Oliver Stone is an American film director, screenwriter, and producer. Stone came to public prominence between the mid-1980s and the early 1990s for writing and directing a series of films about the Vietnam War, in which he had participated as an infantry soldier. Many of Stone’s films primarily focus on controversial American political issues during the late 20th century, and as such that they were considered dangerous at the times of their releases.

Stone was born September 15, 1946, in New York City as William Oliver Stone, the son of Jacqueline and Louis Stone, a stockbroker. He grew up in Manhattan and Stamford, Connecticut. His parents met during World War II, when his father was fighting as a part of the Allied force in France. His American-born father was a non-practicing Jew, and his French-born mother was a non-practicing Roman Catholic. He was raised in the Episcopal Church, and now practices Buddhism.

Oliver Stone Height, Weight & More

Oliver Stone Weight: 192 lbs (87 kg)

Oliver Stone Height: 6′ (1.83 m)

Oliver Stone Shoe Size: 11 (US)

Oliver Stone Star Sign: Virgo

Oliver Stone Net Worth: $50 million

Oliver Stone Hair Color: Black

Oliver Stone Eye Color: Dark Brown

Date Of Birth: 15 September 1946

Birth Place: New York City, New York, USA

Birth Name: William Oliver Stone

Nationality: American

-Ashkenazi Jewish (father)
-French (mother)

Religion: Buddhism (previously Protestant)

Spouse: Sun-jung Jung (m. 1996), Elizabeth Stone (m. 1981-1993), Najwa Sarkis (m. 1971-1977)

Parents: Jacqueline Goddet, Louis Stone

Children: Sean Stone, Tara Stone, Michael Stone

Snowden (2016)
Savages (2012)
Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps (2010)
Pinkville (2009)
W. (2008)
World Trade Center (2006)
Alexander (2004)
Persona non grata (2003)
Comandante (2003)
Any Given Sunday (1999)
U Turn (1997)
Nixon (1995)
Natural Born Killers (1994)
Heaven & Earth (1993)
JFK (1991)
The Doors (1991)
Born on the Fourth of July (1989)
Talk Radio (1988)
Wall Street (1987)
Platoon (1986)
Salvador (1986)
The Hand (1981)
Mad Man of Martinique (1979)
Seizure (1974)



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