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Sharon Stone

   

Birth name:

Sharon Vonne Stone

Born:

10-Mar-1958

Birthplace:

Meadville, Pennsylvania, USA

Gender:

Female

Race or Ethnicity:

White

Sexual orientation:

Straight

Occupation:

Actress

Nationality:

United States

Executive summary:

Basic Instinct

Height:

5' 8½" (1.74 m)

 
 

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Sharon Stone - Biography

 

Sharon Yvonne Stone (born March 10, 1958) is an American actress, film producer, and former fashion model. She first achieved international recognition for her performance in the erotic thriller Basic Instinct. She was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Actress and won a Golden Globe Award for Best Actress in a Motion Picture Drama for her role in Casino.

Stone was born in Meadville, Pennsylvania. The second of four children, she is the daughter of Dorothy (née Lawson), an accountant and homemaker, and Joseph Stone, a tool and die manufacturer. Stone graduated in 1975 from Saegertown High School in Saegertown, Pennsylvania, graduating early in an accelerated study program in conjunction with Edinboro University of Pennsylvania. After graduating from high school, she briefly attended Edinboro.
As a teenager, she worked at a fast food restaurant.

Stone won the title of Miss Crawford County in Meadville. One of the pageant judges said she should quit school and move to New York City to become a fashion model. When her mother heard this, she agreed, and, in 1977 Stone left Meadville, moving in with an aunt in New Jersey. Within four days of her arrival in New Jersey, she was signed by Ford Modeling Agency in New York. After signing with Ford, Stone spent a few years modeling and appeared in TV commercials for Burger King, Clairol and Maybelline.

While living in Europe, she decided to quit modeling and become an actress. "So I packed my bags, moved back to New York, and stood in line to be an extra in a Woody Allen movie," she later recalled. While auditioning, she met Michelle Pfeiffer, who recognized her from the pageant she competed in, and the two became friends. Stone was cast for a brief but memorable role in Allen's Stardust Memories (1980), and then had a speaking part a year later in the horror movie Deadly Blessing (1981). When French director Claude Lelouch saw Stone in Stardust Memories, he was so impressed that he cast her in Les Uns et Les Autres (1982) starring James Caan. She was only on screen for two minutes and did not appear in the credits.
Her next role was in Irreconcilable Differences (1984), starring Ryan O'Neal, Shelley Long, and a young Drew Barrymore. Stone plays a starlet who breaks up the marriage of a successful director and his screenwriter wife. The story was based on the real-life experience of director Peter Bogdanovich, his set designer wife Polly Platt and Cybill Shepherd, who as a young actress had starred in Bogdanovich's The Last Picture Show (1971), which co-starred Stone's mother-in-law Cloris Leachman and won her an Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress. The highlight of Stone's performance is when her cocaine-addict character plays Scarlett O'Hara in a musical pitched as a remake of Gone with the Wind.
Through the rest of the 1980s she appeared in Action Jackson (1988), King Solomon's Mines (1985) and Allan Quatermain and the Lost City of Gold (1987). She was nominated for a Razzie Award for Worst Actress for her performance in Allan Quatermain and the Lost City of Gold. She also played the wife of Steven Seagal's character in Above the Law (1988). She appeared in a two-part episode of Magnum, P.I., titled "Echoes of the Mind", where she played identical twins, one a love interest of Tom Selleck's character.
Also in 1988, Stone took over the role of Janice Henry for the filming of the miniseries War and Remembrance.

