Sharon Stone on her acting comeback: I felt nervous and insecure

Updated: Mar 05, 2018, 16:01 IST | PTI | Los Angeles

Hollywood star Sharon Stone says she was anxious about returning to acting after overcoming health problems

Sharon Stone
Sharon Stone

Hollywood star Sharon Stone says she was anxious about returning to acting after overcoming health problems. The 59-year-old actor has been out of the spotlight for several years after suffering a stroke and brain haemorrhage in September 2001, but is currently seen in Steven Soderbergh's new TV drama "Mosaic" as murder victim Olivia Lake.
"I absolutely felt insecure. But I certainly didn't want anyone to think I did. I was asking myself, 'What's going to happen if I can't do it? What's going to happen if I fall apart?'" Sharon told Grazia magazine.

The actor said she was particularly nervous because the stroke left her with memory problems. ''I lost my short- and long-term memory when I had the stroke and it took me a long time to get it back, because I had to learn to learn. I was such a hot shot, back in the day. I had a photographic memory so I didn't even have to learn lines. Coming back to it, I didn't know what the hell I was doing," she said.

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