Sharon Vonne Stone was born on March 10, 1958 to Dorothy and Joseph Stone in Meadville, Pennsylvania, USA. Sharon started acting when she was still in school. With a height of 5 feet 7.5 inches (171 cm), the blonde of blue eyes used to be a beauty pageant contestant and Ford model. Modeling allowed her acting career to blossom, and she has appeared in such films as Total Recall, Basic Instinct, Sliver, Casino, Sphere, and The Muse. Sharon also struggled in TV, beginning with a tiny part in “Not Just Another Affair” (CBS, 1982), the short-lived series “Bay City Blues” (NBC, 1983) and gradually bigger (though not better) roles in the TV movies “Calendar Girl Murders” (ABC, 1984), “The Vegas Strip War” (NBC, 1984), the failed cop-show pilot “Hollywood Starr” (ABC, 1985), “Mr. and Mrs. Ryan” (ABC, 1986), “Badlands 2005” (ABC, 1988) and “Tears in the Rain” (Showtime, 1988). Sharon Stone, a diva who thoroughly enjoys her hard-won stardom, is a clever manipulator of her public image. As a child, she once said she would become the next Marilyn Monroe. And she placed 24th in 1999 by Playboy Magazine as the “100 Sexiest Stars of the Century”. Now she lives at Beverly Hills who runs her own production company, Chaos. Getting along well with the singer Christina Aguilera, Sharon attended Aguilera's November 19, 2005 wedding to music producer Jordan Bratman in Napa Valley, California.
Sharon Stone is an Earth Dog. Of all the signs the Dog symbolizes honor and justice. The honorable Dog is the sign most likely to speak out about wrongs in the world and to call for justice. Sharon has a strong sense of fair play and is usually forthright and outspoken. She tends to be very protective of family members and is likely to enjoy celebrating her country’s independence day with her family. Her sense of loyalty, plus sincerity and kindness, makes Sharon Stone a most desirable friend. In fact she is almost as concerned and protective of her friends as she is of her family. She also boasts excellent powers of discernment. In other words, she chooses her battles carefully. By nature Sharon is not exactly a diplomatic critic, even when dealing with the ones she most loves. The Earth person’s approach to life’s challenges is not unlike that of the tortoise in the fabled race with the hare. Methodically and inexorably Sharon Stone marches towards her goals. Furthermore, she exhibits a great deal of common sense and practicality along the way. Sharon realistically approaches daily life thinking about what needs to be done and the best way to do it. She tends to be industrious and hard working, the nose to the grindstone type who more often than not is very responsible and known at work for her reliability. These qualities together make her a valued member of any group.