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This stoic Italian-American actor with an awesomely sculpted physique gained overnight stardom as the writer and star of the Oscar-winning sleeper of 1976, "Rocky". Stallone's early acting credits include a part in the nude play "Score" and in a semi-pornographic film (since retitled "The Italian Stallion" 1971), and a role as one of the thugs who harasses Woody Allen on the subway in "Bananas" (1971).

Stallone subsequently landed parts in other legitimate feature films, but his career only began flying high when he took matters into his own hands and wrote "Rocky". Though he sold the screenplay for a relatively small sum, Stallone was compensated in the form of percentage points and, more significantly, in trading a larger fee for his script for being cast in the title role. The film was nominated for ten Oscars (and won Best Picture) and earned nearly $120 million at the box office. He made his directing debut with the flawed, but watchable, "Paradise Alley" (1978), and has written a number of his subsequent vehicles, on occasion even singing a song for the soundtracks.

With the possible exception of "Night Hawks" (1981), which he neither wrote, produced nor directed, Stallone has not been involved with a film as rich and refreshing as his breakthrough. To date he has reprised the role of Rocky in four sequels. For years Stallone's only other major box-office successes have been the sequels to "First Blood" (1982) where he premiered the role of gung-ho Vietnam War hero John Rambo. His "Rambo" films, like the "Rockys", steadily declined in quality, while reflecting, contributing to and cashing in on the increasingly conservative political and social climate of the 1980s.

Stallone unsuccessfully attempted to break into comedy with the John Landis-directed "Oscar" (1991). As mobster Angelo 'Snaps' Provolone, he gets caught up in a case of mistaken identity. The film demonstrated that the deadpan flair Stallone displayed with one-liners in actioners like "Tango and Cash" (1989) and "Cobra" (1986) did not readily translate to full-blown comedy. Hoping to create a successful genre hybrid in the manner of his Planet Hollywood business partners Arnold Schwarzenegger and Bruce Willis, he again tried lighter fare with the action-comedy "Stop! or My Mom Will Shoot" (1992), but this effort met a cool reception at the box office.

Stallone made a profitable return to action fare with two 1993 hits: the mountain-climbing adventure "Cliffhanger", which he co-wrote, and the satirical futuristic fightfest "Demolition Man". Paired with Sharon Stone, he continued on the hit parade with "The Specialist" (1994), a pyrotechnical thriller that did moderate business stateside but went over like gangbusters overseas. By the end of that year, Stallone was the highest paid performer in Hollywood. In December 1994, Savoy Pictures agreed to advance him $20 million against 20 percent of the gross for a then unnamed action-adventure film to be produced in 1996. The following year Stallone averaged $20 million per picture and signed a multi-picture deal with Universal wherein he would receive at least $60 million for his next three films. His $75 million sci-fi comic-book movie "Judge Dredd" (1995), however, crashed and burned at the domestic box office as did "Assassins" (also 1995), which teamed him with Antonio Banderas. He followed up with the actioner "Daylight" (1996) for which he earned a reported $17.5 million as an emergency worker who must rescue people trapped in NYC's Holland Tunnel. Stallone surprised many by forgoing his usual salary and signing to co-star with Robert De Niro and an all-star cast in James Mangold's modestly budgeted ($15 million) independent film "Cop Land" (1997). In the latter, Stallone played a hearing-impaired New Jersey lawman who must investigate New York City cops.

Despite earning relatively good notices, though, the actor did not experience a bounce in his career. Too long associated with action heroes, he could not overcome the typecasting. Stallone did provide the voice for Weaver, the soldier ant buddy to Woody Allen's Z, in the animated "Antz" (1998) but it was another two years before he was seen on screen again, this time in yet action crime drama, the remake of "Get Carter" (2000). Audiences saw the Stallone they had come to expect, the tough guy lead. He continued in the same vein with "D-Tox" (2001), playing an alcoholic FBI agent, and in "Champs" (also 2001), teamed with Burt Reynolds for a drama set in the world of CART racing. Stallone showed his sillier side when he took on the role of the antic villain The Toymaker in the sequel "Spy Kids 3-D: Game Over" (2003).

Stallone's fortunes shifted to another medium: reality television. Following in the successful template of "The Apprentice," producer Mark Burnett paired Stallone--as the star of Hollywood's most well-known boxing-themed film--and boxing champ Sugar Ray Leonard with a reality concept that promised to annoint the next great prizefighter. "The Contender" (NBC, 2005 - ) utilized Stallone as both host and a mentor to the 16 hopefulls vying for a career as a professional fighter as well as a $1 million prize. Well-reviewed and highly dramatic, the series nevertheless had a difficult time finding a wide audience.

Stallone raised eyebrows with a 2005 announcement that, at age 60, he would reprise his role as boxer Rocky Balboa for a sixth Rocky movie, tentatively titled "Rocky Balboa," that will see the legendary prize fighter coming out of retirement to mount yet another heavyweight comeback. He then was set to reprise his role as Rambo in a new feature, with production set to begin after he wrapped the new Rocky film.

