Mila Kunis has revealed she has no shame.
The 'Ted' actress Family Guy voice over has insisted that she doesn't mind starring in movies with gross out humour, something other young actresses might be cautious of, because she finds them funny.
She said: "I really have no shame. I think that certain things are funny and certain things are okay to make fun of - including myself. I think that you have to laugh at the absurdity of this entire industry and the absurdity of what it is we do. If I didn't, I'd go crazy."
Mila, 28, also admitted that she feels lucky that she can pick and choose what roles she takes on because she is financially secure from her long-running roles on TV show 'That 70s Show' and 'Family Guy', where she is the voice over for the character Meg.
Speaking to James Franco for Interview magazine, she said: "After doing a TV show for eight years and a cartoon for more than a decade, you are, financially speaking, in a very lucky position where you don't have to work for the sake of working.
"And I decided to take advantage of that. I don't live lavishly, so it's not like I have 20 assistants and travel privately and shop every day. I actually live a very mediocre lifestyle. So I decided to step back and do things not just for the sake of doing them, but because I believe in them and I want to do them."