Who Did Mila Kunis Play On Days Of Our Lives?

The "Days of Our Lives" cast has changed a lot over the years. The NBC soap opera has been on the air for more than five decades, which means there has been a revolving door of cast members and surprise cameos. According to People, plenty of very famous faces have graced the streets of the fictional midwestern town of Salem over the years. Actors such as "Supernatural" star Jensen Ackles, who played the role of Eric Brady, have been seen in multiple episodes.

Other familiar faces like Pamela Anderson, Pat Sajak, Lisa Rinna, Kathie Lee Gifford, and Jamie Chung have also appeared in episodes of the long-running sudser. Meanwhile, a young Tara Reid previously held a role on the show, as well as country music star LeAnn Rimes. Stars like Ashley Benson (Pretty Little Liars) and Andrea Barber (Full House) also portrayed young versions of important characters before heading off to more television success.

Meanwhile, longtime viewers may remember a very young Mila Kunis gracing the small screen as she landed a role on "DOOL" when she was just 11 years old.

Mila Kunis once played an iconic DOOL character

According to Soap Hub, Mila Kunis was just 11 years old when she was spotted during an episode of "Days of Our Lives," marking the first TV role of the actress' career. In the episode, Kunis portrayed a young version of Hope Williams (Kristian Alfonso) in a flashback. The character of Hope is the daughter of Addie Horton and Doug Williams (via Soap Central). Over the years, she became one of the most popular and beloved among "DOOL" fans. Of course, Hope's pairing with bad boy Bo Brady went on to become iconic, and the two skyrocketed to super couple status in no time, per She Knows Soaps.

Meanwhile, following her brief stint on "Days of Our Lives," Kunis went on to land roles on shows such as "Baywatch" and "7th Heaven" before getting her big break as the character of Jackie Burkhart in "That 70s Show" at the age of 14. That role ultimately changed Kunis' life, as she met actor Ashton Kutcher on set. The two carried on a years-long friendship before they finally began dating. The couple walked down the aisle in July 2015, and currently share two children, daughter Wyatt and son Dimitri.

While Kunis has made her way from television to movies such as "Bad Moms," "Friends with Benefits," and "Black Swan" (via IMDb) she got her start thanks to "Days of Our Lives," and her fans are so happy that she did.