Hollywood stars rarely share their IQ scored with the world, but is Mila Kunis an exception?
Mila Kunis’ IQ is currently unknown. There are no reliable sources confirming her IQ score, but it’s been rumored that her husband and That ‘70s Show co-star Ashton Kutcher has surprisingly high IQ.
Kunis’ IQ score may be a mystery, but she shared a lot of interesting details about her educational background.
Mila Kunis’ Education
Mila Kunis spent her childhood years in the Soviet Union before her parents decided to move to the US. She was only seven and wasn’t even aware of what was happening since her mom and dad simply told her they were “moving up the street”.
She barely knew any English at the time but started attending Rosewood Elementary School only two days after coming to America. Kunis had a difficult time adjusting because she was experiencing a huge cultural shock and everything around her seemed new and unfamiliar.
It took some time to find her footing, but she “spoke pretty fluent English” by the third grade. Adapting to the culture was much harder than learning a new language, but she had a lot of practice after signing up for acting classes at age nine.
Mila’s acting aspirations stood in the way of her education, especially once she scored a role on That ‘70s Show. She enrolled at Los Angeles Center for Enriched Studies before the show was officially picked up, but this school wasn’t flexible about her schedule.
When her parents agreed to let her pursue acting, they were certain it was just a phase. They wanted her to get straight As, graduate high school with the rest of her peers, and go to college – and Kunis was determined to make good on that promise.
Attending LACES wasn’t an option, but Fairfax High School turned out to be a much better fit. She was allowed to study with tutors and skip classes, but Kunis admitted she didn’t have a great time at school because most people saw her as “that girl from that show who never shows up to class.”
After her graduation, Kunis decided to give college a shot. She took a few classes at UCLA before transferring to Loyola Marymount but eventually decided to pursue acting full-time.
“I dropped out. I did not fail. I was actually a pretty good student. My problem was that I didn’t know what I wanted to study. What was I going to go in? Undecided? I took a class on Zionist theory. I took classes that interested me, that weren’t necessarily for a specific degree,” Kunis told Collider.
What About Ashton Kutcher?
Mila Kunis’ IQ score has never been revealed, but her husband Ashton Kutcher often made it to the lists of Hollywood’s smartest celebrities. Several sources reported that he has an IQ of 160, but it’s unclear how they came to this number.
Kutcher played several dimwitted characters, starting with Michael Kelso on That ’70s Show, but made many smart business moves that prove he’s nothing like them. In addition to being an actor, he’s also a venture capitalist – Uber, Airbnb, Spotify, and Shazam are only some of the successful companies that he invested in.
Kutcher made many reckless decisions in his youth and lost his college scholarships after breaking into his high school. He still managed to get into the University of Iowa, with a plan to major in biochemical engineering, but eventually dropped out and focused on acting.
He met Kunis on the set of That ’70s Show – their characters were an on-again, off-again couple, but the relationship between the actors was strictly platonic. They started dating years after this show wrapped up, shortly after Kutcher split up from Demi Moore.Kunis often spoke highly of Kutcher’s intelligence, and described him as someone who’s “brilliant and smart and can make things happen very quickly” during an appearance on Jimmy Fallon’s talk show.