Stone at the 2005 Cannes Film Festival
American actress Sharon Stone has won 10 awards from 41 nominations, including one Emmy Award, one Golden Globe Award, two MTV Movie Awards, and one Satellite Award. She has also received several "dishonors" for poor performances in films, earning three Golden Raspberry Awards, and two Stinkers Bad Movie Awards.
Stone's breakout role as Catherine Tramell in Basic Instinct (1992) earned her a Chicago Film Critics Association Award, Golden Globe Award, and Saturn Award nominations. This was followed by two nominations for MTV Movie Award for Most Desirable Female for the films Sliver (1993) and The Specialist (1994). For her role as Ginger McKenna in Casino (1995), she won the Golden Globe Award for Best Actress in a Motion Picture – Drama and received her only Academy Award nomination, in the Best Actress category. She guest starred as an attorney who believes she can communicate with God in The Practice (1997–2004), a role that earned her the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Guest Actress in a Drama Series. In Basic Instinct 2 (2006), her return to the character Tramell received mixed critical reviews, and garnered her a Golden Raspberry Award.
Stone has also received a number of non-performance honors. She was inducted to the Hollywood Walk of Fame in 1995 for her contribution to acting. The actress was nominated for Golden Apple Award for being easy to work with according to her co-stars. In 2005, she was named Officer of the Order of Arts and Letters in France. She received recognition at the 2006 Women Film Critics Circle Awards for her collaborations with AmfAR with their research on AIDS.
|Award||Year of ceremony||Nominee/work||Category||Result||Ref(s)|
|Academy Awards||1996||Casino||Best Actress||Nominated|||
|Broadcast Film Critics Association Awards||2007||Bobby||Best Acting Ensemble||Nominated|||
|Chicago Film Critics Association Awards||1993||Basic Instinct||Best Actress||Nominated|||
|Dallas-Fort Worth Film Critics Association Awards||1996||Casino||Best Actress||3rd Place|||
|Golden Globe Awards||1993||Basic Instinct||Best Actress – Motion Picture Drama||Nominated|||
|1996||Casino||Best Actress – Motion Picture Drama||Won|||
|1999||The Mighty||Best Supporting Actress – Motion Picture||Nominated|||
|2000||The Muse||Best Actress – Motion Picture Comedy or Musical||Nominated|||
|Golden Raspberry Award||1988||Allan Quatermain and the Lost City of Gold||Worst Actress||Nominated|||
|1993||Basic Instinct||Worst New Star||Nominated[b]|||
|1995||Intersection & The Specialist||Worst Actress||Won|||
|The Specialist||Worst Screen Combo||Won[c]|||
|1997||Diabolique & Last Dance||Worst New Star||Nominated[d]|||
|2005||Catwoman||Worst Supporting Actress||Nominated|||
|Worst Screen Couple[e]||Nominated|||
|2007||Basic Instinct 2[f]||Worst Actress||Won|||
|Hollywood Film Awards||2006||Bobby||Ensemble of the Year||Won|||
|MTV Movie Award||1993||Basic Instinct||Most Desirable Female||Won|||
|Best Female Performance||Won|||
|Best On-Screen Duo||Nominated|||
|1994||Sliver||Most Desirable Female||Nominated|||
|1995||The Specialist||Most Desirable Female||Nominated|||
|1996||Casino||Best Female Performance||Nominated|||
|Primetime Emmy Awards||2004||The Practice||Outstanding Guest Actress in a Drama Series||Won|||
|Satellite Awards||2019||Mosaic||Best Supporting Actress in a Series, Miniseries or Television Film||Won|||
|Saturn Award||1993||Basic Instinct||Best Actress||Nominated|||
|1996||The Quick and the Dead||Best Actress||Nominated|||
|Screen Actors Guild Award||2007||Bobby||Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture||Nominated|||
|Stinkers Bad Movie Awards||1993||Sliver||Worst Actress||Won|||
|1994||Intersection & The Specialist||Worst Actress||Won|||
|Worst On-Screen Hairstyle||Nominated|||
|1999||Gloria & The Muse||Worst Actress||Nominated|||
|Worst On-Screen Female Hairstyle||Nominated|||
|Gloria||Worst Fake Accent||Nominated|||
|2005||Catwoman||Worst Supporting Actress||Nominated|||
|2006||Basic Instinct 2||Worst Actress||Nominated|||
|Women Film Critics Circle Awards||2013||Lovelace||Film That Most Passionately Opposes Violence Against Women||Nominated|||
Throughout her career, Stone has received several other awards for her work in film. In 1992, she won the Bravo Otto silver medal in the Best Actress category. She was given a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in 1995 for her contribution to motion pictures. It is located at 6925 Hollywood Blvd. Stone received the Hamptons International Film Festival award for Outstanding Achievement in Acting in 2009. The actress was also awarded the Women in Film Crystal + Lucy Awards in 1995 and 2000. She also won the Karlovy Vary International Film Festival Special Prize for Outstanding Contribution to World Cinema in 2005, and an honorary award at the Marrakech International Film Festival in 2013 as part of a tribute to her career. The AARP Movies for Grownups Awards, which recognizes contributions to film by actors over the age of fifty, honored Stone with a Career Achievement Award in 2012.
Stone has also been awarded for activities other than acting. In 1996, she was nominated for the Golden Apple Award for being easy to work with according to her co-stars. On May 20, 2005, she was named Officer of the Order of Arts and Letters in France. She received recognition at the 2006 Women Film Critics Circle Awards for her collaborations with AmfAR on their research on AIDS. On October 23, 2013, Stone received the Peace Summit Award for her work with HIV/AIDS sufferers. In 2015, Stone was guest of honor at the Pilosio Building Peace Award in Milan. She began an impromptu auction on stage in front of a crowd of CEOs from the construction industry and other dignitaries, gaining enough pledges to build 28 schools in Africa.
The Kiev Museum of Wax Figures included a Sharon Stone wax figure. It is modeled after the scene in Basic Instinct in which she uncrosses her legs and exposes her genitalia during a police interrogation. Yevhen and Oleksy Sazhyn, the father and son running the museum, reported that the design process for the figure took eight months. They found sculptures based on women were more difficult to plan than those on men. For the creation of the Sharon Stone figure, they said: "capturing her legs in just the right position was tricky business".