MIAMI BEACH — Nearly 60 and still turning heads, screen goddess Sharon Stone hit the surf in Miami Beach yesterday in a black bathing suit that showed the Basic Instinct star has still got it.
Stone, 59, who seemingly hasn’t relied on plastic surgery to maintain her stunningly good looks, was accompanied by an older gentleman who offered his hand to the actress as she came out the water. Yet Stone needed no help strutting back to her towel on her own and turn heads.
Once described by Hollywood scriptwriter Joe Eszterhas as “the greatest American sex symbol since Marilyn Monroe,” the actress, wearing a low-cut one-piece by Eres, is not simply aging gracefully. She seems to have discovered the fountain of youth, proving age ain’t nothing but a number.
Sharon Stone, who was nominated for an Oscar back in 1995 for her performance in Martin Scorsese‘s Casino, is said to be dating sports agent Lonnie Cooper, 62.
She was previously married to San Francisco Chronicle Editor Phil Bronstein, though the marriage was a tumultuous one. Following their divorce in 2004, Stone vowed to never wed again, adding that “marriage was kind of a losing proposition for me.”
The star has three adopted children: Roan Joseph Bronstein, son of MacGyver producer Michael Greenburg, Laird Vonne Stone and Quinn Kelly Stone.
Though the actress has been very selective with her acting roles, only appearing in a handful of films in the last two decades, she will no doubt get renewed interest from HBO fans with her role alongside Paul Reubens in a new series due out in January and titled Mosaic.
Her next role will be in The Disaster Artist, a true story produced and directed by James Franco that portrays the friendship between filmmakers Greg Sestero and Tommy Wiseau, who wrote, directed and starred in The Room, a flick said to be the worst movie ever made.
In The Disaster Artist, Sharon Stone plays Iris Burton, a noted talent agent recognized for discovering River and Joaquin Phoenix. It premieres on December 1.
Stone is also committed to her charity work. In 2013, she received the Peace Summit Award for her fight against HIV and AIDS.
Two years ago, the sex symbol posed nude for Harper’s Bazaar, saying at the time: “At a certain point you start asking yourself, ‘What really is sexy?’ It’s not just the elevation of your boobs. It’s being present and having fun and liking yourself enough to like the person that’s with you.”
She certainly proved that on the beach in Miami yesterday.