Happy birthday Mila Kunis! As the stunning actress turns 31, HELLO! Online takes a look at what the stars have in store for Mila and you...
This is what Mila, who is a Leo can be expecting today:
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"Imagine being blind and deaf at age seven," said Mila Kunis, describing her arrival in the US from her native Ukraine.
Two decades later the scared little girl who cried every day because she didn't understand a word of English, had the keys to Hollywood. When asked why she chose to focus on acting, Mila says: "because it was fun and I could get out of school".
Of course, that's only a half truth. Determination and a giant-sized talent encompassing goofy comedy (Forgetting Sarah Marshall with Russell Brand) and drama (The Book of Eli opposite Denzel Washington) played their part.
Genetic blessings – a cupid bow mouth, low husky voice and two limitless pools of amber moonlighting as eyes – didn't hurt either.
It was her parents Elvira, a physics teacher, and Mark, a mechanical engineer, who enrolled Mila, then nine, in an after school acting class that led to a part in That '70s Show.
The part was meant for someone 18, but the plucky little girl lied. By the time the producers discovered she was four years younger they didn't care. After eight seasons on the sitcom, she was ready for more adult fare, and landed a role as Natalie Portman's manipulative rival in Black Swan.
In February it was revealed that the star is engaged to be married to fellow That 70s Show actor Ashton Kutcher and they are expecting their first baby together.