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Sean Christopher Stone (born December 29, 1984) is an American actor, filmmaker, and television host. With Tyrel Ventura and Tabetha Wallace, Stone hosts the RT America show Watching the Hawks. Stone and Ventura also host an online talk show named Buzzsaw. Stone with a necklace with Zulfiqar (the sword of Ali), a symbol of Shia Islam. Stone is a convert to that religion.

Stone was born in New York City. He is the son of Elizabeth Burkit Cox and film director Oliver Stone and has appeared in several of his father’s films. His paternal grandmother was French.

A convert to Shia Islam in 2012, in an interview with CNN, Stone said that he accepted Muhammad as the seal of the prophets. Speaking to Bill O’Reilly, he claimed Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad’s statements about Israel had been misunderstood.

Stone has acted in films since he was a child, including several of his father’s films such as The DoorsJFKNatural Born Killers, and Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps. Stone has become a director in his own right with Graystone, a movie based on Stone’s experiences exploring haunted mental asylums.

Stone is a member of the Board of Advisors for the company MindShare Ventures Group based in New York City. The company is involved in several business areas including entertainment, commodities, healthcare, real estate, tech, and venture capital. He was invited to the Board in 2013 by Founder and Chairman, Ali Naqvi.

Sean Stone is one of the proponents of the idea that elections have always been rigged

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