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Place of Birth Victoria Peak, Hong Kong, China
Birthday 1954-04-07
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Also Known As Джеки Чан
جاكي شان
Džekijs Čans
Джекі Чан
Κονγκ-Σανγκ Τσαν
Τζάκι Τσαν
Yuen Lo No


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Jackie Chan (Chinese: 成龍; born 7 April 1954), born Chan Kong-sang, is a Hong Kong actor, action choreographer, filmmaker, comedian, producer, martial artist, screenwriter, entrepreneur, singer and stunt performer. In his movies, he is known for his acrobatic fighting style, comic timing, use of improvised weapons, and innovative stunts. Jackie Chan has been acting since the 1970s and has appeared in over 100 films. Chan has received stars on the Hong Kong Avenue of Stars and the Hollywood Walk of Fame. As a cultural icon, Chan has been referenced in various pop songs, cartoons, and video games. Chan is also a Cantopop and Mandopop star, having released a number of albums and sung many of the theme songs for the films in which he has starred. Chan was born on April 7, 1954, in Victoria Peak, in the former Crown colony of Hong Kong, as Chan Kong-sang (meaning "born in Hong Kong") to Charles and Lee-Lee Chan, refugees from the Chinese Civil War. He was nicknamed Paopao (Chinese: 炮炮, literally meaning "Cannonball") because he was such a big baby, weighing 12 pounds, or about 5.4 kgs. Since his parents worked for the French Consul to Hong Kong, Chan spent his formative years within the grounds of the consul's residence in the Victoria Peak district. Chan attended the Nah-Hwa Primary School on Hong Kong Island, where he failed his first year, after which his parents withdrew him from the school. In 1960, his father immigrated to Canberra, Australia, to work as the head cook for the American embassy, and Chan was sent to the China Drama Academy, a Peking Opera School run by Master Yu Jim-yuen. Chan trained rigorously for the next decade, excelling in martial arts and acrobatics. He eventually became part of the Seven Little Fortunes, a performance group made up of the school's best students, gaining the stage name Yuen Lo in homage to his master. Chan became close friends with fellow group members Sammo Hung and Yuen Biao, the three of them later to be known as the Three Brothers or Three Dragons. At the age of 17, he worked as a stuntman in the Bruce Lee films Fist of Fury and Enter the Dragon under the stage name Chan Yuen Lung.   He received his first starring role later that year, in Little Tiger of Canton, which had a limited release in Hong Kong in 1973.


2020Vanguard as Tang Huanting
2019The Climbers as Yang Guang (Old)
2019The Iron Mask as master
2019Iron Fists and Kung Fu Kicks as Himself (archive footage)
2019The Knight of Shadows: Between Yin and Yang as Pu Songling
2018Namiya as Namiya
2017Bleeding Steel as Lin Dong
2017The Foreigner as Quan Ngoc Minh
2017The Lego Ninjago Movie as Master Wu (voice)
2017The Nut Job 2: Nutty by Nature as Mr. Feng (voice)
2017Kung Fu Yoga as Jack
2016Railroad Tigers as Ma Yuan
2016The Master: A LEGO Ninjago Short as Master Wu (Voice)
2016Skiptrace as Bennie Chan
2016The Moment: Fifty Years of Golden Horse as Himself
2016Kung Fu Panda 3 as Monkey (voice)
2015Monkey King: Hero Is Back as (voice)
2015Dragon Blade as Huo Han
2014Impetuous Love in Action as Jackie Chan
2014As the Light Goes Out as Himself [Cameo]
2013Police Story 2013 as Detective Zhong Wen
2013Personal Tailor as Pan-Pacific host [Cameo]
2012Chinese Zodiac as Jackie / Asian Hawk
