NEW YORK - Ashton Kutcher admires the way Steve Jobs kept his personal life private, and wishes he could do the same.
"He was better at it than I am," the 35-year old actor says. "This business has a propensity to force you to be more public than you probably want to be."
Kutcher has seen his share of tabloid headlines after his very public breakup with actress Demi Moore and his current relationship with Mila Kunis.
But the actor feels he's getting better at it.
"I think I've learned how to restrict that public image and over the years I'm starting to understand the value of privacy," he says.
Kutcher made the comments at the New York premiere of his new film, "Jobs," where he plays Apple Computer co-founder Steve Jobs.
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