The versatile Mila Kunis was born in Kiev, Ukraine in 1983. By 1990, the Kunis family had moved to Los Angeles and Mila was attending school near Hollywood. She was taking acting classes at Beverly Hills Studios, and after appearing in numerous commercials, she made her screen debut in an episode of "Days of Our Lives."
Claiming she was 18 when she was actually just starting high school, producers hired Mila to join the cast of FOX's "That '70s Show" in 1998, and shortly after, she utilized her voice talent as Meg in the FOX animated series "Family Guy." Later, she would voice numerous characters on "Robot Chicken," the Seth Green-produced show. While her steady work as Jackie on "That '70s Show" continued until the show's finale in 2006, Mila also found time for big screen roles such as in the Kirsten Dunst romance "Get Over It" and as Tina in the film version of the off-Broadway play "Tony 'N Tina's Wedding."
Mila seems poised for a big screen breakthrough at the end of the decade. She established a following, proved her versatility, and is ready for an overdue successful transition to the film medium. Like many of her "That '70s Show" co-stars, Mila has made a name for herself that promises only to get bigger.
Mila Kunis Videos
Our friends at Esquire got this great video of Mila as she hangs out in some sexy clothes in a SOHO apartment.
Mila Kunis in GQ
Mila on the Web
Mila Kunis gallery at Maxim
Check out pics from her exclusive shoot with 'Stuff' at Maxim!
Mila's ultimate web resource guide.
TV Guide: Mila Kunis
Latest news, video clips of Mila at work, and photos.
Detailed bio, links to new projects, and recent stills.
Decent bio with complete filmography.
Complex Magazine Interview
Mila on graduating from "That '70s Show" to big screen comedy.
Mila on Video
November 2007 chat with Mila about "Family Guy" and "Forgetting Sarah Marshall."
Mila at the 2008 San Francisco Wonder Con discussing "Forgetting Sarah Marshall."
Movie Web Interview
Mila on being cast and her perspective of the story of "Forgetting Sarah Marshall."
Mila on the Screen
Mila started off hopping around unimpressive sitcoms early in her career, such as "The John Larroquette Show," "Unhappily Ever After," and "Nick Freno: Licensed Teacher." She's Sarah in the 1996 Hulk Hogan family comedy "Santa with Muscles," Rachael in "American Psycho II: All American Girl," Jackie for 200 episodes of "That '70s Show," Meg Griffin on "Family Guy," Michelle in "Moving McAllister," and Sophie in "Boot Camp."
On different generations:
"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!"