Mila Kunis’ role on That ’70s Show undeniably launched her into superstardom … but she admitted to George Lopez that she originally wanted to be on a daytime show called Sunset Beach instead because she thought the guys on the show were cute. She’d auditioned for roles on both series before her manager eventually (and thankfully) talked her into accepting her most famous on-screen role.
In addition to needing some convincing to join the cast, Kunis’ young age made it awkward to film kissing scenes with her then-onscreen beau (and now real-life husband) Ashton Kutcher — who’s five years her senior. The actor admitted on The Howard Stern Show in 2017 that he would do her chemistry homework for her and drive her home from set. “It was really weird,” he said of kissing Kunis on the show. “I was like, ‘Isn’t this illegal? Like, am I allowed?’ … It was really awkward, cause I’m like a 19-year-old kid … She was 14! She was like my little sister.” Kutcher added, “I wanted to make sure she was okay.”
All that said, Kunis’ real age wasn’t the only shocker from the cast of That ’70s Show. Get the dirt on the darkest secrets they all tried to hide.