Sharon Stone Measurement, Height, Weight, Career, Relationship, Award and Net Worth 2019
Sharon Stone Net Worth – Sharon Stone is one of Hollywood’s most famous actresses, who has left audiences spellbound with her riveting performances. This Golden Globe winning actress has starred opposite almost all the leading men in Hollywood.
Sharon Stone has a height of 5 feet 8½ inches or 174 cm. Additionally, she weighs around 58 kg or 128 lbs. She has a body measurement of 36-25-35 inches. Furthermore, her hair color is dark brown and her eye color is blue.
In 1980, Sharon Stone appeared in her first film, as an extra in Woody Allen’s, ‘Stardust Memories’, which received bad reviews and did not attract even the loyal Woody Allen fans. In 1981, she played the role of ‘Lana Marcus’ in the horror film, ‘Deadly Blessing’, which was directed by Wes Craven. The film did not receive good reviews from the critics.
In 1984, she was seen in the American TV series titled, ‘The New Mike Hammer’, which was a mystery-drama. The series did not receive any good ratings. In September 1984, she played the role of ‘Blake Chandler’ in the comedy-drama film titled, ‘Irreconcilable Differences’. The film was directed by Charles Shyer and received Golden Globe nominations.
In 1988, Sharon Stonestarred in the action film, ‘Above the Law’, which was directed by Andrew Davis. The film mostly received positive reviews and was filmed in Chicago. In 1989, she was seen in the drama film, ‘Beyond the Stars’, which was directed by David Saperstein. The film was revolved around a teenage boy whose father worked as a computer scientist.
In 1990, she starred opposite Arnold Schwarzenegger in the Academy Award winning science fiction film titled, ‘Total Recall’. The film was a blockbuster hit.
In 1992, she starred in the erotic thriller film, ‘Basic Instinct’, which was directed by Paul Verhoeven. In the film she played the role of ‘Catherine Tramell’, a crime novelist and an alleged serial killer. The film was a huge hit. In 1995, she played the role of ‘Ginger McKenna Rothstein’ in the Academy Award nominated and Golden Globe winning Martin Scorsese crime-drama, ‘Casino’. In 1999, she earned a Golden Globe nomination for her role as ‘Sarah Little’ in the comedy film, ‘The Muse’, which was directed by Albert Brooks. The film did not do well at the box office.
In 2000, Sharon Stone starred in the Emmy Award winning TV film, ‘If These Walls Could Talk 2’, which was broadcast on HBO. The film revolves around the lives of different lesbian couples. In 2003, she was seen in the Emmy Award winning television drama, ‘The Practice’, which was created by David E. Kelley. The plot of the series revolved around a law firm.
In 2005, she appeared as ‘Dr. Georgia Keller’ on the television sitcom, ‘Will & Grace’. The series was based on the relationship between the two characters, William Truman and Grace Adler.
In 2006, Sharon Stone reprised her role as ‘Catherine Tramell’ in the film ‘Basic Instinct 2’, which was a sequel to the previous released film, ‘Basic Instinct’. The film was slammed by film critics. In 2009, she played the role of ‘Nina Ferraro’ in the action-drama film, ‘Streets of Blood’, which was directed by Charles Winkler. The film was based on a story written by Hess and Dennis Fanning.
In 2010, Sharon Stone appeared as ‘Jo Marlowe’ in four episodes of the television crime drama series, ‘Law & Order: Special Victims Unit’. The series was set in and around New York City.
In January 2013, Sharon Stone played the role of ‘Dorothy Boreman’ in the American biographical film based on the life of pornographic actress, Linda Susan Boreman known to the world as Linda Lovelace.
Sharon Stone has been in relationships with numerous celebrities in her career. She dated actor Hart Bochner in 1988. She was married to Michael Greenburg from 18 August 1984 to 20 January 1987. In 1992, she dated country singer Dwight Yoakam.
Furthermore, Stone has also dated director Paul Verhoeven, actor Michael Douglas, music executive Chris Peters, actor, and writer Johnathon Schaech, George Howe Englund. Jr, Bill MacDonald, Bob Wagner, John F. Kennedy, Jr., Bill Clinton, Eric Clapton, Dweezil Zappa, Russell Crowe.
Sharon Stone was married for the second time to Phil Bronstein. The pair was together 14 February 1998 to 29 January 2004. They adopted a son, Roan Joseph Bronstein in 2000. Stone has also been in relationships with Adrien Brody, Craig Ferguson, Christian Slater, Rick Fox, Jared Leto, Larry Austin, Shareef Malnik, Martin Mica, Antonio Banderas, and David DeLuise.
Stone adopted her second son, Laird Vonne in 2005 and adopted her third son, Quinn Kelly Stone in 2006. At present, Stone is in a relationship with Angelo Boffa.
In 1996, Sharon Stone was the recipient of the Golden Globe Award in the category, ‘Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture – Drama’ for the film ‘Casino’
Sharon Stone has an estimated net worth of around $ 60 million at present.