The actor, who played main star Eric Forman on the hit sitcom, talked about the married couple on Andy Cohen's Bravo talk show Tuesday."Was there a sign that Mila and Ashton were, like, meant to be together, in any way? It's so cool."Kurtwood Smith, who played Eric's stern dad Red on the show, told E!
" the host asked."It's funny, 'cause it's fascinating to everyone but it's fascinating to people in the cast, too," Grace said. News in November 2012, "You have to remember Mila was a kid. He was like 19 and she was like 14 or 15."Kunis and Kutcher met for the first time when they were cast on aired on Fox from 1998 to 2006.
[It was the] first time I ever slept over while I was single."Apparently the two initially tried to keep things casual, and told friends they were dating other people.
Long before they had a baby (and one more on the way), before they were married or even dating, they were simply co-stars and friends — and it stayed that way for very long time.
Kunis and Kutcher dated other people during most of the time.
After being enrolled in acting classes as an after-school activity, she was soon discovered by an agent.During the time of the show, Kutcher dated the likes of January Jones, co-star Brittany Murphy. They split in 2011 and finalized their divorced in 2013. They got engaged in 2014 and welcomed their first child, daughter Wyatt, in October of that year. Kunis appeared on Howard Stern's Sirius XM show on Tuesday, and the notoriously private actress surprisingly went into plenty of detail about how she and husband Ashton Kutcher's relationship turned romantic. We literally just had a very open conversation." WATCH: Mila Kunis Dishes on Marriage to Ashton Kutcher, Reveals What She's Learned From Being a Mom -- 'Children Are F**king Crazy' Kunis says Kutcher's good looks "took [her] breath away" when she ran into him again at an awards show after having not seen him in a while, and that their rekindled relationship started when he invited her over for a housewarming party.Until one day, something suddenly changed for Kunis."Late Late Show" host James Corden asked the "Bad Moms" star how they went from "friend zone to end zone." RELATED: Mila Kunis talks 'incredible father' Ashton Kutcher and baby No.