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Mila Kunis

A native-born Ukranian, Mila immigrated to the U.S. with her parents when she was seven. After learning to speak English, she enrolled in acting classes and was soon discovered by her manager while performing at a showcase. It wasn't long before Kunis began landing numerous commercials, and she has since gone on to build a strong resume in both feature films and television. She recently wrapped production on the feature film "Tom 51." Her additional feature film credits include roles in "American Psycho II," "Get Over It," "Krippendorf's Tribe," "Honey, We Shrunk Ourselves," "Knockout Kid," "Santa With Muscles," "Piranha" and "Make a Wish, Molly." Kunis provides the voice of "Meg" on the Emmy-nominated animated series FAMILY GUY. She also starred as young "Gia Carangi" in the critically acclaimed cable movie "Gia." Her additional television credits include recurring roles on "7th Heaven" and "Nick Freno," as well as guest-starring appearances on "Grounded for Life", "Baywatch," "Days of Our Lives," "The John Larroquette Show," "Unhappily Ever After," "Walker, Texas Ranger," "Moloney," "Pensacola: Wings of Gold" and "Hudson Street." Kunis has received two Young Star Awards for Best Young Actress Performance in a Comedy Series for her role as Jackie on THAT '70s SHOW. Additionally, she also earned a Young Hollywood Award from Movieline Magazine for the One to Watch. Mila has shown us that there's way more to the Ukraine than vodka and communal farming. Her killer Russian looks are accompanied by a lethal sense of humor, as evidenced in her role as Jackie on That 70's Show (alright, maybe her role is evidence of the writers' wittiness, but she must have had some sense of delivery to win it). At 18 years old, Mila has plenty of time left to make an even stronger mark on Hollywood.

Mila Kunis was born Milena Markovna Kunis on August 14, 1983 in Kiev, Ukraine, the birthplace of another familiar actress, Milla Jovovich. Her father, Mark, was a mechanical engineer, and her mother, Elvira, a physics teacher. At the time of Mila's birth, Ukraine still formed part of the Soviet Union, and political turmoil surrounded Mila throughout her childhood years. In 1990, Ukraine gained its sovereignty, and the Kunis parents moved to Los Angeles, seeking a more stable environment in which to raise their children.

Relocation to the West brought with it abrupt changes, and the Kunis family was forced to shed their former professions (to this day Mark continues to work as the president of a cab company and Elvira as a drugstore manager). Mila and her brother were immediately enrolled in a local public school, where they began to learn English through immersion. Mila honed her conversational skills further through watching television; the game show The Price is Right proved particularly helpful to Mila, as host Bob Barker spoke slowly enough for her to consistently pick up on what he was saying.

It didn't take Mila long to become proficient at her new tongue, and at the age of nine, her father registered her in after-school acting classes at the Beverly Hills Studio. Mila took to acting quickly, and acting took to her. At one of the Studio's public showcases, Mila was approached by entertainment manager Susan Curtis, who offered to take her on. Soon thereafter, Mila made her debut national television appearances: first, on a Payless ShoeSource commercial, and then on an episode of the daytime soap Days of Our Lives.

Over the next several years leading up to 1998, Mila made appearances in a diverse collection of productions. Guest spots on television programs Baywatch, Walker, Texas Ranger and 7th Heaven were accompanied by a bit role in the 1998 Richard Dreyfuss comedy Krippendorf's Tribe. She also appeared in the 1995 made-for-TV movie Piranha, 1997's Honey, We Shrunk Ourselves and the 1996 Hulk Hogan vehicle, Santa with Muscles. The young Mila was also the focus of a Guess? clothing ad campaign.

Mila's break as an actress came in 1998, when she was cast as the young Gia in the HBO film of the same name (Angelina Jolie played the adult version of the character). The broadcast was well received, and Mila made the jump from bit actor to a familiar face in the entertainment industry. That same year, she auditioned for a part on a new Fox series, Teenage Wasteland. Although she was only 14 at the time (she told the producers she was 18), Mila won the part of the character Jackie, on the show that would be renamed That '70s Show.