2012The Adventures of Jinbao as Jinbao (voice)
2012I Am Bruce Lee as Actor on Enter the Dragon (archive footage) (uncredited)
20111911 as Huang Xing / Huang Keqiang
2011Kung Fu Panda 2 as Monkey (voice)
2011Shaolin as Wu Dao
2010Kung Fu Panda Holiday as Monkey (voice)
2010The Karate Kid as Mr. Han
2010Little Big Soldier as The Liang soldier
2010The Spy Next Door as Bob Ho
2010The Legend of Silk Boy as Xu Rongcun [voice]
2009The Founding of a Republic as Journalist
2009Looking for Jackie as Himself
2009How Bruce Lee Changed the World as Himself
2009Shinjuku Incident as Steelhead
2008Kung Fu Panda as Master Monkey (voice)
2008The Forbidden Kingdom as Old Hop / Lu Yan
2007Rush Hour 3 as Chief Insp. Lee
2006Rob-B-Hood as Thongs/Slipper (Fong Ka-Ho)
2006Jackie Chan's Global Friendship Tour as Himself
2006The Heavenly Kings as Himself
2006Magic & Me as Himself
2005The Myth as General Meng Yi / Dr. Jack Chan
2005A Century of Light and Shadow as Himself
2004New Police Story as Senior Insp. Chan Kwok-Wing
2004The Twins Effect II as Lord of Armour
2004Around the World in 80 Days as Passepartout / Lau Xing
2004Enter the Phoenix as Mr. Chan (cameo)
2003Golden Chicken 2 as archive footage
2003Traces of a Dragon: Jackie Chan & His Lost Family as Jackie Chan
2003The Medallion as Eddie Yang
2003Heromakers as Himself (Archive)
2003The Twins Effect as Jackie Fong
2003Shanghai Knights as Chon Wang
2003Chop Socky: Cinema Hong Kong as Himself
2003Cinema Hong Kong: Kung Fu as Himself
2002Golden Chicken as archive footage
2002Jackie Chan: Fast, Funny and Furious as Himself
2002The Tuxedo as Jimmy Tong
2002The Art of Action: Martial Arts in the Movies as Himself - Interviewee
2002Ultimate Fights from the Movies as Wong Fei-Hung (archive footage)
2001The Unbeatable Bruce Lee as Himself
2001Rush Hour 2 as Chief Insp. Lee
2001The Accidental Spy as Buck Yuan
2001Hong Kong Superstars as Himself
2001Jackie Chan Adventures: The Search for the Talismans
2001Jackie Chan's Hong Kong Tour as Himself / Narrator
2000Bruce Lee: A Warrior's Journey as (archive footage)
2000Shanghai Noon as Chon Wang
2000Jackie Chan - The Kung Fu Years as Himself (archive footage)
2000Fist to Fist as (archive footage)
1999Augustin, King of Kung-Fu as [archive footage]
1999Dragon Heat as [Cameo]
1999Gen-X Cops as Poor Fisherman (Cameo)
1999Jackie Chan: My Stunts as Himself
1999Gorgeous as C.N. Chan
1999King of Comedy as Stunt double on set [Cameo]
1999Bruce Lee: The Legend Lives On as Himself
1998Rush Hour as Chief Inspector Lee
1998Masters of the Martial Arts Presented by Wesley Snipes as Himself
1998Jackie Chan: My Story as Himself
1998Bruce Lee: In His Own Words as Himself (archive footage)
1998An Alan Smithee Film: Burn, Hollywood, Burn as Jackie Chan
1998Who Am I? as Lee / Who am I
1998The Path of the Dragon as Himself
1997Mr. Nice Guy as Jackie
1997Face to Face as Himself
1996Top Fighter 2 as (archive footage)
1996Jackie Chan - From Stuntman to Superstar as Himself
1996Eastern Heroes: The Video Magazine - Volume 2 as Himself
1996Police Story 4: First Strike as Insp. Chan Ka Kui
1995Thunderbolt as Foh Jim
1995Eastern Heroes: The Video Magazine - Volume 1 as Himself
1995Top Fighter as Himself
1995Rumble in the Bronx as Keung
1994The Legend of Drunken Master as Wong Fei-hung
1994The Life of Bruce Lee as Himself
1993Supercop 2 as Insp. Chan Ka Kui
1993The Curse of the Dragon as Himself [archive footage]
1993Crime Story as Inspector Eddie Chan
1993City Hunter as Ryo Saeba
1993Film ohne Fesseln - Das neue Hongkong Kino as Himself
