She may have experienced her heydey in the 1990s with such hit films as Basic Instinct, Sliver, The Specialist and Casino.
But Sharon Stone is going just as strong as ever as she has five movies this year.
So it’s no wonder the 59-year-old actress is proving to her Instagram followers that she’s every bit as fit as stars half her age when she posted a bikini photo on Wednesday
The Pennsylvania native looked perfectly toned in a tiny periwinkle string bikini.
Stone was laying on the concrete between a swimming pool and lounge chair.
The Muse star’s hands were on her forehead and she smiled as she looked up at the photographer who she named in her caption as Price Arana, a documentary filmmaker.
The star’s caption read, ‘Summer attitude.’ Sharon has remained very active in Hollywood making movie after movie.
This year alone she has five films.
She was in Running Wild with Jason Lewis and Tommy Flanagan. The drama was about a widow who saves her ranch by working with convicts to rehabilitate a herd of wild horses that wandered onto her property.
Next came The Disaster Artist with Lizzy Caplan, which was directed by James Franco.
She had the starring role opposite Famke Janssen in A Little Something For Your Birthday.
Later this year she can be seen in the TV movie Mosaic with Garrett Hedlund; the director is Steven Soderbergh.
And she can soon be seen in What About Love, a romance with Iain Glen and Rosabell Laurenti Sellers from director Klaus Menzel.
In her personal life, Sharon has loved every minute of raising her kids Roan, 16; Laird, 12; and Quinn, 10.
In May, she scooped the Mother of the Year Award at the Associates for Breast and Prostate Cancer Studies’ Mother’s Day Luncheon.
Sharon discussed how motherhood didn’t come easily to her because she suffered from miscarriages before she decided to adopt.
Speaking at the gala, she said: ‘I’m grateful my kids chose me, I am a lucky mum.
‘Motherhood didn’t come easily, but it came lovingly to me by angels.
‘We’re a happy and lucky family. That is the credo we stand for. We have a choice about what we teach our children – we have to stand tall and say yes to love.’
As for romance, she married American journalist Phil Bronstein, 66, in February 1998.
The couple adopted Roan together in 2000 but Phil filed for divorce in 2003 citing ‘irreconcilable differences’.
The mum-of-three went on to adopt Laird in 2005 and Quinn in 2006.