Sharon Stone

Sharon Stone

Highest Rated: 97% The Celluloid Closet (1996)

Lowest Rated: 0% Life on the Line (2016)

Birthday: Mar 10, 1958

Birthplace: Meadville, Pennsylvania

Screen siren, opinionated diva, and one of the few actresses in Hollywood who can claim to be both a Paul Verhoeven muse and a MENSA member, Sharon Stone is nothing if not a legend in her own right. Beginning with her notorious disinclination to wear underwear during a police interrogation in Basic Instinct, Stone went on to become one of the most talked about actresses of the '90s, earning both admiration and infamy for her on- and off-screen personae.Almost as famous as Stone's glamorous image are her working-class roots. Born in the Northwest Pennsylvania town of Meadville on March 10, 1958, Stone grew up a bookworm in a large family. Highly intelligent in addition to being a local beauty pageant queen, she won a scholarship to Pennsylvania's Edinboro University when she was 15 years old. After studying creative writing and fine arts, she decided to pursue a modeling career, and after moving to New York, she signed on with the Eileen Ford agency. Stone became a successful model by the late '70s, appearing in print and television ads for Clairol, Revlon, and Diet Coke.In 1980, Stone branched out into acting, making her screen debut as the "pretty girl on train" in Woody Allen's Stardust Memories. Following this role, she spent the '80s appearing in one forgettable film after another, often cast as the stereotypical blonde bimbo. She finally got a break in 1990, when she appeared as Arnold Schwarzenegger's kickboxing secret-agent wife in Verhoeven's Total Recall. Any recognition she gained for that role, however, was more than eclipsed by the notoriety she earned for her starring turn in her second Verhoeven feature, Basic Instinct. The 1992 film, in which Stone portrayed a bisexual author/sexual adventurer who may or may not be a serial killer, did her a huge favor by making her a star but also a sizable disservice by further typecasting her in blonde seductress roles. Stone's subsequent effort, the erotic thriller Sliver (1993), was an example of this: the actress attracted notice less for her acting than for her willingness to simulate masturbation. Her role in the following year's The Specialist was also fairly limiting -- an action flick co-starring Sylvester Stallone, it called for Stone to run around in a tight dress in heels when she wasn't seducing various characters.In 1995, Stone managed to break into the "serious actress" arena with her performance in Martin Scorsese's Casino. Cast as an ex-prostitute, she won an Oscar nomination and a Golden Globe for her work, as well as the general opinion that she was capable of dramatic acting. Stone branched out further that same year with The Quick and the Dead, a revisionist Western directed by Sam Raimi in which she starred as a tough-talking, hard-drinking broad bent on revenge. Unfortunately, the film was a relative flop, as were her subsequent 1996 films, Diabolique, a remake of the 1954 French film by Clouzot and Last Dance, a drama that featured Stone as a woman on death row. By this point winning more notice for her off-screen role as an arbiter of fashion and old-school Hollywood glamour than for her onscreen acting work, Stone next lent her voice to the animated Antz in 1998. The film proved to be a success, unlike the actress's other projects that year, the lackluster Barry Levinson sci-fi thriller Sphere and The Mighty. The latter film, which Stone produced as well as starred in, was a heartfelt story about two adolescent misfits; although it did win a number of positive reviews, audiences largely kept their distance. The same couldn't be said of Stone's next film, a 1999 remake of Gloria; not only did audiences stay away from it, critics savaged it with vituperative glee. Never one to let a bad review get her down, Stone soon rebounded, receiving a more positive reception for her performance in The Muse and then starring as Jeff Bridges' long-suffering wife in Simpatico. If her roles in the years that followed weren't as high profile, that's certainly not to sa


