Mila Kunis famously played airhead teenager Jackie Burkhart on That '70s Show from 1998 to 2006.
Teen Choice Awards
As a teen herself, Kunis made an appearance at the Teen Choice Awards in 2000. She was nominated for Choice TV Actress for her role on That '70s Show.
To this day, Kunis has been nominated 16 times at the Teen Choice Awards, but has yet to take home a surfboard.
'American Psycho 2'
In 2002, Kunis starred in Morgan J. Freeman's American Psycho 2.
Kunis fielded questions about That '70s Show at the 2004 TCAs.
In 2005, Kunis made an appearance on MTV's popular afternoon program, hosted by Carson Daly, Total Request Live.
Since the show's 1999 debut, Kunis has voiced Family Guy daughter Meg. Here, Kunis appears at the series' 100th episode soiree.
Kunis' Family Guy character, Meg, looks nothing like her.
'Forgetting Sarah Marshall'
Kunis romanced Jason Segel in his Hawaii-set comedy Forgetting Sarah Marshall.
'Forgetting Sarah Marshall' Premiere
Kunis chose a long, strapless gown for the 2008 premiere of Forgetting Sarah Marshall at Hollywood's Grauman's Chinese Theater.
Kunis showed off her action chops in 2008's Max Payne.
'The Book of Eli'
In 2010 Kunis starred opposite Denzel Washington and Gary Oldman in The Book of Eli.
Kunis and Gary Oldman promote The Book of Eli at the 2009 edition of San Diego's Comic-Con.
Kunis gave a memorable performance in the Steve Carell-Tina Fey starrer Date Night, in which she and James Franco appeared as a low-life couple.
In 2010, Kunis joined famed designer Vera Wang on the Met Gala.
For her supporting role in Darren Aronofsky's Black Swan, Kunis nabbed the Marcello Mastroianni Award for Best Young Actress at the Venice Film Festival.
Kunis attended the Academy Awards in 2011, when Black Swan was up for five awards including Best Picture. The film ultimately nabbed one Oscar, Best Actress for Natalie Portman. Kunis chose a sheer lavender Elie Saab gown for the occasion.
Kunis, along with Friends With Benefits co-star Justin Timberlake, served as presenters at the 2011 Oscars.
MTV Movie Awards
While promoting her sexy comedy Friends With Benefits with Justin Timberlake, Kunis made this memorable moment on the 2011 MTV Movie Awards stage.
'Friends With Benefits'
Kunis starred opposite Justin Timberlake and Patricia Clarkson in the 2011 rom-com Friends With Benefits.
'Friends With Benefits' Premiere
Kunis stepped out in a red Lanvin number for the New York premiere of Friends With Benefits.
White House Correspondents' Dinner
Kunis, pictured with Wolf Blitzer, made an appearance at the White House Correspondents' Dinner in 2011.
'Late Night With Jimmy Fallon'
Kunis stopped by Late Night With Jimmy Fallon to promote Friends With Benefits. During the appearance, the actress discussed her family's move from Russia to the U.S. and her Jersey-centric taste in reality TV.
Guys Choice Awards
Kunis was on hand to accept her Holy Grail of Hot award at the Spike Guys Choice Awards in 2011.
At the 2011 Screen Actors Guild Awards, Kunis was nominated for Best Supporting Actress for her work in Black Swan.
Kunis stunned on the red carpet at the 2012 Golden Globes.
Kunis must compete with a teddy bear for the affections of her boyfriend, Mark Wahlberg, in Seth MacFarlane's raunchy 2012 comedy, Ted.
Family Guy creator Seth MacFarlane enlisted Kunis for the role of Mark Wahlberg's uber-cool girlfriend in his film directorial debut, Ted.
Dior Front Row
Kunis cozied up to Dior CEO Sidney Toledano at the fashion house's Ready-to-Wear presentation at Musee Rodin during Paris Fashion Week in 2012. Earlier that year, Kunis was named the new face of the brand.
'Oz: The Great and Powerful'
Kunis starred as a young witch in Disney's Oz: The Great and Powerful. Her Date Night co-star James Franco filled the titular role.
Kunis opted for a tiered Alexander McQueen gown at the U.K. premiere of Oz: The Great and Powerful.
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