At 53, the actress is still attractive in the eyes of her fans. Yet she admits she doubted her looks after suffering a brain hemorrhage in 2001.
“The side of my face was falling down,” she told AARP The Magazine. “I thought, ‘I’ll never be pretty again. Who’s going to want to be around me?’ ”
Although the traumatism left her with memory loss and numbness in her left leg, Stone has reinvigorated her career and is back on track with several films including a biopic about the X film actress Linda Lovelace.
In the past twelve years, the actress had to deal with a divorce from her second husband, Phil Bronstein, she lost custody of her son Roan, witnessed her father’s passing from cancer and had her films quashed by negative reviews.
At present, Sharon is focusing her time on her three adopted sons, Roan, Laird and Quinn.
“I always thought I would adopt,” she said. “Even when I was young, I used to look up how to adopt.”
“I’m loving raising my kid,” she shared about her youngest child. “He tells you everything that’s happening, so I call him Agent Quinn.”
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