The Actress Sharon Stone is 55
2013 March 13
Hollywood star Sharon Stone celebrates her 55-year anniversary.
The actress was born in the small town of Meadville. She was the second of four children born to factory worker Joseph and housewife Dorothy, they had been wed being teenagers. Stone graduated in 1975 from Saegertown High School in Saegertown, Pennsylvania. When she was 17 years old, Sharon won the title "Miss Crawford County". Two years later, she began a successful model career.
In 1979, Sharon Stone was one of the ten best models of the agency. She was offered a contract with Charlie and Maybelline. For the first time in the movie, Sharon Stone appeared in Woody Allen's "Stardust Memories" (1980) with a non-speaking role as a beautiful woman who fleetingly seen from a moving train.
Stone continued playing small roles such films as Wes Craven's "Deadly Blessing" (1981), short-lived professional baseball drama "Bay City Blues" (NBC, 1983), "Irreconcilable Differences" by Ryan O'Neal (1984), "King Solomon's Mines" (1985) and the follow-up sequel "Allan Quatermain and the Lost City of Gold" (1987) and "Cold Steel" (1988).
First real success came to Sharon Stone in Paul Verhoeven's sci-fi thriller "Total Recall", where she played the role of the imaginary wife of Arnold Schwarzenegger. The star fame to the actress was owing to Paul Verhoeven’s thriller "Basic Instinct". The picture was nominated for two Oscars and grossed 350 millions.
The great creative success for the actress became a film "Casino" by Martin Scorsese. The dramatic role of a prostitute Ginger, who became the wife of the director of the casino played by Robert De Niro. Sharon Stone was nominated for an Oscar and won a Golden Globe Award as Best Actress. In honor of the actress was opened a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
In 2013 she has played in such films as Gods Behaving Badly, Lovelace, Fading Gigolo, What About Love.
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