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Topher Grace portrays Eric Forman, the level-headed 17-year-old who is the center of the retro view of Wisconsin on That '70s Show. Grace, whose talents were brought to the attention of producers Bonnie and Terry Turner, was discovered while performing in a New Hampshire prep-school production of "A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum." He has been praised for his wry, subtle portrayal of Eric Forman in THAT '70s SHOW which marked his network television debut. Grace studied at the renowned Groundlings Improvisation School as well as the Neighborhood Playhouse. His theater credits include a leading role in "Our Town." He recently completed his freshman year at the University of Southern California. During his recent summer hiatus Grace completed production of USA Films' Steven Soderberg directed, "Traffic." In the film, which also stars Catherine Zeta-Jones and Michael Douglas, he plays a drug user who draws Michael Douglas' daughter into cocaine and heroine addiction. "Traffic" will be released in New York and Los Angeles in December 2000 and will open nationwide in January 2001. A native New Yorker, Grace currently resides in Los Angeles.

Laura Prepon portrays Donna Pinciotti, the red-headed tomboy who lives next door to her boyfriend Eric on That '70s Show. Prepon recently finished production on Destination Film's "Slackers." Starring opposite Jason Schwartzman, Devon Sawa and James King, "Slackers" tells the story of three college students who scheme to get through school without doing any work. When the school nerd (Schwartzman) uncovers their ruse, he blackmails them to use their skills to win over a girl (King) who happens to have a very outspoken and beautiful roommate (Prepon). "Slackers" is slated to be released early 2001. Prepon's other feature credits include the title character in the indy feature "Seven=Five." Opposite Beck, Beth Orton and Hank Williams, Prepon's character "Seven=Five" is a beautiful, young television psychic who ultimately alters the outcome of all the characters' lives. "Seven=Five" is slated for release in 2001. Prepon also co-starred in "The Pornographer: A Love Story" with Martin Donovan, Kathleen Chalfant and Irene Jacob. The feature tells the story of an obsessive relationship between a director and an actress. Written and directed by Alan Wade, "The Pornographer" is set for release later this year. A relative newcomer to the industry, Prepon's credits include the lead character on the groundbreaking internet series "They Go On," as well as numerous theatrical presentations including "A Woman of Property" and "Ascension Day." Prepon was raised in Watchung, NJ, a short distance from New York City. Her desire to act began at a young age and she started studying the craft at 15. She went on to study theater at the Total Theater Lab in New York. In addition, Prepon has always loved dance and has trained in ballet. She is also a sports enthusiast and played tennis on her high school team. She enjoys gymnastics and riding horses. Prepon currently divides her time between her family in Watchung and Los Angeles.

Danny Masterson portrays Steve Hyde, Eric's cool and serious friend who pretends to be tough, but inside is a good guy on That '70s Show. Born and raised in New York, Masterson is already an industry veteran at the age of 22. He began his career in entertainment when he was four and has since established himself as one of the industry's emerging young talents, having performed in a number of challenging roles in both feature films and television series. Beginning his career as a child model, Masterson gradually moved into commercials, appearing in over 100 by the age of 16. It was then that his family decided to move to Los Angeles. Shortly thereafter, he secured his first motion picture role in the popular sequel "Beethoven's 2nd." He then went on to co-star with Matthew Modine, Paul Reiser and Randy Quaid in the comedy "Bye Bye Love." In 1997, Masterson worked alongside John Travolta and Nicolas Cage, portraying the outrageous boyfriend of Travolta's daughter in John Woo's summer blockbuster "Face/Off." Masterson is also no stranger to television, having been a series regular for the last two seasons of "Cybill," playing Christine Baranski's son and Alicia Witt's love interest. His additional television credits include regular roles on "Extreme" and "Joe's Life," as well as recurring roles on "Party of Five," "Roseanne" and "NYPD Blue." Masterson also has guest-starred on the series "Sliders," "American Gothic," "Empty Nest," "Jake and the Fat Man" and "The Tracy Ullman Show," as well as the miniseries "Murderous Passion" and the movie-of-the-week "The Morning After." His film credits include, Richard Rodriguez's thriller, "The Faculty" opposite Josh Hartnett and Elijah Wood. In addition, Masterson has starred in numerous independent films, including "Dirt Merchant," with Anthony Michael Hall and David Faustino, and "Too Pure," which were both screened at this year's Cannes Film Festival. He has also starred in "Happy Birthday Billy Gale," "Family Values," and "Lunchtime Special." Masterson wrapped production on several projects this summer including, the Wes Craven horror film, "Dracula 2000" opposite Jonny Lee Miller, Jennifer Esposito and Christopher Plummer as well as starring in the independent, "Sex and a Girl" with Genevieve Bujold and Soleil Moon Frye. Danny also completed a part in VHI's original movie, "Back in Black" due out this Fall. Masterson currently lives in Los Angeles.

