Ashton Kutcher has a net worth of $200 million as well as being a model, actor, entrepreneur, and television personality. Ashton Kutcher’s career spanned the fashion catwalk, television comedies, major movies, as well as a famous hidden camera prank programme. In terms of leadership wages, his time on Two and a Half Men was perhaps the most profitable. He was paid $800,000 every episode, or $20 million per season, making him the highest-paid actor on television at one point.
Ashton Kutcher became a sought-after comic sensation in Hollywood because of his performance on That 70’s Show. He appeared in Dude, Where’s My Car with Sean William Scott in 2000, Just Married alongside Brittany Murphy in 2003, as well as the Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner adaptation Guess Who in 2005 during the span of that series.
During this period, he appeared uncredited in that other studio comedy remake, Cheaper even by Dozen, and then in 2004, he tried his hand at much more serious parts by appearing inside The Butterfly Effect, a science-fiction time travel thriller.
Along with MTV original series, Punk’d Kutcher, debuted what would become probably his biggest contribution to popular culture in 2003. He produced and hosted the show, which also featured him pulling off a variety of elaborate hidden camera pranks on his celebrity friends, as well as he went on the executive produce a number of other MTV reality shows, including Beauty as well as the Geek, Adventures in Hollywood, The Real Wedding Crashers, and Opportunity Knocks.
It’s really no wonder why Ashton Kutcher has been a real estate mover as well as shaker, given his success inside the investing realm. In the little coastal village of Carpinteria, California, Johnny and his wife Mila Kunis spent nearly $10 million building a stunning beachside mini-compound. The property is said to be made up of two residences with a total internal living area of 3,100 square feet. In recent years, the pair has kept almost all of its real estate dealings covert, but they’re said to possess spectacular homes inside the Hidden Valley and Beverly Hills Post Office regions.
In 2005, Ashton Kutcher married actress Demi Moore, but the pair split six years later. He began dating Mila Kunis, a former co-star on That 70’s Show, in 2012.