Mila Kunis is hot, funny, and cool, and that’s why she’s been named GQ’s Knockout of the Year. The “knockout” recently shared her opinion on growing up in the USSR, getting into acting, and her profession. Check out a few highlights from the interview:
Kunis on living in Chernovtsy, in what was the USSR until the second grade:
"It wasn't, like, a full-on village," Kunis protests with a giggle. "We had a movie theater. Streets were paved. We had a normal school.”
...on getting into action upon her family’s move to Los Angeles:
"My English was a little janky. I didn't have very many friends. And there was this place advertised on the radio as a place for kids to meet other kids—an acting class. My parents couldn't afford a babysitter. They said, 'Great, that takes up our Saturday.'"
...on her profession, and not taking it too seriously:
“I love what I do, but my theory is that it's people who doubt what they do and want to prove it to you, they're like 'It's art. I create art. It's art, art, art.' I'm like, Holy shit, are you fucking kidding me? I run around and pretend I'm someone else for twelve hours; I record Family Guy [she voices Meg]. Then I get to go home and watch Jersey Shore."
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