Sharon Stone is a popular Hollywood actress and shot to fame by sharing screen presence with Hollywood icon Arnold Schwarzenegger in a Science-fiction action film ' Total Recall' that released in 1990. It was the most expensive film released at that time. The film received thundering response at box office and swept away many Academy Awards. In this movie, she played the role of the loving wife of Arnold Schwarzenegger.

Besides having won major awards in Hollywood, Sharon Stone also has made numerous appearances in television programs and television films too. The actress also won nomination for Academy Awards Best Actress Category for the 1995 American movie ‘Casino’ in which she was cast opposite Robert De Niro. Although she missed an Oscar for movie ‘Casino’ she fetched the prestigious Golden Globe Award for Best Actress. In this movie, she played the role of a scheming, self-absorbed wife. Before this movie, she won an international acclaim for 'Basic Instinct' (1992). It was an erotic psychopath killer movie and the film faced a lot of public protests, and even critics panned the movie for showing over-sensual scenes and for its overt sexuality too. But the film was ranked as one of the highest grossing movies in theaters. For ’Basic Instinct’ she topped the best desirable female award by MTV Awards.

After Basic Instinct's success, Stone featured even in a sequel titled 'Basic Instinct-2', which was a failure at the box office. Despite a poor response to ’Basic instinct-2’, the actress told media that she intends to appear in the third sequel and wanted to try her luck in direction too. But that did not happen. 

In 1980, Stone actress made her debut with a brief role in ‘Stardust Memories' (1980) in which she appears in the opening of the movie giving a flying kiss through a train window. In the year 1998, the actress won the nomination for Best Supporting Actress category for movie ‘Mighty’ ( 1998) for the Golden Globe Award but lost to actress Janet McTeer for Tumbleweeds'. Her other two notable movies are ‘Lovelace’ (2013) wherein she played actress Amanda Seyfried's mother, and 'Alpha Dog' (2006) wherein she played actor Anton Yelchin's mother.

Sharon Stone was considered once as one of Hollywood’s sexiest figure.  Sharon is now seen appearing in a TV series ’The Agent’ wherein she appears as America's first female Vice President. The actress is also known for appearing on another American TV series ‘Law & Order: Special Victims Unit’, and critics had unanimously appreciated her for her good performance. 

Sharon Stone was earlier a gifted model too. But she had quit modeling to become an actress.  Born on March 10, 1958, she tied her knot with producer Michael Greenburg, whom she met on sets of TV film 'The Vegas Strip War' and fell in love. They both tied knots in 1984. Later, after three years of marriage, they parted and got divorced. Again she had a relationship with William J. MacDonald, an American film producer and got engaged. William divorced his wife, but Sharon too did not continue the relationship after one year in 1994. In 1995, she met Bob Wagner, an assistant director and even got engaged to him. In 1998, Sharon met journalist Phil Bronstein and tied the know but could not sustain the relationship after 2003 and eventually got divorced in 2004. Sh

Sharon has three adopted sons. The actress is involved in many charitable works across the globe.

