Sylvester Stallone has a net worth of $400 million. He was born Sylvester Gardenzio Stallone in New York City, New York on July 6, 1946. Stallone is the oldest child of Frank Stallone, Sr. and Jacqueline Stallone; his brother is a musician and actor named Frank, Jr. Complications at birth caused parts of Stallone's face and tongue to be paralyzed, giving him his look, and sound.
Sylvester Stallone Net Worth - $350 Million
Birth Name - Sylvester Gardenzio Stallone
Date of birth - July 6, 1946
Zodiac Sign - Cancer
Birth Place - New York City, New York, U.S.
Nationality - American
Height - 5' 10"
Profession - Screenwriter, Television producer, Film producer, Voice Actor, Film director, Promoter
Stallone is currently married to Jennifer Flavin, his third wife, with whom he has three daughters. Stallone has two other kids, both sons, with his first wife, Sasha Czack, whom he married in the 70s. One of the sons, Sage, died in 2012 from heart disease. He is a writer, producer, director, and an actor.
He went to college at University of Miami, but dropped out to pursue a career writing screenplays. He got his start in acting by doing a soft-core adult film that he made $200 at a time when he was broke and homeless. His story, much like Rocky's, is a true rags to riches story.
The bulk of Stallone's net worth comes making movies, mostly action films. Films like the "Rocky" series, "Demolition Man", "Assassains", "Cobra", "Lock Up", "Nighthawks", the "Rambo" series, "Tango and Cash", and "The Expendables" trilogy of movies that features just about every action star that is currently living. Between "Rocky", "The Expendables", and "Rambo", Stallone has played the three characters thirteen times. In "Cop Land", Stallone was able to showcase his acting ability, but the film did not match the success of his action films. He has also tried to branch out and do comedies, but they too were not as successful.
Stallone also has a placement sponsorship with B&W products, that he signed in 1983. He made a quarter of a million dollars up front with fifty thousand for each subsequent movie that he uses their products in.
In some of the films he stars in, he also produces, directs and often times, writes. He has directed the first three "Rocky" sequels, and served as writer on the first five films. He has also written the four "Rambo" movies and directed the most recent that came out in 2008. Other films he has written include: "Rhinestone", "The Expendables" trilogy, "Driven", "Cliffhanger", and "Over the Top".
Stallone has been nominated for two Academy Awards for his work in the first "Rocky" movie, one was for best screenplay and the other was for best actor. Stallone is the third person to garner these two nominations for the same film; the other two are Orson Welles and Charles Chaplin, there would be five men that would follow in their footsteps. Props from the movie were given to the Smithsonian Museum and it was inducted into the National Film Industry. His role in "Cop Land" won him the Best Actor Award from the Stockholm International Film Festival. He was awarded a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the University of Miami in 1999.