|Son of Sylvester Stallone
Seargeoh Stallone is an American actor, and the son of an iconic actor, producer, screenwriter, and director Sylvester Stallone, who is well known as Rambo. Seargeoh was born in 1979 in the United States of America. His ethnicity is French-Ukrainian-Jewish-Italian-American. He has a brown eye color with black hair.
As a world-renowned actor, his father, Sylvester has performed lead roles in many movies including Rocky, Rambo, Creed, Nighthawks, Demolition Man to mention but a few. His mother, Sasha Czack, actress, photographer, and director is not as famous as Sylvester. She was born on 17th July, 1950 in Pennsylvania. She earned a degree in Media Studies from an accredited citadel of learning, University of Notre Dame Du Lac.
Due to his health challenge, not much is known about his early life and educational background. Both parents are best known for most of their action movies. His father has featured in Rocky, Rambo etc, while the mother is well known for her roles in Vic, Love of life, Long Lost Love etc.
But different sources confirmed that he went to a special school. He was diagnosed with autism in 1985. Unfortunately, his parents have gone separate ways as they divorced on 14th February 1985, a divorce that gained some media attention.
While growing up, his parents figured out Seargeoh was autistic. His father didn’t give up on him. He gave him the best life could offer and wanted him to establish a lucrative career for himself. Seargeoh was unable to recover completely, regardless of multiple therapies that were administered to him. He barely managed his disorder to an extent, possibly to the best of his ability.
His older brother, Sage Stallone passed away due to heart complications on 13th July 2012. He had three stepsisters; Sophia, Sistine, and Scarlet Rose.
Seargeoh’s grandfather, Francesco Frank was a polo enthusiast and famous Italian-American hairdresser. He was also a prolific writer, who produced many literary classics including ‘Stewart Lane’. His grandmother, Jackie was a promoter of women’s wrestling, an avid dancer, and an American astrologer.
History with Autism
Seargeoh was diagnosed with autism at the tender age of 3 and this cut short the pursuit of his career, unlike his siblings who had a more easy-going lifestyle. He started to show signs of autism after posing at the cover page of People Magazine, together with his dad. His dad, Sylvester quickly observed that something was absolutely wrong with his son’s behavior.
He started drawing pictures, and repeating words at the age he could hardly walk. Seargeoh underwent a series of scans and medical diagnostics, after which the doctor confirmed that he had autism.
This brought so much anguish and grief to the family, but with his father’s support, love, and care, Seargeoh was able to start taking care of most of his basic needs. While Seargeoh was still going through the early stage of the therapies, his parents got divorced in 1985.
Subsequently, his father did not give up on him; he gave him the best and sent him to a special school after undergoing some therapeutic processes for a few years. His father ignored all advice that suggested keeping him in a special or medical institution.
He simply started taking care of him and also started to educate him on a wide range of issues. Together with his family and the National Society for Children and Adults with Autism, they set up a research fund in his honor.
Seargeoh acted differently from other autistic children. He was able to perform some duties on his own and was intelligent in his own right. His condition improved creditably at the age of 10.
He got huge support from his parents who wanted the best for him, especially his father. They wanted him to pursue a flourishing acting career of his own. But due to his health challenge, he couldn’t establish a long-lasting lucrative career in Hollywood.
He is well known for his sports drama film, Rocky II released in 1979, a movie that made a grossing sum of $6,390,537 within the first opening weekend. This film was written and directed by his own father, Sylvester, while Robert Chertoff and Irwin Winkler were producers. Seargeoh was still an infant when he featured in this film.
According to available records, Seargeoh appeared in one movie. But multiple sources have confirmed that he has an estimated cash flow of over $1 million. His father has an estimated fortune of $400 million.
There is no evidence of Seargeoh’s past relationship or present girlfriend. There is also no available information that he might be gay. He is someone that values privacy; he spends most of his time alone, and try as much as possible to stay out of media scrutiny.
He is someone that is lovable; he has won the hearts of many girls, and a greater majority of these girls have sympathized with him, some even willingly wanted to date him yet he showed no positive signs. There is no available evidence to prove he is currently involved in any emotional affair.
His older brother
His older brother, Sage born on 5th May, 1976 was also a movie star, director, and screenwriter. He followed his parent’s professional footsteps, and he featured in multiple movies including Reflections of Evil, American Hero, Rocky V, and Promises written in water, amongst others.
In 1988, barely 3 years after his parents parted ways, his father met Jennifer Flavin at a restaurant. She was 19 years old, while Sylvester was already 42 years old. Regardless of their age difference, they dated for almost a decade before they finally wedded in 1997. Since then, they have been happily married.
Their union has produced three beautiful daughters, Sophia the eldest who was born on 27th August 1996 in Miami Florida, then came Sistine and Scarlet Rose after some years.
Despite his health challenge, Seargeoh is truly a success story!