Emma Stone hot young
November 06, 1988
5 ft 6 in | 168 cm
34-24-33 in | 86-61-84 cm
52 kg | 115 pounds
8 US | 38.5 EU
Emma Stone was born in Scottsdale, Arizona, United States, on November 6, 1988, is an American hot actress. Young Emma Stone began her acting career on stage as a child in 2000. She made her big screen debut in the teen comedy movie Superbad (2007) opposite Seth Rogen and Jonah Hill. Her breakthrough performance came as Olive in the teen comedy film Easy A (2010). Emma won an Academy Award for Best Actress for her role as Mia Dolan in film La La Land (2016) with Ryan Gosling. She was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress for her role as Sam Thomson in film Birdman (2014).
Also appeared in successful movies including Paper Man (2009) with Jeff Daniels, Zombieland (2009) with Woody Harrelson, The House Bunny (2008) opposite Anna Faris, The Rocker (2008) with Christina Applegate, The Amazing Spider-Man (2012) and The Amazing Spider-Man 2 (2014) opposite Andrew Garfield, Gangster Squad (2013) with Josh Brolin and Ryan Gosling, Aloha (2015) with Bradley Cooper, Magic in the Moonlight (2014) opposite Colin Firth and directed by Woody Allen, Irrational Man (2015) with Joaquin Phoenix, The Help (2011) with Viola Davis, Crazy, Stupid, Love (2011) opposite Ryan Gosling, The Favourite (2018) opposite Nicholas Hoult.
Emma is a good friends with Taylor Swift and Jonah Hill. Her hobbies is cookin, reading and listening to music. She is the face of Revlon. Her real name is Emily Jean Stone. She is of Swedish descent. She dated actor Andrew Garfield (2011-2015). Lives in Greenwich Village in Manhattan.
So anyway, I've learned a lot about myself just in terms of acting but just work ethic and interesting things like full-page monologues or talking straight into camera, which I had never gotten to do before.
So one day, in a fit of trying to do something different, I just dyed my hair dark brown and got my first role a week later, after which I thought: 'People are closed-minded, man! Like a different hair colour changes everything!'
I think the number one thing that I find important is the importance of honesty with your friends and your parents, if you can be. But I think that telling people how you really feel, being who you truly are, being safe and taking care of yourself is the most important thing.
Comedy was my sport. It taught me how to roll with the punches. Failure is the exact same as success when it comes to comedy because it just keeps coming. It never stops.
In real life, sometimes it’s uncomfortable for me not to go for the joke. I’ve been looking at that in myself lately. Often, joking for me is a way of diffusing the awkwardness of a situation, so it’s kind of exhilarating to be a part of projects where there’s nothing funny or lighthearted.
When I look back, I don’t have regrets. In the moment I am really, really hard on myself, I’m definitely my own worst critic and can be my own worst enemy, and I’m trying very hard not to be that.
I was raised in Arizona, and I went to public school, and the extent of my knowledge of the civil-rights movement was the story of Rosa Parks and Martin Luther King, Jr. I wonder how much my generation knows.
My favorite thing about movies is the ending, and so all my favorite movies have really great endings.