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The Evolution of Mila Kunis, From ‘That ’70s Show’ to ‘The Spy Who Dumped Me’ (Photos)

The Evolution of Mila Kunis, From ‘That ’70s Show’ to ‘The Spy Who Dumped Me’ (Photos)
At age 10, Ukraine-born Mila Kunis landed a small role in the 1995 short movie “Make a Wish, Molly” about a Russian Jewish girl newly arrived in the U.S.

Kunis also played small parts in mid-’90s TV shows like “Baywatch.”

She had a recurring role as Ashley in the WB family series “Seventh Heaven” in 1996-97.

Kunis played the 11-year-old version of Angelina Jolie‘s character in the acclaimed 1998 HBO movie “Gia,” a biopic of ’70s model Gia Carangi that won Jolie and Faye Dunaway Golden Globes.

Mila Kunis married her former “That ’70s Show” co-star Ashton Kutcher in July 2015, months after she gave birth to their daughter, Wyatt. (Here they’re seen promoting NBC’s Red Nose Day charity telecast in May 2016.)

At 14, she fibbed about her age and landed her breakout role as the initially spoiled rich girl Jackie Burkhart in the hit Fox sitcom “That ’70s Show.
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Inside Angelina Jolie's 3-Year Hiatus From the Big Screen

Inside Angelina Jolie's 3-Year Hiatus From the Big Screen
Acting was never Angelina Jolie's end goal. As the daughter of Marcheline Bertrand and Jon Voight, the now 43-year-old movie star made her onscreen debut at age 7, opposite her father in the 1982 comedy Lookin' to Get Out. Eleven years later, Jolie landed her first leading role in the direct-to-video sci-fi flick Cyborg 2. Film roles in Hackers and Love Is All There Is followed, but her big break came in 1997 when she earned an Emmy nomination for her supporting role in George Wallace. In 1998, she won an Emmy, a Golden Globe and a SAG Award for her portrayal of the late model Gia Carangi in Gia. Jolie's turn as a sociopathic mental patient in 1999's Girl, Interrupted made her a bonafide movie...
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‘Wahlburgers’ Producer 44 Blue Teams With Wilhelmina Models For TV Projects Based On Modeling/Talent Agency

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Wahlburgers producer 44 Blue Productions, Red Arrow Studios company, is teaming with Wilhelmina Models to produce multiple scripted and unscripted projects about the world’s largest modeling and talent management agency.

44 Blue has acquired scripted and unscripted rights to the story of Wilhelmina Models, founded in 1967 by Dutch supermodel model Wilhelmina Cooper, which marked its 50 anniversary last fall. The story of the groundbreaking agency’s rise is one of several stories that the two companies are co-developing, including an access-driven documentary following the agency and the high-stakes business decisions and strategy leading up to Fashion Week.

44 Blue says the projects will tell the story of the agency and its iconic CEO Wilhelmina Cooper, the first business woman featured on the cover of Fortune Magazine in 1979 at a time when less than 5% of businesses were owned by women. (See photo above of Cooper, left, with model June Sanderson). Originally on the
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