Jackie Chan was born in Hong Kong on April 7, 1954. Secondly parents who named Charles and Lee-Lee Chan is the Chinese civil war refugees. In his childhood, Chan has the support of his parents. Jackie Chan, who has little name Chan Kong Sang, which means born in Hong Kong, spent his childhood in this elite environment, District of Victoria Park. As a child, Chan earned the nickname Pao Pao which means b ocah bullets. This naming is not without reason, because Chan when little was known as a child who has a lively character.
Agility that led him into the world of martial arts and a krobatik. skill martial this also raised his name on the big screen.
Chan proximity to the world of role can not be separated from the contribution of both parents. They see no artistic talent stored in the body of Chan. Therefore, when minor parents enrolled Chan Chan to the China Drama Academy, the Peking Opera School. Having expertise martial a rts m artial and acrobatics, eventually brought Chan to be included in the Seven Little Fortunes, a performance group consisting of the best student in her school.
Chan has been plunged into the world of movies since I was eight years old, when he appeared in a movie called Big Little Wong Tin Bar. In this film, Jackie Chan, Sammo Hung playing with Kam-Bo and Li Hua Li. S next etahun Chan returned to play with Li Hua Li in the movie musi k al The Love Eterne.
Growing up, precisely at the age of 17, his expertise in martial arts led him to become a stuntman in films, starring Bruce Lee. Scene after scene played by Chan's dangerous in the movie First of Flury and T he Enter the Dragon.
Opportunity to not just substitute finally arrived. He was given the chance to star in the movie Little Tiger of Canton is a limited release in Hong Kong in 1973. The next year, Chan played in a film called Rumble in Hongkon g-movie in 1996 is a remake and was released in America under the title Rumble in the Bronx.
But over the next two years, Chan was not involved in film production. Finally he decided to stay with her parents who had moved to Canberra, Australia, where his parents worked as cooks. There, Chan continued his studies at Dickson College.
While in college, he nyambi as construction workers. And you them know where it came from the name Jackie? Apparently as addressed by Jackie Chan when he worked as a construction worker. He got the nickname L ittle Jack, who later became Jackie disingkatnya.
K eberadaan Chan in Canberra Australia did not last long, because in the same year he got a telegram from Willie Chan, a Hong Kong film producer, who was very impressed with the workings of Chan as s tuntman. Willie Chan offered him a film directed by Lo Wei, titled New First Fury. And this is where bermulanya game characters as actors try to be attached to Chan. N Amun unfortunately this film fails in the market.
New in 1978, Chan comes with a genre film titled k ung Fuk omedi Snake in the Eagle's Shadow. The success of the film turned out to be the beginning of the trend of k ung movie Fuk omedi. After that, Chan's career began to climb after he played in the movie mainstream success in the market, namely Drunken Master, and then forwarded to the kind of film entitled Half a Lot of Kung Fu and Spiritual Kung Fu.
Togetherness with Lo Wei may be said to bring good luck and as the people most instrumental in Jackie Chan's career. Because not only makes Chan's an actor, but Lo Wei Chan saw talent that can also be to become a director. For that, Chan was entrusted to an assistant director in the film Fearless Hyena directed by Kenneth Tsang.
Persahabaan Chan with Willie is also a hacker penetrated the way for him to Hollywood. In 1980 he was given a role in the film Battle Creek Brawl. In 1985, he played in the movie The Cannonball Run is capable of collecting global revenues of 100 million dollars. Is considered to have sufficient expertise in martial arts, bringing it back to the next film project, called The Protector.
In the same year, Chan decided to return to Hong Kong. Decisions will never regret. Because just when the former British colony is the name of Jackie Chan seantreo flying in Asia.
Movies like Police Story (1985) are the film somewhat in demand, even the film received Best Film at the event grace Hong Kong Film Award 1986. S etahun later, Chan played in the film that became Hong Kong b ox o ffice of all time, namely the film Armour of God is referred to as Indiana Jones versia Asia. This film won the domestic income of 35 million U.S. dollars.
After some success in Hong Kong, Chan decided to re-tread a career in Hollywood. Bid to play in the movie Demolition Man with Sylvester Stallone refused. He did not want to be a criminal act in every film.
