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Wednesday 2 September 2015

Sharon Stone 'linked to new man'

Published 05/06/2013

Sharon Stone
Sharon Stone

Sharon Stone is rumoured to be dating a hotelier called Michael Wudyka.

The 55-year-old actress is said to have struck up a close friendship with a hotel owner from The Hamptons called Michael Wudyka, who is 46.

Michael owns the East Hampton Studio and Enclave Inn in Bridgehampton and first met Sharon in April.

"They are really good for each other," an insider told New York Post.

Sharon hit the headlines recently after putting on a series of glamorous appearances at the Cannes Film Festival. She showed of her age-defying figure in a number of slim-fitting dresses, although Michael didn't accompany her to the annual film event.

According to an insider, he was too busy with his work to take time out. He is also said to be a "down to earth" guy, which he seemingly proved in a magazine interview last year.

The hotelier was asked about his love for the upmarket area of New York, which he called a "step up" from his earlier life in Detroit.

"I’m a beach guy. Put me in a chair with waves hitting my feet and I’m good," the Post quotes him as saying.

Neither Michael or Sharon's representatives have commented on the report.

Sharon most recently dated Argentinian model Martin Mica after meeting him at a Vogue party in Brazil. There were rumours they had split in January, although they were soon seen strolling around arm and arm during a day time date.

The actress has previously spoken about what she looks for in a man, revealing she doesn't always find dating easy.

"I think men have a hard time managing their egos. They do OK for a while, when they're dating me, but when someone explains to them that they're dating her, they have a hard time with that,” she said. “Hollywood men, by and large, are not my type. I like foreign, intellectual men. I think [being in a relationship] is nature and I would like to be in compliance with nature.”

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