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Mila Kunis - Biography, Profile, Facts, and Career

Mila Kunis is an American actress. She reached a career breakthrough in acting as she starred in Forgetting Sarah Marshall (2008) as Rachel. In 2010, she earned critical praises and awards for her role as Lily in Black Swan (2010).

Other notable acting works under name are including Max Payne (2008), The Book of Eli (2010),  Friends with Benefits (2011), Oz the Great and Powerful (2013), Ted (2012), Bad Moms (2016), and A Bad Moms Christmas (2017).


Mila Kunis started her career at the age of nine in the After School program. Followed by another audition, she got the commercial sets in Barbie advertisement (1994).

Then, she landed her first TV roles on the shows Baywatch (1994), Days of Our Lives (1994), and 7th Heaven (1996).

She became a talented artist and well-known professional actress because of her role in the series That ’70s Show (1998-2000).

After growing up, she appeared in light movies such as American Psycho 2 (2002) and Tony n’ Tina’s Wedding (2004).

Since then, the American artist’s career has continued to grow, and she has joined the animated series Family Guy (2005).

Mila Kunis’ follow-up career breakthrough came in 2006 with the role of In Forgetting Sarah Marshall, which was a box office success.

In early 2007, Mila Kunis did the work for a small movie, again entitled Moving McAllister.

She continued to play a role in the 2010 box office hit The Book of Eli and had a busy year as she continued her supporting role in the work Date Night.

In the same year, the most exciting role of this ethnic Ukrainian artist was in the movie Black Swan.

For these reasons, Mila began to get essential roles. She became a talented artist for the Hollywood box office cast.

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  • Full Name: Mila Markovna Kunis
  • Stage Name: Mila Kunis
  • Nickname: Mila
  • Birthday: August 14, 1983
  • Birthplace: Chernivtsi, Ukraine
  • Zodiac Sign: Leo
  • Nationality: American, Ukrainian
  • Religion: Judism
  • Profession: Actress
  • Education:
    Rosewood Elementary School;
    Hubert Howe Bancroft Middle School (graduated 2001);
    UCLA and Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles
  • Hobbies: Gaming, dancing, traveling, exercising, modeling
  • Facebook: @Mila Kunis
  • Twitter: @Official_MilaK
  • Instagram: @milalkunis
  • TikTok: @mkutcher
  • YouTube: –

Height, Weight, & Physical Appearance

  • Height: 163 cm (5’4”)
  • Weight: 52 kg (115 lbs)
  • Blood Type: –
  • Hair Color: Brown 
  • Eye Color: Green & Brown (heterochromia)
  • Body Measurements: 33-25-31 (Bust -33, Waist -25, and Hips -31 inches)
  • Shoe Size: 7.5 (US)
  • Dress Size: 4 (US)


  • Father: Mark Kunis
  • Mother: Elvira Kunis
  • Brother: Michael Kunis
  • Sister: –
  • Children: Wyatt Isabelle Kutcher, Dimitri Portwood Kutcher

Husband, Boyfriend, & Dating History

Macaulay Culkin

She’s reported to date Macaulay Culkin, a fellow child star, in 2002. The couple kept their relationship highly private, but rumors about them getting engaged kept coming at that moment.

He refuted the engagement rumors in an interview with Barbara Walters in 2003, stating that they’s not “engaged” nor “getting married.”

She also opened up regarding their relationship in an interview with Parade in 2007, saying that they’re “incredibly private” and “enjoy each other’s company.”

Unfortunately, her publicist revealed to The Huffington Post that they have split up in 2011, stated that the pair “remain close friends.”

Ashton Kutcher

Mila Kunis and Ashton met for the first time in 1998, in the filming set of That ’70s Show. He’s already 19 while she’s still 14 at that time, and he became her first kiss.

She revealed in a 2001 interview with people that she “had the biggest crush on him.” That being said, the duo stayed only as on-screen couple.

In April 2012 after she separated from Macaulay, she had a reunion with him at the 2012 Golden Globe Awards and attended his house party a couple of days later.

It didn’t take long before they began to date. Two years later in February 2014, the pair got engaged.

Their first child, Wyatt, was born in October 2014. They married in July 2015. Less than a year later in February 2016, they welcomed a second child, Dimitri.

Net Worth

Her net worth is estimated to be around $75 million. Mila primarily earns her income through her professional career as an actress.


For That ’70s Show, which is arguably her most recognized acting project, she’s rumored to be paid $250 thousand to $300 thousand per episode after the show blew up, according to a report by Entertainment Weekly in 2003.

