Sharon Stone vs Beyoncé Knowles

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$60 Million
Net worth 2018
$350 Million
Models
Industry
Celebrity
Meadville, Pennsylvania, U.S
Residence
Houston
United States
Country
United States
10/03/1958
BirthDay
04/09/1981
1.74 m
Height
1.69 m
Children
3
Saegertown High School
Education
Drop Out, High School
NET WORTH STATISTIC
TIMELINE
2013

In January 2013, she played the role of ‘Dorothy Boreman’ in the American biographical film based on the life of pornographic actress, Linda Susan Boreman known to the world as Linda Lovelace

2010

In 2010, she appeared as ‘Jo Marlowe’ in four episodes of the television crime drama series, ‘Law & Order: Special Victims Unit’

2009

In 2009, she played the role of ‘Nina Ferraro’ in the action-drama film, ‘Streets of Blood’, which was directed by Charles Winkler

2006

In 2006, she reprised her role as ‘Catherine Tramell’ in the film ‘Basic Instinct 2’, which was a sequel to the previous released film, ‘Basic Instinct’

2003

In 2003, she was seen in the Emmy Award winning television drama, ‘The Practice’, which was created by David E

2000

In 2000, she starred in the Emmy Award winning TV film, ‘If These Walls Could Talk 2’, which was broadcast on HBO

1999

In 1999, she earned a Golden Globe nomination for her role as ‘Sarah Little’ in the comedy film, ‘The Muse’, which was directed by Albert Brooks

1998

In 1998, she married journalist and editor, ‘Phil Bronstein’ and together they adopted a son, Roan Joseph Bronstein

1995

In 1995, she played the role of ‘Ginger McKenna Rothstein’ in the Academy Award nominated and Golden Globe winning Martin Scorsese crime-drama, ‘Casino’

1994

The couple got engaged but the engagement was called off in 1994

1993

In 1993, she became romantically involved with writer and producer, William J

1992

In 1992, she starred in the film, ‘Basic Instinct’, which was one of the most financially successful films of that decade

1990

In 1990, she starred opposite Arnold Schwarzenegger in the Academy Award winning science fiction film titled, ‘Total Recall’

1989

In 1989, she was seen in the drama film, ‘Beyond the Stars’, which was directed by David Saperstein

1988

In 1988, she starred in the action film, ‘Above the Law’, which was directed by Andrew Davis

1984

In September 1984, she played the role of ‘Blake Chandler’ in the comedy-drama film titled, ‘Irreconcilable Differences’

1981

In 1981, she played the role of ‘Lana Marcus’ in the horror film, ‘Deadly Blessing’, which was directed by Wes Craven

1980

In 1980, she appeared in her first film, as an extra in Woody Allen’s, ‘Stardust Memories’, which received bad reviews and did not attract even the loyal Woody Allen fans

1977

In 1977, she moved to New Jersey in order to pursue a career in the field of modelling

1975

In 1975, she graduated from the Saegertown High School in Saegertown, Pennsylvania

2019

Set in Philadelphia, the film is a modern interpretation of the 19th-century opera Carmen by French composer Georges Bizet

2018

The festival owners announced that she will instead headline the 2018 festival

2017

Forbes magazine’s 2017 list for the highest-paid women in musicBeyonce has jumped from number 5 last year to clinch the top spot (number 1) in Forbes magazine’s 2017 list for the highest-paid women in mus Beyonce’s most praised album “Lemonade,” her sixth No

2016

In December 2016, Beyoncé was named the Most Charitable Celebrity of the year

2015

Beyoncé's husband Jay-Z acquired the parent company of Tidal, Aspiro, in the first quarter of 2015

2014

In October 2014, Beyoncé signed a deal to launch an activewear line of clothing with British fashion retailer Topshop

2013

In advance of the concert, she appeared in a campaign video released on May 15, 2013, where she, along with Cameron Diaz, John Legend and Kylie Minogue, described inspiration from their mothers, while a number of other artists celebrated personal inspiration from other women, leading to a call for submission of photos of women of viewers' inspiration from which a selection was shown at the concert

2012

Beyoncé became an ambassador for the 2012 World Humanitarian Day campaign donating her song "I Was Here" and its music video, shot in the UN, to the campaign

2011

In April 2011, Beyoncé joined forces with US First Lady Michelle Obama and the National Association of Broadcasters Education Foundation, to help boost the latter's campaign against child obesity by reworking her single "Get Me Bodied"

