Ashton Kutcher is one of the more interesting men of our times. He starred on the popular and successful series That '70s Show, went on to create a series that became part of our everyday venacular, Punked, and enjoined in one of the most talked about marriages in recent times. He married Demi Moore, 15 years his senior and made a great go of the marriage for a number of years.
He's been an interesting person both on screen and off. He's somewhat of a Renaissance man with acting, producing creating, dabbling in Jewish mysticism -- Kaballah. He's a social activist and most recently channeled the late, iconic Steve Jobs in the soon to be released film, Jobs.
While accepting the Teen Choice Award recently, the "elder statesman" of the youth movement, took his acceptance speech to new levels. He didn't do some goofy, gag-filled gimmick in accepting his award. Instead he spoke from the heart and certainly proved he's more than just another pretty face. He's accepting the mantle of being a star and the responsibilities that come along with it.
It is worth a few minutes to see and hear what Chris (you'll understand when you see the video) has to say when he's not playing Walden Schmidt on Two and a Half men. His advice, his observations and his humility make him the ideal role model for anyone, especially younger people who adore him.
Oh, and for the older folks among us, keep in mind that Kutcher's accomplishments go beyond the screen. He's got quite a diverse portfolio. Some of his investments include Skype,Foursquare, Airbnb, Path and Fab.com. He is a co-founder of the venture capital fund A-Grade Investments.
Here you go -- get smart and get your sexy on: