More than a pretty face? Models have mixed record in the movies

Kate Upton, the sunny 21-year-old model who twice graced the cover of the Sports Illustrated swimsuit issue, makes her bid for big-screen success as one of the many other women in "The Other Woman," which opened Friday.

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    Kate Upton joins the long list of women (and men) who've gone from catwalk or cover photo to cinema star.

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    Which photo's the modeling shot, and which one's from a movie? It can be hard to tell when supermodel Kate Upton (on SI's cover, left) plays a supermodel in the 2014 comedy "The Other Woman."

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    Channing Tatum modeled for Abercrombie & Fitch, Nautica, Dolce & Gabbana and other brands -- and he also worked as a male stripper. That experience came in handy when he starred in the movie "Magic Mike."

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    Tyra Banks began modeling at 15, and after a successful career, created "America's Next Top Model," in which young women compete for a modeling contract. Her brief foray into movies (that's her in the 2000 film "Coyote Ugly" at right) was less successful.

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    Cameron Diaz, age 17, beams from the cover of a 1990 issue of Seventeen Magazine, at left. Diaz began modeling at 16 and traveled the world. She moved into movies at 21 with "The Mask," a role she won despite having no acting experience. She may be most famous for 1998's "There's Something About Mary," at right.

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    Christie Brinkley began modeling at 19, and was a frequent magazine cover girl. She has appeared on more than 500 magazine covers. She's not really thought of as a movie actress, but her small part as a beautiful blonde in a red Ferrari in 1983's "National Lampoon's Vacation" is a famed part of movie history.

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    Halle Berry -

    Halle Berry won a number of beauty pageants, and was first runner-up to Miss USA in 1986, before pursuing a modeling career. That turned into acting later, and she combined both careers when she played a model on the ABC show "Living Dolls." But it was for "Monster's Ball" in 2001 that she won the Oscar for best actress, the first African-American to do so.

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    Fabio -

    Fabio has a last name -- it's Lanzoni -- but he's mostly known for his single name and his lion-like mane of hair. He appeared on the cover of hundreds of romance novels and has done a tiny bit of acting, including a role in the 2001 box-office bomb "Bubble Boy," in which he's seen at right.

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But the track record of successful models making the leap from the catwalk to the movie set has been spotty, to say the least, with such luminaries as Cindy Crawford, Estella Warren, and Rosie Huntington-Whiteley stumbling when it came to creating a character behind their picture-perfect images. For every Halle Berry, let's say, there are probably two Fabios.

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Berry stepped off the runway and onto the screen in the 1989 TV series "Living Dolls" (about, no surprise, models) but proved herself more than just a pretty face playing a crack addict in Spike Lee's "Jungle Fever." She has since made film history twice: as the first African-American woman to win the Oscar for best actress in a leading role ("Monster's Ball" in 2002), and as the first performer to show up and accept in person a Golden Razzberry Award for Worst Actress ("Catwoman" in 2004). Which proves that along with her ambition and talent, Berry is also a good sport. She's back on the big screen this year as Storm in "X-Men: Days of Future Past."

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    From Bond Girl to Catwoman to her historic Oscar for "Monster's Ball," the actress has done it all.

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    Actress Halle Berry, 46, is expecting a baby with fiance Olivier Martinez, She's seen here attending the premiere of her movie "The Call" at Cine Leblon on April 11, 2013 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Berry has a four-year-old daughter, Nahla, with ex-boyfriend Gabriel Aubry.

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    Fashion forward -

    Fashion designer Michael Kors and Berry join the United Nations World Food Programme to help fight world hunger on April 6, 2013 in New York.

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    Striking ensemble -

    Berry arrives at the 2013 Vanity Fair Oscar party on Feb. 24, 2013 in West Hollywood, Calif.

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    In the 2013 thriller "The Call," Berry plays a 911 operator who finds herself swept up in a murderer's evil deeds.

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    Happy days -

    Berry and fiance Olivier Martinez stroll in Los Angeles on Jan. 18, 2013.

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    Tom Hanks stars with Berry in the 2012 film "Cloud Atlas," based on David Mitchell's novel.