Her appearance in Total Recall (1990) with Arnold Schwarzenegger gave Stone's career a jolt. To coincide with the movie's release, she posed nude for Playboy, showing off the muscles she developed in preparation for the movie (she lifted weights and learned Tae Kwon Do). In 1999, she was rated among the 25 sexiest stars of the century by Playboy.
The role that made her a star was that of Catherine Tramell, a brilliant, bisexual serial killer, in Basic Instinct (1992). Stone had to wait and actually turned down offers for the mere prospect to play Tramell (the part was offered to 13 other actresses and considered to 150 women before being offered to Stone). Several better known actresses of the time such as Geena Davis, Michelle Pfeiffer, Meg Ryan, Melanie Griffith, Kelly Lynch, Jennifer Jason Leigh and Julia Roberts turned down the part mostly because of the nudity required. In the movie’s most notorious scene, Tramell is being questioned by the police and she crosses and uncrosses her legs, revealing the fact she was not wearing any underwear. According to Stone, upon seeing her own vulva in the leg-crossing scene during a screening of the film, she went into the projection booth and slapped director Paul Verhoeven.
Stone claimed that although she agreed to film the flashing scene with no panties, and although she and Verhoeven had discussed the scene from the beginning of production, she was unaware just how explicit the infamous shot would be. She said, "I knew that we were going to do this leg-crossing thing and I knew that we were going to allude to the concept that I was nude, but I did not think that you would see my vagina in the scene. Later, when I saw it in the screening I was shocked. I think seeing it in a room full of strangers was so disrespectful and so shocking, so I went into the booth and slapped him and left."
Despite this, she claimed in an earlier interview that "it was so fun" watching the film for the first time with strangers. Verhoeven has denied all claims of trickery and said, "As much as I love her, I hate her too, especially after the lies she told the press about the shot between her legs, which was a straight lie". Screenwriter Joe Eszterhas, who later befriended the actress, also claimed the actress was fully aware of the level of nudity involved in his memoir, Hollywood Animal.
Following this film, she was listed by People as one of the 50 most beautiful people in the world.
In 1992, photographer George Hurrell took a series of photographs of Stone, Sherilyn Fenn, Julian Sands, Raquel Welch, Eric Roberts and Sean Penn. In these portraits he recreated his style of the 1930s, with the actors posing in costumes, hairstyle and makeup of the period.
In November 1995, Stone received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, located at 6925 Hollywood Blvd. That same year, Empire chose her as one of the 100 sexiest stars in film history. In October 1997, she was ranked among the top 100 movie stars of all time by Empire.
In 1995, she received a Golden Globe Award for Best Actress in a Dramatic Motion Picture for her role as "Ginger" in Martin Scorsese's Casino opposite Robert De Niro. She also earned an Academy Award nomination for Best Actress for the role.
In 2001, Stone was linked to a biopic of the German film director Leni Riefenstahl. The prospective director Paul Verhoeven and Riefenstahl herself favoured Stone to portray Riefenstahl in the film. According to Verhoeven, he discussed the project with Stone and she was very interested. Subsequently, Verhoeven pulled out of the project as he wanted to hire a more expensive screenwriter than the producers did.
Stone was hospitalized in late 2001 for a subarachnoid hemorrhage, which was diagnosed as a vertebral artery dissection rather than the more common ruptured aneurysm, and treated with an endovascular coil embolization.
Stone starred opposite actress Ellen DeGeneres in the 2001 HBO movie If These Walls Could Talk 2, in which she played a lesbian trying to start a family. In 2003, she appeared in three episodes from the eighth season of The Practice. For her performances, she received an Emmy Award for Outstanding Guest Actress in a Drama Series.