Jada Pinkett Smith English Actress

Jada Pinkett Smith

Jada Pinkett Smith is an American singer, writer, actor and a businesswoman. She started her career in 1990 with a small role in True Colors. She has been a part of more than 20 movies of different plot style and theme. She runs a charity organization named Will and Jada Smith Family Foundation, who works for the poor and backward class of the society. She was born in Maryland. Her father Robsol, was a contractor and her mother Adrienne Banfield was a nurse. She went to Baltimore School of the Arts. She was always interested in acting and had been a part of various drama competitions in the school time. She got her first move when she joined True Colors which was a sitcom. She made her debut with the movie Menace II Society in the year 1993. Later she appeared in movies like Lyric (1994), The Nutty Professor (1996), Set it Off (1996), Scream 2 (1997). She had also directed various musical videos and even designed women’s clothes. In 2000 she appeared in Bamboozled by Spike Lee. The movie was based on a controversial plot of the racial bias which happens in the television industry. In 2001 she along with her husband Will Smith was a part of the biopic Ali. Her character was of Ali's first wife named Sonji. Her role in movies The Matrix Reloaded in 2003 and The Matrix Revolutions in the same year gained her a lot of popularity. Her character and presentation of the roles was appreciated by the critics. She has done movies with Adam Sandler, Don Cheadle, Meg Ryan, Eva Mendes, and Annette Bening in movies like The Women and Reign Over Me. In 2008 she stepped into direction with The Human Contract. In 2003, she and her husband created a television series All of Us, which was aired on UPN. She turned into a writer in 2004 and published Girls Hold Up This World, which was a children’s book. She runs a charity organization named Will and Jada Smith Family Foundation, who works for the poor and backward class of the society. She believes in charity and is associated with many organizations and denotes money and helps them with any kind of help. She met the love of her life Will Smith on the sets of television series The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air. She had given audition for the role of his girlfriend but was not selected. After this Smith and Jada became good friends. They both started dating 1995 and in 1997, they got married at The Cloisters. The couple has three children Jaden, Willow and Trey Smith. She believes that children should be handled with care and gives them personal attention. With her performances, she has made many awards in her kitty. She has won the Blockbuster Entertainment Award for Scream 2, Black Reel Award for Bamboozled, Teen Choice Awards for The Matrix Reloaded, Image Award for Hawthorne and many more.


Frances McDormand

Frances McDormand was born Frances Louise McDormand in 1957 on 23rd of June. She was born in Chicago of Illinois in the United States. She was an adopted child for parents Noreen E Nickleson and Vernon V. McDormand who were a nurse/receptionist and a Christ Pastor by profession respectively. Her parents had no biological children of their own and adopted Frances siblings one of whom a Dorothy A. McDormand is also a chaplain and Discipline of Christ members. When she was a child, her father moved her family around many towns of Illinois, Kentucky, Georgia and Tennesse before finally settling in Pennsylvania’s Monessen. The reason for so much moving around towns was that her father Venon McDormand was a specialist in the restoration of congregations. It was in Monessen that she completed her high school education from the Monessen High School in the year 1975. In 1979, she studied in West Virginia at Bethany College and received a B.A degree in Theater. Frances also earned her Master’s Degree in Fine Arts from the Yale School of Drama where she had fellow actress Holly Hunter as her roommate. Frances started her acting Career working in a Play that was written by Derek Walcott and was a funding project of McArthur Foundation. The play was in Trinidad and Tobago. She made her appearance in the film industry in 1984 with her film “Blood Simple” which also happened to be the debut project for the Coen Brothers, Joel and Ethan Coen. She went on to marry Joel Coen in the same year of 1984.In the year 1985, Frances shared house with once roommate Holly Hunter and a director Sam Raimi in The Bronx. In the year 1987, she played the character of a friend of Dot in a Nicholas Cage and Holly Hunter starrer “Rising Arizona”. She even has roles on TV like that of Connie Chapman in “Hill Street Blues”, a police drama series, to her credit. She has been in the industry for over three decades and is well respected for her contribution to the industry. She has portrayed many roles over the year in both theatrical, film and television industry. Over the years, she has garnered critical acclaim from both the Academy and the critics alike. She has many awards to her credit and has received nominations from the Academy Awards four times. Some of her most remarkable roles were in films like “Mississippi Burning” in 1998-89, “Short Cuts” in 1993, “Fargo” in 1996-97, and “Almost Famous” in 200-01, etc. Her Movie Fargo won her almost 22 nominations out of which she won almost 18 awards including a Screen Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by Female Lead, Academy Award for the Best Actress, New York Critics Award for Best Actress, etc. In 2015, another one of films called “Olive Kitteridge” won her five nominations out of which she won four of them including another Screen Guilds Award for Best Actress, Critics Choice Award for Best Actress and a Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Performance as a Female Lead. She has displayed her talent and versatility over the period of her career and continues to prove the same till date. She also has a son whom she adopted with her husband of now more than 30 years. She adopted her son Pedro who though was born in 1994 in Paraguay and was brought home to live with them in Manhattan in New York.

Frances McDormand English Actress