By  on March 27, 2012

LOS ANGELES — Explaining his new haircut, Ashton Kutcher was quoted in People as joking recently during a PaleyFest panel that “Jesus wanted [his look] back, so I gave it to him.”

If the actor thought less about a higher power and more about his bottom line, he probably booked his haircut on StyleSeat. That’s because Kutcher and Guy Oseary’s A-Grade Investments are part of a $775,000 round of funding for the Web site, a San Francisco-based online scheduling system likened to OpenTable for salons and spas. Others involved in the latest round of investment include Sophia Bush; Founders Fund, which is led by former PayPal and Facebook tech luminaries, and a long list of current investors, including Uber co-founder and chief executive officer Travis Kalanick and Google Inc. executive turned Twitter investor Chris Sacca, who participated in a $750,000 funding round in 2010.

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