Ashton Kutcher is an actor/producer and co-founder of Katalyst Media, a studio for social media dedicated to creating iconic entertainment brands that connect to the values, behaviors and humor of consumers worldwide. Founded in 2000 with partner Jason Goldberg, Katalyst supports business lines in film, television broadcast and digital. Katalyst film credits include The Butterfly Effect and Guess Who, as well as upcoming feature films Spread and Five Killers, in which Kutcher also stars. Television credits include the globally syndicated series Punk'd and Beauty and the Geek, and True Beauty with 11 new television properties in various stages of production. Digital properties include the Blah Girls (www.blahgirls.com), KatalystHQ (www.funspace.com/katalysthq) the first original Web series created for Facebook audiences, and The Presidential Pledge (www.myspace.com/presidentialpledge), among others. Kutcher first gained recognition starring in the hit comedy series That ‘70s Show, which aired for a total of eight seasons. Kutcher went on to star in a variety of box office hits on the big screen, including What Happens In Vegas with Cameron Diaz, The Guardian with Kevin Costner, and the cult hit Dude, Where’s My Car.