Michael Kutcher, Ashton Kutcher’s Twin, Explains Why They Split 


Ashton Kutcher and his twin brother, Michael, are becoming more vulnerable than ever before. The twin brothers sit down together for the first time in an exclusive sneak peek trailer for the upcoming Paramount+ show, The Checkup With Dr. David Agus, to discuss Michael’s medical difficulties and the changing nature of their relationship over the years.

When Dr. Agus inquires as to why the siblings drifted apart for a while, Michael openly responds, “Jealousy for sure, at least on my part.”

In the video, Ashton discusses how his brother’s health issues made him feel terrible about his own achievements.

“How did I get so fortunate? And then my brother was born with cerebral palsy, had a heart transplant, and then got this random blood clot. These things that make you wonder, ‘Who has to go through that?’ ‘How did I get so lucky?’ “The actor contributes.

The Mayo Clinic defines cerebral palsy as a set of conditions that impact movement, muscle tone, and posture. It is caused by injury to the developing, immature brain, which usually occurs before birth.

Ashton also recalls something Michael told him years ago that impacted his perspective on his brother’s difficulties.

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“There was a period when I moved to New York and was starting to get some traction with my career, and Mike came out to visit and stay, and he looked at me and said, ‘Every time you feel sorry for me, you make me less,'” Ashton remembers. “

‘This is the only life I’ve ever known, so stop feeling sorry for the only thing I’ve ever had,’ he remarked. And this caused a complete change back to where I believe we are now, which is straight up equals. That’s all.”

Ashton Kutcher & His Twin Brother Admit Sad Reasons They Drifted Apart In  Powerful New Interview - Perez Hilton

The Review The first three episodes of With Dr. David Agus will launch on Paramount+ on Tuesday, December 6; the final three episodes will broadcast on Monday, December 12.

ET chatted with Dr. Agus before the broadcast of the show, and he discussed Ashton’s emotional presence on the program. Dr. Agus has been Ashton’s doctor and longtime friend for many years.

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“So just watching the interactions of Ashton with his brother rehashing what happened when his brother went into heart failure from a virus — a viral infection caused his heart to swell and not work and so unless he had a transplant within days he would’ve died — and Ashton rehashing those memories of, you know, the person he loved most in the world, his brother, going through this and he wasn’t able to… could you imagine? He ponders. “He had assisted his brother with cerebral palsy and some social challenges at school, but now he’s faced with a problem he can’t solve, and it was quite moving to see his emotions return.”

“Bringing it up decades later with his brother by his side was obviously emotional,” he continues. “His sibling lives in Colorado, has a beautiful family, and is quite successful despite having these obstacles currently.”

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