Meet Seargeoh Stallone, the autistic son of Sylvester Stallone

Who is Seargeoh Stallone?

Seargeoh Stallone is the second son of American actor Sylvester Stallone and his first wife, Sasha Czack. Sylvester Stallone and his ex-wife Sasha Czack got married on the 28th December 1974 and were blessed with two sons before their divorce in 1985.

Full data profile of Seargeoh Stallone

Full NameSeargeoh Stallone
Date of birth1979
Eye colourBrown
Hair colourBlack
BrotherSage Stallone
Siblings1 brother, 3 half-sisters
OccupationChild actor

Seargeoh Stallone’s childhood

Seargeoh Stallone was born in 1979. He is the younger brother of Sylvester Stallone’s first son, Sage Stallone who died prematurely in 2012 from atherosclerosis.

Seargeoh Stallone’s autism diagnosis

Seargeoh Stallone was diagnosed with autism at an early age. By the time of Seargeoh’s birth, his parents’ marriage had already become shaky. Seargeoh Stallone’s father, Sylvester Stallone and his mother, Sasha Czack, officially divorced on February 14, 1985.

Seargeoh Stallone was only three years old when he was diagnosed with autism in 1982. The condition affected his communication and social skills and his parents struggled to find the best therapy for him. Desperate for a solution to their baby boy’s disability, Sylvester Stallone and his then-wife Sasha Czack sought help at the National Society for Children and Adults With Autism. They helped set up a research fund at the institution, hoping that something positive might come out. But despite the best therapies money could afford, Seargeoh Stallone never fully recovered. His parents, Sylvester and Sasha loved him still and referred to him as their ‘silent genius.’

Sylvester Stallone and ex-wife Sasha Czack and two sons

Seargeoh Stallone as an actor

Seargeoh Stallone is a child actor who starred in one movie. Seargeoh was featured in his father’s 1989 movie Rocky II while he was still an infant at the time.

Seargeoh Stallone’s movies

*Rocky II (1979)

Seargeoh Stallone’s brother, Sage

Sage is Seargeoh Stallone’s older brother. Unlike Seargeoh, Sage achieved some success in acting and appeared in over 10 movies before his death on July 13, 2012. Sage Stallone was found dead at his Los Angeles home. Autopsy and toxicology tests later revealed Sage died of atherosclerosis. Medical experts define atherosclerosis as the narrowing of arteries due to plaque buildup on the artery walls.

Seargeoh Stallone’s other siblings

Seargeoh Stallone’s father Sylvester Stallone (Rambo) has been married three times. Sylvester and his first wife Sasha Czack (Seargeoh’s mother) divorced on February 14, 1985.

In December that same year, Stallone married model and actress Brigitte Nielsen on December 15, 1985. The marriage lasted only two years with no children.

In May 1997, Stallone married former model Jennifer Flavin, with whom he has three daughters named Sophia, Sistine, and Scarlet. Seargeoh Stallone is the half-brother of Sophia, Sistine, and Scarlet Stallone.

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4 Comments on “Meet Seargeoh Stallone, the autistic son of Sylvester Stallone”

  1. One can’t “recover” from autism. It is a lifelong neurotype, not an addiction. Some autistic people can benefit from certain legitimate therapies (e.g., occupational therapy), but the goal of such legitimate therapies is not “cure” or “recovery.” The term “recovery” was popularized by late behaviorist O. Ivar Lovaas, who tortured autistic children for a living and birthed the applied behavior analysis (ABA) cult. To this day, many of his followers still falsely claim the torture they administer may result in autistic “recovery.”

    1. As an occupational therapist, I wholeheartedly agree with you. Thank you for validating what I thought of this treatment.

  2. With all his money. Hope a lot goes to research. Why not help promote PR Rocky? Someone with autism is in the ring everyday. Even the parents. Guess what and no bell they just keep fighting. Do you realize what you could do for the face of autism? That should be your legacy.

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