Highest Rated Movies



No Score Yet What About Love Liz 2020
42% The Laundromat Actor 2019
No Score Yet The Tale of the Allergist's Wife Actor 2019
No Score Yet House of Cardin Actor 2019
18% All I Wish (A Little Something for Your Birthday) Actor 2018
No Score Yet The Invocation Narrator 2018
No Score Yet The Cure Actor 2018
No Score Yet Running Wild Producer Meredity Parish Executive Producer 2017
No Score Yet Mosaic Actor 2017
No Score Yet Into the Night: Portraits of Life and Death Actor 2017
85% Harry Benson: Shoot First Actor $18.3K 2016
0% Life on the Line Duncan's Mother 2016
18% Mothers and Daughters Nina 2016
No Score Yet Jewel's Catch One Actor 2016
55% Fading Gigolo Dr. Parker $3.2M 2014
No Score Yet Femme Actor 2013
53% Lovelace Dorothy Boreman $0.4M 2013
No Score Yet Border Run (The Mule) Executive Producer Sofie 2012
No Score Yet Sunset Strip Actor 2012
No Score Yet Inferno Actor 2012
No Score Yet Gods Behaving Badly Aphrodite 2012
No Score Yet The Burma Conspiracy (Largo Winch (Tome 2)) Diane Francken 2011
40% Streets of Blood Nina Ferraro 2009
No Score Yet No Subtitles Necessary: Laszlo & Vilmos Actor 2008
No Score Yet $5 a Day (Five Dollars a Day) Dolores 2008
No Score Yet The Year of Getting to Know Us Jane Rocket 2008
No Score Yet When a Man Falls in the Forest Karen Fields Producer 2007
No Score Yet If I Had Known I Was a Genius Actor 2007
54% Alpha Dog Olivia Mazursky $15.2M 2007
No Score Yet Harold and The Purple Crayon - Let Your Imagination Soar! Actor 2007
47% Bobby Miriam $11.1M 2006
38% Wassup Rockers Executive Producer $0.2M 2006
6% Basic Instinct 2 Catherine Tramell $5.9M 2006
No Score Yet Journey Into Buddhism: Prajna Earth Narrator 2006
87% Broken Flowers Laura Miller $13.6M 2005
No Score Yet A Different Loyalty Sally Tyler/Sally Cauffield 2005
22% Jiminy Glick in Lalawood Herself $26.2K 2005
No Score Yet The Yatra Trilogy: Prajna Earth - Journey Into Sacred Nature Actor 2004
9% Catwoman Laurel Hedare $40.3M 2004
No Score Yet Special Thanks to Roy London Actor 2004
12% Cold Creek Manor Leah Tilson 2003
80% Searching for Debra Winger Actor 2002
60% Beautiful Joe Hush 2000
No Score Yet If These Walls Could Talk 2 Fran 2000
No Score Yet Picking Up the Pieces Candy 2000
25% Simpatico Rosie 1999
53% The Muse Sarah Liddle 1999
14% Gloria Gloria 1999
No Score Yet The Stars of Star Wars: Interviews from the Cast Actor 1999
75% The Mighty Gwen Dillon 1998
92% Antz Princess Bala 1998
12% Sphere Beth Halperin 1998
No Score Yet Off the Menu: The Last Days of Chasen's Actor 1997
32% Last Dance Cindy Liggett 1996
18% Diabolique Nicole Horner 1996
97% The Celluloid Closet Actor 1996
29% Catwalk Actor 1996
80% Casino Ginger McKenna 1995
57% The Quick and the Dead Producer Ellen 1995
7% The Specialist May Munro 1994
9% Intersection Sally Eastman 1994
36% Last Action Hero Catherine Tramell 1993
11% Sliver Carly Norris 1993
No Score Yet Harlow: The Blonde Bombshell Host 1993
52% Basic Instinct Catherine Tramell 1992
No Score Yet Diary of a Hitman Kiki 1991
No Score Yet Where Sleeping Dogs Lie Serena Black 1991
29% Year of the Gun Alison 1991
No Score Yet Scissors Angie Anderson 1991
33% He Said, She Said Linda 1991
No Score Yet Blood and Sand Dona Sol 1989
No Score Yet Beyond the Stars Laurie McCall 1989
13% Action Jackson Patrice Dellaplane 1988
53% Above the Law Sara Toscani 1988
No Score Yet Tears in the Rain Casey Cantrell 1988
No Score Yet Cold Steel Kathy Connors 1987
0% Police Academy 4 - Citizens on Patrol Claire Mattson 1987
No Score Yet Allan Quatermain and the Lost City of Gold Jesse Huston 1986
8% King Solomon's Mines Jessica 1985
No Score Yet The Vegas Strip Wars Sarah Shipman 1984
57% Irreconcilable Differences Blake Chandler 1984
No Score Yet Calendar Girl Murders Cassie Bascomb 1984
14% Deadly Blessing Lana Marcus 1982
68% Stardust Memories Pretty Girl on train 1980