Stone attempted a return to the mainstream with a role in the film Catwoman (2004); however, the film was a critical and commercial flop.
After years of litigation, Basic Instinct 2: Risk Addiction was released on March 31, 2006. A reason for a long delay in releasing the film was reportedly Stone's dispute with the filmmakers over the nudity in the movie; she wanted more, while they wanted less. A group sex scene was cut in order to achieve an R rating from the MPAA for the U.S. release; the controversial scene remained in the U.K. version of the London-based film. Stone told an interviewer, "We are in a time of odd repression and if a popcorn movie allows us to create a platform for discussion, wouldn't that be great?"
Despite an estimated budget of $70 million, it placed only 10th in gross on its debut weekend with a meager $3,200,000, and was subsequently declared a bomb. It ultimately ran in theaters for only 17 days and finished with a total domestic gross of under $6 million. Despite the failure of Basic Instinct 2, Stone has said that she would love to direct and act in a third Basic Instinct film.
She appeared in the drama Alpha Dog opposite Bruce Willis, playing Olivia Mazursky, the mother of a real-life murder victim. Stone wore a fatsuit for the role. In February 2007, Stone found her role as a clinically depressed woman in her latest film, When a Man Falls in the Forest, uplifting, as it challenged what she called "Prozac society." "It was a watershed experience," she said. "I think that we live in a... Prozac society where we're always told we're supposed to have this kind of equilibrium of emotion. We have all these assignments about how we're supposed to feel about something."
In December 2006, she co hosted the Nobel Peace Prize Concert in Oslo, Norway together with Anjelica Huston. The concert was in honor of the Nobel Peace Prize winners Muhammad Yunus and Grameen Bank.
In 2007, she appeared in a television commercial demonstrating the symptoms of a stroke.
On January 5, 2010, it was announced that Sharon will be joining the cast of Law & Order: Special Victims Unit for a four-episode arc beginning in April 2010. She will play a former cop-turned-prosecutor.

Stone lives in Beverly Hills, California, and owns a ranch in New Zealand. In March 2006, Stone traveled to Israel to promote peace in the Middle East through a press conference with Nobel Peace Prize winner Shimon Peres. Stone also has diabetes and loves raspberries .

In April 2004, she was awarded the National Center for Lesbian Rights Spirit Award in San Francisco for her support and involvement with organizations that serve the lesbian, gay and HIV/AIDS community and performed Can't Get You Out of My Head with Kylie Minogue in Cannes for AIDS research. She was presented the award by San Francisco Mayor Gavin Newsom.
It has been said that her parents raised her with feminist values. "My dad never raised me to believe that being a woman inhibited any of my choices or my possibilities to succeed. To be a feminist like Dad in that blue-collar, middle-class world is a big stand."

On January 28, 2005, Stone helped solicit pledges for $1 million in five minutes for mosquito nets in Tanzania, turning a panel on African poverty into an impromptu fund-raiser at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland. Many observers, including UNICEF, criticized her actions by claiming that Stone had reacted instinctively to the words of Tanzanian President Benjamin Mkapa, because she had not done her research on the causes, consequences and methods of preventing malaria; if she had done so, she would have found out that most African governments already distribute free bed nets through public hospitals.
Of the $1 million pledged, only $250,000 was actually raised. In order to fulfill the promise to send $1 million worth of bed nets to Tanzania, UNICEF contributed $750,000. This diverted funds from other UNICEF projects. According to prominent economist Xavier Sala-i-Martín, officials are largely unaware of what happened with the bed nets. Some were delivered to the local airport. These reportedly were stolen and later resurfaced as wedding dresses on the local black market.

Stone was first married briefly to George Englund Jr. In 1984, she married television producer Michael Greenburg on the set of The Vegas Strip War, a TV movie he produced and she starred in. The marriage lasted three years. They separated three years later, and their divorce was finalized in 1990.
On February 14, 1998, she married Phil Bronstein, executive editor of the San Francisco Examiner and later San Francisco Chronicle. Stone and Bronstein were divorced in January 2004. They have an adopted son named Roan Joseph Bronstein, born on May 22, 2000. She also adopted her second son, Laird Vonne Stone on May 7, 2005. On June 28, 2006, Stone adopted her third son, Quinn Kelly.
In 2005, during a television interview for her movie Basic Instinct 2, Stone hinted an interest in bisexuality, stating "Middle age is an open-minded period". Stone has said that in the past she's "dated" girls. While filming Basic Instinct, her best girlfriend was there to hold her hand out of camera range during some of the scenes. And in a biography, Naked Instinct, author Frank Sanello details a sexual liaison between Stone and a woman in the bathroom of the Beverly Hills Hotel. In an interview on the Michael Parkinson talk show in England on March 18, 2006, she said she was "straight". However, in January 2008, she was quoted as saying, "Everybody is bisexual to an extent. Now men act like women and it's difficult to have a relationship because I like men in that old-fashioned way. I like masculinity and, in truth, only women do that now".

