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The 20-stone confidence trickster was dubbed "Shrek" by one of his victims because of his likeness to the cartoon ogre.
In 2001, Berry set a world record after skippering a trimaran from Plymouth to La Rochelle in France - ten hours faster than the previous best time.
The film won seven Golden Globe awards, the most won by any movie in the awards show's history.
"This is a film for dreamers, and I think that hope and creativity are two of the most important things in the world and that’s what this movie is about,” Stone said in her acceptance speech.
Her family's surname was anglicized to Stone when her grandfather, who is of Swedish descent, immigrated to the United States through Ellis Island.
Stone began acting when she was 11, with her first stage role in a youth theater production of After attending an all-girl Catholic high school for one semester, Stone dropped out in order to focus on an acting career.
In January 2014 Berry’s crimes came to light and police went to a flat at East Preston in West Sussex, where he was thought to be staying at the time, but the property was empty.
Following an appeal on the BBC Crimewatch Roadshow, officers were told he was living in the New Forest and using the name Jonathan Jones.
Although the resulting show never made it past the pilot, it served as a starting point for Stone's career, and led her to future manager Doug Wald., alongside Jonah Hill and Michael Cera.
“He has a perverse skill in identifying women who have independent means and savings, but who can still be vulnerable to his specious charm.
“We are glad that the court has recognised the seriousness of his repeated offending and we would like to thank the three victims who have shown great courage in giving evidence and have maintained their confidence in us to find this man and bring him to justice.
Stone's witty and charming performance in the film earned her a Golden Globe nomination for best actress.
She received critical praise again in 2011, as college graduate and aspiring writer Eugenia "Skeeter" Phelan in , co-starring Ryan Gosling.