Mila Kunis is an actor most known for playing Jackie Burkhart on “That ‘70s Show” and Meg Griffin on “Family Guy”. Before Kunis became the successful actor she is today, she moved to Los Angeles with her family at a young age for a better life. Once in Los Angeles, Kunis became interested in acting, so her dad enrolled her in acting classes where she met her future agent. Then Kunis began booking small roles, her first was a Barbie commercial, followed by a few other commercials. She finally made her first appearance on TV in 1994 on “Days of Our Lives” and continued to appear as minor characters on TV in “Baywatch” and “7th Heaven”. In 1998, Kunis finally landed her breakthrough role on “That ‘70s Show” by lying about her age. Actors who auditioned for the role were required to be 18 years old, which Kunis was not, but the producers still hired her because she was the best actor for the role. After eight seasons on the show, Kunis moved from TV to movies with “Forgetting Sarah Marshall”, which led her to star in a number of other movies. Now, Kunis continues to voice the role of Meg on “Family Guy” in addition to starring in a number of movies including “Bad Moms Christmas”.
While on “That ‘70s Show”, Kunis sat in a number of smoke circles, which the show became notorious for, so it’s fair to assume that smoking occurred off-camera as well. When Kunis started on the show she was just 14 years old, so it’s very unlikely she smoked until she later appeared in movies as an adult. In 2011, she starred in “Friends with Benefits” with Justin Timberlake and Woody Harrelson, who’s known for smoking a lot of weed, which Timberlake confirmed, “Everybody wants to know: ‘Did you smoke pot with Woody?’ We did! He gets the most gut-busting laughs.” Unfortunately, this famous pot circle wasn’t shown on TV like “That ‘70s Show”, but it’s fair to assume that Kunis has smoked in both of them.