Who is Wyatt Isabelle Kutcher?

Born under the sign of Libra on the 1st of October 2014 in Cedars-Sinai Hospital in Los Angeles, California USA, Wyatt Isabelle Kutcher is a four-year-old Caucasian child. She is definitely best known to the world due to massive coverage by the media outlets and social media networks, for being the first child and only daughter of actor Ashton Kutcher and his second wife, actress Mila Kunis.

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Her life thus far

Wyatt Isabelle Kutcher is being raised in her home town by both of her parents, alongside her younger three-year-old brother named Dimitri Portwood Kutcher, who was born under the sign of Sagittarius on the 30th of November 2016. She was given the middle name of Isabelle after her maternal grandmother, who is Ukrainian as well as her husband, while Ashton bears Irish, German and Czech ancestry, making for an interesting mix for Isabella and her brother. When she was born, she weighed 9lbs (4.1kgs), while her brother weighed 8lbs (3.6kg). After her birth, Ashton pulled a little trick on the media by uploading several different pictures of newborn babies, and inviting everyone to guess which one was Isabelle.


Who is her father Ashton Kutcher?

Born Christopher Ashton Kutcher under the sign of Aquarius on the 7th of February 1978 in Cedar Rapids, Iowa USA, Ashton Kutcher is a 41-year-old Caucasian of Catholic beliefs, and an actor, producer, entrepreneur and former model. He is perhaps best known for portraying Walden Michael Thoreau Schmidt in the extremely popular CBS comedy sitcom entitled “Two and a Half Men”, and has had a number of other successes over the course of his often lucrative acting career since 1998.

His early life and education

Kutcher was raised in his birthplace by his father Larry M. Kutcher, who was a factory worker, and his mother Diane Kutcher (nee Finegan), who held an unspecified position at the Procter & Gamble Company (P&G), brought up in a somewhat conservative and fully Catholic family.

He has an older sister called Tausha Kutcher and a twin brother named Michael Kutcher, who is himself relatively famous, being born with cerebral palsy, and surviving a heart transplant at the age of 13, to later become a businessman and public spokesperson, as well as an advocate for children with cerebral palsy and an organ donation supporter.

As for his education, Ashton attended Washington High School in his birthplace until his freshman year, and then Clear Creek Amana High School once his family relocated to Homestead, Iowa, from where he matriculated in 1996. He then enrolled into the University of Iowa, where he planned on pursuing a major in biochemical engineering with the desire to help his brother, but dropped out a year later.

Ashton Kutcher

The time he almost became an inmate

During his high school years he enjoyed acting in school plays, but was greatly troubled by the situation at home, which was further escalated by the divorce of his parents when he was 16. Disgruntled, Ashton resorted to criminality as a way of protesting against his circumstances, breaking into his high school at midnight in the company of his cousin, to steal any amount of money he could get his hands on. He was promptly arrested and subsequently charged with third-degree burglary, thus sentenced to three years probation and 180 hours of community service. Even though the penal outcome of this incident helped him see things with more clarity, and brought his behavior within the boundaries of social and legal norms, he lost the rights to all of the scholarships he was hoping to get, and became ostracized by his school and community, also breaking-up with his girlfriend.

His career beginnings: An unexpected model

During his college years, he partied all the time and slept rarely, which caused both his physical and mental health to greatly deteriorate. At some point he was too noisy for his neighbors, and thus got kicked out of his apartment. To earn enough to support his residence and studies, Ashton worked in the General Mills plant’s cereal department in his birthplace, and sometimes sold his blood plasma too. He was eventually spotted by a model scout at a bar named “The Airliner” in Iowa City, and was recruited into the “Fresh Faces of Iowa” competition for starting models. He finished in first place, and soon after left college to pursue a modeling career, after winning a trip to New York City to attend the International Modeling and Talent Association Convention. Soon afterwards he moved permanently to study acting in Los Angeles, meantime as a model Ashton worked for several prominent brands, such as Calvin Klein, featuring on the catwalk in Paris and Milan among other cities.

Finally into the spotlight

Following a successful audition in 1998, Ashton was cast as Michael Kelso in his TV series debut entitled “That 70’s Show”. In 1999 he made his film debut as Louie in “Coming Soon”, then had three roles in 2000, two more in 2001, and another in 2002. By the end of the decade, he had participated in over 20 more titles, however, he didn’t become popular with the public until being cast as Walden Schmidt in the CBS sitcom comedy entitled “Two and a Half Men” in 2011. He stayed in the show for four years and 84 episodes, being extremely busy with the filming schedule, so that he had only five other roles through 2015, after which he gave his voice to “Family Guy”, and beside his 60 episodes as Colt Bennett in the comedy drama entitled “The Ranch” from 2016 to 2018, he’s in “The Long Name” in 2019.

The summary

With a total of 37 credited roles thus far, Ashton generally has fewer titles under his belt than most actors with his fame do, but all it took was one show for him to rise to prominence – he received an impressive $750,000 per “Two and a Half Men” episode.

Who is her mother Mila Kunis?

Born Milena Markovna ‘Mila’ Kunis under the sign of Leo on the 14th of August 1983, in Chernivtsi, Ukraine (then Ukrainian SSR, Soviet Union), Mila is a 35-year-old Slavic actress now with American nationality. She is perhaps best known to the world for portraying the role of Lily in the legendary “The Black Swan”. Her often lucrative acting career has also seen many more successes over the years, since she started it in 1994.


Her childhood: A swan’s dive

Mila was initially raised with her older brother named Michael in her birthplace, by her father Mark Kunis, who was a mechanical engineer and a cab driver, and her mother Elvira Kunis, who was a physics teacher and a pharmacy owner. In the first half of 1991, her parents move to the US, however, due to rigid Soviet policies back then, the family was allowed to leave with only $250 in cash. They settled in Los Angeles, California, with Mila and Michael attending school, learning English on the go, attending Hubert Howe Bancroft Middle School for a time, then transferred to the Los Angeles Center for Enriched Studies, and ultimately matriculating from Fairfax High School in 2001. She later attended the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) and Marymount University for a time, but didn’t graduate from either.

Born to act

Since Mila was encouraged by her father from a very early point in childhood to keep taking acting classes, when she was nine years old she resumed this habit in the US by enrolling in the Beverly Hills Studios to take after-school classes from Susan Curtis, her future manager. Her first role was in a “Barbie” commercial, and later she worked for Lisa Frank’s product line. In 1994, she made her TV series debut as Young Hope in “Days of Our Lives”, and her first appearance in a film occurred one year later, whereby she portrayed Susie Grogan in “Piranha”. Mila found it not too tricky to rise through the crowds due to her unique appearance, and some would say exotic vibe.

Up until 2000 she had a total of 16 roles, and during the next decade, she was seen in another 26 titles. In 2010, she made her breakthrough playing Lily in “The Black Swan” – an extremely popular horror film with a very unique take on ballet, and what it truly means to make sacrifices for success. Up until 2020 (two upcoming films included), Mila has had a total of 67 roles.

Isabelle is allowed to drink

As was reported by mirror.co.uk, Mila lets Isabelle drink a sip of wine every Friday, due to her religious beliefs. According to Judaism, Friday is also known as ‘Shabbat’, the religion’s official day of rest, on which Jewish people are allowed a sip of wine and a good day’s rest regardless of their age.


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