Is he man or machine? Ashton Kutcher is a movie star, producer, husband and father. He lives the A-list lifestyle, but the actor tells VMAN magazine in its spring issue that his daily routine is much simpler.
“I wake up at 7:15, say hello to my girls in the morning, tell them to have a good day at school, I then go to my office to work on [my production] company,” Kutcher says. “In the afternoon, I’ve been working on building a character for a movie, and then either I’ll go to a soccer game or whatever the girls are doing, then go home, have dinner with my wife, [Demi Moore] watch a little A&E.”
So he’s no Hollywood wild child, but 30-year-old Kutcher says he’s not quite a homebody either. “My life is so far from domesticated,” he says. “That is not a good definition of me at all. Demi and I play around the world, and that is awesome … I have a great spiritual foundation, an amazing career, a loving, supportive wife and family, I have a lot of friends, and I don’t have any enemies. I don’t know a lot of people who have what I have.”
Ashton’s Photo Idea
What Kutcher does have is a lot of ideas – one of them displayed in the VMAN photo shoot with Mario Testino. “I had this idea: what did the creator – God or whatever – make you for? Maybe we’re all doing exactly what we’re supposed to be doing, and we’re all actually robots,” he says. “It’s a weird sort of sci-fi notion. So I called Mario Testino and I said, ‘What if you could get tested to see if you’re genetically designed to do what you’re doing what would that photo shoot look like?'”
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