1992Police Story 3: Super Cop as Chan Ka-Kui/Lin Fu Sheng
1992Twin Dragons as Ma Yau / Wan Ming
1992A Kid from Tibet as Man at airport (Cameo)
1992Bruce Lee and Kung Fu Mania as Himself (archive footage)
1991Operation Condor as Jackie / Asian Hawk / Asian Condor
1990New Kids in Town as Master of Disaster re-edit [archive footage]
1990Island of Fire as Da Chui / Steve
1990The Best of Martial Arts Films as Himself
1989Miracles as Kuo Chen-Wah
1988Painted Faces as Himself
1988Police Story 2 as Chan Ka Kui
1988Dragons Forever as Jackie Lung
1987Project A: Part II as Sgt. Dragon Ma Yue-Lung
1986Armour of God as Jackie Condor
1986Naughty Boys as Prisoner
1986Ninja the Protector as [unconfirmed Cameo]
1985Police Story as Chan Ka Kui
1985Heart of the Dragon as Fung / Ah Tad / Tat
1985Twinkle, Twinkle, Lucky Stars as Muscles
1985The Protector as Billy Wong
1985My Lucky Stars as Muscles
1985Jackie Chan - Invincible Fighter as Himself (archive footage)
1984Wheels on Meals as Thomas
1984Cannonball Run II as Jackie Chan, Mitsubishi Engineer
1984Pom Pom as Motorcycle cop/Skater [Cameo]
1984Bruce Lee: The Legend as Himself (archive footage)
1984Ninja Thunderbolt as [unconfirmed Cameo]
1983Project A as Sergeant Dragon Ma Yue Lung
1983Fire Dragon as (archive footage)
1983Winners & Sinners as Cop #7086
1983Fearless Hyena Part II as Ching Lung / Stone
1983Fantasy Mission Force as Sammy
1982Ninja Wars as [unconfirmed Cameo]
1982Dragon Lord as Dragon
1981The Cannonball Run as Jackie Chan, Subaru Driver
1980The Big Brawl as Jerry Kwan
1980The Young Master as Lung
1979Fists and Guts as [Cameo]
1979Dragon Fist as Tang Hao Yun
1979Fearless Hyena as Chan
1979Master with Cracked Fingers as Lung/Jackie
1978Spiritual Kung Fu as Yi-Lang
1978Drunken Master as Wong Fei-Hung
1978Half a Loaf of Kung Fu as Master Chang
1978Magnificent Bodyguards as Ting Chung
1978Snake and Crane Arts of Shaolin as Hsu Yin-Fung
1978Snake in the Eagle's Shadow as Chien Fu
1978Two in Black Belt as [unconfirmed Cameo]
1977To Kill with Intrigue as Cao Lei (as Chen Lung)
1977The Face Behind the Mask as [unconfirmed Cameo]
1977The 36 Crazy Fists as Man in opening scene [Cameo]
1976Shaolin Wooden Men as Little Mute
1976The Killer Meteors as Immortal Meteor Wa Wu-Bin
1976Hand of Death as Little Tan
1976New Fist of Fury as Ah Lung
1976The Himalayan as Tseng's man
1975No End of Surprises as Secretary Chen
1975All in the Family as Hsiao Tang
1974The Golden Lotus as Pear Hawker Yun
1974Village of Tigers as Bandit
1973Freedom Strikes a Blow as Thug [Extra]
1973Supermen Against the Orient as Extra (uncredited)
1973Bruce Lee: The Man and the Legend as Himself (archive footage)
1973Fist to Fist as Guard [Extra]
1973Enter the Dragon as Guard
1973The Awaken Punch as Thug
1973None But the Brave as Japanese
1973The Heroine as Gang Leader
1973Facets of Love as Xiao Liu
1973The Cub Tiger from Kwang Tung as Hsiao Hu
1973Fist of Unicorn as Thug [Extra]
1973Not Scared to Die as Shi Tzer
1973Ambush as [Extra]
1972The Black Tavern as Assassin
1972Stranger in Hong Kong as [unconfirmed Cameo]
1972The Brutal Boxer as Thug
1972Hapkido as Etudiant de Blackbear
1972Fist of Fury as Student
1971A Touch of Zen as Extra (uncredited)
1971The Blade Spares None as Prince's fighter in the forest
1970Lady of Steel as Beggar kid
1966The Eighteen Darts (Part 2) as Seven Little Tigers
1966The Eighteen Darts (Part 1) as Child
1966Come Drink with Me as Extra (uncredited)
1964The Story of Qin Xiang-Lian as Brother Dong
1963The Love Eterne
1962Big and Little Wong Tin Bar as Kid (as Yuen Lau)
Project X-Traction as Jackie Luo
