Birthdate: 10th March 1958
Birthplace: Meadville, Pensylvannia, USA
Occupations: Actor, Model, Producer (Sharon Stone's career & work)
Height: 5' 7"
Eyes color: Grey-blue
Hair color: Blonde
Saegertown High School, Saegertown, Pensylvannia
(comment by Sharon Stone's classmate)
University of Pennsylvania at Edinboro; majored in creative writing and fine arts
Studied acting with Marilyn Freid and Jack Waltzer
Studied at both the Tracy Roberts and Harvey Lembeck Improvisational Comedy Workshops
mother: Dorothy Stone, homemaker, Avon employee
father: Joseph Stone, factory worker
brother: Michael, actor
sister: Kelly, executive director of Planet Hope
Sharon and love...
Michael Greenburg (ex husband), associate producer; married 1984 - divorced 1987
Dwight Yoakam, singer, actor
Hart Bochner, actor
Garry Shandling, comedian
Chris Peters, music producer
Bill McDonald, producer; engaged to be married; met on the set of Sliver
Bob Wagner, assistant director; worked on two 1995 movies starring Stone
Barry Josephson, executive; dated in 1995
Michael Benasra, businessman; dated summer of 1996
Phil Bronstein (present husband), journalist, editor; born 1951; married on 14th February 1998
But real upturn came in 1992 with a great movie Basic Instinct. Her role of sexually voracious crime writer made from her one of the biggest star in Hollywood and established her as a sexual symbol. In Basic Instinct Sharon revealed to the world one more thing: there was nothing between her and her tight dress. In a more conventionally sympathetic role, Stone followed up with another sizzling sex melodrama, Sliver (1993), which did middling business stateside but proved a solid success overseas. On the set of this movie (Sliver) Sharon met a producer Bill McDonald. They were engaged to be married for some time.
She again flexed her international box-office clout paired with Sylvester Stallone in the explosive actioner The Specialist (1994) but fared much less well commercially with her next project, The Quick and the Dead (1995), which marked her producing debut. Stone looked terrific in Western duds playing something of a distaff version of a Clint Eastwood-like gunfighter. Her directorial choice, Sam Raimi, helmed the smartly derivative tale with style to spare but the critical reception was uneven and the domestic take pathetic. In 1995 she got part in Scorsese's Casino. For this role she was awarded by Golden Globe and was nominated for Oscar. Her next character part was in Last Dance, where Sharon played a woman in prison waiting for the execution. In Sphere she played beside Dustin Hoffman. Her newest movies are Gloria, The Mighty and The Muse.
Sphere was released on Valentine's weekend, coincided with Sharon's marriage to San Francisco newspaper editor Phil Bronstein. They are together still happy and in Spring 2000 they adopted a child. Their son is called Roan Joseph Bronstein and was born to Texas teenagers on May 22 2000. And please remember, Sharon is not only beautiful, she is also very clever with an IQ of 154! And what can we wish to Sharon in her future life? Just only the greatest movies and happy marriage.