That '70s Show went on to great success, and is currently under contract with Fox through the 2002-03 season. In spite of the recognition her work had brought her, Mila continued to attend part-time classes at her local school, Fairfax Senior High School, sitting alongside students from the nearby Inglewood and South Central L.A. neighborhoods. She graduated from Fairfax in 2001, the same year that she appeared alongside Kirsten Dunst and Sisqo in the teenie hit movie Get Over It and in the video for Aerosmith's single "Jaded."

Mila will continue her role as Jackie in That '70s Show throughout the upcoming season, and will most probably stay on board if the show's contract is extended further. She will also be starring opposite William Shatner in American Psycho II: All American Girl, playing the lead role of Rachelle Newman, a purported Patrick Bateman survivor. The film released straight to video in the summer of 2002.

We'll take this opportunity to extend our thanks to all those parties involved in the dissolution of the Iron Curtain, for giving us access to such specimens as Mila Kunis. Were it not for the likes of Mikhail Gorbachev, we may very well have been deprived of both a treat for the eyes and a talented actress, whose weekly renditions of Jackie on That '70s Show and Meg on The Family Guy make for consistent laughs.

Mila has come a long way since her Ukrainian youth, having accomplished the Hollywood celebrity that most native Americans can only dream of. Her ascension in the entertainment industry was a rapid one and, providing she shakes her nasty childhood habit of appearing in disastrous movies, should continue unabated. Given Mila's acting talents, we're convinced that she'll have no difficulties moving upwards in her profession. If things don't work out, she can always go back to her job as a Guess? clothing model.

Even while in the midst of learning to speak English, Mila was beating out the American competition to win television and film roles. That speaks to some pretty hefty acting talents. She hasn't yet had the opportunity to prove herself in a serious role, but when that day arrives, she's bound to wow some audiences.

Given that most of her roles to date have been in youth-targeted projects such as the movie Krippendorf's Tribe, much of Mila's interaction with the public has come via teen magazines and programs. Although we can't say that we share all her opinions on prom dresses and Leonardo DiCaprio, her manner of expressing them seems pleasant enough.

Mila's transition from a Ukrainian childhood to American celebrity seems to have legitimately shocked her, preventing the development of a huge ego. Which, in Hollywood, is refreshing to say the least. Mila joins Milla Jovovich and Eva Herzigova in the string of Eastern-European beauties that have surfaced since the collapse of the Berlin Wall (perhaps it stayed up so long in the first place to keep ladies like these inside!).

Even if it sat atop a grotesquely deformed body, Mila's face alone, with its exquisitely plump lips and green-blue eyes (each eye is a different color), would qualify her as sexy. Luckily for us, her physique is also stunning. The people at Guess? knew Mila was hot enough to sustain an ad campaign before she had even hit her sixteenth birthday. And she's only gotten sexier since.

It didn't take Mila long to assimilate into American culture. Within two years of her arrival from the Ukraine, Mila made her first national appearance in a Payless ShoeSource commercial. By her sixteenth birthday, she performed in a host of television and film productions, and boasted regular roles on both That '70s Show and Family Guy. Not too shabby for a girl who was still speaking with a strong accent just six years prior.

Given her talent, beauty and early experience in the entertainment industry, it's somewhat surprising that Mila hasn't already taken Hollywood by storm. Granted, at age 18, she's still young, but there's also the matter of some questionable career decisions that may have inhibited her progress in the business. Although her roles in 1998's Gia and 2001's Get Over It helped neutralize the effects of earlier appearances in films such as Honey We Shrunk Ourselves and Piranha, an upcoming lead in American Psycho II: All American Girl could inflict some damage on a promising career. Mila has proven that she has the skills to sustain challenging roles, now she just needs to land more of them. Kunis is ready to star in a big-screen adaptation of Tony 'n' Tina's Wedding for writer-director Roger Paradiso -- Currently in production in New York, WEDDING is based on the long-running interactive stage show that follows the nuptials of two working-class Italian New Yorkers and their wacky, diverse families. (July 23, 2003)