Rush Hour 4 as Lee
Shanghai Dawn as Chon Wang

Other Roles

2020Wish Dragon - Producer
2019The Game Changers - Executive Producer
2019The Iron Mask - Producer
2019The Knight of Shadows: Between Yin and Yang - Executive Producer
2017Bleeding Steel - Executive Producer
2017The Foreigner - Producer
2017Reset - Producer
2017Kung Fu Yoga - Executive Producer
2016Railroad Tigers - Executive Producer
2016Skiptrace - Producer
2015Who Am I 2015 - Producer
2015Dragon Blade - Producer
2014Impetuous Love in Action - Producer
2014The Break-Up Artist - Executive Producer
2013Police Story 2013 - Executive Producer
2013Police Story 2013 - Producer
2012Chinese Zodiac - Director
2012Chinese Zodiac - Producer
2012Chinese Zodiac - Writer
2011Legendary Amazons - Producer
20111911 - Director
20111911 - Stunt Coordinator
2010Little Big Soldier - Writer
2008Wushu - Executive Producer
2008Run Papa Run - Presenter
2007Air Diary - Producer
2006Rob-B-Hood - Producer
2006Rob-B-Hood - Writer
2005Everlasting Regret - Producer
2005The Myth - Executive Producer
2005House of Fury - Executive Producer
2004Rice Rhapsody - Presenter
2004New Police Story - Executive Producer
2004Around the World in 80 Days - Action Director
2004Around the World in 80 Days - Executive Producer
2003The Medallion - Executive Producer
2001The Accidental Spy - Producer
2000Gen-Y Cops - Presenter
2000Shanghai Noon - Executive Producer
20002000 AD - Presenter
1999Purple Storm - Presenter
1999Tempting Heart - Presenter
1999Gen-X Cops - Executive Producer
1999Jackie Chan: My Stunts - Director
1999Jackie Chan: My Stunts - Producer
1999Gorgeous - Producer
1999Gorgeous - Screenplay
1998Hot War - Producer
1998Jackie Chan: My Story - Director
1998Who Am I? - Director
1998Who Am I? - Screenplay
1995Red Zone - Producer
1995Thunderbolt - Choreographer
1995Thunderbolt - Producer
1993Kin chan no Cinema Jack - Producer
1992Police Story 3: Super Cop - Executive Producer
1992The Shootout - Producer
1992Center Stage - Presenter
1991Angry Ranger - Producer
1991Operation Condor - Choreographer
1991Operation Condor - Director
1991Operation Condor - Screenplay
1990Story of Kennedy Town - Producer
1990Stage Door Johnny - Producer
1989Miracles - Action Director
1989Miracles - Director
1989Miracles - Writer
1989I am Sorry - Presenter
1989The Inspector Wears Skirts II - Producer
1988Police Story 2 - Director
1988Police Story 2 - Screenplay
1988The Inspector Wears Skirts - Producer
1987Project A: Part II - Director
1987Project A: Part II - Writer
1987That Enchanting Night - Producer
1987Rouge - Producer
1986Armour of God - Director
1986Armour of God - Screenplay
1986Naughty Boys - Producer
1985Police Story - Director
1985Police Story - Writer
1983Project A - Choreographer
1983Project A - Director
1983Project A - Writer
1982Dragon Lord - Director
1981The Gold Hunters - Director
1981The Gold Hunters - Producer
1980Read Lips - Producer
1980The Young Master - Director
1980The Young Master - Screenplay
1979The Odd Couple - Stunt Coordinator
1979Fearless Hyena - Director
1979Master with Cracked Fingers - Martial Arts Choreographer
1979Dance of Death - Stunt Coordinator
1978Immortal Warriors - Stunt Coordinator
1978Game of Death - Stunts
1977The Face Behind the Mask - Action Director
1975The Young Dragons - Stunt Coordinator
1975The Dragon Tamers - Stunt Coordinator
1973Supermen Against the Orient - Choreographer
1973Enter the Dragon - Stunts
1969The Magnificent Monk - Script
The Diary - Director
The Diary - Writer

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