Ashton Kutcher - Famous Television Producer

Ashton Kutcher Net Worth


Ashton Kutcher is an American model, actor, entrepreneur, and TV host who has a net worth of $200 million . Kutcher first became famous thanks to ‘That 70’s Show’ and parlayed that fame into a moderately successful film career before becoming a successful venture capitalist, making early investments in dozens of successful companies.

Key facts:

  • Ashton Kutcher is an American model, actor, entrepreneur, and TV host with a net worth of $200 million
  • Kutcher first achieved fame through his portrayal of Michael Kelso on the popular FOX sitcom That 70's Show
  • He produced and hosted celebrity hidden camera prank show Punk'd, which made him a household name
  • Kutcher has made early investments in successful startups like Uber, Airbnb, and Spotify through his venture capital firm A-Grade Investments
  • He is married to Mila Kunis, his former co-star on That 70's Show, and they have two children together

Basic Information About Ashton Kutcher

CategoryCelebrities β€Ί Actors
ProfessionsModel, Actor, Screenwriter, Entrepreneur, Comedian, Television producer, Presenter, Voice Actor, Film Producer
Net worth$200,000,000
Date of birth1978-02-07 (45 years old)
Place of birthCedar Rapids
NationalityUnited States of America
SpouseMila Kunis - (4 JulyΒ 2015 - present)Β (2 children)
Demi Moore - (24 SeptemberΒ 2005 - 26 NovemberΒ 2013)Β (divorced)
Height6 ft 2 in (1.89 m)
Social Mediaβ†—οΈŽ Wikipedia β†—οΈŽ Twitter β†—οΈŽ Instagram β†—οΈŽ Facebook β†—οΈŽ IMDb

What Movie Awards did Ashton Kutcher win?


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Ashton Kutcher awards

Award Name State Movie / Series Name Year
MTV Movie Award - Best Comedic PerformanceNomineeNo Strings Attached2011
Teen Choice Award - Choice Movie Actor: Romantic ComedyWinnerNo Strings Attached2011
Blimp Award - Favorite Movie ActorNomineeCheaper by the Dozen2004
Razzie Award - Worst ActorNomineeCheaper by the Dozen2004
Teen Choice Award - Choice Movie Hissy FitNomineeCheaper by the Dozen2004
Sierra Award - Best Male NewcomerNomineeDude, Where's My Car?2000
MTV Movie Award - Breakthrough Male PerformanceNomineeDude, Where's My Car?2001
Razzie Award - Worst ActorWinnerKillers2011
Teen Choice Award - Choice Movie Actor: ComedyWinnerKillers2010
Blimp Award - Favorite Movie ActorNomineeJust Married2004
Razzie Award - Worst ActorNomineeJust Married2004
Teen Choice Award - Choice Movie Actor - ComedyNomineeJust Married2003
Razzie Award - Worst ActorWinnerValentine's Day2011
Razzie Award - Worst ActorNomineeJobs2014
Blimp Award - Favorite Voice from an Animated MovieNomineeOpen Season2007
Teen Choice Award - Choice Movie Rockstar MomentWinnerA Lot Like Love2005
Actor - Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion PictureNomineeBobby2007
Blimp Award - Favorite Television ActorNomineeThat '70s Show2006
Blimp Award - Favorite TV ActorNomineeThat '70s Show2005
Blimp Award - Favorite Television ActorNomineeThat '70s Show2004
Teen Choice Award - Choice TV Actor: ComedyWinnerThat '70s Show2005
Teen Choice Award - Choice TV Actor - ComedyWinnerThat '70s Show2004
Teen Choice Award - Choice TV Actor - ComedyWinnerThat '70s Show2003
Young Artist Award - Best Performance in a TV Series - Young EnsembleNomineeThat '70s Show1999
Teen Choice Award - Choice TV Actor: ComedyNomineeTwo and a Half Men2014
Teen Choice Award - Choice TV Actor: ComedyNomineeTwo and a Half Men2012
Blimp Award - Favorite TV ActorNomineePunk'd2005
Blimp Award - Favorite Television ActorNomineePunk'd2004
Teen Choice Award - TV - Choice PersonalityWinnerPunk'd2006
Teen Choice Award - Choice TV Reality/Variety HostWinnerPunk'd2003