 

Sharon Stone - Personal Quotes

 

"I was, like, forty at birth. When I wasn't even a year old, I spoke, I was potty trained, I walked and talked. That was it. Then I started school and drove everybody crazy because they realized I had popped out as an adult. I had adult questions and wanted adult answers."

"My father has always been supportive of my individuality." - in a Barbara Walters interview, September 1993.

"It's traumatizing for me to come to Washington during a Republican administration because I don't have any Republican clothes." - Washington Post, June 20, 2001

"Any man in Hollywood will meet me if I want that. No, make that any man anywhere."

"My personal style and public style are very different. When I go out, I play dress up."

"Never play cards with a guy named Doc. Never eat at a place called Mom's. And never have sex with anybody who has more problems than you do."

"...be willing to say yes, no matter who says no, and to say no, regardless of who says yes."

On the benefits of being famous: "I find I get to torture a higher class of men."

"I dress up to show that I am happy." 1994.

"It was my first movie (Stardust Memories (1980)) and the opportunity of working with Woody Allen. It was a great experience, and I can compare it, in sexual terms, with the lost of virginity".

"It's my experience that you really can't lose when you try the truth."

"People don't change their behavior unless it makes a difference for them to do so."

Asked to pay tribute to troops fighting in Iraq: "I know it's a difficult time for you to come out to party during such a time of strife in our world. My feeling is that I hope everyone will be safe and protected and taken care of, and our prayers are with the people around the world who will be affected by this."

"I like to drive with my knees. Otherwise, how can I put on my lipstick and talk on the phone?"

"I've had the same breasts for my entire adult life."

"If you have a vagina and an attitude in this town, then that's a lethal combination."

Stone found her brush with death from a brain aneurysm has given her a new lease of life: "This brilliant, bright, white vortex of light was upon me. And then I was met by some of my friends, people who are very dear to me. But it was over very fast and suddenly I was back in the room and in my own body. It affected me so profoundly that I realized my life would never be the same again. It has definitely given me a new perspective on my career."

"Ava Gardner was the most beautiful woman in the world, and it's wonderful that she didn't cut up her face. She addressed aging by picking up her chin and receiving the light in a better way. And she looked like a woman. She never tried to look like a girl."

"Women might be able to fake orgasms. But men can fake whole relationships."

"If you act like you know what you're doing, you can do anything you want- except neurosurgery."

"I bake all the time, but I don't like to eat the cookies when they're done. I just like the dough."

"I don't believe make up and the right hairstyle alone can make a woman beautiful. The most radiant woman in the room is the one full of life and experience."

When told Madonna has said she wants to kiss her: "Not in this lifetime. Why? Because I'm the only one she hasn't done it to."

"We Barbie dolls are not supposed to behave the way I do."

"I believe that if you truly, truly love your children, you need to supply condoms in a place in your home, at a quantity that makes it a non-judgmental situation for them to have them... If they want to make water balloons out of them, great. If they want to carry them so they feel tough, great. If they want to give them to their friends, even better."

"Carole Lombard, Clark Gable, Ginger Rogers, Fred Astaire - that was my idea of what it was supposed to be like. I thought, 'Well, I can do that even if no one else does.' Who cares? I dress up to show that I am happy and grateful to be there. That's what you do where I come from. I don't feel like saying, 'fuck you.' I feel like saying, 'thank you.'"

"I thought when I made my first big mistakes in public that that was really going to be the end of me. My parents cried. My friends were desperate."

On fame: "It would walk into the room and eat you, or take you for a ride through a fabulous jungle - or it could slap the living daylights out of you, laugh, and leave."

