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List of Emma Stone performances

Emma Stone photographed in London in 2018
Stone at the UK premiere of Maniac in 2018

Emma Stone is an American actress who aspired to an acting career from an early age.[1] She had her first role onstage at age 11,[2] and followed with parts in sixteen plays in a regional theater in Arizona.[3] Stone made her television debut in the unsold pilot for the reality show The New Partridge Family (2005).[4] After brief television roles in Medium, Malcolm in the Middle, and Lucky Louie, she made her film debut in the comedy Superbad (2007).[5]

Stone appeared as a ghost in Ghosts of Girlfriends Past (2009), and found commercial success with the horror comedy Zombieland, where she played a zombie apocalypse survivor.[6] Her breakthrough came with her first leading role (a high school student perceived to be sexually promiscuous) in the teen comedy Easy A (2010).[7] She subsequently received nominations for the Golden Globe Award for Best Actress – Motion Picture Comedy or Musical and the BAFTA Rising Star Award.[8] In 2011, she starred in the romantic comedy Crazy, Stupid, Love and in the period drama The Help, which were both commercial successes.[9][10] Stone's success continued with her role as Gwen Stacy in the 2012 superhero film The Amazing Spider-Man that became her highest-grossing release, with a worldwide revenue of $757 million, and she later reprised the role in its 2014 sequel.[11]

Critical success followed with her performance as a recovering drug addict in Alejandro González Iñárritu's black comedy-drama Birdman or (The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance) (2014). It earned her a nomination for the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress.[12] Later that year, she made her Broadway debut in a revival of the musical Cabaret (2014–2015). Stone won the Academy Award for Best Actress for her performance as an aspiring actress in Damien Chazelle's musical La La Land (2016).[13] It is her highest rated film on the review aggregator site Rotten Tomatoes.[14] Stone also recorded six songs such as "City of Stars" for the film's soundtrack. She went on to star and serve as an executive producer in the Netflix black comedy miniseries Maniac (2018), and received another Oscar nomination for her portrayal of Abigail Masham in Yorgos Lanthimos' period black comedy The Favourite (2018).[15][16]

FilmEdit

Title Year Role Director(s) Notes Ref(s)
Superbad 2007 Jules Greg Mottola [17]
The Rocker 2008 Amelia Peter Cattaneo [18]
The House Bunny Natalie Fred Wolf [19]
Ghosts of Girlfriends Past 2009 Allison Vandermeersh Mark Waters [20]
Paper Man Abby Kieran Mulroney & Michele Mulroney [21]
Zombieland Wichita / Krista Ruben Fleischer [22]
Marmaduke 2010 Mazie Tom Dey Voice [23]
Easy A Olive Penderghast Will Gluck [24]
Friends with Benefits 2011 Kayla Will Gluck [25]
Crazy, Stupid, Love Hannah Weaver Glenn Ficarra & John Requa [26]
The Help Eugenia "Skeeter" Phelan Tate Taylor [27]
The Amazing Spider-Man 2012 Gwen Stacy Marc Webb [28]
Gangster Squad 2013 Grace Faraday Ruben Fleischer [29]
Movie 43 Veronica Griffin Dunne Segment: "Veronica" [30]
The Croods Eep Crood Kirk DeMicco & Chris Sanders Voice [31]
The Amazing Spider-Man 2 2014 Gwen Stacy Marc Webb [32]
Magic in the Moonlight Sophie Baker Woody Allen [33]
Birdman or (The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance) Sam Thomson Alejandro González Iñárritu [34]
Aloha 2015 Allison Ng Cameron Crowe [35]
Irrational Man Jill Pollard Woody Allen [36]
Popstar: Never Stop Never Stopping 2016 Claudia Cantrell Akiva Schaffer & Jorma Taccone Uncredited cameo [37]
La La Land Mia Dolan Damien Chazelle [38]
Battle of the Sexes 2017 Billie Jean King Jonathan Dayton & Valerie Faris [39]
The Favourite 2018 Abigail Masham Yorgos Lanthimos [40]
Zombieland: Double Tap 2019 Wichita / Krista Ruben Fleischer [41]
Cruella   2021 Cruella de Vil Craig Gillespie Post-production [42]
Key
  Denotes films that have not yet been released

TelevisionEdit

Title Year Role Notes Ref(s)
The New Partridge Family 2004 Laurie Partridge Pilot [43]
Medium 2005 Cynthia McCallister Episode: "Sweet Dreams" (credited as Riley Stone) [44]
Malcolm in the Middle Diane Episode: "Lois Strikes Back" (credited as Riley Stone) [45]
The Suite Life of Zack & Cody 2006 Ivana Tipton (voice) Episode: "Crushed" [46]
Lucky Louie Shannon Episode: "Get Out" [44]
Drive 2007 Violet Trimble 7 episodes [3]
Saturday Night Live 2010,
2011,
2016,
2019
Herself / Host 4 episodes [1][47]
[48][49]
Robot Chicken 2011 Various voices 2 episodes [50]
30 Rock 2012 Herself Episode: "The Ballad of Kenneth Parcell" [51]
iCarly Heather Episode: "iFind Spencer Friends" [52]
Saturday Night Live 2014 Gwen Stacy Episode: "Andrew Garfield/Coldplay" (uncredited) [53]
Saturday Night Live 40th Anniversary Special 2015 Roseanne Roseannadanna Television special [54]
Saturday Night Live Herself Episode: "Matthew McConaughey/Adele" (uncredited) [55]
Maya & Marty 2016 Episode: "Sean Hayes, Steve Martin, Kelly Ripa & Emma Stone" [56]
Saturday Night Live 2017 Episode: "Ryan Gosling/Jay-Z" (uncredited) [57]
Maniac 2018 Annie Landsberg Also executive producer [58]

TheaterEdit

Title Year Role Notes Ref.
Cabaret 2014–2015 Sally Bowles Studio 54 [59]

DiscographyEdit

Title Year Peak chart positions Album
AUT
[60]
BEL
(Fl)

[61]
FRA
[62]
SPA
[63]
SWI
[64]
UK
[65]
"I Know What Boys Like"[66] 2008 The House Bunny
"Knock On Wood"[67] 2010 Easy A
"Turn Up the Beef"[37] 2016 Popstar: Never Stop Never Stopping
"Another Day of Sun"[68]
(with La La Land Cast)
18 21 La La Land: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack
"Someone in the Crowd"[68]
(with Callie Hernandez, Sonoya Mizuno, and Jessica Rothe)
88
"A Lovely Night"[68]
(with Ryan Gosling)
75
"City of Stars"[68]
(with Ryan Gosling)
68 30 194 14 48 53
"Audition (The Fools Who Dream)"[68] 122
"City of Stars (Humming)"[68]
(Justin Hurwitz featuring Emma Stone)
"—" denotes a song that did not chart or was not released.

Music videoEdit

Title Year Performer(s) Ref.
"Anna" 2015 Will Butler [69]
"Who Cares" 2018 Paul McCartney [70]

Video gamesEdit

Title Year Voice role Ref.
Sleeping Dogs 2012 Amanda Cartwright [71]

See alsoEdit

NotesEdit

ReferencesEdit

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