Hollywood icon Sharon Stone recalls her terrifying SNL debut in 1992.

Protesters stormed the stage, threatening to kill Stone during her monologue. 

SNL's Lorne Michaels intervened, confronting security to protect Stone. 

Protesters misunderstood Stone's AIDS activism, accusing Hollywood of homophobia and misogyny. 

Facing handcuffs and chaos, Stone performed her monologue in fear. 

Surviving a stroke in 2001, Stone shifted her focus from acting to global activism. 

Despite challenges, Stone uses her voice for change, working with WHO, the UN, and more.