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    Hanks and Berry attend the premiere of "Cloud Atlas" in Berlin on Nov. 5, 2012. The film received mixed reviews.

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    HOLLYWOOD, CA - OCTOBER 24: Actors Olivier Martinez and Halle Berry arrive at Warner Bros. Pictures' 'Cloud Atlas' premiere at Grauman's Chinese Theatre on October 24, 2012 in Hollywood, California. (Photo by Jason Merritt/Getty Images)

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    Makeup promotion -

    Berry attends the Revlon ColorStay Whipped Creme Makeup launch at the Gramercy Park Hotel on May 22, 2012 in New York.

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    Slimed! -

    Berry gets slimed at Nickelodeon's 25th Annual Kids' Choice Awards on March 31, 2012 in Los Angeles.

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    Remembering Whitney -

    Berry speaks on stage at the "We Will Always Love You: A Grammy Salute To Whitney Houston," television special in Los Angeles on Oct. 11, 2012.

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    New Year's Eve -

    Nurse Aimee New Year's Eve is a 2011 romantic comedy film directed by Garry Marshall. Like Valentine's Day, Marshall's previous film, it depicts a series of holiday vignettes of the state of several romances and features a large ensemble cast.

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    Frankie & Alice (2011)Frankie & Alice, for which Berry also served as a producer, is a moving psychological drama based on the harrowing true story of Frankie Murdoch (Berry), a woman suffering with multiple personality disorder in early 1970s Los Angeles.

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    HOLLYWOOD, CA - NOVEMBER 30: Actress Halle Berry attends the premiere of "Frankie and Alice" at the Egyptian Theatre on November 30, 2010 in Hollywood, California. (Photo by David Livingston/Getty Images)

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    Cause celeb -

    Actress Halle Berry attends the DKMS 4th Annual Gala "Linked Against Leukemia" at Cipriani 42nd Street in New York on Thursday, April 29, 2010.

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    Two beauties -

    Berry and her daughter Nahla Aubry enjoy the day at Coldwater Canyon Park in Beverly Hills, Calif.

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    Lucky man -

    Berry, right, is joined by, from left, singer Alicia Keys, singer Leona Lewis and actor Jamie Foxx at Jenesse Center's 30th Anniversary Silver Rose Weekend at the Beverly Hills Hotel in Beverly Hills, Calif., on April 18, 2010.

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    Always Golden -

    Berry poses in the press room at the 67th Annual Golden Globe Awards at The Beverly Hilton Hotel in Beverly Hills, Calif., on Jan. 17, 2010.

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    Night out -

    Berry and Alicia Keys pose at Hammerstein Ballroom during the Keep A Child Alive's 6th Annual Black Ball on Oct. 15, 2009, in New York.

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    Sweet smell of success -

    In 2009, Berry released her first perfume, Halle by Halle Berry, from Coty. The actress said that she had been mixing scents to make her own fragrance even before her scent was released, mixing fig and mimosa with other components.

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    Soaking up the sun -

    Berry gives daughter Nahla a taste of the Atlantic Ocean in Miami on July 8, 2009.

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    On fire -

    Berry accepts the Decade of Hotness award at Spike TV's 2009 "Guys Choice Awards" on May 30, 2009 in Los Angeles.

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    Supporting families -

    In April 2008. Berry makes her first public appearance six weeks after delivering baby Nahla in March. Berry was at the Jenesee Center’s Silver Rose Gala & Auction, which helps families affected by domestic violence with emergency shelters, employment training, and counseling.

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    Baby on the way -

    A pregnant Berry arrives for the presentation of "Things We Lost in the Fire" at the Rome Film Festival, on Friday, Oct. 26, 2007.

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    Portraying loss -

    In 2007's "Things We Lost in the Fire," Berry portrayed Audrey Burke, a woman who lost her policeman husband (David Duchovny) and renews a friendship with his childhood pal (Benicio del Toro, left), a heroin addict.

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    Hot stuff -

    Berry and model boyfriend Gabriel Aubry attend the afterparty for the premiere of her film "Things We Lost in the Fire" at the Egyptian Theater in Los Angeles on Oct. 15, 2007. On April 30, 2010, reports surfaced that the couple had split.

