Emma Stone Net Worth

How much is Emma Stone worth?

Net Worth:$40 Million
Date of Birth:November 6, 1988 (35 years old)
Gender:Female
Height:1.68 m, 5 ft 6 in
Profession:Actor, Model, Voice Actor
Nationality:American
Emma Stone Net Worth:
$40 Million

Emma was born 6th November 1988 in Scottsdale, Arizona. Her full name is Emily Jean Stone. Some of her significant roles are Olive in Easy A, Gwen Stacy in The Amazing Spider-Man, Hannah in Crazy, Stupid, Love and Grace Faraday in 2013 movie Gangster Squad. Emma lives in Greenwich Village in New York City. She is dating actor Andrew Garfield since 2011.

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Career

Stone goes by the name “Emma” instead of her birth name “Emily” because the name “Emily Stone” was already taken when she registered for the Screen Actors Guild. Her first few roles in California included her television debut as Laurie Partridge on the VH1 talent competition show “In Search of the New Partridge Family” (2004), a guest appearance on “Lucky Louie”, and the role of Violet Trimble in the Fox drama “Drive” (2007).

Personal Life

Although never officially confirmed, Stone was reported by the media to have dated “The Amazing Spider-Man” co-star Andrew Garfield from 2010 to 2015. Since 2017, Stone has been in a relationship with Dave McCary, segment director for “Saturday Night Live”, and the couple became engaged in December 2019.

Inspirational Quotes by Emma Stone

The roles that have come into my life have taught me - and in that time period maybe I didn't even know it, but whatever came up or whatever it is that you have to express at that time, has benefitted me in a particular way.

Emma Stone

I was very lucky with the parents I was blessed with. I don't think it could have worked out any better. They've always been so understanding of me and understanding of what I want to do.

Emma Stone

I mean, I haven't been around very long. I can't expect everyone to have seen 'The House Bunny'. Oh God. I am having such waves of internal embarrassment, which now I'm admitting on a tape recorder. This is so one of the things I should keep in my head.

Emma Stone

I think 'Saturday Night Live', starting in the 1970s, really gave women an outlet to be funny. A lot of those women went on to have film careers, from Kristen Wiig now to Tina Fey and Gilda Radner.

Emma Stone

I'm not very computer savvy.

Emma Stone