She also works as a voice actor in the animated television series Family Guy, and is said to get paid around $100 thousand for each episode.

As cited from a report by Forbes, however, the acting projects that bumped up her net worth significantly are Ted and Oz: The Great and Powerful, even though it’s not really known how much she earns from both movies.

Real Estate

In 2002, Mila Kunis bought a condo located in West Hollywood for $540 thousand. She purchased a mansion located in Laurel Canyon, Los Angeles for $2.9 million in 2008.

Together with Ashton, the couple bought a Carpinteria, California-located beachfront house for $10 million in June 2017. It reportedly provides 3,1000 sq ft of living space inside and made up of two houses.

The couple purchased a house worth $10.2 million in Beverly Hills. The property was listed for slightly less than $14 million in 2020 and finally sold in early 2022 for $10.35 million.

This Beverly Hills property becomes their primary house and it was included in August 2021 issue of Architectural Digest.


  • Mila Kunis started her career in acting when she was nine years old in the After School program.
  • She auditioned for her first commercial for Barbie (1994) and landed several roles on TV as a teenager.
  • She was born in Ukraine in the city of Chernivtsi, part of the Uni Soviet.
  • She grew up in Ukraine until he was seven years old and moved to Los Angeles.
  • Mila Kunis’ mother is a physics teacher and runs a pharmacy.
  • Her father is a mechanical engineer with concurrent other professions, taxi drivers.
  • In Angelina Jolie’s movies, We Shrunk Ourselves, Honey, and Santa with Muscles, she started her minor roles when she was young.
  • She got a significant role in the hit sitcom as Jackie Burkhat.
  • Her first job was as an artist in Barbie commercials.
  • Despite starting acting as a junior artist, he appeared in challenging roles in 2000 in the movie Get Over it.
  • She started a production company in 2014 with Cami Curtis, Susan Curtis, and Lisa Sterbakov.
  • She has a good friendship with Natalie Portman, James Franco, and Topher Grace.
  • She can speak Russian and English fluently.
  • The artist of Ashkenazi Jewish descent from both sides of his family has dual American and Ukrainian citizenship.
  • Her ideal type is…

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  • Luckiest Girl Alive (2022), as Ani FaNelli
  • Breaking News in Yuba County (2021), as Nancy
  • Four Good Days (2020), as Molly
  • Wonder Park (2019), as Greta (voice)
  • The Spy Who Dumped Me (2018), as Audrey
  • A Bad Moms Christmas (2017), as Amy
  • Bad Moms (2016), as Amy
  • Hell and Back (2015), as Deema (voice)
  • Jupiter Ascending (2015), as Jupiter Jones
  • Annie (2014), as Andrea Alvin
  • The Angriest Man in Brooklyn (2014), as Dr. Sharon Gill
  • Third Person (2013), as Julia
  • Blood Ties (2013), as Natalie
  • Oz the Great and Powerful (2013), as Theodora or Wicked Witch of the West
  • The Color of Time (2012), as Catherine
  • Ted (2012), as Lori Collins
  • Friends with Benefits (2011), as Jamie
  • Black Swan (2010), as Lily or The Black Swan
  • Date Night (2010), as Whippit
  • The Book of Eli (2010), as Solara
  • Tom Cool (2009), as Little Boy Matson
  • Extract (2009), as Cindy
  • Max Payne (2008), as Mona Sax
  • Boot Camp (2008), as Sophie
  • Forgetting Sarah Marshall (2008), as Rachel Jansen
  • Moving McAllister (2007), as Rachael
  • Tony & Tina’s Wedding (2004), as Tina
  • American Psycho 2 (2002), as Rachael
  • Get Over It (2001), as Basin
  • Gia Young (1998), as Gia Carangi
  • Santa with Muscles (1997), as Sarah
  • Piranha (1995), as Susie Grogan

TV Series

  • Curb Your Enthusiasm (HBO | 2020), as Herself
  • Two and a Half Men (CBS | 2014), as Vivian
  • Sesame Street (HBO | 2011), as Herself
  • Good Vibes (ABS-CBN | 2011), as Herself
  • Robot Chicken (Cartoon Network’s | 2005–2011), as Various voices
  • Punk’d (MTV | 2005), as Herself
  • Grounded for Life (Fox | 2004), as Lana
  • MADtv (Fox | 2002), as Daisy
  • Get Real (Fox | 2000–2002), as Taylor Vaughn
  • Family Guy (Fox | 2005–2022), as Meg Griffin voice
  • That ’70s Show (Fox | 1998–2006), as Jackie Burkhart
  • Pensacola: Wings of Gold (Syndication | 1998), as Jessie Kerwood
  • 7th Heaven (CBS | 1996–1997), as Ashley
  • Nick Freno: Licensed Teacher (The WB | 1996–1997), as Anna-Maria Del Bono
  • Unhappily Ever After (The WB | 1996), as Chloe
  • Hudson Street (ABC | 1995), as Devon
  • The John Larroquette Show (NBC | 1995), as Lucy Sanchez
  • Baywatch (NBC | 1995), as Bonnie
  • Baywatch (NBC | 1994), as Annie
  • Days of Our Lives (NBC | 1994), as Young Hope Williams

