Sylvester Stallone’s son Seargeoh Stallone Wiki, Age, Family, Father, Milo Ventimiglia as Rocky Balboa

• Seargeoh Stallone was born in 1979 in the USA
• He has a net worth estimated at over $1 million, elevated by his father's net worth of over $400 million
• He was diagnosed with autism at a young age and is still under the care of his family
• He made an appearance in the film 'Rocky II' in 1979
• He doesn't have any social media presence and is living a very private life

Who is Seargeoh Stallone?

Seargeoh Stallone was born in 1979, in the United States of America, and is an actor, but perhaps best known for being the son of iconic actor Sylvester Stallone. His father is best known for his work in the “Rocky” and “Rambo” series of films; Seargeoh made an appearance in the film “Rocky II” as Rocky Balboa Jr.

The Riches of Seargeoh Stallone

How rich is Seargeoh Stallone? As of late-2018, sources inform us of a net worth that is estimated at over $1 million, earned through success in his various endeavors. His wealth has likely been elevated thanks to his father, who has a net worth estimated at over $400 million. As Seargeoh continues his endeavors, it is expected that his wealth will also continue to increase.

Early Life

Seargeoh is the son of Sylvester’s first marriage to Sasha Zack. He grew up with an older brother Sage Moonblood, who passed away at the age of 36 from heart disease. Seargeoh was diagnosed with autism at a young age, at a time when his parents were at the peak of their fame. His grandfather was a hairdresser, and the author of the book “Stewart Lane”, while his grandmother was an astrologer and early advocate of women’s wrestling.

The marriage of his parents would not last long, and his father would marry twice more, so Seargeoh has three half-sisters from these marriages. Due to being autistic, it meant that he would be in the care of his family for his entire life, being unable to pursue a career. According to reports, he showed signs of autism while in a photo shoot, and his father noticed something unusual with his behavior. He was already repeating words and drawing pictures even though he was at the age when he did not yet walk.

Seargeoh Stallone

Autism and Acting

Thanks to his family’s support, Seargeoh was able to start taking care of himself ,which eased the burden on the family. He took a lot of therapy, and also attended a special school which integrated autism therapy into its daily schedule. His father did not like his son spending too much time in medical institutions, so he ignored suggestions given to him and took him under his wing. Seargeoh started to be educated under his father, and the family even set up a research fund under the National Society for Children and Adults with Autism.

Unlike most autistic children who could not handle their basic necessities, he had enough ability to be able to do things on his own. At the age of 10, his condition was improving, however, he has only had one acting endeavor, appearing in the film “Rocky II” in 1979 as the newborn child of Rocky Balboa. The film is a sequel to “Rocky”, with most cast members of the original film reprising their roles. His parents wanted him to have a similar career to that of his father, but that has proven almost impossible due to the condition.

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Father – Sylvester Stallone

Michael Sylvester Gardenzio Stallone is also a director, producer, and screenwriter aside from his acting roles. He is credited for writing and directing most of the films he’s been involved in, especially true for the franchises of “Rocky”, “Rambo”, and “The Expendables” films. One of his most iconic films is the first film “Rocky”, which has been inducted into the National Film Registry. The entrance of the Philadelphia Museum of Art which appeared in the film is now known as the Rocky Steps. He also has props of the film displayed at the Smithsonian Museum.

The film was nominated for two Academy Awards in 1977 for Best Actor and Best Original Screenplay, becoming only one of three men to have received the same nominations for a film, impressive alongside the other two – Orson Welles and Charlie Chaplin. In 2015, he reprised his role in the film “Creed” by director Ryan Coogler, which earned him a Golden Globe Award and and his third Academy Award nomination. He then helped with the creation of “Creed II”, which was released in late-2018 to positive reviews, and did significantly well at the box office.

Personal Life

For his personal life, not much is known in terms of Seargeoh’s romantic relationships, if any. It is likely that he has none, and may never have a romance due to his condition. There are many people who sympathize with his condition, but probably not enough for it to reach that kind of level of intimacy. He remains close to his family, and lives a very private life; even the media has decided not to put too much attention on him. His role as the son of Rocky was later taken by actor Milo Ventimiglia.

Also Seargeoh doesn’t have any social media presence, as he apparently doesn’t have the capacity to maintain accounts online. His father on the other hand is very active when it comes to social media presence, having accounts on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook, which he uses to promote his recent and upcoming projects, including on his personal website, posting a lot of personal photos and videos too. In recent months, he said goodbye to the character Rocky Balboa as he announced that he will be retiring the character after “Creed II”.

Olivia Wilson

Olivia Wilson is currently a reporter for AffairPost based in London, United Kingdom. Prior to joining AffairPost in September 2018, she was a entertainment reporter. Olivia studied journalism at Cardiff University, graduating in 2010.

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  1. Milo Ventimiglia Is not sly Stallone’s son. He is not Seargeoh Stallone. Sage Stallone is the son that died Your calling him by his brothers name and repeatedly calling Milo Seargeoh.
    Please fix this

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