Writers Bloc Presents
with Anderson Cooper
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Sharon Stone dazzled us in Basic Instinct, between her beauty and utterly terrifying performance. She dazzled again in Albert Brooks’ comedy, The Muse–proving she’s as adept at playing a sociopath as she is at playing a muse for a writer with an impressive case of writer’s block.
And now Sharon Stone has a major part in Netflix’s Ratched, where she embraces her age and not a little eccentricity. But television and film are only a minor part of Stone’s story. In her new book, The Beauty of Living Twice, Stone looks back and forward–unsparingly–and speaks with intimate candor about her challenges, triumphs, and her disappointments. She recounts her struggle to come back from a massive stroke, which took a tremendous toll on her career and family. Among her proudest achievements is her international activism–in HIV/AIDS, and poverty and education in Africa. Her activism has won her countless accolades, including the 2013 Nobel Peace Summit Award for her work on AIDS.
In conversation with Anderson Cooper. Anderson Cooper is the host of CNN’s nightly show, Anderson Cooper 360º, a correspondent for 60 Minutes on CBS, and a New York Times bestselling author.