The son of one of the most famous actors of all time, Seargeoh Stallone’s time in the spotlight was short-lived, but he apparently continues to live a wonderful life with his father.
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Early life and Education
Born in Los Angeles, California USA, in 1979, Seargeoh Stallone is the son of actor Sylvester Stallone and actress Sacha Czack. His father is well known as a screenwriter, producer, director and actor, best known for the “Rocky” and “Rambo” action movie franchises.
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His mother Sacha is not only an actress, but a director as well and is well known for “Love of Life”, “Long Lost Love”, and “Vic”. Seargeoh has three half-sisters that his father had with girlfriend Jennifer Flavin, after divorcing his mother in 1985. His sisters are Sistine Rose, Scarlet Rose and Sophia Rose Stallone.
Seargeohs grandparents were Francesco Frank Sr. Stallone a polo lover and hairdresser, as well as the author of “Steward Lane”. His grandmother was named Jackie, a former dancer, advocate of women’s wrestling and an astrologer.
At the age of three Stallone’s parents noticed that his speech was very repetitive and was drawing before he was able to walk so, they went to have him checked out by a medical professional, which is when he was diagnosed with autism. Doctors urged the Stallone family to put Seargeoh into a medical facility or home that would take care of his special needs, but Sylvester refused, insisting that his son would stay at home with family.
Seargeohs condition started to improve as he underwent therapy, and attended a school for children with special needs.
Seargeoh Stallone and Sylvester Stallone
Although his autism held him back in many ways, he was an extremely bright child, but could only perform very basic tasks. After learning more about his condition, the Stallone family donated large amounts of money to the National Society for Children and Adults with Autism.
Life of Seargeohs father, Sylvester
Michael Sylvester Gardenzio Stallone was born on 6 July 1946, and is a critically acclaimed actor, producer, screenwriter and director.
Sylvester moved to New York in 1969, a struggling actor trying to make a name for himself. Five years later he moved to Hollywood to film “The Lords of Flatbush”, playing the role as Staney Rosiello which really put him on the map.
For the next few years work was slow and Sylvester was only finding roles as an extra or side character until 1976, when he landed the role of a lifetime as Rocky Balboa in the first of the “Rocky” series. Even today when anyone hears about Sylvester Stallone, they know about his role in Rocky. In the movie Sylvester plays a boxer who is seriously underestimated in the boxing world, and goes on to fight some serious heavyweight opponents before becoming the two-time World Heavyweight Champion. The last two films in the “Rocky” series are named “Creed” and “Creed 2”, and they follow the son of boxer Apollo Cread whom Rocky was once a mentor for.
Forty years after the original film premiered, Sylvester was nominated for an Oscar for the third time, his first nomination was 40 years earlier he was then nominated for a Golden Globe for the first time.
Between 1982-2019 the “Rambo” films were made. Sylvester received praise for the box office success, playing John Rambo a soldier suffering from PTSD (post-traumatic stress disorder). During the same time Stallone played Barney Ross, a mercenary in the three “Expendables” films. The three biggest franchises he was apart of were not just adding actor to his resume – Stallone also co-wrote and helped direct several of them.
“Rocky” has since been inaugurated into the National Film Registry, with has been put in The Smithsonian Museum. The Entry to the Philadelphia Museum of Art was showcased in the “Rocky” movies, and so the stairs have come to be known as the Rocky Steps. Not only that, but there is a statue of Rocky near the Philadelphian museum. Rocky has also made his way into the International Boxing Hall of Fame in 2010, being put into the non-participant category.
Sage Moonblood Stallone was born on 5 May 1976, and was the elder brother of Seargeoh.
Safe was known as a producer, distributor, director and actor – his acting debut was made next to his father Sylvester in 1990, in “Rocky V”, which was the fifth part of the Rocky movies. His character Robert Balboa Jr. was the son of the character his father played in the movie; Sage however did not get the part to play the same character in the sixth part of “Rocky”, but Sage was also cast in alongside his father in “Daylight” in 1996.
Starting in 1994 he attended the University of North Carolina School of the Arts to study filmmaking for a year.
After graduating, he teamed up with Bob Murawski to start Grindhouse Releasing, a company based in Los Angeles the purpose of which was to preserve and restore B-movies. Sages first project was a director “Vic”, which won the 2006 Best New Film Maker award at the Boston Film Festival.
Before his death, his last projects were acting jobs in “Promises Written in water” and “The Agent” both films by Vincent Gallo. The Venice Film Festival featured both films as did the Toronto International Film Festival.
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On 13 July 2012 in Studio City, Los Angeles, Sage Stallone was found dead in his home; friends and family became concerned after they had not heard from him in four days. Although there were a few prescription drug bottles found at the scene the autopsy report stated his cause of death was from an artery disease called atherosclerosis, and the only drugs reported in his system were over the counter pain medication. Sage’s funeral took place on 21 July in Los Angeles, at the St Martin of Tours Catholic Church, and he’s buried at the Westwood Village Memorial Park Cemetery.
In 1979 Seargeoh appeared in “Rocky” alongside his father playing Robert Rocky Balboa Jr., the infant son of Adrian and Rocky. He was put in front the camera one last time when he was seen on the cover of People Magazine with his father. Unfortunately, due to Seargeohs affliction, he has been unable to build a successful acting career.
Sources state the Stallone is worth an estimated $1 million, but there seems little doubt that he’s supported by his father as necessary – Sylvester’s wealth is reputedly over $400 million.
Seargeoh has dark brown hair and brown eyes.