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Keynotes by Mila Kunis are honest, candid accounts of her experiences as an actor and person. While many talented and beautiful actresses are often thought of as remote or detached, Kunis is anything but.
Kunis was born in Ukraine and moved to the United States when she was seven years old. As keynotes by Mila Kunis make clear, she experienced culture shock. However, she describes this experience as an enlightening one rather than a traumatic one and has put this attitude to work her whole life.
As an actress, Kunis is probably most well known for her role in 'That 70s Show.' In terms of film, however, her debut role came in the form of 'Forgetting Sarah Marshall.' She later went to co-star along with Justin Timberlake in 'Friends with Benefits' and play 'Mona Sax' in 'Max Payne.'
Among awards recieved by Kunis are the Golden Globe Award for Best Supporting Actress and Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Supporting Role.
Featured Keynote - Learning from Culture Shock
Mila Kunis Talks About Her First Experience in the United States
In this intriguing video discussion with celebrity actress Mila Kunis, she talks about her acting career, the discipline it took to learn how to dance for the film ‘Black Swan’ and about the culture shock… Read More