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Sylvester Stallone is an American actor, director, producer, and screenwriter. He is best known for his role as Rocky Balboa in the Rocky film series (1976–2018). He has also starred in the films Rambo (1982–2019), The Expendables (2010–2014), and Creed (2015–2018). Stallone has won two Academy Awards, two Golden Globe Awards, and a Primetime Emmy Award. As of 2021, Sylvester Stallone's net worth is estimated to be $400 million. He has earned his wealth from his successful career in the entertainment industry. He has appeared in over 70 films and has directed and produced several films. He has also written several screenplays and has earned royalties from them. Stallone has also earned money from endorsements and investments.

Popular As Sylvester Enzio Stallone (Sly, Michael, The Italian Stallion, Binky, Sly Stallone)
Occupation actor,writer,producer
Age 76 years old
Zodiac Sign Cancer
Born 6 July, 1946
Birthday 6 July
Birthplace New York City, U.S.
Nationality United States

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Sylvester Stallone Height, Weight & Measurements

At 76 years old, Sylvester Stallone height is 5′ 10″ .

Physical Status
Height 5′ 10″
Weight Not Available
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Who Is Sylvester Stallone's Wife?

His wife is Sasha Czack (m. 1974-1985) Brigitte Nielsen (m. 1985-1987) Jennifer Flavin (m. 1997)

Parents Not Available
Wife Sasha Czack (m. 1974-1985) Brigitte Nielsen (m. 1985-1987) Jennifer Flavin (m. 1997)
Sibling Not Available
Children 5, including Sage and Sistine

Sylvester Stallone Net Worth

His net worth has been growing significantly in 2022-2023. So, how much is Sylvester Stallone worth at the age of 76 years old? Sylvester Stallone’s income source is mostly from being a successful Actor. He is from United States. We have estimated Sylvester Stallone's net worth , money, salary, income, and assets.

The Party at Kitty and Stud's (1970)$200
Death Race 2000 (1975)$700
Rocky (1976)$23,000
Rocky III (1982)$7,000,000
First Blood (1982)$3,500,000
Staying Alive (1983)$10,000,000
Rhinestone (1984)$4,000,000
Rocky IV (1985)$12,000,000
Cobra (1986)$13,000,000
Over the Top (1987)$13,000,000
Rambo III (1988)$16,000,000
Lock Up (1989)$15,000,000
Tango & Cash (1989)$15,000,000
Rocky V (1990)$15,000,000
Oscar (1991)$15,000,000
Cliffhanger (1993)$15,000,000
Demolition Man (1993)$15,000,000
The Specialist (1994)$12,000,000
Judge Dredd (1995)$15,000,000
Assassins (1995)$15,000,000
Daylight (1996)$17,500,000
Cop Land (1997)$60,000
Driven (2001)$20,000,000
D-Tox (2002)$20,000,000
The Expendables 2 (2012)$15,000,000
Bullet to the Head (2012)$12,000,000
Escape Plan (2013)$10,000,000
The Expendables 3 (2014)$15,000,000

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On 8 March 2005 he appeared in his first magazine issue of Sly which came out monthly. He was on the cover of every magazine and did most of the articles and interviews himself.


As of 2004 is the all time Razzie Award champion, with a record 30 nominations and 10 "wins", more than any other person in history.


Entered into the house of Big Brother VIP 2 (Mexico) for a few minutes as a special guest. He was in Mexico promoting Spy Kids 3-D: Game Over (2003) and was invited to participate.


14 February 2002 - Sylvester sued his former business manager, Kenneth Starr, for giving him bad business advice. He claims $17M in damages. Part of the advice was for him to hold onto his shares in Planet Hollywood, the now bankrupt restaurant chain, despite it already being in a financial bind.


Sued by model Margie Carr, who contends that he tried to force her to have physical relations with him last year at a Santa Monica Gym. [February 2001]


Further film and television roles followed, most of them in uninspiring productions except for the opportunity to play a megalomaniac, bloodthirsty race driver named "Machine Gun Joe Viterbo" in the Roger Corman-produced Death Race 2000 (1975).


Stallone then lent his vocal talents to the animated adventure story Antz (1998), reprised the role made famous by Michael Caine in a terrible remake of Get Carter (2000), climbed back into a race car for Driven (2001), and guest-starred as the "Toymaker" in the third chapter of the immensely popular "Spy Kids" film series, Spy Kids 3-D: Game Over (2003).


Interestingly, Stallone then took a departure from the gung-ho steely characters he had been portraying to stack on a few extra pounds and tackle a more dramatically challenging role in the intriguing Cop Land (1997), also starring Robert De Niro and Ray Liotta.

It isn't a classic of the genre, but Cop Land (1997) certainly surprised many critics with Stallone's understated performance.


Daughter Sophia Rose Stallone, 2-1/2, by wife Jennifer Flavin. undergoes open heart surgery at UCLA Medical Center. The procedure went well. [November 1996]


On 5 June 1994 he broke up with then-girlfriend Jennifer Flavin by sending her a "Dear Jane" letter via FedEx. They reconciled after one year, on 5 June 1995 and married on 17 May 1997.


According to Anthony Holden's "Behind the Oscar" (New York: Simon & Shuster, 1993), the great Frank Capra was enlisted in the Oscar campaign for the original Rocky (1976). Capra was quoted as saying, "I think it's the best picture in the last ten years. It's got my vote for the Oscars all the way down the line."