Chan began to reap success after playing in the movie Rumble in the Bronx in 1995. Furthermore, Chan paired with hilarious actor Chris Tucker in comedy action movie Rush Hour (1998). In the same year, Chan released the last movie she produced in the Golden Harvest, Who Am I? S elepas from Golden Harvest. Chan produce a romantic comedy, Gorgeous. And then play in Shanghai Noon (2000), Rush Hour 2 (2001), Shanghai Knights (2003) and The Medallion (2003).
However, by often playing the same characters or limited-that's all, Chan admitted frustration. For that in 2003, Chan set up his own production house named Jackie Chan Emperor Movies Limited (JCE). In the films that she produced with production houses, Chan many featuring dramatic scenes, call it New Police Story (2004), The Myth (2005) and Rob-B-Hood (2006).
Throughout his career in action films, Chan has recorded three times a fractured nasal bone, broken bones once g ankles, most of the fingers, both cheekbones and his skull bone, and has a permanent hole in his head, because of an accident in front of the camera in action .
Of the various success in the acting world, there is one biggest regret in his life, that he did not receive adequate formal education. For that Chan establish educational institutions in various parts of the world.
Wonder if Jackie Chan is said to pride A vain actor. However, it has the effect of "bad" for other actors and actresses, which is fond of influencing them to do action scenes without the help of a stuntman.
The film ever starring :
* Young Tiger (1973)
* Eagle Shadow Fist (1973)
* The Killer Meteors (1976)
* Shaolin Wooden Men (1976)
* New Fist of Fury (1976)
* Countdown in Kung Fu (1976)
* To Kill With Intrigue (1977)
* Jackie Chan’s 36 Crazy Fists (1977)
* The Magnicient Bodyguards (1978)
* Spiritual Kung Fu (1978)
* Snake in the Eagle’s Shadow (1978)
* Snake and Crane Arts of Shaolin (1978)
* Half a Lot of Kung Fu (1978)
* Drunken Master (1978)
* The Fearless Hyena (1979)
* Dragon Fist (1979)
* The Young Master (1980)
* The Big Brawl (1980)
* The Cannonball Run (1981)
* Dragon Lord (1982)
* The Fearless Hyena II (1982)
* Winners and Sinners (1983)
* Wheels on Meals (1984)
* Jackie Chan’s Crime Force (1984)
* Fantasy Mission Force (1984)
* Cannonball Run II (1984)
* The Protector (1985)
* Twinkle, Twinkle Lucky Stars (1985)
* Police Story (1985)
* Ninja Thunderbolt (1985)
* Heart of the Dragon (1985)
* Naughty Boys (1986)
* Project A II (1987)
* My Lucjy Stras (1987)
* Police Story II (1988)
* Dragons Forever (1988)
* Miracles (1989)
* The Prisoner (1990)
* The Kid From Tibet (1991)
* Island on Fire (1991)
* The Best Of Martial Arts Films (1992)
* Supercop (1992)
* City Hunter (1992)
* The Armour of God (1994)
* Project A (1994)
* Once A Cop (1994)
* Crime Story (1994)
* Supercop (1996)
* Rumble In The Bronx (1996)
* Operation Condor (1997)
* Jackie Chan’s Second Strike (1997)
* First Strike (1997)
* Gods (1998)
* The Operation Condor 2 : Armour of the Gods (1998)
* Who Am I ? (1998)
* Rush Hour (1998)
* Mr. Nice Guy (1998)
* Hongkong Face Off (1998)
* Burn, Hollywood, Burn (1998)
* Twin Dragons (1999)
* Master of Disaster (1999)
* Jackie Chan’s Project A (1999)
* Heikek Chi Wong (1999)
* Bolei Cheun (1999)
* The Legend of Drunken Master (2000)
* Shanghai Noon (2000)
* The Accidential Spy (2001)
* Rush Hour 2 (2001)
* The Tuxedo (2002)
* The Medallion (2003)
* The Cin Gei Bin (2003)
* Snake in Eagle’s Shadow 2 (2003)
* Shanghai Knights (2003)
* San Gingchat Gusi (2004)
* Around the World in 80 Days (2004)
* Sen-Hua (2005)
* Legends of Martial Arts (2005)
* Come Drink With me (2005)
* Thunderbolt (2006)
* Bo Bui Ga Wak (2006)
* Rush Hour 3 (2007)
* The Forbidden Kingdom (2008)
With his hard work is so high, he managed to become one of the stars A star worth having on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. I a has starred in more than 100 titles fil m and do most of the action matches his own. In fact, due to his penchant perform a dangerous action, Jackie Chan makes it difficult to get insurance.