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Mila Kunis mini bio:
Milena Markovna kunis was born on august 14, 1983 in cheunivtsi, chernivtsi oblast, Ukrainian SSR, Soviet Union. Milena is a voice artist and actress. She has made appearances in a number of films and television series. It was in 2008 that she got a breakthrough in her career. In that year; she played a role as RachaelJansen in the film forgetting Sarahmarshal. She played the role of Mona sax in max Payne, in friends with benefits she was Jamie and se played the role of lorin in ted. Milena received a premio Marcello mastroianni for being the best ayoung actor.She has also received a number of nominations such as screen actors guild award for an outstanding performance by a female actor and a golden globe award for best supporting actress. She is the daughter of mark kunis who is a mechanical engineer and Elvira who is a physics teacher.
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