Last Updated: 07 Aug, 2022 | Views: 54
Other Profession(s): Singer, Director, Choreographer, Filmmaker, Martial Artist, Stunt Director
Higher Education: Honorary Doctorate of Social Science Degree
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About Jackie Chan
Jackie Chan is a well-known martial artist from Hong Kong who is also a director, actor, stuntman, producer, and singer. He is well renowned for his innovative stunts, which he frequently pulls off by himself, comedic timing, and gymnastic fighting style in the world of cinema. He is a skilled teacher of kung fu, hapkido, and wushu. Jackie Chan is regarded as one of the most prominent and well-known cinema personalities in the world.
In 1962: In the movie Big and Little Wong Tin Bar, Chan made an appearance alongside some of his fellow "Little Fortunes."
In 1972: Chan had an appearance in Bruce Lee's Fist of Fury.
In 1974: The Young Dragons, a film directed by John Woo, featured Chan as a martial arts choreographer.
In 1978: The movie Snake in the Eagle's Shadow was Chan's first significant commercial success.
From 1980-1990s: The actor appeared in numerous successful sequels, including Project A.
From 2000-2005, The Jackie Chan Adventure cartoon featured Chan's voice for a cartoon character.
In 2016: Chan acted in the comedy-action film Railroad Tigers.
As of 2018, 48 of his movies had global box office receipts over US$5 billion.
Achievements and Awards:
Jackie received Lifetime Achievement Award from Quentin Tarantino.
Chan was honored with a statue in November 2013 in front of JC Film Gallery
He once smashed twelve solid bricks, yet he kept the fragile egg he was carrying in his hands from shattering while doing so.
He has earned huge popularity in both the Western and Eastern regions and has received stars on both the Hollywood Walk of Fame and Hong Kong Stars Avenue.