"If you don't want my peaches, don't shake my tree."

"I have this philosophy that money talks and cash screams."

"After you've been through all that stuff, the rest of this is just kid's stuff. As Winston Churchill says, when you're going through hell, keep going".

"People get very hung up on whether they gave birth. ... I've come to understand that it's not who 'has' you, but who loves you that shapes you as a person."

"Peace does exist. It exists in your heart and soul."

"I'm more honest, more true, more vulnerable because I used to think that I was supposed to be fearless. Now I know that its okay to be afraid as long as you show up."

"The villain is like a cobra. They watch, they watch, they watch. And then they strike."

"Celebrity is a pretty stunning thing. At first I was like 'They love me! Oh, I love them, too!' And suddenly, I was tap-dancing on my pedestal and it was WHACK! Facedown in the dirt."

[Talking about Basic Instinct 2 (2006)]: "By the time the film is released, I will be 48 and I wanted to do the nudity in a way that's quite brazen. I wanted her to be very masculine, like a man in a steam room and I wanted the audience to have a moment where they realize she's naked and then realize that she's a forty something woman and naked. Because we're not used to seeing that in movies. We're used to seeing Sean Connery and his granddaughter, you know what I mean? Or Mel Gibson and his daughter".

"My mother gave me a jar of Avon Rich Moisture Cream when I was 14. She said, 'Don't ask me why; you'll thank me later.'" -Woman's World, 4-11-06

"In this business there is Plan A, in which you become successful by living and acting with a lot of integrity. Then there's Plan B, where you sell your soul to the Devil. I still find it hard to distinguish one from the other."

"I've really given up my life to God, and I know that's why I'm OK and at peace. I've never had a conflict when I'm praying on a set."

"I've been at this so long that I knew everyone in the business long before I became famous, and I didn't have any value to many of them. Now, suddenly, the people who were coarse and rude to me before treat me as though we've never met, and now I'm fabulous, they're fabulous and isn't it fabulous we're chatting."

"My children need to have someone they can look up to, someone they can look at and say, Gee, I'd like to be just like him, So I don't want to just bring some schmuck around them. When I meet people I have to think about are they going to be a good example for my sons."

"For the first half of your life, you get the face that you're born with. And for the second half you get the face you deserve. And it's important to recognize the beauty within you and allow it to grow by being the greater person that you can be."

"People are just sitting there going, 'I don't care what she's saying, I just want to know does she get naked in the movie? Is she naked? Nude nude nude naked, do I see her boobies?'" -during a Basic Instinct 2 press conference

"At 47, you have thoughtfulness and dignity and spiritual elegance...You have something to say. It's not just, Hi! I look terrific in a bathing suit.'"

"When you've had a long career, nobody has not made movies that aren't successful, it's your job, not a hobby."

"Being professional in what I do is very important to me. Flakes don't make it to the top, pros do. Acting is a tough scene that becomes your whole life and to survive in that kind of environment you must be humane and honest."

"I was this cute young girl with a nice ass who was a terrible actress. But I've worked real hard to become a good actress and now I think I'm starting to reap the benefits of that hard work." (from a 1990 interview)

 

Sharon Stone - Filmography

 