Sly quickly followed with the lukewarm comedy Oscar (1991), the painfully unfunny Stop! Or My Mom Will Shoot (1992), the futuristic action film Demolition Man (1993), and the comic book-inspired Judge Dredd (1995).


Philadelphia's favorite mythical boxer moved out of the shadows for his fifth screen outing in Rocky V (1990) tackling Tommy "Machine" Gunn played by real-life heavyweight fighter Tommy Morrison, the great-nephew of screen legend John Wayne.


He was considered for Patrick Swayze's role in Next of Kin (1989).


Has his look-alike puppet in the French show Les Guignols de l'info (1988).


Cobra (1986) was a clumsy mess, Over The Top (1987) was equally mediocre, Rambo III (1988) saw Rambo take on the Russians in Afghanistan, and cop buddy film Tango and Cash (1989) just did not quite hit the mark, although it did feature a top-notch cast and there was chemistry between Stallone and co-star Kurt Russell.


Political viewpoints aside, the film was a worldwide smash, and a sequel soon followed with Rambo: First Blood Part 2 (1985), which drew even stronger criticism from several quarters owing to the film's plotline about American MIAs allegedly being held in Vietnam.

Riding a wave of amazing popularity, Stallone called on old sparring partner Rocky Balboa to climb back into the ring to defend American pride against a Soviet threat in the form of a towering Russian boxer named "Ivan Drago" played by curt Dolph Lundgren in Rocky IV (1985). The fourth outing was somewhat controversial with "Rocky" fans, as violence levels seemed excessive compared to previous "Rocky" films, especially with the savage beating suffered by Apollo Creed, played by Carl Weathers, at the hands of the unstoppable "Siberian Express". Stallone continued forward with a slew of macho character-themed films that met with a mixed reception from his fans.


Has the distinction of appearing in three of the 100 Most Enjoyably Awful Movies of All Time as listed in Razzie Award-founder John Wilson's book, "The Official Razzie Movie Guide": Rhinestone (1984), Rambo: First Blood Part 2 (1985)) and The Specialist (1994). He is thus tied with Joseph Cotten for having the second most titles among the 100. Ernest Borgnine has the most, appearing in four of the 100 titles.


The character of Green Beret "John Rambo" was the creation of Canadian-born writer David Morrell, and his novel was adapted to the screen with Stallone in the lead role in Rambo: First Blood (1982), also starring Richard Crenna and Brian Dennehy. The movie was a surprise hit that polarized audiences because of its commentary about the Vietnam war, which was still relatively fresh in the American public's psyche.


Subsequent films Nighthawks (1981) and Victory (1981) failed to ignite with audiences, so Stallone was once again lured back to familiar territory with Rocky III (1982) and a fearsome opponent in "Clubber Lang" played by muscular ex-bodyguard Mr. T. The third "Rocky" installment far outperformed the first sequel in box office takings, but Stallone retired his prizefighter for a couple of years as another series was about to commence for the busy actor.


But they say there is no such thing as bad publicity, and "John Rambo's" second adventure was a major money spinner for Stallone and cemented him as one of the top male stars of the 1980s.


Second son Seargeoh Stallone (b. 1979) is autistic.


(1978), loosely based on the life of Teamsters boss "Jimmy Hoffa", and Paradise Alley (1978) before pulling on the boxing gloves again to resurrect Rocky Balboa in the sequel Rocky II (1979). The second outing for the "Italian Stallion" wasn't as powerful or successful as the first "Rocky", however, it still produced strong box office.


Rocky (1976) became the stuff of cinematic legends, scoring ten Academy Award nominations, winning the Best Picture Award of 1976 and triggering one of the most financially successful movie series in history! Whilst full credit is wholly deserved by Stallone, he was duly supported by tremendous acting from fellow cast members Talia Shire, Burgess Meredith and Burt Young, and director John G. Avildsen gave the film an emotive, earthy appeal from start to finish. Stallone had truly arrived on his terms, and offers poured in from various studios eager to secure Hollywood's hottest new star.

Stallone followed Rocky (1976) with F. I. S. T.


However, Stallone was also keen to be recognized as a screenwriter, not just an actor, and, inspired by the 1975 Muhammad Ali-Chuck Wepner fight in Cleveland, Stallone wrote a film script about a nobody fighter given the "million to one opportunity" to challenge for the heavyweight title.


He got a crucial career break alongside fellow young actor Henry Winkler, sharing lead billing in the effectively written teen gang film The Lords of Flatbush (1974).


Initially, he struggled in small parts in films such as the soft-core Italian Stallion (1970), the thriller Klute (1971) and the comedy Bananas (1971).


Sylvester Stallone is a thletically built, dark-haired American actor/screenwriter/director/producer, the movie fans worldwide have been flocking to see Stallone's films for over 40 years, making "Sly" one of Hollywood's biggest-ever box office draws. Sylvester Stallone was born on July 6, 1946, in New York's gritty Hell's Kitchen, to Jackie Stallone (née Labofish), an astrologer, and Frank Stallone, a beautician and hairdresser. His father was an Italian immigrant, and his mother's heritage is half French (from Brittany) and half German. The young Stallone attended the American College of Switzerland and the University of Miami, eventually obtaining a B. A. degree.