More facts about Mila Kunis

Mila and her family moved from Ukraine to LA when she was 7.
Best Friend: Maria Osadchy, an Aries whom she met in 2nd grade. Maria is also from Russia & helped Mila learn English.
Religion: Jewish (has had no formal education)
Inspiration: her parents, Jodie Foster, Tom Hanks, Lucille Ball
Ambitions: create a bakery/diner, get a PhD and an Oscar
Foreign Languages: Russian, Spanish
Hobbies: Collecting teddy, beanie & ceramic bears, swimming, bowling, shopping, ice skating, learning golf
Fave TV shows: That '70s Show, MTV's Real World, Roswell, Dawson's Creek, The X-Files, Ally McBeal
Fave talk shows: Rosie O'Donnell, Jay Leno
Fave old TV shows: I Love Lucy, I Dream of Jeanie, The Brady Bunch, Bewitched
Fave cartoon character: South Park's Cartman
Fave '70s episodes: 'Prom Night', 'That Disco Episode'
Fave movies: Pretty Woman, Clueless
Fave musicians: Shania Twain, Ricky Martin, Goo Goo Dolls, Blink 182, Limp Bizkit, Kid Rock
Fave CD: The Pricilla, Queen of the Desert soundtrack
Fave Songs: Shania Twain's I Feel Like A Woman, Ricky Martin's Livin' La Vida Loca
Fave Sport: Swimming, Basketball, Golf
Fave Authors: William Goldman, Shakespeare
Fave Comedians: Robin Williams, Adam Sandler
Fave Color: Yellow, Red
Fave Food: Pop-Tarts, Panda Express
Fave Hot Dog Dressings: ketchup, relish, mustard
Fave Nail Polish Color: Light Pink
Fave Lipstick: Shiseido brand in blue
Fave Vacation Spot: Hawaii, Manhattan
Celebrity Crushes: Mark Hoppus, Ryan Phillipe, Leonardo DiCaprio
Stress Relievers: throwing pillows, the gym (esp. the treadmill)
Dream Car: 1999 Silver V.W. Jetta
Dream College: UCLA
Future Honeymoon Spot: A cruise around the world, Europe
Future Husband Requirements: nice, funny, geniune, understanding & considerate of her schedule
1-word self description: Loud
Life philosophy: Enjoy your life, because you've only got one to live!
Mila's given first name is Milena.
Has 2 different color eyes (one is green, the other is blue).
Met her manager at the Beverly Hills Studios (an after-school acting class). Her father enrolled her there when she was nine.
Missed her senior prom due to a schedule conflict.
Learned to speak English from watching the PRICE IS RIGHT. She said Bob Barker talked slow enough for her to understand him.

"Leonardo Dicaprio! I've liked him since he was on "Growing Pains" and I thought he was cute. Leo or Tom Cruise."
"I don't think it's true that blondes have more fun... Trust me, it is not true!"

Young Hollywood Awards: One to Watch - Female (2002)
YoungStar Awards: Best Young Actress/Performance in a Comedy TV Series, That '70s Show (2000)
YoungStar Awards: Best Performance by a Young Actress in a Comedy TV Series, That '70s Show (1999)

Mila Kunis' on Wheels

We go hog wild over That '70s Show star Mila Kunis.

Mila Kunis and her family left Russia when she was seven years old. She lives in Little Odessa West, Los Angeles' gay, Russian neighborhood. Her mom's a scientist, and her dad does what every hardworking immigrant does: He drives a cab. Her parents must look at Mila's swelling trust fund every morning and sing "God Bless America" with Cyrillic subtitles. Mila speaks English with just a trace of the old country, which will make her prime Bond Girl material in about five years. Now she's starring in Get Over It, a romantic comedy with Kirsten Dunst and Kylie Bax, even while she continues to costar in the hit Fox sitcom That '70s Show. I like to think of Mila in her pink shag bedroom, dressed in a sports bra and Lakers shorts, holding a cup of hot cocoa, munching Double Stuf Oreos and getting crumbs all over her belly. (You can thank me for that image later.)

STUFF: You've said that you suck at bowling. What else do you suck at?
MILA: I love to bowl as a social thing, but yeah, I'm no good at it. I'm bad at every sport there is. I'm athletically challenged. I'm a good dancer, though.

