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Other Works

  • (May 17, 1997) he narrated a TV commercial for Lipton Brisk Ice Tea as his Rocky Balboa character from Rocky (1976) (voiceover).
  • (1997) TV commercial for Pontiac Bonneville (voice)
  • (2002) TV commercial (Italy) for Citterio food.
  • (2005) Listed as Editorial Director of new men's magazine entitled 'Sly'.
  • (1992) TV commercial for Ito sausages (Japan)
  • (1992) TV commercial for Kirin Beer (Japan)
  • (1969) He appeared in an all-nude off-Broadway play called "Score."
  • (1969) He appeared in an off-Broadway play called "Rain."
  • (1967) He first became involved in drama and appeared in a student production of Arthur Miller's "Death of A Salesman" in an American College of Switzerland production.
  • (1987) He appeared in a Sammy Hagar's music video for the song "Winner Takes It All" as Lincoln Hawk.
  • (Early 1970s) He wrote several unproduced screenplays: "The Bodyguard", "The Bogus Kingdom", "Cry Full, Whisper Empty in the Same Breath", "Maggie's Eyes", "Pals", "Sad Blues", "Sinsilver" and "Till Young Men Exit".
  • (1971) He appeared as monstrous Minotaur in an off-Broadway play "Desire Caught by the Tail" based upon a novel written by Pablo Picasso.
  • (December 22, 2004) Stallone's High Protein Pudding was released by InStone.
  • (2008) Appeared with Gisele Bündchen in a Brasilian TV commercial for the Volkswagen Gol.
  • (May 11, 1977) Special guest during the NBC coverage of the Ken Norton - Duane Bobick fight.
  • (August 11, 1981) "Afternoon Exchange" Stu Levin interviews Sylvester Stallone. Gary Lewis and his band perform from Pirate's Cove in the Flats.
  • (December 6, 1989) Guest on the talk news program "Live on Five" with Kurt Russell promoting "Tango and Cash".
  • (December 2013) TV commercial for RISEcredit.com as his character Rocky Balboa from Rocky (1976) (archive footage).
  • (1979) Book: "Rocky II". London: Futura Publications. ISBN 0708816940

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