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How Jobs Star Josh Gad Lost 30 Lbs. | Josh Gad

Josh Gad Loses 30 Lbs. by Dieting

Originally posted 08/14/2013 11:45AM

Josh Gad is slimming down!

The Jobs actor, 32, has lost at least 30 lbs. for upcoming movie roles by working with a nutritionist and cutting down "from about 18 meals a day to about five," he told PEOPLE at the L.A. premiere of the Steve Jobs biopic, which also stars Ashton Kutcher and hits theaters Friday.

So what's on the menu of his new meal plan?

Gad, who plays Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak in Jobs, says he eats seven egg whites with avocado on top and a grapefruit for breakfast. Two hours later, he drinks a protein shake and then will snack on some almonds, followed by a lunch of 7 oz. of turkey on a salad with nonfat dressing. Before a dinner of salmon and veggies, he drinks another protein shake.

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PHOTO: Can You Tell Ashton Kutcher from Steve Jobs? | Ashton Kutcher, Steve Jobs

Ashton Kutcher Shares Photo of Himself as Steve Jobs

Originally posted 01/31/2013 12:00PM

It's uncanny!

We've seen Ashton Kutcher as the late Apple visionary Steve Jobs for his upcoming biopic jOBSs, but never quite like this.

Kutcher, 34, shared a photo of himself split with an older Jobs, who died in 2011, and the two look practically identical with the receding hairline and wire-rim glasses.

"Thank you Sundance for your support of Jobs," he wrote as a caption to the photo.

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Ashton Kutcher as Steve Jobs: What Do You Think? | Ashton Kutcher, Steve Jobs

Ashton Kutcher as Steve Jobs: What Do You Think?

Originally posted 04/02/2012 07:30AM

Ashton Kutcher is due to play Steve Jobs in the indie movie Jobs, which is scheduled to start shooting in May, says the Hollywood Reporter.

The trade paper – noting that the Two and a Half Men star bears an uncanny resemblance to the Apple co-founder, who died in October – says the movie, to be directed by Joshua Michael Stern (Swing Vote) from a script by Matt Whiteley, will trace Jobs's rise from Northern California hippie to computer innovator.

Another movie about Jobs is also in the pipeline, based on Walter Isaacson's best-selling biography and being prepared by Sony Pictures, though this biopic starring Kutcher is looking to be first out of the gate.

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