You're home alone with nothing to do. What's going on?
I'm so boring. I watch the same movies over and over again. Pretty Woman and Clueless. The Princess Bride, Sixteen Candles, Pretty in Pink—all those old '80s chick flicks. And Grease. I can watch Grease continuously for hours. I know all the words. I watch it, rewind it and watch it again. All night.

That's really, really odd. Actually, frightening.
It's a sickness.

Yes, it is. So no dancing or jumping up and down on the bed?
Maybe. If I'm in the mood, I'll dance to Pink or Limp Bizkit. And when the girls come over…Oh, then we talk about boys. About how dumb boys are.

I'll bite: How dumb are they?
Very dumb. You should come over and tape our conversations.

OK, what time?
[Awkward silence]

What would I hear?
"My friend just broke up with her boyfriend," that sort of thing. It's like Sex and the City. We eat and talk about boys and watch chick flicks and talk about boys some more. Always boys. This one did that. That one did this. He's cute. He's…not. Boys, boys, boys.

Sounds like Christmas at Gore Vidal's house. So did you get a boyfriend just to have something to talk about?
Yeah. No. I do have a boyfriend. And he's very cool. He's an actor.

Jack Nicholson?
No, no. We just hang out. We don't go out on dates. We're always working.

Do you ever watch your show with your friends?
No. I've probably seen it on TV once. My friends—I don't think they've ever watched the show. We never talk about it.

That's hard to believe.
They couldn't care less about this TV stuff. Blah, blah, blah. These are the five or so friends I've had since I was, like, nine. So we all grew up together, and this is my job, like I work at Dairy Queen.

Yep, being a TV star is just like working at Dairy Queen. So, are you gonna stay with That '70s Show?
Oh, yeah. I want to do it as long as we can. I hope that me and Ashton Kutcher—he plays Kelso—will get together either by the end of this year or next season.

Is he this mysterious boyfriend?
We're all friends. I'm the youngest one in the cast, and I look at all of them as my older brothers and sisters.

Come on. He's the It guy. Even I'm turned on by him.
No, no. We're just friends. He's really good at science, and he tutored me through science when I took it in high school and my teacher was so retarded. Anyway…

Do you relate to all that '70s stuff?
Older people do.

You mean like 20-year-olds?
They go, "Oh, that's just like it was when we got high." Younger people can relate to the teenage dilemmas that happen at every age, like stealing the car, having sex, things like that. I miss those teen years of stealing cars and having sex.

By the way, what are you doing with your money?
It all goes into my trust account, so I don't have any money on me. I wasn't asking for a loan. I know. I have to borrow from my parents to buy clothes or go to the mall. I'm always going, "Can I have $20?"

Where's the big money going? Posters? Stuffed animals? Pink scented candles?
It's all going into my account for college. But I did get an SUV, which I love. And I did fly to New York to see the World Series, but Fox paid for that.

And I bet you really follow the sport.
You get a lot of perks in this business, and I take advantage of all of them. It's my favorite thing to get stuff for free—free flights, free clothes.

I know what you mean. Stuff is paying for us to eat sandwiches in this diner. Anyway, what's your addiction? Everyone has at least one.
The industry. I just want to work. I need it. I want to do this show. I want to do movies. It's an addicting industry. You get hooked. Once you have a little taste, you want more and more. I just want more.

OK, easy now…
I started when I was nine, doing commercials, a whole bunch of spots on TV shows—7th Heaven, Baywatch, I played the young Angelina Jolie in Gia. So I've been working steadily, and I can't get enough. It's fun, but it's hard. There's amazing pressure, and there's crushing rejection.

Angelina Jolie is hot.
[No response]

What do you want to do when you grow up?
I want to keep acting. Maybe one day I would like to have my own production company. But I'm young enough not to rule out other possibilities, too, like becoming a ballet dancer or even an astronaut.

Why not both? You could do Swan Lake in space.
[Mila signals for the check.]

Mila Kunis' destiny

Where you’ve seen her:
This 19-year-old Hollywood vet has convincingly played the younger incarnation of Angelina Jolie’s drugged-out supermodel in Gia and a sadistic femme fatale in the sequel to American Psycho. But it has been as jiggly Jackie Burkhardt on four seasons of That ’70s Show that she’s actually made us long for the days of bell-bottoms and double-digit inflation.

