Emma Stone Celebrity Life
Emma Stone was born on 6 November 1988 in Scottsdale, Arizona, United States of America. She was named Emily Jean Stone at birth.
Emma Stone (born 6 November 1988, Scottsdale, Arizona, U.S.A.), byname of Emily Jean Stone, American actress recognized for her stunning beauty, husky accent, and ability to adapt to a broad variety of roles.
Career as Actor
Stone has gained her initial acting experience with the Phoenix Valley Community Theatre. She convinced her parents to encourage her to travel to Los Angeles to try a career as an actor during her junior year of high school.
There she rented an apartment with her mum, and throughout auditions, Stone was raised by a single mother while being schooled at home.
Her first appearance was in 2005 when she played Laurie Partridge's segment in The New Partridge Family, a pilot for a potential TV show.
Further tv appearances followed, and in 2007 Stone made her screen debut starring in the teen sitcom Superbad alongside Jonah Hill and Michael Cera.
Stone continues to star in several films, the most prominent of which was the horror movie Zombieland (2009).
In the teen film Easy A (2010) the following year, Stone played her first leading appearance as a high school girl who pretends to have met with a homosexual classmate and several other societal outcasts to lend them a chic patina.
The film proved its success. Stone starred in the successful romantic comedy - Crazy, Stupid, Love. (2011), with Ryan Gosling.
Then she played Skeeter, the ambitious writer who questions African American housewives concerning their encounters serving white parents in Tate Taylor's The Help.
Stone then portrayed the girlfriend of Peter Parker, Gwen Stacy, in The Amazing Spider-Man (2012) and The Awesome Spider-Man 2 (2014) superhero film, and took another turn as Gosling's leading lady in the popular crime thriller Gangster Squad (2013).
She also made a cameo the love comedy Magic in the Moonlight (2014) with Colin Firth in Woody Allen.
For her role as the mentally disturbed daughter of the main actor, portrayed by Michael Keaton, in Birdman or (The Unintended Value of Ignorance) (2014), Stone has been nominated for an Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress. Even so, it was her Broadway appearance in the Sally Bowles segment of Cabaret in 2014 that captured the attention of producer Damien Chazelle.
He casts her as the young actress Mia, whose heartwarming relationship with jazz pianist Sebastian (Gosling) shapes the plotline in the La Land (2016) musical film.
Stone's intriguing performance earned her a starring part in a BAFTA Contest, a Golden Globe Trophy, and the Oscar for best actress.
In the 1973 fight versus Bobby Riggs (Steve Carell) in 2017 Stone featured as tennis champion Billie Jean King in War of the Sexes.
She later re-teamed in the TV miniseries Maniac (2018) with her Superbad costar Jonah Hill, through which they played two people who engage in a clinical experiment that aims to solve their troubles.
That same year Stone appeared in the dark time alongside Rachel Weisz romping The Favourite; they were cousins vying for Queen Anne's favor (Olivia Colman).
Stone earned her 3rd Oscar nomination for her work. She then revisited her part in the 2019 installment from Zombieland.
Stone encountered director Damien Chazelle during her Cabaret series, who included her in his musical comedy production La La Land, inspired by her success.
The film, which marked Gosling's third partnership, starred Stone as Mia Dolan, an ambitious actress who resides in Los Angeles.
Stone used many real-life encounters for her role and watched The Cherbourg Umbrellas and Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers movies in training.
She had produced six songs for the musical's soundtrack. At the 2016 Venice Film Festival, La La Land appeared as the main opening feature and earned highly favorable reviews.
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