Also Credited As: Sly StalloneBorn: on 07/06/1946 in New York, New YorkJob Titles: Actor, Director, Producer, Screenwriter, Delicatessen worker, Fish salesman, Horse trainer, Short order cook, Teacher (American College of Switzerland), Usher, Zoo attendantFamily
Brother: Frank Stallone. born on July 30, 1950
Daughter: Scarlet Rose. born on May 25, 2002; mother, Jennifer Flavin
Daughter: Sistine Rose Stallone. born on June 27, 1998; mother, Jennifer Flavin
Daughter: Sophia Rose Stallone. born on August 27, 1996 in South Beach, Florida; mother, Jennifer Flavin; born with a hole in her heart, underwent surgery in November 1996 to correct problem
Father: Frank Stallone. Italian immigrant; divorced when Sylvester Stallone was ten; Sicilian immigrant
Half-brother: Dante Stallone. born in 1997; son of Frank Stallone Sr and his fourth wife
Half-sister: Toni-Ann Dialto. mother, Jacqueline Stallone
Mother: Jacqueline Stallone. born c. 1931; has been married several times; danced at Billy Rose's Diamond Horseshoe
Son: Sage Stallone. born on May 5, 1976; mother, Sasha Stallone; made film debut in "Rocky V" (1990)
Son: Seth Stallone. born c. 1979; mother, Sasha Stallone; autistic
Step-father: Steve Levin. married Jacqueline Stallone on November 13, 1998
Significant Others
Wife: Brigitte Nielsen. married on December 15, 1985 in Beverly Hills; divorced in 1987; acted together in "Rocky IV" (1985) and "Cobra" (1986)
Wife: Jennifer Flavin. together from 1989 until 1994; reported broke up with her by sending a letter via Federal Express; resumed relationship in late 1995; announced engagement in January 1996; married in May 1997; mother of Stallone's daughter Sophia Rose
Wife: Sasha Stallone. married on December 28, 1974; divorced in 1985
Companion: Angie Everhart. engaged to be married as of April 1995; no longer together as of June 1995
Companion: Janice Dickerson. believed Stallone to be the father of her daughter; when blood test proved otherwise, he ended relationship
Companion: Janine Turner. dated
American College of Switzerland, Switzerland, 1963-66 (end date approximate)
University of Miami, Miami, Florida, drama, 1967-69
Devereaux Manor, Berwyn, Pennsylvania
1948 Beacause of parents' marital troubles, lived in Queens with a family friend; saw parents only on the weekends
1961 Moved to Philadelphia with mother and stepfather
1967 Returned to USA
1969 Enrolled in University of Florida; dropped out two years later to pursue acting career
1971 Entered mainstream film with bit part as a mugger in Woody Allen's "Bananas"
1971 First film appearance in soft-core porn film, "A Party at Kitty & Stud's"
1973 Played first major role in "Rebel"
1974 First feature film in a leading role, "The Lords of Flatbush"
1974 Moved to L.A.
1976 Screenwriting debut, "Rocky"; also starred; earned Oscar nominations as Best Actor and Best Original Screenplay
1978 Directorial debut, "Paradise Alley"; also scripted; later turned screenplay into a novel
1979 Wrote, directed and acted in "Rocky II"
1981 Co-starred in the John Huston-directed "Escape to Victory"
1982 First played character of John Rambo in "First Blood"
1982 Reprised signature role in "Rocky III"; also scripted and directed
1983 First feature as a producer, "Staying Alive"; also directed and contributed to screenplay
1984 Starred opposite Dolly Parton in "Rhinestone"
1985 Directed, wrote and starred in "Rocky IV"
1985 First executive producer credit for TV, "Heart of a Champion: The Ray Mancini Story"
1988 Again played other signature role in "Rambo III"; also scripted
1990 Reteamed with original director John V Avildsen for the fourth sequel "Rocky V"; also starred and scripted
1991 Opened Planet Hollywood Restaurant in New York, co-owned with Arnold Schwarzenegger and Bruce Willis
1991 Reported in the New York Post of November 25 that he was suing a tabloid for reporting that he had had a pneumatic penile implant
1993 First film with Renny Harlin, "Cliffhanger"; also rewrote script
1994 Offered $20 million as an advance against 20 percent of the gross by Savoy Pictures for an action adventure film to be produced in 1996
1995 Reportedly agreed to a multi-picture deal with Universal Pictures wherein he would be paid at least $60 million for three films
1995 Starred in the title role of the sci-fi actioner "Judge Dredd"
1997 Delivered a change of pace turn as a partially deaf New Jersey sheriff in the independent film "Cop Land"
1998 Provided a character voice for Weaver, the soldier ant buddy of Woody Allen's Z in the animated feature "Antz"
2000 Had title role in the remake of "Get Carter"
2001 Starred as an alcoholic FBI agent in "D-Tox"
2001 Teamed onscreen with Burt Reynolds in "Driven", directed by Renny Harlin; Stallone reportedly contributed to the screenplay
2002 Signed to write "Rocky VI" and reprise his role as Rocky Balboa, this time, he is running a youth center when he is lured out of retirement for one last fight.
2004 Cast opposite Melanie Griffith and Gabriel Byrne in "Shade," which is set in the world of poker hustlers
2004 Lent his name and image to the start-up publication "Sly"; focusing on health and fitness with a target demographic of men in the 35- to 54-year old range
Attended a beauty school
Born in a NYC charity ward; forceps delivery severed nerve in Stallone's face, paralyzing one side of his lip, chin and tongue so that he grew up with a lopsided appearance and indistinct speech
Family settled in Maryland
Moved to NYC
Penned early drafts of what would become "Rocky"
Taught children of career diplomats and young royalty at American College of Switzerland
Worked as usher at Walter Reade Theater in NYC while writing screenplays; also swept out Bronx Zoo lion cages
Wrote a biographical drama about Edgar Allen Poe which many who have read it claim is one of the great unproduced scripts in Hollywood

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