Destined to be an actress:
“When I was nine my parents stuck me in acting classes because I could be loud and obnoxious and not get into trouble.”

Must have been the “scenery”:
“I was an extra on Baywatch twice. The funny thing was that a lot of people came to visit me on the set. My dad came to visit, my brother, my manager’s husband…a lot of guys came to just hang out. I don’t know why.”

“Umm, how do you like your eggs in the morning?”
“No one ever tries pickup lines on me, and I’ve always wanted someone to. Like, ‘Can I see your tag, because I think you were made in heaven,’ or whatever. Guys are really strange. They’ll stare, but they won’t say anything.”

Mila Kunis plays coll on ''That 70's Show''

Q: Tell me a little about your character on That 70's Show.

Mila Kunis: I play Jackie who is a cool character. She is the spoiled one out of the bunch. She's always perky and wants to go out. My character has really progressed a lot since last season in the way she looks upon things and people. Jackie matured. She started out as a little kid not knowing what to do or what she wanted. Recently, she stopped following people and, almost, tells people what to do now. Kelsey [her boyfriend] would cheat on her and she'd look the other way. Now she's gone her own way. She's very strong, a little stubborn, a little ditzy, but overall she's great.

Q: Is Jackie anything like you?

Mila Kunis: In many ways she is and in many many she's not -- mostly she's not anything like me. I'm a very stubborn person and Jackie is, as well. So, that's one quality we have in common.

Q: Can you tell me a little about the upcoming season?

Mila Kunis: I wish I could answer that question! I don't know anything about the episodes. We have a really cool Halloween episode coming up. As of our last season finale, all of us were grounded. So, there's an episode where we try to sneak out.

Q: Do you have a particular favorite episode?

Mila Kunis: My favorite episode would be the one where I blew up like a big balloon. It was titled "Charlie and the Chocolate Factory."

Q: Do you think being in this industry has forced you to grow up quicker?

Mila Kunis: I definitely think I matured a little quicker than the normal teen. I started out when I was nine. Most of the films I've done were with adults rather than little kids. I grew up because I had responsibilities. I have to wake up for work, study my lines, go to school; so I have more responsibilities than the normal kid. I don't think anything out there is harder than handling both school and That 70's Show. So far, it's hard, but it's a challenge. It's fun. I get tutored. I go to a regular public school. I can't complain about what I do... so many people would love to do what I do.

Q: What do kids at your public school think of all this?

Mila Kunis: Unfortunately, when I started attending the school, the show had already started airing so people knew me as "that girl from That 70's Show." It's a little hard because they'd be like, "Oh, she's on TV." People always stereotype actresses only because they've never been acquainted with one. I have friends there who have opened up a little to me. My true friends I still have from before high school. I don't go to high school to socialize. I go to learn.

Q: If you could bring any item from the 70's to the millennium, what would it be? The style?

Mila Kunis: No, no, no. Not the style... the bell bottoms have already come back and left again! {after much thought} Shag carpeting... that thick carpeting that's really comfortable. Your toes can sink into it. It comes in ugly colors. I don't think I'd ever actually purchase it, but I definitely think it should come back.

Q: What's the cast like?

Mila Kunis: They're all great. We're a big family. I mean, we're together for nine hours out of the day, every day. When I started the show, I was fourteen. The only person I was close with was Laura. I'm seventeen now and Laura's nineteen so we're close to the same age. They all saw me as the little sister and I still am!

Q: Do you guys hang out after your finished taping?

Mila Kunis: Friday nights we'll go bowling or out to a 24 hour diner or something.

Q: Kissing Ashton... take it from there!

Mila Kunis: Kissing Ashton.... {giggles} is... a lot of fun! When I auditioned for [the show], I was just like, "Oh, I wonder what guy I'll get to kiss." He's a great kisser!

Q: What was it like hanging at MTV's Beach House last summer?

Mila Kunis: {laughs} Oh my gawd! They're so loud so you feel like you have to scream over them even though you have a mic in your hands. It's nuts up there! It was the greatest thing. The audience was so loud and obnoxious.... it was fun! However, it was really cold. We had to act like it was a typical summer, but in San Diego it hadn't gotten hot or sunny yet and we had to wear little summer outfits.