Ashton Kutcher roles

Movie / Series Role
No Strings AttachedAdam
The Butterfly EffectEvan
Cheaper by the DozenHank (uncredited)
Dude, Where's My Car?Jesse
WeWorkSelf (archive footage)
AnnieSimon Goodspeed
Just MarriedTom
Valentine's DayReed Bennett
JobsSteve Jobs
Open SeasonElliot (voice)
The GuardianJake Fischer
What Happens in VegasJack Fuller
Guess WhoSimon Green
New Year's EveRandy (segment "Elevator")
A Lot Like LoveOliver Martin
Reindeer GamesCollege Kid
Texas RangersGeorge Durham
Family GuyAshton Kutcher 1 episode, 2016
Made in HollywoodSelf 3 episodes, 2010-2013
Just Shoot Me!Dean Cassidy 1 episode, 2001
Saturday Night LiveSelf - Host / ... 4 episodes, 2001-2010
Ellen: The Ellen DeGeneres ShowSelf - Guest / ... 11 episodes, 2004-2018
WWE Monday Night RAWSelf 2 episodes, 2010-2016
That '70s ShowMichael Kelso 183 episodes, 1998-2006
The RanchWriter
The RanchColt Bennett 80 episodes, 2016-2020
The BacheloretteSelf - Husband Material Judge 1 episode, 2017
The TalkSelf - Guest 1 episode, 2014
The Late Show with Stephen ColbertSelf - Guest 1 episode, 2017
The Late Late Show with James CordenSelf - Guest / ... 3 episodes, 2016-2020
Two and a Half MenWriter
Two and a Half MenWalden Schmidt 84 episodes, 2011-2015
The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy FallonSelf / ... 4 episodes, 2016-2020
Robot ChickenMichael Kelso / ... 3 episodes, 2005
The Daily ShowSelf - Guest 1 episode, 2000
The Tonight Show with Jay LenoSelf - Guest 10 episodes, 2000-2013
Loose WomenSelf 1 episode, 2016
The Oprah Winfrey ShowSelf - Guest 1 episode, 2005
Grounded for LifeScott 1 episode, 2002
ConanSelf - Guest 5 episodes, 2011-2018
Hot OnesSelf - Guest 1 episode, 2019
Punk'dSelf - Host / ... 106 episodes, 2003-2012
Late Night with Conan O'BrienSelf - Guest 4 episodes, 2001-2006
Late Night with Jimmy FallonSelf - Guest 2 episodes, 2009-2011

Ashton Kutcher's Movie/Shows Salary

Movie / Series Salary
Two and a Half MenΒ (2003)$750,000 per episode (2013-2014)

Ashton Kutcher's Quotes

  • [on his experience with James Van Der Beek and Rachael Leigh Cook on the set of Texas Rangers (2001)] In between scenes, we go up and play Nintendo 64. We just all hang out and have a good time.
  • [on rapper Eminem and his music] I think he's got [guts] for saying what he said. People get way too worked up about that stuff instead of just enjoying it.
  • I didn't even know guys modeled before that. I thought Fabio was the only male model, and I really didn't fit that bill.
  • I'll probably never be the best actor in Hollywood, but I hope to be the hardest working.
  • I don't believe that old clichΓ© that good things come to those who wait. I think good things come to those who want something so bad they can't sit still.

Ashton Kutcher's photos

The Rise of Ashton Kutcher: From Modeling to Venture Capital

Ashton Kutcher’s success as a model, actor, entrepreneur, and TV host has been nothing short of amazing. His career began in the fashion industry that led to runway shows and successful modeling assignments for Calvin Klein. However, his ambition to venture into the acting industry led him to move to Los Angeles where he finally made it big by portraying the character of Kelso in That 70’s Show that turned him into an overnight sensation. Now, he’s better-known as a technology investor and is hailed as a successful venture capitalist with an estimated net worth of $200 million.

Early Life and Education

Born on February 7, 1978, in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, Ashton Kutcher was raised with his twin brother Michael, who suffered from cerebral palsy. At 18, Kutcher enrolled in the University of Iowa to study biochemical engineering.

During his time at college, Kutcher developed an interest in modeling and dropped out of college in 1997 to pursue his dreams. Soon enough, he signed on with Elite Modeling Agency in New York City and became quite successful.

Acting Career

After being cast as Kelso in That 70’s Show, Kutcher gained a lot of popularity due to his comic timing and good looks. He acted in several films, including Just Married with Brittany Murphy and Dude, Where’s My Car? with Sean William Scott.
Despite gaining a sizable fan base during his TV career, Kutcher’s most significant contribution to the filming industry was through Punk’d. As part of Punk’d, Kutcher orchestrated a series of elaborate hidden camera pranks on his fellow celebrity acquaintances and parlayed his success in the show to executive producer credits on other MTV reality shows.

Kutcher’s journey in the entertainment industry didn’t end there even though he had to scale back appearances in his final season of That 70’s Show. In 201, Kutcher played an assassin in Killers (which he co-produced), and the following year, he replaced Charlie Sheen in CBS sitcom Two and a Half Men β€” earning $800,000 per episode.

Kutcher’s high-profile venture into startups has been through his venture capital firm β€” A-Grade Investments, which attracted $30 million from investors to invest in technology startups before shutting down in 2017. Kutcher made early investments in startups such as Airbnb, Uber, and Spotify and brought on Guy Oseary and Ron Burkle into his team to help widen the scope of their investments.