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    Undercover -

    In 2007's "Perfect Stranger," Berry plays reporter Rowena Price, who goes undercover to flirt with a senator (Bruce Willis, left) who may have killed her friend.

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    Just 'Perfect' -

    Berry attends a photocall for the film "Perfect Stranger" on March 30, 2007, in Berlin, Germany.

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    Star power -

    Berry attends a ceremony honoring her with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame on April 3, 2007 in Hollywood, Calif.

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    Just desserts -

    With a grand parade, Harvard's Hasty Pudding honored Berry as its 2006 Woman of the Year. Before receiving the traditional brass pudding pot, the Cantebridgians were unwilling to let her off without a bit of ribbing: To mark her "Catwoman" role, they made her dance with a Pudding member dressed as a dog.

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    Woman of steel -

    Berry provided the voice of Cappy in 2005's "Robots." Director Chris Wedge gave each mechanism its own personality. After playing a live-action version of a comic-book figure in "X-Men," the film gave Berry the chance to portray an animated figure on screen.

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    All 'Eyes' on her -

    Berry was a vision in pink for the 2005 premiere of ABC's TV adaptation of Zora Neale Hurston's "Their Eyes Were Watching God." As the lead character Janie in this Oprah-produced effort, Berry portrayed one of the most compelling characters in African-American literature. It won her another Emmy for best actress in a miniseries or movie.

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    Feeling catty -

    Berry's sex appeal was on display as she promoted her 2004 film "Catwoman." Audiences were less impressed once they entered the theaters, and the role scored her a 2005 Razzie for worst actress. Unlike most recipients of the ignominious award, Berry proved herself a class act when she showed up in person to accept. "If you aren't able to be a good loser, you're not able to be a good winner," she told the crowd.

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    Funny girl -

    Berry got a good laugh when Ashton Kutcher pulled a "Punk'd" prank on her for his MTV show. At the "Gothika" world premiere, Kutcher had a security guard deny Berry access, saying the theater was over capacity and 16 people needed to leave before she could enter.

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    Scary stuff -

    Berry's choice of roles took a turn for the darker in 2003's "Gothika." As criminal psychologist Dr. Miranda Grey, she found herself a patient in her own mental institution, accused of her husband's murder but with no memory of the alleged crime.

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    Storm surge -

    Berry reprised her role as mutant Storm in 2003's "X2." Though the "X-Men" series were undoubtedly popcorn movies, Berry brought depth to her comic-book character.

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    Again proving her range, Berry decided to join the ranks of Bond girls in 2002's "Die Another Day," playing against Pierce Brosnan's James Bond. As Jinx, she was Bond's right-hand woman, though some Bond fans felt the screenplay didn't do either Berry or Brosnan justice.

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    Making history -

    Halle Berry celebrates her win at the 2002 Oscars. Her win for "Monster's Ball" made her the first African American to win an Academy Award for best actress. In addition to thanking other talented black artists in her acceptance speech, Berry said her win was "for every nameless, faceless woman of color that now has a chance because this door tonight has been opened."

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    Berry's most profound role yet came in 2001's "Monster's Ball," where she played Leticia, the widow of an convict who falls in love with a man (Billy Bob Thornton, right) who helped execute her husband. The wrenching film, which included an intimate nude scene, won Berry her first Oscar.

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    Remembering the lost -

    Berry spoke onstage at the Oct. 2001 concert for New York City to benefit the victims of the World Trade Center disaster.

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    Vixen time -

    Berry and John Travolta played a black-ops duo in 2001's "Swordfish," a film remembered less for its plot than for including Berry's first topless scene. (Rumors swirled that she received $2 million for the effort, a claim she and the studio have repeatedly denied.)

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    A winning choice -

    Berry's six-year struggle to bring "Introducing Dorothy Dandridge" to the screen paid off when she won a 2000 Emmy for best lead actress in a miniseries or movie.