Q: Tell me a little about your new movie, Get Over It.

Mila Kunis: Kirsten Dunst, Ben Foster, and Sisqo are in it. It's like a A Mid Summer Night's Dream. Sisqo plays my love interest. Ben plays Kirsten's love interest and I play Kirsten's best friend. Sisqo likes me through out the movie, but I don't like him and through out the whole movie. Kirsten likes Ben and he doesn't like her. It's a romantic comedy. Meanwhile, A Mid Summer Night's Dream is intertwined within the movie as the school's play.

Q: What was it like working with Kirsten and Sisqo?

Mila Kunis: Oh, it's so much fun! I was looking forward to working with Kirsten because she's one of my good friends. But... Sisqo... I was like, "Oh my gawd -- I'm gonna work with the Thong God!" That was all that was going through my head! I didn't know what to do... I didn't know what he'd be like. As it turns out, he's the sweetest guy. He's like a little boy. I thought he'd be all hard like, "Yo. Wassup?" but no! He's a good little boy... and a great actor! So good at what he does. He had to fly out every week to Japan & London. It was amazing what he had to do.

Q: What's your take on all these young starlets who are trying to shed their good girl image?

Mila Kunis: If that's what they want to do than that's what they should do. I can't judge them for that. However, I don't think I have a good girl image. I don't think I have a bad girl image. I just go with the flow. Whatever comes my way. If the script looks good and doesn't look like it'll ruin my career, I'll do it. All these teens who are doing the racy Rolling Stone covers, it's generating publicity. Bad publicity is always good publicity. I don't think I would ever, personally, but I won't knock those who are.

Q: What's the craziest thing you've done with friends?

Mila Kunis: What's not crazy? Everything we do is so dumb. We'll go swimming at two o'clock in the morning on a December night. It could be freezing outside and we'll still jump in with all of our clothes on. Then we all get sick! Or, like, all of us are getting together at my friends house next Saturday and we'll probably just run around the neighborhood screaming in our scooters. We all just bought scooters. We're scooter friends.

Q: What's something you've learned about yourself within the past year?

Mila Kunis: Wow, these questions really require some thought! Ummm, that I'm a really good driver. Have no fear, when you see me on the road you don't have to pull over -- I am a good driver! I just started a year ago so that's what I've discovered.

Q: Do you have any celeb crushes?

Mila Kunis: Doesn't everybody? That's one of the most common things! I'm not gonna say who! God forbid they ever read this and I have to meet them -- nuh uh! That would be funny. It always comes back to them. I said it one time. It was like a little line, "Oh yeah -- Mila has a crush on so-in-so," and I ended up meeting him. I turned so red. I almost died.

Q: What's the dating scene like for you?

Mila Kunis: Unfortunately I don't have time for dating. If I meet a guy I like we'll hang out, but there's no serious dating. I have school and I have my career. I don't have time for it.

Q: Do you think guys are intimated by the fact you're an actress?

Mila Kunis: I don't know why, but I could see that happening. Mostly the guys I meet are in the industry and are pretty self confident. That's the difference in dating an actor and non-actor. Usually I'll meet these non actors who I'm so attracted to, but they'll be really shy. I guess they're a little intimidated.

Q: Are you ever shy yourself?

Mila Kunis: I can be very shy. Depends on the circumstance... like if I'm in a crowd of people and don't know anybody. If I'm in a good mood, and feel like being loud and obnoxious, I'll just go up to a random person and introduce myself, but most of the time, I'm really shy... the person in the corner.

Q: Girls most commonly look up to celebrities for fashion inspiration? Who are you into?

Mila Kunis: I love Charlize Theron. I love her style. She's such an elegant woman... very soft and beautiful. She doesn't look like she tries hard. Also, Drew Barrymore is definitely very cute. She puts out a vibe like she's proud. No matter what she wears it'll always look good on her because she's always smiling.

Q: How would you describe your style?

Mila Kunis: Very comfortable. I'll buy a dress, but only if it's comfortable.

Q: What drives you insane?

Mila Kunis: Mean people drive me insane! People who don't smile and don't laugh!


Could life get any cooler for actress Mila Kunis ?

