Actor Sylvester Stallone’s mother died on Monday, September 21, the Daily mail reports.
Sylvester Stallone and his mother Jackie Stallone. Credit: Alpha agency/ Bestimage
In the Hollywood world, reputation is an essential part of a career. And Jackie Stallone was able to pay a heavy price for it, often in a negative way. Flamed for her misuse of cosmetic surgery, the woman known as Mamma Rambo died at 98 years of age.
If she is best known for being the mother of the famous Sylvester Stallone, Jacqueline Labofish, after whom she was named at birth, nevertheless has an atypical background.
Jackie Stallone’s atypical background
Jackie Stallone, the number one fan of his famous son, first had a career before accompanying Rocky’s interpreter on the red carpets of the world. Like his son, Jackie Stallone had a passion for sport, weightlifting in particular. Shortly before her death, she was still practicing the sport, which she was sure to showcase on her Instagram account.
A route that was finally partly dedicated to sport for the one who started as an aerial acrobat. It was only natural that she devoted herself to this passion. Thus, in the 1980s, Jackie Stallone had her own daily show dedicated to fitness and weightlifting. A great first for a woman in the state of Washington D.C.!
Jackie Stallone, a leading figure on the small screen during this decade, was not unemployed and even opened a gym, Barbella’s, reserved for women. She didn’t give up television, as she also produced a show about women’s wrestling called GLOW (The Gorgeous Girls of Wrestling) for five years in Las Vegas. This show is also told as a series on Netflix.
Between two red carpets with her son, she will return to television in reality TV programs, devoting herself to her lifelong passion: astrology. According to the family, Jackie Stallone died in her sleep on Monday night. Sylvester Stallone, who was very close to his mother, has not yet reacted to the news of his mother’s death.