Sylvester Stallone Shares His ‘Proudest Accomplishment’

Sylvester Stallone looking off camera on the set of "First Blood"
American actor Sylvester Stallone plays Rambo on the set of First Blood based on the novel by Canadian David Morrell and directed by Ted Kotcheff. (Photo by Sunset Boulevard/Corbis via Getty Images)

Sylvester Stallone – who turned 76-years-old on July 6 – has been appearing in films for over 50 years. He’s not only one of America’s most recognizable actors, but an Oscar-nominated writer, director, and producer. His award-winning 1982 film First Blood happens to be turning 40 this year.

Despite all of these accolades, Stallone shared what he called his “proudest accomplishment”: Getting his face on a donut.



Sly remains as busy as ever. Next year, he’ll appear in the fourth installment of The Expendable series, as well as Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 3. But before those films hit the big screen, he’ll be appearing in Tulsa King from Yellowstone creator Taylor Sheridan.

Although there’s plenty more on the horizon, take a look back at Stallone’s greatest movie moments in the “Groan with Stallone” On Demand collection, available from July 6-13.

“Groan with Stallone” Top Titles:  


The Expendables 3


First Blood 

The Expendables


The Expendables 2 

Cop Land

Rambo: First Blood Part II

Escape Plan