Jackie Chan Profile

Chinese name: Jackie Chan

Original name: Chen Gangsheng

English name:Jacky cheng

Birthday:April 7, 1954

Constellation: Aries



Blood type:AB

Education: I have been in the first grade of primary school for two years.From the age of 7 to 17, she studied stage performance at the Drama Academy.

Marital status: Married with one son.

Favorite color: white, apricot.

Favorite snack: shark fin

Favorite singer: No one in particular

Hobbies: Anything that interests him, from collecting porcelain teacups to becoming a wine connoisseur.

Advantages: Love to work

Disadvantages: You can’t sit still or eat too fast.

Favorite movie work: "Miracle"1989

Inauguration: Rolling Stone Records, Golden Harvest Films.

Mailing address:Davis Fung 145 Waterloo Rd. Kowloon, Hong Kong

Hometown: Shandong

Experience: Formerly known as Chen Gangsheng, formerly known as Chen Yuanlou and Chen Yuanlong. Originally from Shandong, born in Hong Kong. At the age of seven, he entered the China Drama Academy in Hong Kong to study Peking Opera Jingxing and practice northern martial arts. At the age of ten, he participated in the filming of "Big and Small Huang Tianba" and "Qin Xianglian" as a child star. At the age of fifteen, he became a dragon and tiger martial artist and special actor.In 1973, he played an important role in the film "Policewoman" and also served as a martial arts instructor. After 1976, he successively joined Luo Wei, Siyuan, Golden Harvest and other film companies. In 1978, he became famous for starring in the film "Serpentine Diao Hands". In the same year, he starred in "Drunken Fist", which was called a humorous kung fu film and was quite influential. In 1979, he became a director. He directed and starred in the kung fu films "Junior Brother Out of the Horse", "Young Master Long", "Plan A", "Police Story", etc., becoming a well-known kung fu film actor after Bruce Lee. Among them, "Police Story" won the Best Film Award at the 5th Hong Kong Film Awards, and won the Special Award for Outstanding Contribution at the 24th Golden Horse Awards in 1987. In 1988, he won the Film Actor Award at the 1st Taiwan Golden Dragon In 1993, he won the Special Award for Asian Filmmaker at the 38th Asia Pacific Film Festival. He was elected as the first president of the Hong Kong Directors Association.