TV Shows

  • The Ellen DeGeneres Show (YouTube | 2019), as guest
  • The Bachelorette (YouTube | 2017), as guest
  • The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson (YouTube | 2010), as guest
  • The Cleveland Show (YouTube | 2009), as Meg Griffin (voice)

Music Video Appearances

  • Stuck with U (2020) – Ariana Grande and Justin Bieber
  • LA Girls (2008) – Mams Taylor featuring Joel Madden
  • The End Has No End (2003) – The Strokes
  • Jaded (2001) – Aerosmith
  • Rock and Roll All Nite (2001) – Kiss
  • The Itch (2000) – Vitamin C
  • In the Street (1999) – Cheap Trick

  • Barbie Commercial (1994) – Barbie

Video Games

  • Saints Row Tanya Winters (2006) – voice
  • Family Guy Video Game! Meg Griffin (2006) – voice
  • Family Guy: Back to the Multiverse Meg Griffin (2012) – voice
  • Family Guy: The Quest for Stuff Meg Griffin Mobile game (2014) – voice


  • 2018 Hasty Pudding Woman of the Year
  • 2017 Jupiter Awards – Best International Actress – Bad Moms
  • 2014 MTV Movie & TV Award Best Villain – Oz The Great And Powerful
  • 2011 Spike Guys’ Choice Awards – Guys Choice Awards – Holy Grail of Hot
  • 2011 Saturn Awards Best Supporting Actress – Black Swan
  • 2010 Venice Film Festival – Marcello Mastroianni Award for Best Young Actress – Black Swan
  • 2010 Marcello Mastroianni Award – Black Swan
  • 2010 Oklahoma Film Critics Circle Award – Best Supporting Actress – Black Swan
  • 2009 Spike Guys’ Choice Awards – Guys Choice Awards – Hottest Mila
  • 2006 Spike Video Game Awards – Best Cast – Family Guy Video Game!
  • 2002 Young Hollywood Award One To Watch Female
  • 2001, 2000 Young Artist Award Best Young Actress in a Comedy Series – That ’70s Show


  • 2022 People’s Choice Awards – The Drama Movie Star – Luckiest Girl Alive
  • 2018 People’s Choice Awards – Comedy Movie Star – The Spy Who Dumped Me
  • 2016 Golden Raspberry Awards – Worst Actress – Jupiter Ascending
  • 2015 Teen Choice Awards – Choice Movie Actress: Sci-Fi/Fantasy – Jupiter Ascending
  • 2014 MTV Movie and TV Awards – Best Villain – Oz the Great and Powerful
  • 2013 Teen Choice Awards – Choice Female Hottie
  • 2013 Teen Choice Awards – Choice Movie Actress: Sci-Fi/Fantasy – Oz the Great and Powerful
  • 2013 MTV Movie and TV Awards – Best Female Performance – Ted
  • 2013 MTV Movie and TV Awards – Best Kiss – Ted
  • 2013 Critics’ Choice Movie Awards – Best Actress in a Comedy – Ted
  • 2013 People’s Choice Awards – Favorite Movie Actress – Ted
  • 2013 People’s Choice Awards – Favorite Movie Actress – Ted
  • 2012 Rembrandt Awards – Best International Actress – Friends with Benefits
  • 2012 People’s Choice Awards – Favorite Movie Actress – Friends with Benefits
  • 2011 Teen Choice Awards – Choice Female Hottie
  • 2011 Teen Choice Awards – Choice Summer Movie Star: Female – Friends with Benefits
  • 2011 Teen Choice Awards – Choice Movie: Female Scene Stealer – Black Swan
  • 2011 Teen Choice Awards – Choice Movie: Liplock – Black Swan
  • 2011 Scream Awards – Best Supporting Actress – Black Swan
  • 2011 Online Film Critics Society – Best Supporting Actress – Black Swan
  • 2011 MTV Movie and TV Awards – Best Kiss – Black Swan
  • 2011 Critics’ Choice Movie Awards – Best Supporting Actress – Black Swan
  • 2011 Golden Globe Awards – Best Supporting Actress – Motion Picture – Black Swan
  • 2011 Screen Actors Guild Awards Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Supporting Role – Black Swan
  • 2011 Screen Actors Guild Awards – Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture – Black Swan
  • 2010 Teen Choice Awards – Choice Movie Actress: Action Adventure – The Book of Eli
  • 2010 Scream Awards – Best Science Fiction Actress – The Book of Eli
  • 2010 Oklahoma Film Critics Circle – Best Supporting Actress – Black Swan
  • 2010 Dallas–Fort Worth Film Critics – Association Best Supporting Actress – Black Swan
  • 2009 Teen Choice Awards – Choice Movie Actress: Action Adventure – Max Payne
  • 2008 Teen Choice Awards – Choice Movie Breakout Female – Forgetting Sarah Marshall
  • 2007 Annie Awards – Best Voice Acting in an Animated Television Production – Family Guy
  • 2006 Spike Video Game Awards – Best Supporting Female Performance – Family Guy Video Game!
  • 2006 Teen Choice Awards – Choice TV Actress – Comedy – That ’70s Show
  • 2005 Teen Choice Awards – Choice TV Actress – Comedy – That ’70s Show
  • 2004 Teen Choice Awards – Choice TV Actress – Comedy – That ’70s Show
  • 2002 Teen Choice Awards – TV – Choice Actress – That ’70s Show
  • 2001 Young Artist Award – Best Performance in a Comedy Series: Leading Young Actress – That ’70s Show
  • 2000 Young Artist Award – Best Performance in a Comedy Series: Leading Young Actress – That ’70s Show
  • 2000 Teen Choice Awards – TV – Choice Actress – That ’70s Show
  • 1999 Young Artist Award – Best Performance in a TV Series – Young Ensemble – That ’70s Show


