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We don't have volunteer coaches, but I can tell you he's not in it for the moneyReport: Kutcher is an assistant coach Sep 12, 2008
When it comes down to it, my family is what I do everything forKutcher declares love for Moore's children Aug 17, 2006
If something serious were ever to go down, like if something happens to one of the girls and I had to call Demi, I can't have been the boy who cried wolf'Punk'd' star, Demi Moore skip pranks Mar 23, 2005
They're all wise to it, and if anything goes down, they're immediately thinking something's up'Punk'd' star, Demi Moore skip pranks Mar 23, 2005
Christopher Ashton Kutcher (/ˈkʊtʃər/; born February 7, 1978), best known as Ashton Kutcher, is an American actor, producer, former fashion model and comedian, best known for his portrayal of Michael Kelso in the Fox sitcom That '70s Show. He also created, produced and hosted Punk'd, and played lead roles in the Hollywood films Dude, Where's My Car?, Just Married, The Butterfly Effect, The Guardian, and What Happens in Vegas. He is also the producer and co-creator of the supernatural TV show Room 401 and the reality TV show Beauty and the Geek. It was announced in May 2011 that Kutcher would replace Charlie Sheen in the hit CBS sitcom Two and a Half Men.
Kutcher was born in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, to Larry Kutcher, a factory worker, and Diane (née Finnegan), a Procter & Gamble employee. Kutcher was raised in a conservative Roman Catholic family, with an older sister, Tausha, and a fraternal twin, Michael, who had a heart transplant when the brothers were young children. Kutcher's twin brother also has Cerebral Palsy and is a spokesperson for the advocacy organization Reaching for the Stars.
Kutcher attended Washington High School in Cedar Rapids for his freshman year before his family moved to Homestead, Iowa, where he attended Clear Creek Amana High School. In a 2010 interview on Late Night with David Letterman, Kutcher claimed to be an all-state linebacker who averaged 15 tackles per game in high school. According to a former coach, however, Kutcher played sparingly as a wide receiver on a team that won only two games in his entire high school football career. Kutcher also appeared in school plays.