Here's what the cast members of ‘That ’70s Show’ are up to now, 15 years after the show ended.
'That '70s Show' was a huge hit for Fox from 1998 to 2006 that ran for exactly 200 episodes. When it comes to some of the best television comedies, 'That 70's Show' surely comes to mind!
The cast members all got their big breaks on the beloved late 90s sitcom. After the show wrapped, everyone went in very different directions.
From starring on hit Netflix dramas to raising gaggles of kids, misfiring roles in major blockbusters to marriage, more small-screen success, and some personal tragedy, here is what the cast of 'That '70s Show' is up to now.
The actor played smart-aleck Eric Forman from the startup until the seventh season. He left the show after seven seasons to pursue a film career. However, he did return for the series finale.
After leaving 'That '70s Show,' Grace focused on his movie career and went straight into playing Venom in Sam Raimi's 'Spider-Man 3.' He also starred in Christopher Nolan’s hit 'Interstellar.'
In 2016, Grace married actress Ashley Hinshaw. The couple welcomed their daughter, Mabel, in 2017 and had a second child in 2020.
Prepon played Donna Pinciotti throughout the entire run of the show. She recently played Emily Blunt's flatmate in the film 'The Girl on the Train.'
However, she is best known as Alex Vause in Netflix's 'Orange Is the New Black.' In 2016, Prepon wrote 'The Stash Plan,' which is a book on nutrition.
Prepon married Ben Foster in 2018. They are the parents of a daughter named Ella, and a son, whom they welcomed in February 2020.
Valderrama is best known for his role of Fez in the sitcom 'That '70s Show.' He lent his voice to the titular character on Disney’s 'Handy Manny,' starred as Nick Torres/Flashback Arturo Amador on 'NCIS,' and appeared as Will Blake on 'Minority Report.'
He has had high-profile relationships with actress Lindsay Lohan, Demi Lovato, Mandy Moore, and Ashley Simpson and is now engaged to model Amanda Pacheco in January 2020.
The couple welcomed their first child, Nakano Oceana, in February 2021.
Ashton Kutcher played the role of Michael Kelso in the hit series. Kutcher left after season 7 and returned for the series finale.
He became Hollywood's king of rom-com, starring in hit flicks such as 'What Happens in Vegas' and 'No Strings Attached,' and 'Jobs.'
One of Kutcher's most recent roles was on the Netflix show 'The Ranch.'
In 2015, Kutcher married former co-star Kunis, and they have two children together. Kutcher was married to Demi Moore from 2005 to 2013 before marrying Kunis.
Before landing a role in 'That ‘70s Show,' Mila Kunis only had one TV role. After spending one year in the comedy show, she replaced Lacey Chabert as the new voice of Meg Griffin on Family Guy.
When 'That ‘70s Show' concluded, Mila was presented with vast opportunities and appeared in her biggest movie roles. She starred in 'Bad Moms,' 'Friends with Benefits,' and 'Black Swan.'
Kunis and 'Home Alone' star Macaulay Culkin dated for eight years before she eventually married Kutcher.
Masterson continued to appear on several other shows and films such as 'MADtv' and 'Puff, Puff, Pass' while filming 'That ‘70s Show.'
After the show concluded, he starred in 'Yes Man,' 'Smiley Face' and 'The Chicago 8.'
He also starred as Milo Foster for three seasons on 'Men at Work'. In 2016, he starred with Kutcher on Netflix’s 'The Ranch,' but got written off after three seasons after alleged sexual misconduct.
In June 2020, Masterson got arrested and charged for raping three women in the early 2000s. He continues to plead not guilty to all charges and is currently awaiting another trial. If convicted, he will face a maximum sentence of 45 years to life.
In 2011, he married actress Bijou Phillips, with whom he shares his daughter, Fianna.
You have probably also seen Rupp as Alice Knight-Buffay on 'Friends' before playing Eric Forman’s loving mom in 'That ‘70s Show.'
While filming the sitcom, she took up a voice-over job and starred in Disney’s 'Teacher’s Pet.' She landed minor roles in movies like 'Mrs. Baker' in Lucky 13. She continued to work steadily after the sitcom ended and appeared in 'This Is Us' and 'The Ranch.'
After 'That ‘70s Show' concluded, Smith spent most of his career working on TV. He also appeared in several guesting gigs, including in '24,' 'Resurrection,' and 'Agent Carter.' Smith is also a successful voice actor.
Stark landed guest-starring roles including 'Curb Your Enthusiasm' and 'NYPD Blue,' while playing Donna’s protective father Bob. After the sitcom ended, he continued to appear in television shows. His biggest role was Oscar Kincade on 'Hit the Floor.' He also starred in the Oscar-winning movie 'Green Book'.
Roberts unexpectedly said goodbye to ' That ‘70s Show’ in 2001 to attend to her sick husband. Her last major acting gig was a two-episode appearance on 'Barbershop' in 2005.
Roberts has been married to her husband Barry since 1974 until he died in 2006. She died at the age of 65 in January 2021.
Meyers played Randy Pearson, Donna’s boyfriend after Grace left in the sitcom. He appeared in the show’s eighth and final season.
After the show, Meyers appeared in films such as 'College Road Trip' and 'Brüno,' and TV shows 'The Awesomes,' and 'Red Oaks.'
Kelly played Eric Forman’s promiscuous big sister, Laurie. Her role was supposed to be a recurring part for season one only, but she got promoted to series regular in season 2. Her character got written off the show in season 3, but she returned for four more episodes in season 5. Christina Moore eventually replaced her in season 6.
After her stint on 'That ‘70s Show,' she starred in films 'The Food Chain: A Hollywood Scarytale' and 'SUX2BME.'
Kelly did not have a grand time all through her life. She battled substance abuse and made headlines for four different arrests. Kelly died at the age of 43 after checking into Pax Rehab House in Altadena, California after accidentally overdosing following “multiple drug intoxication.”
We have recently seen Chong in 2019’s 'Jay and Silent Bob Reboot.' He also appeared in 'Disjointed' and 'Raising Hope,' and competed on 'The Masked Singer' in 2019. The actor beat cancer twice. He was diagnosed with prostate cancer in 2012 and colorectal cancer in 2015. In 2019, he announced that he is already "cancer-free" after incorporating cannabis to endure the treatment.