Sylvester Stallone revealed two very disparate aspects of his life on the 'Late Show' (weeknights, 11:35PM ET on CBS). There was the macho, kick-ass side with which we're all familiar. (He had the X-ray of his broken neck for those needing a visual aid.)
And then the estrogen-packed family side: His wife and three young daughters were introduced from backstage. The girls bounced up and down on the green-room couch. "A...D...D," crooned Stallone. They waved and yelled "hi" to the camera. "Keep that sugar goin', honey!" joked their father.
David Letterman then showed Stallone's X-ray, asking him to explain the "foreign object" in his neck vertebrae. During a fight scene for 'The Expendables,' wrestler "Stone Cold" Steve Austin gave Stallone a hairline fracture.
"So they had to take cadaver bones -- which means I have a couple of ghosts walking around in my neck -- cadaver bones put together, and screw it in," explained the actor, who also directed the film.