Few people can match up to the charm and legacy of Sylvester Stallone. Always the Alpha male in the room, Sylvester Stallone has risen through diversities much like the character he represents. Sylvester rose to fame following his appearances in the movie Rocky, which he not only acted but also wrote. While Sylvester had unprecedented success in his professional career, his personal life was shaky at best. Always haunted by problems with his children, Sylvester lost his eldest son Sage Stallone in 2012. His second son Seargeoh Stallone was diagnosed with autism and remains away from the media. In this article, we will take a closer look at the wiki-bio of Seargeoh Stallone.
Seargeoh Stallone was born in 1979 to Sylvester Stallone and Sasha Czack. When Seargeoh was 3-years of age, his parents often referred to him as a silent genius as he could, could draw, write letters and repeat certain words at an early age. Bugged by a few of his habits, Sasha and Sly took Seargeoh to a doctor and broke out when they heard the news of autism. And while Sly was drowning in sadness, Sasha knew that Sly couldn’t get as involved due to his career. And while the pair divorced in 1985, Sasha has always been the one to take care of Seargeoh.
“I knew that Sly couldn’t get as involved because of his work. We do what we have to do. So I just said, ‘Give me the money, and I’ll take care of it.’”
A two-man team:
Since then, Sasha and Sly became a two-man team and started taking care of their son. The pair set up a research fund under the National Society for Children and Adults With Autism. While Sly raised the money with his movies, Sasha took care of other things. The pair called things in 1985, and while Sly agrees that Sasha took care of the heavy lifting, he revealed that they were on different pages after the birth of Seargeoh.
“It really was the turning point in Sasha’s life. Her dreams and aspirations have been rechanneled into dedicated research. She is a driven person in that area. All of her priorities are geared toward finding a cure. There is no fun in the future that way.”
A brief career in the limelight:
Ever since Seargeoh was born, Sasha and Sly have been supportive of whatever he wanted to do. Seargeoh had the briefest of careers in Hollywood and made a single appearance in Rocky II, which was released in 1979. Since then, Seargeoh has remained completely outside of the scope of media.
Haunted by troubles:
As Seargeoh grew up, Sylvester started showing his more vulnerable side to the media. What fans knew as the invulnerable and unbeatable boxer Rocky, turned into a person and a father, who wanted to share a few moments with his son. Talking to People Magazine, Sly revealed how he had turned his yard into a New England playground environment so that his son could play in nature. But for all his work, all Sly wanted was to share an intimate moment with his on, which haunted him for a long time.
“There is no real father-and-son thing there. I have to become his playmate. With a child like this you have to put away your ego. You can’t force him into your world. I sort of go along with whatever he is doing. Sometimes he likes to draw, mostly abstract things, and he has puzzles that we work on together. After he gets to the point where he trusts you, a little more communication can start. The primary therapy is the repetition of words and instructions. He has shown an extraordinary memory, but he can’t apply what he has learned.”