Satisfaction (2010/II) .... Emma
The Guest Room (2010)
Streets of Blood (2009) (V) .... Nina Ferraro
$5 a Day (2008) .... Dolores Jones
The Year of Getting to Know Us (2008) .... Jane Rocket
Democrazy (2007) .... Patricia Hill
... aka Demopazzia (Italy)
When a Man Falls in the Forest (2007) .... Karen Fields
... aka Desires of a Woman - Menschen am Abgrund (Germany: video title)
... aka When a Man Falls (USA: new title)
If I Had Known I Was a Genius (2007) .... Gloria Fremont
... aka Genius: If Only I Had Known (USA: poster title)
Bobby (2006) .... Miriam Ebbers
"Huff" .... Dauri Rathburn (3 episodes, 2006)
- Sweet Release (2006) TV episode .... Dauri Rathburn
- Whipped Doggie (2006) TV episode .... Dauri Rathburn
- Maps Don't Talk (2006) TV episode .... Dauri Rathburn
Basic Instinct 2 (2006) .... Catherine Tramell
... aka Basic Instinct - Neues Spiel für Catherine Tramell (Germany)
... aka Instinto básico 2 - adicción al riesgo (Spain)
Alpha Dog (2006) .... Olivia Mazursky
Broken Flowers (2005) .... Laura Daniels Miller
"Will & Grace" .... Dr. Georgia Keller (1 episode, 2005)
- The Blonde Leading the Blind (2005) TV episode .... Dr. Georgia Keller
"Higglytown Heroes" .... Nicky - Blind Art Teacher (1 episode, 2005)
- Twinkle's Masterpiece/The Egg-cellent Adventure (2005) TV episode (voice) .... Nicky - Blind Art Teacher
"Kurtlar vadisi" .... Lisa (2 episodes, 2005)
... aka Valley of the Wolves (International: English title: literal title)
- Episode #4.96 (2005) TV episode .... Lisa
- Episode #4.97 (2005) TV episode .... Lisa
Catwoman (2004) .... Laurel Hedare
A Different Loyalty (2004) .... Sally Tyler Cauffield
"The Practice" .... Sheila Carlisle (3 episodes, 2003)
- Blessed Are They (2003) TV episode .... Sheila Carlisle
- Cause of Action (2003) TV episode .... Sheila Carlisle
- The Chosen (2003) TV episode .... Sheila Carlisle
Cold Creek Manor (2003) .... Leah Tilson
... aka La maison au fond de la baie (Canada: French title)
"Harold and the Purple Crayon" .... Narrator (13 episodes, 2001-2002)
- Cowboy Harold (2002) TV episode (voice) .... Narrator
- Future Clock (2002) TV episode (voice) .... Narrator
- Harold in the Dark (2002) TV episode (voice) .... Narrator
- Harold's Walk on the Wild Side (2002) TV episode (voice) .... Narrator
- Harold the Artiste (2002) TV episode (voice) .... Narrator
(8 more)
Beautiful Joe (2000) .... Hush
If These Walls Could Talk 2 (2000) (TV) .... Fran (segment "2000")
Picking Up the Pieces (2000) .... Candy Cowley
"Happily Ever After: Fairy Tales for Every Child" .... Henny Penny (1 episode, 1999)
- Henny Penny (1999) TV episode (voice) .... Henny Penny
Simpatico (1999) .... Rosie
... aka Simpatico (France)
The Sissy Duckling (1999) (TV) (voice) .... Narrator
The Muse (1999) .... Sarah Little
Gloria (1999) .... Gloria
Antz (1998) (voice) .... Princess Bala
The Mighty (1998) .... Gwen Dillon
Sphere (1998) .... Dr. Elizabeth 'Beth' Halperin
Last Dance (1996) .... Cindy Liggett
Diabolique (1996) .... Nicole Horner
Casino (1995) .... Ginger McKenna
... aka Casino (France)
"Roseanne" .... Trailer Park Resident (1 episode, 1995)
- Happy Trailers (1995) TV episode .... Trailer Park Resident
The Quick and the Dead (1995) .... Ellen "The Lady"
The Specialist (1994) .... May Munro (aka Adrian Hastings)
... aka El especialista (Peru)
Intersection (1994) .... Sally Eastman
Last Action Hero (1993) .... Catherine Tramell
Sliver (1993) .... Carly Norris
Basic Instinct (1992) .... Catherine Tramell
