Ashton Kutcher Twin Brother: American actor, producer, entrepreneur, and former fashion model Christopher Ashton Kutcher was born on February 7, 1978. He has won a People’s Choice Award and been nominated for two Young Artist Awards, a Screen Actors Guild Award, and a Critics’ Choice Movie Award, among others.
He got his start in the industry playing Michael Kelso on the Fox comedy series That ’70s Show (1998–2006). In 1999, he made his big screen debut in the romantic comedy Coming Soon. In 2000, he starred in the comedy Dude, Where’s My Car? released in 2000, which was a commercial success.
When 2003 rolled around, Kutcher began making appearances in romantic comedies like Just Married and My Boss’s Daughter. In 2003, he conceptualised, wrote the scripts for, and produced the first eight of Punk’d’s ten seasons, all while also serving as the show’s host. Kutcher had the starring role in the 2004 psychological thriller The Butterfly Effect.
Both Ashton and Michael Kutcher are speaking out about the “jealousy” that allegedly drove them apart. Kutcher, who rose to fame in his twenties thanks to the sitcom “That ’70s Show,” opened up about his brother’s health struggles on an upcoming episode of Paramount+’s “The Checkup With Dr. David Agus,” asking himself, “How do I get to be this lucky?”
During an interview with Entertainment Tonight, Kutcher, 44, said, “For my brother to be born with cerebral palsy, then have a heart transplant, then have this random blood clot, these things that you’re just like, ‘Who has to go through that?’ ” The excerpt aired on Monday.
Kutcher also shared what ended the sibling rivalry between him and his brother. The actor recalled a conversation that took place when his brother came to visit him in New York when he was “starting to get some traction” in the entertainment industry.
To paraphrase what Kutcher recalled: “He looked at me and said, ‘Every time you feel sorry for me, you make me less.’ It all came to a head when he said, “This is the only life I’ve ever known, stop feeling sorry for the only thing I have,” and I believe that statement paved the way for the current state of affairs in which we are “straight up equals” once more.
When asked what caused their rift, Michael said, “Jealousy, at least on my part.” Michael discussed his frustrations with the public disclosure of his actor brother’s cerebral palsy diagnosis in a 2003 interview with The New York Times last year.
Michael was diagnosed with cerebral palsy at the age of three, and he revealed to Today in May 2021 that he had tried to conceal his condition for the majority of his life. Michael Kutcher, Ashton Kutcher’s twin brother, claims he was “very angry” when his brother’s cerebral palsy was revealed.
Michael: “I didn’t want to be the face of CP. I was very angry. Very angry. I remember speaking to him about it. “I never brought it up.” Michael continued by saying he was thankful for the interview with his brother 18 years ago and was no longer angry with Chris (his real name).
According to Michael, “Chris did me the biggest favour he’s ever done by allowing me to be myself.” In addition, he recalled how Kutcher would step in to protect him when he was being “called every name in the book on the playground.”
Ashton Kutcher says he is “lucky to be alive” after battling a “rare form of vasculitis.” According to Michael, “it meant a lot that my brother picked a fight with them to defend me and make them treat me with respect.”
The author of “Punk’d” would also always make sure his brother was included in the guest list for any overnight events he attended. Chris would tell Michael, “I wish I could take all of this off of you — and take it myself.” “Most of the time they’d say yes, but every once in a while they’d say no, and Chris would go, ‘Well, then I’m not coming,’ ” Michael said.
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