Star of ‘Luckiest Girl Alive,’ the actress admitted to feeling pressure to go to university as her entire family was college educated. She briefly attended UCLA and Loyola Marymount University before leaving to earn her degree.
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The 39-year old actress spoke out on SiriusXM’s “The Jess Cagle podcast with Julia Cunningham” to say that she was keen to get a college degree. It wasn’t because I didn’t think I should, or needed to. My entire family is college-educated. I thought, “Well, obviously that’s what one does.”
Mila Kunis described her school life as “erratic” due to her commitments to filming “That’s 70s Show”, the sitcom where she first met Ashton Kutcher. She now has Wyatt, eight years old, and Dmitri, five years old. But to Mila it was normal.
She explained that she went through public school so I had tutors while I was filming. Then, when you do sitcoms, it’s like three weeks on one off, two weeks off, three weeks on one off, three weeks off, three weeks off, three weeks off, three fronts, or whatever.
You can also do other projects during this week, if time permits. I just returned to public school. . My erratic behavior was likely a result of me popping in and out my public high school, then returning to school to do schoolwork on sets.
It was not something I considered strange or unusual. It was my normal.”
Because she was raised pre-social media, the ‘Forgetting Sarah Marshall” star believes she never missed out on typical childhood experiences.
Mila Kunis stated that she was in high school prior to social media. Any form of it. Facebook was not there. My Space is not something I consider to be a Facebook. MySpace was created right after high school.