Even in his teenage years, Christopher Asthon Kutcher already had a reputation for being the hot guy with a rebellious side. He got arrested for breaking into his school during his senior year and was quite the party boy during that time. After graduating high school in 1996, he got more serious about his studies and took up biochemical engineering. When he was approached by a talent scout, Kutcher had absolutely zero experience in acting and modeling – until he got handpicked to be in print ads for Calvin Klein and Abercrombie and Fitch! Stardom came quickly as he found himself pushed into the limelight and doing movies like Texas Rangers (2001), My Boss's Daughter (2003), Just Married (2003), and The Butterfly Effect (2004) among others, as well as TV shows like That 70's Show and Punk'd which he was the executive producer for.
On September 24, 2005, Kutcher married his controversial girlfriend Demi Moore, with whom he shares a 15-year age difference with. Moore's daughters which she had with her ex-husband Bruce Willis from her previous marriage were the bridesmaids and walked her down the aisle. Not only is Kutcher's relationship with Moore's kids amazingly cool, he's also good friends with Bruce Willis! Talk about a real charmer!
I first saw Adam Sandler in his earlier movies, when he was still a small name in the big screen - Billy Madison (1995) and Happy Gilmore (1996). I fell in love with this egg-shaped actor who had the perfect comic timing, facial expressions, and the most hilarious actions, reactions and over-reactions! Up to this day, I still laugh when I remember some of those scenes. He became a household name when he starred in The Wedding Singer with Drew Barrymore and The Water Boy in 1998, Big Daddy in 1999, and Little Nicky in 2000.
The critics pounced and paid notice when the movie Punch-Drunk Love opposite Emily Watson was released, which impressed them and made him more than just another guy trying to be funny. The next year he worked with Jack Nicholson in the absolutely funny hit comedy Anger Management. Sandler then teamed up with Barrymore once again for the box-office hit romantic comedy 50 First Dates in 2004. I can't wait to watch his latest film, I Now Pronounce You Chuck & Larry!
Lucy Liu was born to strict Chinese parents in Queens, New York. She has spent most of her life finding the balance between retaining the cultural heritage and moving beyond the strict Chinese rules and traditions. Liu graduated from Stuyvesant High School and subsequently enrolled in New York University. However, she was annoyed by the "dark and sarcastic" air at NYU, and made the decision to transferred to the University of Michigan after just one year there. After graduation, this Asian beauty moved to LA and her standout features scored her a guest appearance as a waitress on the sitcom "Beverly Hills 90210". Her performance paved the way to more roles in shows like "NYPD Blue", "ER", and "The X Files".
In the big screen, Liu's first appearance was the ex-girlfriend of Tom Cruise in Jerry Maguire (1996). However, she got her big break in 1997 for the hilarious sitcom "Ally McBeal". Her role as the short-tempered, growling lawyer Ling Woo impressed critics and producers aplenty. She eventually landed lead roles in movies like Payback (1999), Play It to the Bone (1999) and Shanghai Noon (2000. She is most popularly known as the third angel of Charlie in the three-part action comedy flick Charlie's Angels (2000).