Where Is the Cast of That '70s Show Now?
It's been 10 years since That '70s Show went off the air, and that long since we've seen Topher Grace, Ashton Kutcher, Mila Kunis, and Laura Prepon in full '70s garb. But since the high school stoner comedy wrapped, we've seen them a ton, what with one of them being on a certain Netflix megahit and two of them going and marrying each other in real life. What has the gang from That '70s Show been up to since they left Wisconsin? You're about to find out.
— Additional reporting by Maggie Pehanick
- Then: Grace played Eric, the straight-arrow protagonist of the series whose basement became the group's favorite hangout.
- Now: Since the show wrapped, Grace has segued into mainly making movies with roles in Spider-Man 3, Take Me Home Tonight, and Interstellar. Last year, he appeared in Truth as journalist Mike Smith.
- Then: Prepon played Donna, the witty, hot girl next door and Eric's leading lady.
- Now: After appearing on the short-lived series Are You There, Chelsea?, Prepon landed the role of Alex Vause on the Netflix dramedy Orange Is the New Black.
- Then: Kutcher played the lovable blockhead of the bunch, Kelso (or Michael, as Jackie likes to call him).
- Now: After finding another TV home on Two and a Half Men and starring in movies like Jobs, Kutcher has another TV series that reunites him with a '70s Show costar. On Netflix's The Ranch, he plays the brother of Danny Masterson! Oh, and the show reunions don't end there: he's married to his real-life Jackie, Mila Kunis.
- Then: As Jackie Burkhart, Kunis played Donna's BFF, a boy-crazy and spoiled princess who means well (at least where her own interests are concerned).
- Now: One of the biggest success stories to come out of the series, Kunis is a legitimate A-lister. She earned a Golden Globe nomination for her role in 2011's Black Swan, and her recent movies include Oz the Great and Powerful, Jupiter Ascending, and Bad Moms.
- Then: Hyde started off as the sarcastic stoner of the basement group, but an unlikely relationship with Jackie turned him into more of a softie.
- Now: Masterson was on TBS series Men at Work before rejoining Kutcher on the small screen for The Ranch.
- Then: Valderrama played Fez, the "foreign kid" of the group (as Red calls him) who marches to the beat of his own drummer. He also loves the ladies.
Debra Jo Rupp
- Then: Who can forget Eric's quirky, perfectionist mother — or her laugh? Rupp's character Kitty tries to keep Eric and his friends happy when she's not hitting the sauce.
Debra Jo Rupp
- Now: Rupp appeared on Hart of Dixie and she's also been in a few movies, including 2010's She's Out of My League.
- Then: Smith played the always disgruntled Red, head of the Foreman household.