Sharon Stone has signed for representation with ICM, where she will be handled by a team headed by Ed Limato. Stone had been without an agent for several years; she will continue to be managed by Chuck Binder.
After catapulting to stardom with “Basic Instinct,” the actress recently decided against starring in a sequel of that film and continues to involve herself in eclectic, offbeat projects. Last seen as the title character in the Albert Brooks-directed “The Muse,” Stone recently wrapped a small role in “Picking Up the Pieces” in which she plays a philandering wife married to Woody Allen.
Stone will also be seen with Nick Nolte and Jeff Bridges in Fine Line’s “Simpatico” and alongside Billy Connolly in “Beautiful Joe” for Capitol Films. She is also starring with Ellen DeGeneres in an Anne Heche-directed short called “Misconceptions.” That project is part of the HBO sequel to “If These Walls Could Talk.”