Kutcher cleans up his act: Clean-shaven Ashton sports new shorter haircut as he zooms around in hybrid car
Philandering Ashton Kutcher really has cleaned up his act – figuratively speaking at least.
The Two And A Half Men star was spotted arriving to an entertainment industry discussion panel, hosted by the Television Critics Association (TCA), today in Pasadena, California, with a fresh clean-shaven look and a new shorter haircut.
He was also driving a new eco-friendly sports car – the California-made Fisker Karma.
Hot wheels! Ashton Kutcher emerges from his new Fisker Karma sports car today as he arrives to a TCA discussion panel in Pasadena, California
A sharp-looking Ashton – who had
shaved off his scruffy beard and cut his long locks – was pictured dropping off the motor with
the valet, before joining Two And A Half Men creator Chuck Lorre and
co-stars to answers questions about the hit CBS comedy.
He explained his appearance to journalists, saying: 'These guys wrote a screenplay that dictated I cut my hair and shaved my beard,' adding: 'Watch on Monday, it’s a real good show.'
Kutcher's new set of wheels can toggle between an all-electric Stealth Mode or fuel assisted Sport Mode.
The makers boast that it delivers 'high impact performance while maintaining a low impact on the environment'.
Luxury: The hybrid car is eco friendly and can run on solar power and gas
It has a top speed of 125mph and goes from 0-60mph in 6.3 seconds.
Features include 22in Circuit Blade wheels and a large solar glass roof.
The interior is designed with 100 per cent sustainably-sourced wood, according to the makers.
And no doubt all the mod-cons will impress technological- savvy Ashton.
The car comes complete with a quality sound system, built in satellite navigation and Bluetooth.
Fresh-faced: Kutcher was sporting a clean-shaven look, pictured last week in Hollywood with a scruffy beard
Animated: Kutcher joined Two And A Half Men creator Chuck Lorre, left, and co-star Jon Cryer at a Television Critics Association discussion panel today
Kutcher told today's TCA discussion
panel that he would be interested in continuing with Two And Half Men
beyond this season – and CBS wants
Television's most popular comedy has succeeded beyond most
expectations this season, up 20 percent in viewers from the final season with
Kutcher said he will be working on films after the TV season
is done but is considering that a hiatus. He said he would be interested in
coming back if it could be worked out.
CBS entertainment chief Nina Tassler says CBS is motivated
to make a deal to bring the show back.
The TCA is a group of around 200 U.S. and Canadian journalists and columnist who write about TV shows.
The panels meets bi-annually in Los Angeles at the Winter and Summer Press Tours, laying a stage for major television networks to discuss their shows and bring their stars out to answer questions.
Each of the two annual Press Tours typically last between two and three weeks.