Ashton Kutcher portrays Michael Kelso, the gorgeous, yet intellectually challenged friend of Eric on That '70s Show. Kutcher was born and raised in Homestead, Iowa (pop. 100), where he lived on a farm with his parents, older sister and twin brother. To finance the cost of his education in bio-chemical engineering at the University of Iowa, Kutcher worked as a cereal dust sweeper at the General Mills plant in Cedar Rapids. After being discovered by a local model/talent scout, he moved to New York to pursue acting. Since his arrival in New York in August 1997, Kutcher's determination has landed him roles in a National Pizza Hut commercial, an NYU student film entitled "Distance," and a CK Jeans campaign. Other film credits include, "Coming Soon" opposite Gaby Hoffman, "Reindeer Games" opposite Ben Affleck and Gary Sinise directed by John Frankenheimer, "Down To You" which stars Freddie Prinze Jr. and Julia Stiles for Miramax and "Texas Rangers" opposite James Van Der Beek and Dylan McDermott. Most recently, Ashton spent his 2000 summer hiatus filming "Dude, Where's My Car?" for 20th Century FOX. Kutcher currently resides in Los Angeles.

Wilmer Valderrama portrays Fez, the heavily-accented foreign exchange student who hangs out with Eric and the gang on That '70s Show. Valderrama is truly living the American dream. He moved to Los Angeles from Venezuela with his family only five years ago, and it still seems like just yesterday that he was a foreign student who barely spoke a word of English. Now he's portraying Fez, a character similar to himself back then, only this time he's on TV. Fairly new to the entertainment industry, Valderrama made his professional acting debut in a Spanish Pacific Bell commercial. In June 1999, he graduated from Taft High where he was actively involved in the drama department and theater program. He performed in numerous plays, including "Rumors," "And Never Been Kissed" and " The Impossible Years." During his 2000 summer hiatus, Valderrama shot his first feature film, "Summer Catch" for Warner Brothers opposite Freddie Prinze Jr., Jessica Biel, and Mathew Lillard. Valderrama currently lives with his family in a suburb of Los Angeles

Mila Kunis portrays Jackie Burkhart, the fashion-conscious and annoyingly upbeat friend to Donna and the gang on That '70s Show. With exotic looks and an effervescent disposition, it comes as no surprise that Russian-born Mila Kunis was discovered immediately after moving to Los Angeles. Kunis' blend of charisma, elegance and intellect exude a rare onscreen presence that has resulted in her rapid ascendance into major television and motion picture roles. At the age of 15, she has already built a solid resume including starring roles in Touchstone Pictures' "Krippendorf's Tribe" and Disney's "Honey, We Shrunk Ourselves." After learning to speak English at the age of 7, Kunis' career took off after she landed several television commercials. Currently, she is a series regular on two FOX hits: THAT '70s SHOW and she is the voice of Megan on "Family Guy." Other television credits include recurring roles on "7th Heaven" and "Nick Freno." Kunis also guest-starred on numerous series including "Baywatch," "Days of our Lives," "Unhappily Ever After," "Pensacola: Wings of Gold" and "Walker, Texas Ranger." Additionally, she starred as the young Gia on HBO's critically-acclaimed film "Gia." During her recent summer hiatus, Kunis shot the feature film, "Getting Over Allison" for Miramax opposite Kirsten Dunst. Kunis lives with her parents in Los Angeles and she attends a local public high school.

