Emma Stone Biography
Emily Jean Emma Stone is the highest-paid actress in the world. She is an American and was born in Scottsdale, Arizona November 6th, 1988. Emma Stone moved to Los Angeles apartment with her parents at the age of one. She has received so many accolades as academy awards. Emma Stone is also known as Riley Stone is extensively known for her charming and witty roles in a number of popular comedies.
Emma Stone was borne on November 6, 1988, in Scottsdale, Arizona. Her grandfather, who is a Swedish descent, immigrated to the US through Ellis Island. She was born to Krista Jean Stone who was a homemaker and Jeffrey Charles Stone who is the CEO and founder of the general contracting company. Emma Stone also has German, English, Irish and Scottish ancestry. She has a younger brother called Spencer. Stone lived in Camelback inn resort from the age of 12-15.
She attended school at Sequoya Elementary school and Cocopah Middle school for the sixth grade. She did not like school. Emma stone suffered panic attacks which she says cause decline in her social life. S dropped out of school t focus on her career after attending one semester at All-girl catholic high school. She likes Delicious Foods Recipes.
She moved from Los Angeles to Greenwich Village, NYC in 2009 and moved back to Los Angeles in 2016. Emma Stone has a close relationship with the family. She dated co-star Andrew Garfield in 2010 during the production of the amazing Spider-Man. However, they had been reported to have broken up in 2015. As an infant, she had baby colic, cried frequently, and consequently developed calluses and nodules on her vocal cords while she was a youngster.
She suffers from asthma that she discovered after having breathing difficulties when she was filming Easy A.
Her mother was diagnosed with triple negative cancer but was cured in 2008. She featured in Revlon campaign that promoted breast cancer awareness in 2011; Emma Stone also featured in a collaborative video between stand up to cancer and star wars that were aiming at raising funds for cancer research. She again attended an event at Gilda’s Club for raising fund for the similar condition two years later. From 2012-2014, she hosted Entertainment Industry Foundation’s Revlon walk/run that help fight cancer for women.
Emma Stone Movies Career
Stone was drawn to acting from the age of four. At first, she wanted to have a career in sketch comedy but changed her mind and to musical theatre making her take several lessons for a couple of years. She started acting at the age of 11 when she came to stage production of The Winds in the Willows where she played the part of Otter. She got her first break as the winner of the VH1 reality show in search of the new Partridge family, 2004.
The show featured 8 aspiring young actresses who were competing for the role of Laurie Partridge for the revival of 1970s classic sitcom. The participants were judged on their acting, singing and resemblance to the original Laurie and Stone emerged the winner. She began appearing in various hit programs after her run with the reality show that included Malcolm in the Middle and NBC’s Medium.
Violet Tremble Role
She then landed in a regular role as 17-year-old Violet Tremble in 2007, the Fox drama Drive after losing her part in science fiction show Heroes the previous year to Hayden Panettiere.In 2007, she featured in a film unveiling in the teen comedy Superbad together with Michael Cera and Jonah Hill, a film that written and produced by Judd Apatow and Seth Rogan.
The following year, she appeared in the comedy The Rocker with Christina Applegate and the House Bunny with Ann Farris. Afterwards, she emerged into Hollywood scene playing roles in a number of big films like Paper Man, Zombie land, and Ghost of Girlfriend Past, which were released in 2009.
Olive Pendergast Role
Her next big film came in 2010 in the comedy Easy, where she played the role of Olive Pendergast. She also appeared I in the film The Scarlet Letter inspired by Nathaniel Hawthorne. In 2011, she featured in the Help and in a romantic comedy Crazy, Stupid Love. In July 2012, she appeared as Gowon Stacy in the Amazing Spider-Man.
She was nominated for an Academy Award for a best-animated feature in 2013. After featuring in Movie 43 an anthology film.
In the same year, she also starred in Gangster Squad and The Crood. She made her appearance in late 2014 starring as Sally Bowls in Cabaret. She also starred in Magic on the Moon. In 2016, she received her first Golden Globe award.