... aka Basic Instinct (France)
... aka Ice Cold Desire (Singapore: English title: censored version)
Where Sleeping Dogs Lie (1991) .... Serena Black
Diary of a Hitman (1991) .... Kiki
Year of the Gun (1991) .... Alison King
Scissors (1991) .... Angie Anderson
He Said, She Said (1991) .... Linda Metzger
Total Recall (1990) .... Lori
... aka El vengador del futuro (USA: Spanish title)
Sangre y arena (1989) .... Doña Sol
... aka Blood and Sand
"War and Remembrance" .... Janice Henry (8 episodes, 1988-1989)
- Part 8 (1989) TV episode .... Janice Henry
- Part 7 (1988) TV episode .... Janice Henry
- Part 6 (1988) TV episode .... Janice Henry
- Part 5 (1988) TV episode (credit only) .... Janice Henry
- Part 4 (1988) TV episode (credit only) .... Janice Henry
(3 more)
Beyond the Stars (1989) .... Laurie McCall
... aka Personal Choice
Tears in the Rain (1988) (TV) .... Casey Cantrell
Badlands 2005 (1988) (TV) .... Alex Neil
... aka Brides of Lizard Gulch (USA: subtitle)
Above the Law (1988) .... Sara Toscani
... aka Nico (UK: cable TV title)
... aka Nico: Above the Law (Australia)
Action Jackson (1988) .... Patrice Dellaplane
Cold Steel (1987) .... Kathy Connors
Police Academy 4: Citizens on Patrol (1987) .... Claire Mattson
... aka Citizens on Patrol: Police Academy 4 (UK: poster title)
Allan Quatermain and the Lost City of Gold (1986) .... Jesse Huston
Mr. and Mrs. Ryan (1986) (TV) .... Ashley Hamilton Ryan
King Solomon's Mines (1985) .... Jesse Huston
"T.J. Hooker" .... Dani Starr (1 episode, 1985)
- Hollywood Starr (1985) TV episode .... Dani Starr
The Vegas Strip War (1984) (TV) .... Sarah Shipman
... aka Las Vegas Strip War
... aka The Vegas Casino War (USA: DVD title)
"Magnum, P.I." .... Deirdre Dupres / ... (2 episodes, 1984)
- Echoes of the Mind: Part 2 (1984) TV episode .... Diane Dupres / Deirdre Dupres
- Echoes of the Mind: Part 1 (1984) TV episode .... Diane Dupres / Deirdre Dupres
Irreconcilable Differences (1984) .... Blake Chandler (aka Amanda)
Calendar Girl Murders (1984) (TV) .... Cassie Bascomb
... aka Insatiable
... aka Victimised (UK: video title)
... aka Victimized
"Mike Hammer" .... Julie Eland (1 episode, 1984)
... aka Mickey Spillane's Mike Hammer (USA: complete title)
... aka The New Mike Hammer (USA: new title)
- Shots in the Dark (1984) TV episode .... Julie Eland
"Bay City Blues" .... Cathy St. Marie (8 episodes, 1983)
- I Never Swung with My Father (1983) TV episode .... Cathy St. Marie
- Zircons Are Forever (1983) TV episode .... Cathy St. Marie
- Beautiful Peoples (1983) TV episode .... Cathy St. Marie
- Pilot (1983) TV episode .... Cathy St. Marie
- Going, Going, Gone (1983) TV episode .... Cathy St. Marie
(3 more)
"Les uns et les autres" (1983) TV mini-series (uncredited) .... Girl with Glenn Senior
"Remington Steele" .... Jillian Montague (1 episode, 1983)
- Steele Crazy After All These Years (1983) TV episode .... Jillian Montague
"Silver Spoons" .... Debbie (1 episode, 1982)
- A Little Magic (1982) TV episode .... Debbie
Not Just Another Affair (1982) (TV) .... Lynette
... aka Perfect Affair
Deadly Blessing (1981) .... Lana Marcus
Les uns et les autres (1981) (uncredited) .... Girl with Glenn Senior
... aka Bolero (International: English title) (USA)
... aka Bolero: Dance of Life (International: English title)
... aka Dance of Life (International: English title)
... aka Within Memory
Stardust Memories (1980) .... Pretty Girl on train

 

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