2010

On March 5, 2010, Beyoncé and her mother Tina opened the Beyoncé Cosmetology Center at the Brooklyn Phoenix House, offering a seven-month cosmetology training course for men and women

2009

In July 2009, Beyoncé and her mother launched a new junior apparel label, Sasha Fierce for Deréon, for back-to-school selling

2008

In January 2008, Starwave Mobile launched Beyoncé Fashion Diva, a "high-style" mobile game with a social networking component, featuring the House of Deréon collection

2007

Beyoncé has worked with Tommy Hilfiger for the fragrances True Star (singing a cover version of "Wishing on a Star") and True Star Gold; she also promoted Emporio Armani's Diamonds fragrance in 2007

2006

Beyoncé won two awards at the Broadcast Film Critics Association Awards 2006; Best Song for "Listen" and Best Original Soundtrack for Dreamgirls: Music from the Motion Picture

2005

After Hurricane Katrina in 2005, Beyoncé and Rowland founded the Survivor Foundation to provide transitional housing for victims in the Houston area, to which Beyoncé contributed an initial $250,000

2004

Beyoncé went on to win six of those nominations, breaking a record she previously tied in 2004 for the most Grammy awards won in a single night by a female artist with six

2003

The album formally introduces Beyoncé's alter ego Sasha Fierce, conceived during the making of her 2003 single "Crazy in Love"

2002

Beyoncé has worked with Pepsi since 2002, and in 2004 appeared in a Gladiator-themed commercial with Britney Spears, Pink, and Enrique Iglesias

2001

In 2001, she became the first black woman and second female lyricist to win the Pop Songwriter of the Year award at the American Society of Composers, Authors, and Publishers Pop Music Awards

2000

The Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) listed Beyoncé as the top certified artist of the 2000s decade, with a total of 64 certifications

1999

This would make Beyoncé only the second female headliner of the festival since it was founded in 1999

1998

Her evolution, from rap-adjacent R&B star (appearing as early as 1998 in a Geto Boys video) to reluctant hip-hop shareholder to full-blown rapper, played a role in slowly shifting the sound of pop radio

1997

In 1997, Destiny's Child released their major label debut song "Killing Time" on the soundtrack to the 1997 film, Men in Black

1996

The group changed their name to Destiny's Child in 1996, based upon a passage in the Book of Isaiah

1995

On October 5, 1995, Dwayne Wiggins's Grass Roots Entertainment signed the group

1992

The song topped the US Pop Songs chart, becoming the sixth number-one for both Beyoncé and Gaga, tying them with Mariah Carey for most number-ones since the Nielsen Top 40 airplay chart launched in 1992

1990

Her fourth solo album, 4, was inspired by Fela Kuti, 1990s R&B, Earth, Wind & Fire, DeBarge, Lionel Richie, Teena Marie, The Jackson 5, New Edition, Adele, Florence and the Machine, and Prince

1981

Her second film Dreamgirls, the film version of the 1981 Broadway musical loosely based on The Supremes, received acclaim from critics and grossed $154 million internationally

1971

Beyoncé was the third woman to have writing credits on three number one songs ("Irreplaceable", "Grillz" and "Check on It") in the same year, after Carole King in 1971 and Mariah Carey in 1991

1956

The commercial, which featured the 1956 song "Fever", was shown after the water shed in the United Kingdom as it begins with an image of Beyoncé appearing to lie naked in a room

1955

At the 55th Annual Grammy Awards, Beyoncé won for Best Traditional R&B Performance for "Love on Top"

1952

At the 52nd Annual Grammy Awards, Beyoncé received ten nominations, including Album of the Year for I Am

1950

The appearance was considered controversial as it appeared to reference the 50th anniversary of the Black Panther Party and the NFL forbids political statements in its performances

1946

The album earned Beyoncé a then record-tying five awards at the 46th Annual Grammy Awards; Best Contemporary R&B Album, Best Female R&B Vocal Performance for "Dangerously in Love 2", Best R&B Song and Best Rap/Sung Collaboration for "Crazy in Love", and Best R&B Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocals for "The Closer I Get to You" with Luther Vandross

1944

Last year’s topper, Taylor Swift, has scored $44 million and reached the 3rd position

1943

"Say My Name" won the Best R&B Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocals and the Best R&B Song at the 43rd Annual Grammy Awards

20

Beyoncé voiced Queen Tara in the 3D CGI animated film, Epic, released by 20th Century Fox on May 24, and recorded an original song for the film, "Rise Up", co-written with Sia