Sharon Stone is an American actress who gained recognition for her roles on the television miniseries 'War and Remembrance' (1989) and in the science-fiction action film 'Total Recall' (1990). She became an international sex symbol for portraying Catherine Tramell in the erotic thriller 'Basic Instinct' (1992), which earned her a 'Golden Globe' nomination. It was followed by some of her best roles: Ginger McKenna in Martin Scorsese's 'Casino' (1995) – which won her a 'Golden Globe Award' and an 'Oscar' nomination; Gwen Dillon in 'The Mighty' (1998) and Sarah Little in 'The Muse' (1999) – both of which earned her two more 'Golden Globe' nominations.
Some of the best movies in her filmography include 'Sliver' (1993), 'The Specialis' (1994), 'The Quick and the Dead' (1995), 'If These Walls Could Talk 2' (2000), 'Catwoman' (2004), 'Broken Flowers' (2005), 'Alpha Dog' (2006), 'Bobby' (2006), 'Lovelace' (2013), and 'Fading Gigolo' (2013). Her television credits include 'Bay City Blues' (1983), 'War and Remembrance' (1988), 'Harold and the Purple Crayon' (2001-02), 'The Practice' (2003) – for which she won an 'Emmy', 'Valley of the Wolves' (2005), 'Huff' (2006), 'Law & Order: Special Victims Unit' (2010), 'Agent X' (2015), as well as the upcoming murder mystery 'Mosaic' (2018).
Sharon Stone Awards
|Casino||Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture - Drama||1996|
|The Practice||Outstanding Guest Actress in a Drama Series||2004|
|Basic Instinct||Best Female Performance||1993|
|Basic Instinct||Most Desirable Female||1993|