Sage Stallone was born on May 5, 1976 in Los Angeles, California, USA, of French, Italian and Russian–Jewish descent, the son of the famous American actor and screenwriter Sylvester Stallone and Sasha Czack. Sage Stallone was an actor, a film director and producer was also the nephew of the famous actor and singer Frank Stallone, while Sage`s grandma was Jackie Stallone, a 92 years old American astrologer and former dancer.
So just how rich was Sage Moonblood Stallone? Sources estimate that Sage managed to accumulate a net worth of $45 million, virtually all from his career in the film industry.
Sage Stallone Net Worth $45 Million
Sage Stallone graduated from Montclair College Preparatory School in California in 1993. Later he studied filmmaking at North Carolina School of the Arts. Sage started his career in acting in early childhood, first appearing in the 1986 TV series on professional wrestling promotions for women called “Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling”, co-founded by his grandmother Jackie Stallone. Sage’s net worth was boosted when Sage entered the film industry in 1990, in the fifth film of the “Rocky” series. In “Rocky V” Sage performed as son and father with his father Sylvester Stallone, and subsequently son and father also appeared in “Daylight”, a 1996 American disaster thriller film directed by Rob Cohen. These roles also added a large amount to Sage Stallone’s net worth.
Sage Stallone then performed in such movies as “American Hero” (1997), “Chaos” (2005), “Moscow Zero” (2006), and “Oliviero Rising” (2006). His last projects “Promises Written in Water” (2010) and “The Agent” (2010) were shown at the Toronto International Film Festival and the 2006 Boston Film Festival. Sage Stallone also voiced “The Manson Family”, a 2003 American crime drama directed by Jim Van Bebber.
Sage Stallone was a director and co-producer of “Alan Yates” (2005), and he also wrote, produced and directed the 2006 American short film drama “Vic”, which was Sage`s directorial debut. “Vic” also enlarged Sage Stallone net worth, as well as him being rewarded with Best New Filmmaker Award by Boston Film Festival.
Sage increased his net worth when along with film director Bob Murawski they established Grindhouse Releasing in 1996, a company focusing on the restoration and production of rare independent cult films. Its distributions involved such movies as “Gone with the Pope”, and “The Beyond”. In collaboration with Box Office Spectaculars, Grindhouse Releasing distributed “Cannibal Holocaust”, “I Drink Your Blood”, “The Swimmer”, “Corruption” and many others. In fact Sage Stallone was a big fan of horror movies.
In his personal life, Sage Stallone was married to Starlin Wright from 2007 to 2008.
On July 13, 2012, Sage Stallone was found dead in his home in Los Angeles. Although there were rumours Sage had died because of overdosing on drugs, officially he died from a heart attack caused by atherosclerosis. At that time, Sage was engaged and planning to marry once again.
Sage had a younger brother Seargeoh Stallone. The celebrity also had several half-sisters: Sistine, Sophia, Scarlet.
Vincent Gallo sold him The Brown Bunny (2003) camera package because it was organized so precisely no one could scratch it, touch it, or break it up. Gallo often claims Sage is one of his favorite people in the world and is relieved the camera package went to his hero.
Has Stanley Kubrick's legendary Carl Zeiss/NASA 50mm lens built for the candlelight scenes in Barry Lyndon (1975) in which no artificial lighting was used.
Turned down the role of Robert 'Rocky' Balboa Junior in Rocky Balboa (2006) due to prior obligations with Grindhouse Releasing [us].
Co-founder (together with Bob Murawski) of Grindhouse Releasing [us], a Los Angeles based company, dedicated to the restoration and preservation of quality exploitation feature films (founded in 1996).