Kurtwood Smith portrays Red Forman, the ultra-conservative Dad to Eric and Laurie on That '70s Show. Smith was born in New Lisbon, Wisconsin, but was raised in California. He studied drama at the College of San Mateo and San Jose State and earned a drama fellowship for Stanford's MFA program. In the mid '70s, he began working regularly at the California Actor's Theatre in Los Gatos and moved to Los Angeles in 1979 to seek film and television roles. Smith has made several memorable guest appearances for TV shows including "The X Files," "Magnificent Seven," "Star Trek: Voyager," "Deep Space Nine" and "Picket Fences." He was also a series regular on "Big Wave Dave." In addition to starring in the mini-series "North and South II" and "The Nightmare Years," he appeared in telefilms such as "A Bright Shining Lie," "While Justice Sleeps," "Doorways" and "The Christmas Gift." No stranger to the silver screen, Smith has appeared in several highly successful films including, "Girl Interrupted," the 1998 Dreamworks film "Deep Impact," critically acclaimed "A Time To Kill," John Woo's "Broken Arrow," "Under Seige 2: Dark Territory," "To Die For" with Golden Globe winner Nicole Kidman and Academy-award-winning "Dead Poets Society" with Robin Williams. Smith also had a starring role in short film "12:01 P.M." which was nominated for an Oscar for "Best Short Film." Additional film credits include "Citizen Ruth," "Last Of The Dogman," "Prefontaine," "The Crush," "Fortress," "Boxing Helena," Quick Change," "Rambo II," "True Believer," and "Robocop." Smith currently resides in Los Angeles with his wife Joan.

Debra Jo Rupp plays Kitty Forman, the endearing mother of Eric on That '70s Show. Rupp has been featured on numerous television shows including roles on NBC's hit series "Friends" (recurring as Phoebe's sister-in-law), "Seinfeld" (recurring as Jerry's ditsy booking agent), and "ER." Additionally, she appeared in the Emmy-nominated HBO series "From the Earth to the Moon." Rupp also starred in such telefilms as "The Invaders," "In The Line of Duty - Ambush in Waco" and "A Woman Scorned: The Betty Broderick Story." Her feature film credits include "Big," "Death Becomes Her" and "Sergeant Bilko." Her theatrical credits include the Broadway hit "Cat on a Hot Tin Roof" portraying Mae. Off-Broadway she has performed in "Frankie and Johnny" and "A Girl's Guide to Chaos" which showcased her comic ingenuity and initially brought her to Los Angeles. In the can is the independent comedy "Lucky Thirteen," in which she plays the nagging mother of Zack Baker, who, due to his parents' dysfunctional marriage, has never been able to sustain a romantic relationship. Rupp can also be heard as the voice of the teacher, Mrs. Helperman, in the new animated series "Teacher's Pet," which debuts September 9th, 2000 on ABC as part of Disney's "One Saturday Morning" lineup. Rupp currently resides in Los Angeles.

Lisa Robin Kelly portrays Laurie Forman, Eric's college drop-out sister who constantly torments him and his friends on That '70s Show. There is nothing in Lisa Robin Kelly's petite figure that reveals the strength and personality inside. The young actress craves empowering roles, and her new co-starring role on FOX's THAT '70s SHOW allows Lisa the freedom to be as sassy as she can be. The 24-year-old actress says she enjoys the energy and gratification of working in front of a live audience. In this blast-from-the-past comedy, Lisa portrays Laurie, Eric's older sister who is a manipulative, feline, daddy's girl with a Farrah Fawcett look. Aside from keeping busy with THAT '70s SHOW, Lisa has also guest-starred on numerous television series such as "The X Files and "Charmed." In addition to her television credits, Lisa has worked on several feature films. She was last seen on the big screen in the scathing coming of age comedy "Jawbreaker." She recently completed production on "Kill The Man" with Teri Garr, Luke Wilson, and Paula Devicq in which she plays Devicq's best friend Nan. Although Lisa is no stranger to working with seasoned actors, she came face to face with professional idol, James Earl Jones, while working on ShowTime's "Horton Foote's Alone" which stars Shelley Duvall and Ed Begley Jr. She also found gratification in the challenge of portraying a drug-addicted stripper in "Late Last Night" featuring Emilio Estevez. "I got the bug at age seven," says Lisa, and she went on to star in various productions in her hometown of Toledo, Ohio. After auditioning for the Chicago Academy of the Arts, Lisa and her mother relocated to Chicago where she was anxious to take on the world of acting and theater. Her experiences while at the performing arts high school only made her more hungry to begin a professional career as an actor. "The escapism of acting was very appealing to me," says Lisa. Upon graduation with emphasis in opera and theater she immediately found representation in Chicago but had her sights set on bigger seas and soon after decided to make the move to California. With a love for performing in musicals and studying dance, she maintains ambitions of Broadway, and with her traditional training in live stage acting and voice, the move from the silver screen to the Broadway stage may not be that far from Lisa's future. During her time off Lisa enjoys practicing yoga and entertaining her neighbors with her talents in karaoke. She also volunteers her time with philanthropic organizations that touch her heart such as Hollygrove, the Sierra Club, and PETA.