She has parts on a hilarious hit TV show, adoring boyfriend, and awesome movies about to hit theaters. What's not to be happy about?

Clouds are invading the sky over the beach in Malibu, CA, but Mila Kunis couldn't care less. In fact, finding something that doesn't make her happy is even more difficult than not laughing during That 70s Show. Whether she's talking about idol Audrey Hepburn, the TV show Blind Date, or th humongous bowl of spicy pretzels on the lunch table at YM's cover shoot, she does it with a gigantic grin and full-force energy.She has galloped to new heights of happiness since landing her role on That 70's Show. Mila, 17, moved to Los Angeles from the Ukraine when she was 7 and had only a few small parts before she got cast as the high-maintenance Jackie.

Here's how she fuels the laugh track to the rest of her life.

Costar comedy

MILA: Wilmer [Valderrama] and Topher [Grace] always joke around. They're dumb, but in a good way! Wilmer does all these funny voices and impersonations. Ashton [Kutcher] is really goofy. He always falls. If I didn't like the people I worked with, I would have a really tough time on the show.?

Thongs: just say no

MILA: To this day I cannot get used to how people wear G-strings all the time! At home, I put on my cotton Hanes underwear, good pj's, and a sweater, pop in a video, and I'm as happy as can be. I love comfortable things. I hat to wear these high heels to an awards show once because I'm short, but the second I got offstage, I had my sneakers waiting for me to put on.

Cool boyfriends

MILA: [dating someone she met on the set of her new movie, Get Over It, for almost a year and a half]: My boyfriend is a little punk boy. When we go out he dresses punk, but when we?Jre sitting around watching videos he's in sweatpants and his hair isn't spiked. He's just normal.

The best romantic gifts

MILA: Little unexpected things from the heart are the best. I like old classic Pooh bear, so my boyfriend got me an old Pooh necklace at a flea market. It probably cost a dollar, but it meant a lot. And when we had been dating for two months, out of nowhere he sent a bouquet of roses with a card that said, I just wanted to say hello.

Having a blast making movies on the side

MILA: [in Get Over It, out in January]: I play Kirsten Dunst's best friend. In the movie, Sisq's character likes me, but I don't like him! While I was filming it in Toronto, my best friend came to visit and we acted like total tourists, walking around taking pictures of sights, really embarrassing. We were pranksters and would bother every single cast member at two in the morning we would take empty pizza boxes and knock on someone's door and run away. Dorks.

Mila Kunis among others celebrities plays Nintendo DS first

Celebrities seem to pop up everywhere nowadays, so guess who was at the Nintendo DS launch party?

"Since we announced the Nintendo DS, celebrities have been determined to be the first to get their hands on it," says Reggie Fils-Aime, Nintendo of America's executive vice president of sales and marketing. "The Nintendo DS was a huge hit due to its revolutionary features – the dual screen; touch-screen; a built-in chat function; and wireless communication."

A lot of celebrities attended the event from a range of backgrounds. The near-complete list includes; Cris Judd, Mila Kunis, Drew Fuller, Jason London, Damian Lewis, Ethan Embry, David Gallagher, Marsha Thomason, Lake Bell, Jennifer Gimenez, Lochlyn Munro, William Lee Scott, John Hawkes, Nick Gonzales, Trent Ford, Alexis Arquette, Adam Garcia, Allison Munn, Megan Good, Rachel Miner, Melinda Williams, Ashley Peldon, Courtney Peldon, Cuba Gooding Jr., Jesse Metcalfe, Zach Braff, Orlando Jones, Taryn Manning, Anthony Keidis, Sarah Chalke, Rachel Hunter, J.C. Chasez, Donald Faison, Jerry Bruckheimer, Michael Vartan and The Killers.

This was certainly an impressive array of celebrities, who all seemed to enjoy the Nintendo DS, with pop-artist Pink stating "They look great! They are small enough to travel with and will help me pass away many hours when I'm on tour, especially on those long bus rides.".

Nintendo were certainly pleased with the event and have promised that they will be rolling out a huge advertising campaign. With any luck they won't be using what Donald Faison said as a tag line, "Yo, this is the dopest thing I've seen in my life."

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