Rocky and Rambo star Sylvester
Stallone's brother, actor/singer Frank Stallone, has appeared in many films and TV series, including Walker:
Texas Ranger and Public Enemies.
Sly & Frank are
the sons of jack-of-all-trades Jackie Stallone, an astrologer,
former circus trapeze artist, and women's wrestling promoter. She appeared on
the 1980s TV program GLOW: Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling. In 2005,
she appeared on the British TV show Celebrity Big Brother,
apparently brought on to ruffle the feathers of her ex-daughter-in-law (Sly's
ex-wife) Brigitte Nielsen. Jackie also appeared in the 1993 sexploitation
film Beach Babes From Beyond, which is not worth mentioning except
that it also starred Patrick Swayze's brother Don Swayze, John Travolta's
brother Joey Travolta, and Martin Sheen's brother (and Emilio Estevez's dad)
Sylvester is the father of actor Sage Stallone,
who appeared with him in the films Rocky V (1990), and Daylight
(1996). Sage wrote and directed the 2006 short Vic, and played "Rocky Balboa, Jr." in the 2011 Biography TV documentary The Rocky Saga: Going the Distance. On July 13, 2012, Sage was found dead in his Los Angeles apartment. He was 36-years-old.
Sylvester's son Seargeoh Stallone (Sage's brother)'s only role was as uncredited "Rocky Balboa, Jr." in 1979's Rocky II.
Sage and Seargeoh's mother is Sly's first wife, actress Sasha Czack, who was the lead still photographer and co-writer of Rocky in 1976. She was uncredited as such, however, due to the union rules at the time. She appeared in her son Sage's film Vic, as well as working as a still photographer for the movie. Sasha also had an uncredited role as "Woman in Gym" in 1982's Rocky III.
Sly's third wife, Jennifer Flavin, is a model/actress whose sole acting credits are "Escort Girl" in the 1990 TV movie Bar Girls, and "Delivery Girl" in her husband's 1990 film Rocky V. Her sisters Julie Flavin and Tricia Flavin also had their only roles in the same film, each as "Delivery Girl."
Sylvester is also the cousin of actor Paul Dion Monte, who
appeared with him in the films Cobra (1986), Over the
Top (1987), Rambo III (1988), Rocky V, Stop!
Or My Mom Will Shoot (1992), Demolition Man (1993),
and Rocky Balboa (2006).
Jackie was also the mother of
actress Toni D'Alto, whose only
screen credit was 1996's The Appointment. Toni appeared in the movie alongside
her husband, Louis D'Alto, who
happened to have his first role in Sylvester's film Oscar (1991).