Happy birthday, Ashton Kutcher! As the American actor celebrates turning 37, HELLO! Online takes a look at what the stars have in store for Ashton and you…
This is what Ashton who is an Aquarius, can be expecting today:
Your eyes are looking at a page. It contains letters of the alphabet that have been arranged into words. As you decipher those words, they are triggering memories that give you clues to their meaning. Sorry to state the obvious but I rather suspect that, in your life now, where there are problems, these are intrinsically linked to obvious issues being overlooked. Somehow, a very basic idea has become overcomplicated, and unnecessary anxiety has arisen as a result. Mercury's new direction implies real reassurance soon.
Ashton Kutcher in 2013
Ashton Kutcher grew up in Iowa, with a twin brother, sister, and his parents. Ashton's twin brother Michael has cerebral palsy and had a heart transplant at a young age, and Ashton has admitted that the home life was stressful, saying in 2008 that he often "didn't want to come home and find more bad news about Michael".
He has also spoken publicly about the time he spent on probation following a conviction for third-degree burglary at the age of 16, revealing that despite a troubled childhood, the experience "straightened him out". Despite being kicked out of high school, Ashton did enrol at college, but after meeting a modelling scout at a bar, he soon packed up and moved to New York.
Soon Ashton found himself in Los Angeles, and he was quickly cast as Michael Kelso in a new comedy show That '70s Show.
The show was a hit and ran for eight successful series, and amongst filming Ashton also starred in hit films including Dude, Where's My Car? and The Butterfly Effect, and in 2013, Jobs. In 2011, Ashton took on the lead role in Two and a Half Men following the departure of Charlie Sheen - and gave the show its biggest ever ratings.
Ashton began dating fellow actress Demi Moore in 2011, and despite their age difference, the pair married in 2005 in a private ceremony which was attended by Demi's ex-husband Bruce Willis. The two split however in 2011, and their divorced was finalised in 2012.
A friend was the one to show Ashton he could find love again - Mila Kunis, whom Ashton had known since 1998 when they co-starred together in That '70s Show.
Their characters were on-again-off-again lovers in the show, but the two only began to reveal their relationship late in 2012, when they were spotted on various outings.
In March 2014 the pair revealed that they were expecting their first child together - only a month after announcing their engagement - and Ashton and Mila welcomed a baby daughter, Wyatt Isabelle, in October 2014.
As well as an actor and father, Ashton established an international human rights organization called Thorn with Demi, which aims to address the sexual exploitation of children. Bradley Cooper, Justin Timberlake, and Sofia Vergara are some of its high profile supporters.