Emma Stone, whose real name is Emily Jean Stone, was born on November 6, 1988. She is an actress from the USA.
Emily Jean Stone Family:
- Former spouse: Dave McCary (M. 2020)
- Father: Jeff Stone,
- Mother: Krista Stone’s
- Siblings: Simon Stone’s
- Children: Louise Jean McCary
Emily Jean Stone Early Childhood and Life
Stone had admitted that she had vocal issues as a young child and that she had been excessively loud and domineering. She went to Cocopah Middle School and Sequoya Elementary School. She formerly experienced panic episodes, which had a significant impact on her ability to interact with others. She began acting in community theatre productions, though, and this helped her stop having these attacks.
Later, she enrolled at Xavier College Preparatory, but she left after just one semester to focus on her acting career. She had previously held a part-time job at a bakery that made dog treats in between acting auditions.
Emily Jean Stone Career
On the VH1 talent competition reality series In Search of the New Partridge Family, Stone made her television debut as Laurie Partridge (2004). The resulting program, renamed The New Partridge Family (2004), was never picked up for a full season. She then had a cameo appearance on HBO’s Lucky Louie with Louis C.K. Her “rock bottom” experience came when she failed her audition to play Claire Bennet in the NBC science fiction program Heroes (2007). She starred as Violet Trimble in the Fox action drama Drive in April 2007, however, the series was canceled after just seven episodes.
In the comedy Superbad (2007), directed by Greg Mottola and starring Michael Cera and Jonah Hill, Stone makes her feature film debut. The movie follows two high school students as they experience a series of humorous mishaps after deciding to get alcohol for a party. She redyed her hair to assume the role of Hill’s romantic interest. She was deemed “appealing” by a critic for The Hollywood Reporter, however, they felt her role was poorly written. Acting in her first movie, according to Stone, was “wonderful… totally different from other experiences I’ve had since then.” She won the Young Hollywood Award for Exciting New Face because the movie was a box office hit.
Emily Jean Stone Bigger Works
Emma Stone’s most popular early project was the 2010 American family comedy, Marmaduke. The movie, which was directed by Tom Dey, featured Stone in a pivotal part. Other actors in the movie included Marlon Wayans, Steve Coogan, George Lopez, and Owen Wilson. The movie had a mediocre level of commercial success. It was a Teen Choice Award nominee.
The Amazing Spider-Man, an American superhero movie from 2012 that was helmed by Marc Webb, is among Emma Stone’s most notable and popular movies. The movie, which also starred Andrew Garfield, Rhys Ifans, Denis Leary, Campbell Scott, Irrfan Khan, and Martin Sheen, was based on the well-known Spiderman character from Marvel Comics. The main character of the movie is a teenage boy named Peter Parker who gains abilities after being bitten by a spider with changed genetics. The movie made around $ 760 million worldwide, making it a major commercial success. Most reviews were favorable.
Emily Jean Stone Awards
- Emma Stone has received numerous honors, including the Academy Award for Best Actress, the Golden Globe Award for Best Actress, and the British Film Academy Award for her performance in the 2016 film La La Land.
- Three Screen Actors Guild Awards have been given to her, one for each of the parts she played in the films The Help (2012), Birdman (2015), and La La Land (2017).
- The Critics’ Choice Movie Award for the 2012 film The Help and the Nickelodeon Kids’ Choice Award for the 2014 film The Amazing Spider-Man are among Stone’s further honors.
Emily Jean Stone Future Projects
On three more projects, Stone and Yorgos Lanthimos will work together. These will be the feature films And and Poor Things as well as the short Bleat. Willem Dafoe and Mark Ruffalo are featured in the Alasdair Gray novel adaptation Poor Things, while Willem Dafoe, Jesse Plemons, and Margaret Qualley will also appear in the Alasdair Gray novel adaptation And. She will also play Cruella de Vil again in the Cruella sequel, and she will star in the comedic series The Curse on Showtime.
Emily Jean Stone’s Personal Life
Stone started dating her co-star Andrew Garfield in 2010 while they were both working on The Amazing Spider-Man. Although they made multiple public appearances together, the couple declined to talk openly about their relationship, which was the subject of several media reports and rumors.
Stone started dating Saturday Night Live segment director Dave McCary in 2017. They got married the next year after becoming engaged in December 2019. The pair were said to be expecting their first child together in January 2021.
They welcomed a daughter as their first child in March 2021. To honor Stone’s grandmother Jean Louise, the couple gave their daughter the name Louise Jean McCary. Stone’s middle name is Jean.