Sharon Stone

<b>Last TV role:</b> "Law & Order: SVU" (recurring, 2010)
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<b>Why we want her back:</b> Although she's had recurring guest roles on "SVU," "Huff" and "The Practice," Stone's only experience as a series regular was the short-lived '80s baseball drama "Bay City Blues." She's been active in indie films lately, but the one-time "Basic Instinct" sex symbol should take a page from other movie stars -- Jessica Lange, Glenn Close, Ellen Barkin -- and give TV a try.
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<b>Suggested role:</b> It's no coincidence both Lange and Barkin chose to work with Ryan Murphy. He'd be a perfect match for Stone. (And if FOX ever decides to put "Glee" out of its misery, he'll have an open slot on a very busy dance card.)
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<i>-- <a href="http://www.twitter.com/geoffberkshire">Geoff Berkshire</a>, <a href="http://www.zap2it.com">Zap2it</a></i>

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Last TV role: "Law & Order: SVU" (recurring, 2010)

Why we want her back: Although she's had recurring guest roles on "SVU," "Huff" and "The Practice," Stone's only experience as a series regular was the short-lived '80s baseball drama "Bay City Blues." She's been active in indie films lately, but the one-time "Basic Instinct" sex symbol should take a page from other movie stars -- Jessica Lange, Glenn Close, Ellen Barkin -- and give TV a try.

Suggested role: It's no coincidence both Lange and Barkin chose to work with Ryan Murphy. He'd be a perfect match for Stone. (And if FOX ever decides to put "Glee" out of its misery, he'll have an open slot on a very busy dance card.)

-- Geoff Berkshire, Zap2it

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