Emma Stone Biography

Emma Stone 2014.jpgDate of Birth 6 November 1988(age 27)

Birth Name Emily Jean Stone

Birthplace: Scottsdale, Arizona, U.S.

Other names Emily Stone, Riley Stone

Height 5′ 6″ (1.68 m)

Occupation Actress

Emma Stone is best known for her acting roles in movies such as ‘The Help,’ ‘Crazy, Stupid, Love’ and ‘The Amazing Spider-Man.’ She’s got a nomination for Oscar for her acting in “Birdman.”

American actress Emma Stone began her career on a VH1 reality show in 2004; she featured in teenager hits Superbad (2007), The House Bunny (2008) and Zombieland (2009). Her role as Olive Penderghast in 2010’s Easy A, which was constructed freely in light of Nathaniel Hawthorne’s novel The Scarlet Letter, earned Stone a nomination in Golden Globe. She had roles in the basically applauded film the romantic comedy Crazy, Stupid, Love and The Help —which were both released in 2011.

Emily Jean “Emma” Stone was born in Scottsdale, Arizona on November 6, 1988.

In the wake of going to an all-young lady Catholic secondary school for one semester, Stone dropped out to concentrate on an acting profession. To persuade her guardians to let her turn to Los Angeles, the witty actress set up together a PowerPoint presentation suitably titled “Project Hollywood,” set to Madonna’s melody, “Hollywood.” At 15 years old, Stone moved with her mom to a Los Angeles flat in January 2004.

Early Career

Stone soon started giving auditions for roles, often emerging for her mark rough voice. She colored her adolescence blonde bolts a dim cocoa as it would help her get more genuine roles.

Television and Film Roles

Stone started showing up on a few hit programs, after her run with reality TV, including NBC’s Medium and Malcolm in the Middle. She soon got a normal role as 17-year-old Violet Trimble on the FOX show Drive (2007), which kept going one and only season. Around this time, Stone tried out for a role on the hit sci-fi show Heroes (2006), eventually losing the role to young on-screen actress Hayden Panettiere.

In 2007, Stone made her element film debut in the teen satire Superbad, with Jonah Hill and Michael Cera. The film, which was produced and written by Seth Rogen and Judd Apatow, was a film industry hit and got a solid basic reaction. After a year, Stone featured in the drama The Rocker, with Rainn Wilson and Christina Applegate; and The House Bunny, with kindred satire actress Anna Faris.

Stone’s mom was determined to have bosom growth and was cured in 2008. Throughout the following couple of years, Stone rose onto the Hollywood scene with roles in a few major movies, including Zombieland, Ghost of Girlfriends Past and Paper Man in 2009.

Stone got supporting actress Golden Globe and Oscar assignments for playing the social media savvy simple girl of a well-known on-screen actor. Stone hit the Broadway stage in late 2014, featuring as Sally Bowles in the recovery of Cabaret, with Alan Cumming.

As of 2016, she has moved back to Los Angeles.


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