Sylvester Stallone Sick: Net Worth Early Life And Most Details!

Sylvester Stallone Sick: Monday morning, rumors began circulating that Stallone had died after a long battle with prostate cancer and that he had hidden his illness from the public. Often, these posts were accompanied by photos of the actor who appeared extremely pale and bald. The Rocky Balboa character he played in the first film disclosed a diagnosis of non-Hodgkins lymphoma, but these photos are said to be from the set of Creed 2.

Stallone, who had been the subject of a Facebook death hoax in 2016, responded to the latest reports by writing, “Please ignore this stupidity… Alive and well and happy and healthy… still punching!” on his Instagram account. However, Frank Stallone, his brother, took to Twitter to scathingly criticize the attackers. According to his letter, “rumors that my brother is dead are false.” “Whoever posted this has a sick, demented, cruel mind. Mindless freaks like this have no place in a civilized society.”

He continued on Instagram by writing: “The lowlife who claimed my brother was dead posted this picture of him online. Taking this picture in the Creed make-up trailer. Who brought up these Cretans [sic] to laugh at the tragedy of death? This @rockybalboa guy needs to be banned from all forms of online communication and locked up immediately.”

Sylvester Stallone Net Worth

Net Worth: $400 Million
Date of Birth: Jul 6, 1946 (76 years old)
Gender: Male
Height: 5 ft 9 in (1.77 m)
Profession: Screenwriter, Actor, Film director, Television producer, Film Producer, Voice Actor
Nationality: United States of America

American actor, writer, producer, and director Sylvester Stallone is worth an estimated $400 million. Stallone’s films have grossed over $4 billion around the world as of this writing. Many of Sylvester’s major franchise movies were created by him, not by others, and he has written, produced, and/or directed them.

Sylvester Stallone Salary

Multiple studios were interested in Stallone’s “Rocky” script after he wrote it in just three days. United Artists was a frontrunner, but only if Robert Redford or James Caan would play the lead. He persisted in badgering Irwin Winkler and Robert Chartoff, the film’s producers, into casting him. Although he was offered more money, he settled for a salary of only $23,000. In current dollars, that is equivalent to about $110,000. From a mere $1 million in production costs, the film raked in $225 million worldwide.

With the release of “First Blood” in 1982, he raked in $3.5 million. Earning $10 million the following year (or $25 million when adjusted for inflation) and getting his first Producer credit for “Staying Alive,” he became one of the highest-paid actors of all time. With the 1984 film “Rhinestone,” he earned $4 million and his second Producer credit.

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The following year, he made $12 million and received another Producer credit for Rocky IV. For “Over the Top,” he made an additional $12 million. He made $16 million for Rambo III. Each of the following films brought in $15–$16 million in earnings for Sylvester:

  • Lock Up
  • Tango & Cash
  • Rocky V
  • Oscar
  • Demolition Man
  • Judge Dredd
  • Assassins
  • The Specialist
  • The Expendables I
  • The Expendables II

Stallone made $20 million for “Driven,” another $20 million for “Eye See You,” and $17.5 million for “Daylight.” Sylvester Stallone made $300 million in base film salaries between the 1970s and 2012. His salary during this period would be equivalent to about $500 million in today’s dollars after accounting for inflation.

Sylvester Stallone Early Life

On July 6, 1946, in Hell’s Kitchen, Manhattan, a baby named Michael Sylvester Gardenzio Stallone entered the world. His parents, Francesco “Frank” Stallone Sr., a hairdresser of Italian descent, and Jackie Stallone, an astrologer and dancer, had him as their oldest child. Frank Stallone, his younger sibling, is also an actor and musician. Sylvester’s “snarling” appearance and slightly slurred speech result from paralysis of the lower left side of his face, which he suffered during childbirth.

Sylvester Stallone
Sylvester Stallone

Stallone’s parents had a rocky relationship, forcing him to spend time in foster care. The couple eventually split up. Stallone attended the American College in Switzerland for his drama training before transferring to the University of Miami. He dropped out of college before graduating and relocated to New York to pursue an acting career.

Sylvester Stallone Personal Life

In 1974, Stallone wed Sasha Czack. Sage Moonblood, who passed away at age 36 from heart disease, and Seargeoh were their two sons. In 1985, Stallone and Czack filed for divorce. From 1985 until 1997, Stallone was married to actress Brigitte Nielson. Jennifer Flavin, whom he wed in 1997, is the mother of his three children: Sophie, Sistine, and Scarlet.

Real Estate

Sylvester made a cool $16 million off the sale of a home in Coconut Grove, Florida, back in 1999. Sylvester’s primary residence for the past few decades has been a mansion in the exclusive Beverly Park gated community. His 3.5-acre lot contains a 20,000-square-foot estate that he built himself.

Celebrities like Eddie Murphy, Mark Wahlberg, and Denzel Washington are nearby. Comparable properties have sold for $40 million to $70 million. It was reported in January 2021 that Sylvester was asking an incredible $130,000,000 to sell his mansion. When August 2021 rolled around, he dropped the price to $85 million.

Sylvester took a $58 million deal in December 2021. This was the highest price ever paid for a home in Beverly Park, and Adele was the lucky buyer. Sylvester and his wife, Jennifer Flavin, bought a house in La Quinta, California, for $4.5 million in January 2010. Beginning in 2014, they made multiple attempts to sell this home.

Even after dropping the price to $3.625 million in 2016, they were still unable to sell the property. They got $3.1 million for it in May 2020, so they must have been satisfied. Sylvester spent $35.4 million in December 2020 to purchase a 1.5-acre lot in Palm Beach, Florida, to build a mansion that would eventually be 13,000 square feet in size. After buying it in 2018 for $26 million, the sellers made a tidy profit of nearly $10 million. Sylvester spent $18.2 million on a home in Hidden Hills, California, in February of 2022.

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