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    Playing an icon -

    One of Berry's most heartfelt personal projects was to portray actress Dorothy Dandridge, the first African American woman to be nominated for an Oscar. It took Berry six years to bring the story to the small screen for HBO, but her turn in the starring role was flawless, and her other role -- as the TV movie's producer -- established her as a force in Hollywood on both sides of the camera.

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    Berry showed up (and showed skin) at the 2000 premiere of "X-Men" with jazz musician Eric Benet. The couple would marry the following year -- a second marriage for Berry, after her first one to baseball player David Justice ended in a 1996 divorce. She and Benet separated in 2004, and after their 2005 divorce, Berry stated she never wanted to be married again. She has a daughter with model Gabriel Aubry.

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    Getting her due -

    Berry was a radiant presence at the 1998 Blockbuster Awards. She won a 1997 Blockbuster Award for her role as a flight attendant aboard a hijacked plane in "Executive Decision." Not a film for the ages, but with it, Berry added action-adventure to the list of genres she could master.

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    Hair today -

    Director Robert Townsend loves to send up black stereotypes, but you could hardly accuse his 1997 film "B.A.P.S." of tackling the obvious. As wannabe actress Nisi, Berry costarred in this comedy about race and the high life in Beverly Hills. Berry and Natalie Desselle, right, find themselves living with an aging millionaire (Martin Landau) and learning to become Black American Princesses, hence the title. An usual choice for Berry, but proof she wanted a varied choice of roles.

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    Berry received top billing in the undernoticed 1996 drama "Race the Sun," as she played a teacher determined to inspire Hawaiian high-schoolers. She drives them to build a solar-powered car that eventually powers them across Australia. The inspiring-teacher genre was already well worn by then, but Berry brought a subtle touch to the role.

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    Berry's earlier career wasn't all serious. She also brought an edge to her role as villainess Rosetta Stone in the 1994 live-action adaptation of "The Flintstones." Betty and Wilma were hard-pressed to compete.

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    Halle Berry's first major role came in 1991, when she played drug addict Vivian in Spike Lee's "Jungle Fever." The down-and-dirty role (literally -- she reportedly refused to bathe for days before filming) established Berry early on as a serious talent and much more than a pretty face. The cred was doubly important because of Berry's background as a beauty queen and Miss USA runner-up.

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Channing Tatum
We all know that Channing Tatum spent time grinding out a living as a male stripper, thanks to "Magic Mike," but before he brought those moves to the big screen, Tatum was a hot model appearing in national campaigns for such clients as Abercrombie & Fitch and Armani. His good looks and dancer's athleticism made him the hunk of the moment, an interchangeable cog in action films and romantic dramas both, until "21 Jump Street" showcased his knack for comedy and "Magic Mike," a project he developed, proved his show-biz savvy. He is, of course, developing a sequel: "Magic Mike XXL."

Cameron Diaz
Cameron Diaz, who stars alongside Upton in "The Other Woman," had never acted before landing the female lead in 1994's "The Mask." Her ability to hold her own opposite Jim Carrey and the special effects that turned the comedy dervish into a live-action cartoon character spoke well to her future. She went on to forge a screen persona that combined sexy and sweet and just a little raunchy in such films as "There's Something About Mary" and "Charlie's Angels," and showing a much less sweet side in the comedy "Bad Teacher" and the savage "The Counselor." Upton could take some lessons from her veteran co-star: good looks can get you a movie but a career takes intelligence and talent.

Ashton Kutcher
Dude, where's my career? Calvin Klein model-turned-sitcom star Ashton Kutcher found success playing a boyishly handsome doofus on "That 70s Show." His forays into serious roles (Steve Jobs in "Jobs") have been less successful, but he's done surprisingly well as a reality TV entrepreneur with "Punk'd" and "Beauty and the Geek." Now he's back where he's most comfortable: holding down his side of a hit sitcom on "Two and a Half Men" so well that hardly anyone even misses Charlie Sheen.

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    The star of television ("That '70s Show") and film ("Jobs") has also been the leading man for some high-profile actresses in Hollywood.

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    Love all over again -

    Ashton Kutcher and actress Mila Kunis sit courtside at an NBA basketball game between the New Orleans Pelicans and Los Angeles Lakers in Los Angeles on March 4, 2014.

