In 2004, Sharon won an Emmy Award for Outstanding Guest Actress in a Drama Series playing Sheila Carlisle on The Practice.
Sharon was set to participate in The Comedy Central Roast of Rosanne Barr in 2012, but she dropped out at the last minute. She was replaced by Ellen Barkin.
Sharon was ranked #92 in the "100 Hottest Blondes of AIM".
In September 2008 a Californian court ruled Sharon was to lose physical custody of adoptive son Roan. It was decided he would continue living with his father, and Sharon's ex-husband, Phil Bronstein.
In July 2008 PETA sent a letter to Sharon offering her a free brain scan in order to determine why she has what they consider a 'lack of empathy' towards animals. The letter read: Scientific studies suggest that the prefrontal regions of the brains of people who lack empathy might be underdeveloped ... would you allow PETA to pay for a scan of ... your brain to determine if comments and actions that seem to demonstrate a lack of empathy are the result of a physical defect?
Sharon was chosen as one of People Magazine's annual 100 Most Beautiful People in the World, in May 2007.
Sharon was named in the #7 position on ex-fashion designer, Mr Blackwell's, 47th annual report of the worst-dressed women of 2006.
Sharon recently snuck out of a party at Prince's LA home through embarrassment. After being invited to a private party by Prince, she got so excited at his performance that she started dancing on his pink & purple sofa - in her stilettos. The bouncers shined a light in her face and yelled abuse at her for damaging Prince's property.
Her famous "leg crossing" scene in Basic Instinct (1992) was voted "Sexiest Leg Moment on Screen" in a poll for Veet.
Her scar on her neck is from a childhood accident. She was riding a horse and she ran right into a clothes line and it ripped her neck open.
A sex scene in The Quick and the Dead (1995) between Ellen (Stone) and Cort (Russell Crowe) was shot, but Stone and director Sam Raimi decided that it wasn't a necessary part of the story. The scene was not included in the American release of the film, but international versions do include it.
Met her close friend Mimi Craven on the set of Deadly Blessing (1981). They subsequently worked together on the film Last Dance (1996) in 1996.
June 11, 2001: her husband, Phil Bronstein, underwent foot surgery after being attacked by a Komodo dragon during a private tour of Los Angeles Zoo. The tour was arranged by Stone as a Father's Day gift for Bronstein, who had always wanted to see one of the Indonesian lizards up close. The attack occurred after Bronstein had removed his white shoes. Zookeepers later speculated the 5-foot- long lizard may have mistaken the shoes for white rats it ate regularly.
Spent many long workdays in agony while filming scenes for Casino (1995). She has back trouble due to an old injury, and the gold and white beaded gown she wore during a casino scene weighed 45 pounds.
Measurements: 35B-24-35 (as Ford model-1980), 36B-25-35 (self-described in 1993 as wearing a 36B bra), (Source: Celebrity Sleuth magazine).
Dated Dwight Yoakam in the early 1990s, and was rather famously quoted as saying, "Kissing Dwight is like eating a dirt sandwich."
Sharon was granted a restraining order against Agostino P'omata, who allegedly had made threats of violence against her. [27 March 2001]
Stone's former housekeeper Socorro Del Carmen Membreno pleaded not guilty to grand theft of $300,000 worth of jewelry and other valuables from Stone's L.A. home two months earlier. [2 March 2000]
Received a humanitarian award from the Human Rights Campaign, a well-funded organization specializing in gay and lesbian rights, for her role in If These Walls Could Talk 2 (2000) (TV), in which she plays the lover to Ellen DeGeneres, with whom she wants to raise a child. 
She is allergic to caffeine.
One of People Magazine's "50 Most Beautiful People." 
As a teenager worked part-time as a McDonald's countergirl.
Auditioned for the Cathy Moriarty role in Raging Bull (1980).
Has one older brother, one younger brother, and a younger sister (Kelly Stone).
Has a visible scar on her neck that is usually covered by clothing.
Went to school at Saegertown High School, Saegertown, Pennsylvania.
Owns her own production company, Chaos.
She is a former "Ford" Model.
Engaged to producer William J. MacDonald. [1993-1994]
Reported to be dating Columbia Pictures production boss, Barry Josephson. [November 1996]
Ranked #77 in Empire (UK) magazine's "The Top 100 Movie Stars of All Time" list. [October 1997]
Entered Pennsylvania's Edinboro University at age 15.
Playboy Magazine's "100 Sexiest Stars of the Century," Number 24. 
Sharon and husband Phil Bronstein, a newspaperman, adopted a child they named Roan Joseph Bronstein, born 22 May 2000 in Texas. He weighed 5 pounds, 6 ounces, and was adopted by Stone and Bronstein a week after birth. His first name is Celtic for "seal," and his middle name is a tribute to Stone's father. [July 2000]
Sharon: If you act like you know what you're going, you can do anything you want - except neurosurgery.
Sharon: I bake all the time, but I don't like to eat the
cookies when they're done. I just like the dough.
Sharon Stone: I want to go on dates with people who want to date me. All I really get now is a dinner because I think you can really find out (a lot) after about one meal.
Sharon Stone: I still do push-ups and sit-ups. But I also try to do things such as walking up the stairs, and not taking a lift. I'll also park my car farther away from a store so I have to walk a few steps more. If you keep it up over a long period, you don't have to do too much.
Sharon Stone: Peace does exist. It exists in your heart and soul.
Sharon Stone: 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.
Sharon Stone: People don't change their behavior unless it makes a difference for them to do so.
Sharon Stone: 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.
Sharon Stone: It's traumatizing for me to come to Washington during a Republican administration because I don't have any Republican clothes.
Sharon Stone: My father has always been supportive of my individuality. (in a Barbara Walters interview, September 1993)
Sharon Stone: 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.