97% Better Things
90% The New Pope
78% Mosaic
Olivia Lake 2018
No Score Yet Sunday Morning
Appearing 2018
No Score Yet Variety Studio: Actors on Actors
Guest 2018
No Score Yet The Late Late Show With James Corden
Guest 2018
No Score Yet The Late Show With Stephen Colbert
Guest 2018
No Score Yet Conan
Guest 2018
27% Agent X
Natalie Maccabee Executive Producer Producer 2015
No Score Yet The View
Guest 2015
No Score Yet Jimmy Kimmel Live
Guest 2015
No Score Yet The Talk
Guest 2014
78% Law & Order: Special Victims Unit
ADA Jo Marlowe 2010
67% Huff
Dauri Dauri Rathburn 2006
No Score Yet The Daily Show With Jon Stewart
Guest 2006
No Score Yet The Ellen DeGeneres Show
Guest 2006
No Score Yet Will & Grace
Dr. Georgia Keller 2005
No Score Yet The Practice
Sheila Carlisle 2003
76% Roseanne
Neighbor 1995
100% The Larry Sanders Show
No Score Yet Saturday Night Live
Host Guest 1992
No Score Yet War and Remembrance
Janice Henry 1988
No Score Yet Remington Steele
No Score Yet Magnum, P.I.
Diane Dupres 1984
No Score Yet Ratched
67% The Movies


Laurel Hedare says: Game over.

Patience Phillips/Catwoman says: Guess what? It's overtime!

Dr. Parker says: It's like candy, having sex with you. You're 'top shelf'...hard to reach. That's what makes you so good.

Dr. Parker says: You are really top shelf; hard to reach.

Ginger McKenna says: Nicky's methods of betting weren't scientific, but they worked. When he won, he collected. When he lost, he told the bookies to go fuck themselves. I mean, what were they going to do, muscle Nicky? Nicky was the muscle.

Carly Norris says: Get a life...

Bala says: Z, I've gotta help my Mom!

Z says: Don't worry, I know almost exactly what I'm doing!

Bala says: Labor? What you YOU know about labor? How would YOU feel if you were expected to give birth every 10 seconds for the rest of your life?

Azteca says: Labor? What you know about labor? How would you feel if you were expected to give birth every 10 seconds for the rest of your life?

Princess Bala says: Labor? What you know about labor? How would you feel if you were expected to give birth every 10 seconds for the rest of your life?

Lori Quaid says: You wouldn't hurt me, would you sweetheart? Sweetheart, we're married

Doug Quaid says: (shoots Lori) Consider that a Divorce

Doug Quaid says: [shoots Lori] Consider that a divorce.

Laurel Hedare says: If you have no identity, why keep it a secret?

Patience Philips/Catwoman says: Because you killed me!

Lori Quaid says: If I'm not me, then who the hell am I?

Douglas Quaid / Hauser says: If I'm not me, then who the hell am I?

Jesse Huston says: Please let him go I love him...

Laurel Hedare says: No. My advice to you, George, quit the self-tanning. Stop eating Viagra like they're vitamins. Resist the urge to date children born the same day they invented the cell phone. For once, in you miserable like, George, [kicks him] be a man!

Patience Philips/Catwoman says: I'm Patience Phillips.

Laurel Hedare says: That's who's under there?!

Lori Quaid says: Doug, honey... you wouldn't hurt me, would you, sweetheart? Sweetheart, be reasonable. After all, we're married! [Lori goes for her gun, Quaid shoots her in the head, killing her]

Lori Quaid says: Doug, honey... you wouldn't hurt me, would you, sweetheart? Sweetheart, be reasonable. After all, we're married! [Lori goes for her gun, Quaid shoots her in the head, killing her]

Doug Quaid says: Consider that a divorce!

Doug Quaid says: Consider that a divorce!

Melina says: That was your wife? [Quaid nods] What a bitch.

Lori Quaid says: Doug, honey... you wouldn't hurt me, would you, sweetheart? Sweetheart, be reasonable. After all, we're married!

Lori Quaid says: Doug, honey. You wouldn't hurt me, would you, sweetheart? Sweetheart, be reasonable. After all, we're married!

Doug Quaid says: Consider that a divorce!

Bala says: I've meen kindapped by the village idiot! Z: who's the bigger idiot? The Idiot or the idiot who gets kidnapped by the idiot>

Bala says: I've meen kindapped by the village idiot!

Z says: Who's the bigger idiot? The idiot, or the idiot who gets kidnapped by the idiot?

Lori Quaid says: No wonder you're having nightmares. You're always watching the news.