Born in Kiev in the Ukraine, Mila Kunis moved to Los Angeles with her parents and older brother when she was 7 years old. After learning to speak English, she enrolled in acting classes and was soon discovered by her manager while performing at a showcase. It wasn't long before Kunis began landing numerous commercials, and she has since gone on to build a strong resume in both feature films and television.
She recently wrapped production on the feature film "Tom 51." Her additional feature film credits include roles in "American Psycho II," "Get Over It," "Krippendorf's Tribe," "Honey, We Shrunk Ourselves," "Knockout Kid," "Santa With Muscles," "Piranha" and "Make a Wish, Molly."
Kunis provides the voice of "Meg" on the Emmy-nominated animated series FAMILY GUY. She also starred as young "Gia Carangi" in the critically acclaimed cable movie "Gia." Her additional television credits include recurring roles on "7th Heaven" and "Nick Freno," as well as guest-starring appearances on "Grounded for Life", "Baywatch," "Days of Our Lives," "The John Larroquette Show," "Unhappily Ever After," "Walker, Texas Ranger," "Moloney," "Pensacola: Wings of Gold" and "Hudson Street."
Kunis has received two Young Star Awards for Best Young Actress Performance in a Comedy Series for her role as Jackie on THAT '70s SHOW. Additionally, she also earned a Young Hollywood Award from Movieline Magazine for the One to Watch.
She lives in Los Angeles.