“That is the biggest form of bullying ever, the paparazzi. Printing lies, making accusations, it’s just bullying.”

“People have interpretations of what you’re supposed to be like. If you’re unattractive and overweight, you must have a great personality. If you’re attractive, then you must not be the nicest person. People are always taken aback that I’m easygoing but not necessarily stupid.”

“I had a normal upbringing and went to public school. If I ever, even for a second, started getting a big head, I was brought back to reality pretty quickly. I was working full time and still had to fight for a cell phone.”

“I had a snowboarding accident. I fell off a horse. I’ve had a concussion, a fractured rib… I walk into walls. I’m always bruised up.”

“I think that certain things are funny and certain things are okay to make fun of – including myself.”

“I’ve never dated. I can say this honestly: I don’t know what it’s like to date. But also, how am I going to date? I’m not in one state long enough.”

“My mom and my dad wanted my brother and I to have a better life, you know, better education, better jobs. It was probably harder, much, much harder, for my parents. When you’re a kid, you can learn a language much more easily; I learned English in less than a year.”

“Always have a backup plan.”

“Listen, I am such a nerd. I’m not one of those girls that goes, ‘Ha, ha, hee, hee. I’m a nerd.’ No, no, no – my brain mentality is the same as a 12-year-old little boy. The video games that I play, the things that I like to watch – I’m a Trekkie.”

“I honestly think being single’s great. Being in a relationship’s great. It’s all about the timing.”

“I’m still a ‘Star Trek’ fan. You never stop being one.”

“I am… stubborn, and I admit it, so it’s OK.”

“I am very much a creature of habit, and I have no life consistency. None.”

“You want to be honest with a character and play it truthfully, and you want to be genuine with your character.”

“I think there will always be a double standard between males and females, so I think that an actress is more likely to protect her public persona, so to speak, than an actor would be.”

“I stand by every movie that I did. I don’t regret any decision I made.”

“I have an older brother who is 21 and attends UC Berkley.”

“My goal in life is to enjoy what I do, and never to look back and say I wish I would have done that, and to go to UCLA, and to become someone great in life!”

“I feel like every role you take, there’s a part of you that obviously feels like you can do it. I don’t know if perfect is the right word because I don’t believe in perfection. I don’t think it exists.”

“I grew up in the Ukraine ’til I was about 7, and then I moved to L.A.”

“Teens are dealing with the same problems now in the ’90s as they did back in the ’70s, the only real difference is the clothes we wear!”

“I definitely hope to attend UCLA in a year, and major in business.”

“I don’t think it’s true that blondes have more fun… Trust me, it is not true!”

Mila Kunis has an excellent performance as a talented actress. For these reasons, she did many works of movies, tv series, advertisements, video game appearances, and many more. Also, she got several awards that prove her ability in acting.