DOB: August 14, 1983
Background: Kunis was born in Ukraine, but her family moved to California when she was seven years old. Her father enrolled her in acting classes at the age of nine, at which time she met her first and still current manager Susan Curtis.
Filmography: She joined the cast of the FOX sitcom "That '70s Show" when she was just 14-year-old. That show ran for eight seasons, after which she transitioned to film. A starring role in the Judd Apatow-produced "Forgetting Sarah Marshall" in 2008 helped launch her to movie stardom, after which she appeared in the action thrillers "Max Payne" and "The Book of Eli" before receiving critical raves for her role as ballet rival Lily in "Black Swan." She is also a voice actress, featured in animated series' "Family Guy" and "Robot Chicken."
Golden Globe Awards: Nomination - Best Supporting Motion Picture Actress ("Black Swan," 2011)
SAG Awards: Nomination - Best Motion Picture Cast ("Black Swan," 2011); Best Supporting Female Actor ("Black Swan," 2011)
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