Don Stark portrays Bob Pinciotti, the annoyingly upbeat and nosy neighbor to the Formans on That '70s Show. Stark was born in New York City. During high school, he joined the drama department on a dare and actually got the role as Marvin Hutchins in "Dark of the Moon." It was at this time that he realized his love for acting. He went on to attend California State University, Northridge, and started out as a business major, but quickly switched to theater. Stark's successful acting career spans three decades. Most recently, he was a series regular on the sci-fi thriller "Time Cop" as tough and gritty Eugene Matuzek, a character essentially opposite of Bob Pinciotti on THAT '70s SHOW. In addition to recurring roles on "Murder One" and "Beauty and The Beast," Stark has had notable guest appearances on numerous television shows including "Ellen," "Deep Space Nine," "NYPD Blue," "Beverly Hills, 90210," "Michael Hayes," "Picket Fences" and "Empty Nest." He has also starred in telefilms such as "Murder Live," "A Cry For Help: The Tracy Thurman Story," "Elvis and the Colonel: The Untold Story," and "Sinatra." His impressive list of feature film credits include "Star Trek: First Contact" with Patrick Stewart and Jonathan Frakes, "Heaven's Prisoners" with Alec Baldwin, "Three Wishes," "Things To Do In Denver When You're Dead" with Andy Garcia and Christopher Lloyd and "Peggy Sue Got Married" with Nicholas Cage and Kathleen Turner. Stark's stage credits include "Metropolitan Prairie," "Vespers Eve," as well as the off-Broadway hits "Waiting for Lefty" and "Till The Day I Die." He currently lives in Los Angeles with his two young daughters. In his spare time, he enjoys coaching his daughters' sports teams and volunteering for "Indian Princesses," a program at the YMCA.

Tanya Roberts portrays Midge Pinciotti, the slightly ditsy and recently converted feminist who is next door neighbor to the Formans on That '70s Show. Roberts was born in the Bronx, New York, the daughter of a pen salesman. In New York, she studied acting under Lee Strasberg and Uta Hagen. During her early years, she supported herself as an Arthur Murray dance instructor and then modeled professionally. Roberts appeared in several television commercials including Ultra Brite and Clairol. After moving to Hollywood with her husband, she landed roles in TV pilots such as "Ladies in Blue," and "Mike Hammer." Roberts got her first real break as sexy private investigator Julie Rogers on the ever-popular crime drama "Charlie's Angels." Following the last season of this hit '70s series, Roberts began starring in a wave of films capitalizing on her recent stardom and sex appeal including "Beastmaster," "A View to a Kill" (part of the James Bond film series), "Sheena" and "Pandora's Box." Most recently, she appeared in the comedy "Almost Pregnant" and "Legal Tenders" (for which her husband wrote the screenplay). Roberts has made memorable guest-appearances on several television series including "High Tide," "Silk Stalkings" and "Burke's Law." Her theater credits include off-Broadway hits "A View From A Bridge," "The Hydes of March" and "Sextette." She currently lives in Los Angeles with her husband, Barry Roberts, and their dogs.