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Milena Markovna Kunis is an actress and producer from the United States. She and her Jewish family left Soviet Ukraine to the United States when she was seven years old, in 1991. Kunis began her role as Jackie Burkhart on the Fox television series That ’70s Show (1998″2006) when she was 14 years old. She has been the voice of Meg Griffin on the Fox animated sitcom Family Guy since 1999.

In 2008, Kunis made her cinematic debut as Rachel in the romantic comedy Forgetting Sarah Marshall. She got more critical recognition and honors for her role in the psychological thriller Black Swan (2010), for which she won the Marcello Mastroianni Award for Best Young Actor or Actress and received SAG Award and Golden Globe Award nominations for Best Supporting Actress.

Other notable roles include the action films Max Payne (2008) and The Book of Eli (2010), the romantic comedy Friends with Benefits (2011), the fantasy film Oz the Great and Powerful (2013) as the Wicked Witch of the West, and the comedies Ted (2012), Bad Moms (2016), and A Bad Moms Christmas (2016). (2017).

Milena Markovna Kunis was born in Chernivtsi, Ukrainian SSR, in the Soviet Union, on August 14, 1983. Elvira Kunis, her mother, is a physics teacher who also manages a pharmacy, and Mark Kunis, her father, is a mechanical engineer who also drives a taxi.


Elvira Kunis, her mother, is a physics teacher who also manages a pharmacy, and Mark Kunis, her father, is a mechanical engineer who also drives a taxi.  ichael, Kunis’ older brother, is the actor’s older brother. Her grandparents were survivors of the Holocaust. Russian is her mother tongue and the language spoken in her family. Mila asserted in 2011 that her parents had “great careers,” that she “was really lucky,” and that her family was “not impoverished,” and that they had opted to leave the Soviet Union because Mila and her brother had “no future” there.

Her family came to Los Angeles, California, with $250 in 1991, when she was seven years old. “We were only permitted to bring that with us. My parents had given up well-paying occupations and degrees that could not be transferred. We landed in New York on a Wednesday, and my brother and I were in L.A. by Friday morning.”

Kunis is from a Jewish family, and one of the reasons for her family’s relocation to the United States was antisemitism in the former Soviet Union. Although religion was outlawed in the Soviet Union, she claims that her parents “raised Jewish as much as they could.” Kunis enrolled at Rosewood Elementary School on her second day in Los Angeles, knowing no English. Later, she recalled: “Second grade was entirely erased from my mind.

I don’t remember anything about it. I constantly tell my mother and grandmother about it. It was due to the fact that I sobbed every day. I was baffled by the culture. The folks were incomprehensible to me. The language was foreign to me. ‘Imagine being blind and deaf at the age of seven,’ I wrote in my college application essay. And that’s how it felt when I moved to the United States.”

She went to Hubert Howe Bancroft Middle School in Los Angeles. During the production of That ’70s Show, she had an on-set tutor for the majority of her high school years. She temporarily attended the Los Angeles Center for Enriched Studies (LACES), but when she found that the school was not accommodating enough of her acting obligations, she switched to Fairfax High School, where she graduated in 2001. She attended Loyola Marymount University and the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) for a short time in Los Angeles.

In an interview with ynet in 2017, Kunis discussed her ancestral DNA test and discovered that she is 96 percent Ashkenazi Jewish.

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