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Born on March 19, 1958, in Meadville, Pennsylvania, Sharon Stone worked as a model before launching into film, landing roles in features like Irreconcilable Differences and Total Recall. She created major buzz with her scintillating lead part in Basic Instinct, with later roles in Sliver, Gloria and If These Walls Could Talk 2. She was nominated for an Academy Award and won a Golden Globe for Casino.

Breakthrough Role

Her breakthrough film role came in 1990 with the Philip K. Dick action thriller, Total Recall. Stone played Lori, the gorgeous but deadly wife of Douglas Quaid (played by Arnold Schwarzenegger). The film did well with fans, grossing more than $100 million at U.S. box offices. In an effort to promote the film, Stone also appeared that year in a Playboy magazine spread. Her photo shoot earned her a spot on the magazine’s “Top 25 Sexiest Stars of the Century” list.

In 1992, Stone landed the unforgettable role of a bisexual murder suspect in the blockbuster film Basic Instinct. Stone sparked controversy for a particular scene in the film, which required her to cross and uncross her legs in a way which revealed she was not wearing underwear. While Stone initially claimed she was not aware of the level of nudity that would be revealed in the film, she later recanted.

The film was a blockbuster hit, and earned Stone Golden Globe and Saturn award nominations for her performance. She also landed on People magazine’s “50 Most Beautiful People” list shortly after the film’s release.

Career Highlights

Subsequent films, including Sliver (1993) and The Specialist (1994), did not fare as well with critics or fans. The lull in her career led some to claim that her success had more to do with her simmering sexuality than her acting. But Stone proved the critics wrong in 1995 with Martin Scorsese’s Casino. The film won Stone a Golden Globe as well as an Academy Award nomination, and put Stone back in the limelight.

Ref.:en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sharon_Stone‎

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