Personal Life

In 2005, Kutcher famously married actress Demi Moore but they separated six years later citing personal differences. Currently, he is married to Mila Kunis, with whom he has two children.

Quote on Business

β€œGood-looking people turn me off. Myself included. Being aware of one’s physical flaws dictates fashion trends. I thought that was a funny idea.” – Ashton Kutcher


Kutcher’s career trajectory matched that of very few in the entertainment business. He became a popular comedy star for his performances in many TV sitcoms such as That 70’s Show, and Two and a Half Men. In terms of film success, Kutcher appeared in several successful films over the course of his career. His investment firm, A-Grade Investments boasted dozens of successful startups in its portfolio.

Ashton Kutcher may have started as just another pretty face topped-off with innate goofiness and great timing, but he’s proved to be a talented actor with an outside savvy for deals as an angel investor and venture capitalist, connecting most with savvy, high-growth startups with fundamentally sound models.

  • Social Media Stats: Twitter (17.2 million followers); Instagram (3.4 million followers)
  • Projects of Interest: The Butterfly Effect, That ’70s Show, acting in Two and a Half Men, A-Grade Investments
  • Awards: Nominated twice at the Teen Choice Awards under Choice Male Hottie category; Screen Actors Guild Awards (Won, Received an Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series award for “That 70’s Show” in 1999.); Webby Lifetime Achievement Award excepted in May of 2019

The Bottom Line

The life of Ashton Kutcher is quite an unexpected one that has required perseverance, dedication, and reinvention. Ashton Kutcher’s smart business sense and dynamic career choices have led him to succeed first as a model, transition smoothly into acting roles with the leads in television sitcoms and movies, then become one of the more noteworthy angel investors in Silicon Valley. His investments over the years have transformed him into one of the most sought-after venture capitalists. And yes, he is part of one of the cutest families we’ve ever seen on social media.

Interesting Facts about Ashton Kutcher

  1. Dropped out from the University of Iowa to pursue modeling. His major was biochemical engineering.
  2. Used to have a job sweeping the floor at a General Mills plant.
  3. Won the Fresh Faces of Iowa modeling contest in 1997, sparking a modeling career in New York City.
  4. Has a fraternal twin brother, Michael, and an older sister, Tausha Kutcher.
  5. He auditioned for a role at NBC and knew he didn't land it. As he was leaving, an executive asked him to read for a new NBC pilot called Wind on Water (1998). "I went and did a cold reading of the character and found out I had gotten the job but told them I had to read the script first and after reading it, decided I did not want to be a cowboy surfer. My agent had told me about a series called "Teenage Wasteland" (later renamed That '70s Show (1998)) and I went in to read and told them I had to know if I had gotten the role by 3:45 that afternoon. I was supposed to tell NBC if I wanted the role on Wind on Water (1998) by 4:00 p.m. Luckily, I got the role on this show." Wind on Water (1998) was canceled after two episodes.
  6. Was once so poor, he sold his blood while attending the University of Iowa.
  7. Lost the role of Danny Walker in Pearl Harbor (2001) to Josh Hartnett.
  8. One of Teen People Magazine's 25 Hottest Stars Under 25. [2002]
  9. His twin brother Michael was born with a septal heart defect.
  10. On January 23, 2004, he went head to head with his That '70s Show (1998) co-star Topher Grace at the box office as The Butterfly Effect (2004) starring Kutcher and Win a Date with Tad Hamilton! (2004) opened against one another. The Butterfly Effect (2004) won the race, coming in at the #1 spot, while Win a Date with Tad Hamilton! (2004) came in at #3, just after Along Came Polly (2004).
  11. Older sister Tausha Kutcher has a daughter, Dakota (born 1999).
  12. Voted #3 on VH1's 100 Hottest Hotties.
  13. Is a member of the Delta Chi Fraternity, along with Kevin Costner, Sascha Turnheim and Alan Heitz.
  14. Has two toes on his left foot that are fused together, meaning they are webbed.
  15. Ranked #35 on Premiere Magazine's 50 Most Disturbing Moments in Movie History. Kutcher's face is just placed there, without an explanation as to why.
  16. Owns a restaurant in Los Angeles, California, called Dolce.
  17. Ranked #17 in TV Guide's list of "TV's 25 Greatest Teen Idols" (January 23, 2005 issue).
  18. Lost the lead role of Drew Baylor in Elizabethtown (2005) to Orlando Bloom when Cameron Crowe decided he wanted an actor who had a solid rΓ©sumΓ© as to theatre and drama school training.
  19. Was the first of the six primary cast members of That '70s Show (1998) to receive a Razzie Award nomination. He was nominated for Worst Actor of 2004 for his roles in the films Cheaper by the Dozen (2003), Just Married (2003) and My Boss's Daughter (2003). However, he did not win.
  20. Along with Topher Grace, he chose not to renew his contract to do an 8th season of That '70s Show (1998), wishing to pursue other projects.

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