Mila Kunis certainly isn't your average Hollywood mega-star. She has quite literally flown from rags to riches, from her humble beginnings in a conflicted Ukraine, to the glitzy world of showbiz. The 31-year-old's reputation has blossomed globally after graduating from roles on TV to films like Forgetting Sarah Marshall, Black Swan and Ted, and she's now firmly on the A-list. Her last big screen appearance of course came with the unfortunately not universally loved Jupiter Ascending, alongside Channing Tatum and Eddie Redmayne, and she'll soon be voicing the part of Deema in R-rated stop-motion comedy, Hell & Back, with Better Call Saul star Bob Odenkirk playing the Devil. The good news for that film is that it is in these lesser-known projects that Kunis really shines and for all she enjoys the LA lifestyle, she's at her finest when she draws on her own quirky character - a refreshing change of pace to many of the actresses rolling off the Hollywood conveyor belt. Despite her high profile, there are still huge parts of her life that haven't hit the headlines, so here are 16 things you didn't know about Mila Kunis.