    The two stars, who found fame together on "That '70s Show" as Jackie and Kelso, started dating in the spring of 2011 and got engaged in February 2014.

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    A teen hit -

    Kutcher speaks at the 2013 Teen Choice Awards 2013 at the Gibson Amphitheatre in Universal City, Calif., on Aug. 11, 2013.

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    Ring, ring -

    Kutcher, center, rings the New York Stock Exchange opening bell on Wall Street on Aug. 6, 2013.

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    His Jobs to do -

    Kutcher stars as Steve Jobs in the 2013 biopic about the Apple co-founder, "Jobs."

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    Golden time -

    Kutcher and model Elle Macpherson present an award during the 69th Annual Golden Globe Awards at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Beverly Hills, Calif., on Jan. 15, 2012.

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    Fashionable Ashton -

    Kutcher arrives for the 2012 winter collection fashion show of Colcci during the Sao Paulo Fashion Week in Sao Paulo, Brazil, on Jan. 22, 2012.

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    Healthy offering -

    Natalie Portman stars as Emma Franklin and Kutcher is Adam Kurtzman in the 2011 romantic comedy "No Strings Attached," about a couple that tries to keep their relationship strictly physical.

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    Kutcher joined the cast of "Two of a Half Men," alongside stars Jon Cryer, right, and Angus T. Jones, after the departure of Charlie Sheen, on Sept. 19, 2011.

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    Actors and activists -

    Kutcher and then-wife actress Demi Moore attend a United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime news conference about the launch of the UN Trust Fund for Victims of Human Trafficking, at United Nations headquarters in New York on Nov. 4, 2010.

    Kutcher and Moore began dating in 2003 and married on Sept. 24, 2005. The couple split in 2011 and their divorce was finalized on Nov. 27, 2013.

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    Getting animated -

    Kutcher voiced a one-antlered deer named Elliot in the 2006 animated film "Open Season."

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    Kutcher played the role of Evan in the 2004 psychological thriller "The Butterfly Effect."

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    Pillow talk -

    In the 2003 romantic comedy "Just Married," Kutcher and actress Brittany Murphy play newlyweds who keep having problems on their honeymoon.

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    Auto parts -

    Kutcher and Seann William Scott star in the 2000 comedy "Dude, Where's My Car?"

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    Decade of laughs -

    Kutcher, second from left in the back, starred in the coming-of-age comedy "That '70s Show" from 1998-2006 along with Wilmer Valderrama, Danny Masterson, Topher Grace, Laura Prepon, Don Stark, Tanya Roberts, Mila Kunis, Lisa Robin Kelly, Debra Jo Rupp, and Kurtwood Smith.

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Tyra Banks
One of Victoria's Secret's original Angels, Tyra Banks is a true supermodel. She strode the catwalks of Paris and Milan as a teenager, graced the covers of Elle, Vogue, GQ, and two Sports Illustrated swimsuit issues, and broke barriers as an internationally celebrated and wildly successful African-American model. As an actress, her best role was arguably as a hot bartender in "Coyote Ugly," but she found her true calling as an entrepreneur and businesswoman; creator, producer and host of the daytime chat series "The Tyra Banks Show" and the hit reality show "America's Top Model."

Christie Brinkley
Apart from a couple of "Vacation" comedies and an appearance in onetime-husband Billy Joel's "Uptown Girl" video, original supermodel Christie Brinkley hasn't shown much interest in acting. Which is just fine; she really hasn't much aptitude for doing much more than looking pretty and smiling good-naturedly while Chevy Chase pratfalls around her. She has, however, enjoyed poking fun at herself as the impossibly gorgeous wife of office schlub Jerry Gergich in the TV sitcom "Parks and Recreation."

Fabio 
The famed Italian model for countless romance novel covers, Fabio was a self-parody the moment he tried to parlay his looks into an acting career. His best screen performance is still on the small screen, hawking "I Can't Believe It's Butter" with a sly smile, a bare chest, and an expression that says "Yes, I know I'm selling margarine, but I look so good doing it that no one cares."

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