Ashton's determination has landed him roles in a National Pizza Hut commercial, an NYU student film entitled "Distance," and a CK Jeans campaign. Other film credits include, Coming Soon opposite Gaby Hoffman, Reindeer Games opposite Ben Affleck and Gary Sinise.
Ashton starred on the hit U.S comedy That 70s Show, as the loveable goof Kelso. He also stars in Down To You which stars Freddie Prinze Jr and Julia Stiles, and Texas Rangers opposite James Van Der Beek and Dylan
Ashton was born and raised in Homestead, Iowa, where he lived on a farm with his parents, older sister, Tausha, and twin brother, Michael. To finance the cost of his education in bio-chemical engineering at the University of Iowa, Ashton worked as a cereal dust sweeper at the General Mills plant in Cedar Rapids as well as taking on many other jobs to pay for college. After being discovered by a local model/talent scout, he moved to New York to pursue acting.
Since his arrival in New York in August 1997, Ashton's determination has landed him roles in a National Pizza Hut commercial, an NYU student film entitled "Distance," and a CK Jeans campaign. Other film credits include, Coming Soon opposite Gaby Hoffman, Reindeer Games opposite Ben Affleck and Gary Sinise.
Ashton starred on the hit U.S comedy That 70s Show, as the loveable goof Kelso. He also stars in Down To You which stars Freddie Prinze Jr and Julia Stiles, and Texas Rangers opposite James Van Der Beek and Dylan McDermott. In 2000 Ashton starred in Dude, Where's My Car?
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Ashton Kutcher's Scores

  • Movies
  • TV
Average career score: 37
Highest Metascore: 55 The Man Who Saved the World
Lowest Metascore: 13 Down to You
Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 0 out of 19
  2. Negative: 10 out of 19
19 movie reviews
Title: Year: Credit: User score:
55 The Man Who Saved the World Sep 18, 2015 Himself 5.8
54 Bobby Nov 17, 2006 Fisher 6.3
53 The Guardian Sep 29, 2006 Jake Fischer 7.8
50 No Strings Attached Jan 21, 2011 Adam Kurtzman 5.5
49 Guess Who Mar 25, 2005 Simon Green 8.6
49 Open Season Sep 29, 2006 Elliot 6.2
48 A Lot Like Love Apr 22, 2005 Oliver Martin 7.0
44 Jobs Aug 16, 2013 Steve Jobs / Steve Jobs 5.1
43 Spread Aug 14, 2009 Producer / Nikki 5.3

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