For over four decades now, legendary multi-millionaire American actor, Sylvester Stallone has been wowing movie lovers across the globe with his exceptional acting talents. Popular for mostly action roles in numerous films and television series including Rocky, Rambo, and Escape Plan, Stallone has made a lot of waves in the international filming industry. The thriller actor as of August 2019 was busy filming the last lap of the Rambo series – Rambo V: Last Blood. Meanwhile, behind Sylvester Stallone’s successful professional life is his not-so-smooth personal/marital life. Among the products of his several marriages is Seargeoh Stallone. Let’s get to know more about him.
Who Is Seargeoh Stallone, Sylvester Stallone’s Son?
Seargeoh Stallone is the second child and lesser-known son of Sylvester Stallone and his first wife, Sasha Czack, an American actress and photographer. He was born in 1979 in the U.S.A. Seargeoh grew up alongside his older brother, Sage Moonblood Stallone. Sage later became a Hollywood actor but unfortunately died of heart failure in 2012 at the age of 36. Seargeoh has two nephews, Frank and Dante.
At the age of three, the Stallones’ family doctor diagnosed Seargeoh with autism. That was after his parents noticed that he was lacking communication and socializing skills required of children of his age. Making matters worse for the young lad was when his parents legally separated the next few years, precisely on 1985 Valentine’s Day when he was aged just five. His father also remarried the same year while Seargeoh was still undergoing the first stages of therapies for the disorder. Sly tied the knot with American Actress, Brigitte Nielsen on the 15th of December, 1985.
Howbeit, Seargeoh’s mother took full charge of looking after him. And after a series of therapies that spanned several years, he enrolled in a school for kids with learning disabilities in Pasadena, California. While schooling, his father insisted that he stayed with the family, instead of being kept on a special school boarding or medical admission.
Meanwhile, Seargeoh’s family showed him much love and care while putting in much effort in teaching him a variety of things. In addition, his dad rebuilt their compound to have a more natural outlook and atmosphere that will help in bringing him out of solitude. They also created an NSCAA-operated research fund to help him alongside other kids living with autism. With all these, and some other efforts, Seargeoh’s condition witnessed some level of improvement by the time he turned ten.
Meanwhile, Seargeoh Stallone’s dad spurred him on towards a career in acting. He had earlier instrumented his movie debut in the 1979 sports drama, Rocky II wherein Seargeoh featured as an infant. He appeared as Robert Balboa Jr., the newborn son of Robert and Adrian Balboa (played by Sylvester Stallone and Talia Shire).
The role, however, remains Seargeoh’s first and last so far as he was not able to become an actor, as he did not recover to the point of acquiring professional skills, including in others fields. His brother, Sage later portrayed an older version of Robert Balboa Jr. on his behalf in Rocky V. This has since resulted in many mistaking Sage for Seargeoh.
In addition to Rocky II, Seargeoh Stallone alongside his dad were the cover feature of a 1982 edition of People. His brother Sage and mum Sasha also featured on the magazine. That was, however, Seargeoh’s last media appearance.
Where Is Seargeoh Stallone Now?
Seargeoh Stallone reportedly lives with his family in their massive La Quinta mansion in California. Some other sources, however, say that he lives with his mother, Alexandra Jane “Sasha” Czack, Sylvester Stallone’s first ex-wife.
Whatever the case, Seargeogh Stallone prefers to keep to himself due to the lingering effects of autism on him. He has also not been able to engage in any romantic affair nor marry as a result of his mental health status. He, however, enjoys the love and care of his family members. His dad, stepmom (Jennifer Flavin), and half-sisters, Sophia, Sistine, and Scarlet maintain a good relationship with him. Meanwhile, the media are scarcely able to follow him nor sniff out any further information about him owing to his solitary lifestyle.