April 30, 2021
Jackie Chan, who is also known as Chan Kong-Sang, is a famous inspirational multimillionaire actor from Hong Kong. He is now one of the most influential martial artists of all times.
Chan starred in some of the best karate films, such as The Drunken Master, a 1978 feature length film featuring Chan as the protagonist and a powerful fighter.
His success doesn’t stop there; he also brought Americans one of the funniest films in the form of the Rush Hour trilogy with Chris Tucker and the beloved The Karate Kid films, including the modern 2010 favorite The Karate Kid starring Jaden Smith.
Chan is renowned for performing his own stunts and has directed many of the movies he is featured in.
As a child, he attended a very strict boarding school that trained students for Jingxi. From the age 7 to 17, he studied acrobatics, singing, martial arts, and mime skills that launched him into a position with a professional tumbling troupe.
In addition to all of this, Chan pursued a music career in Hong Kong in which he released multiple original albums beginning in 1984, one being Ok I Love You.
Chan’s career has reached people all around the globe to inspire fans from all different cultures.
Britannica.com (2021, April 3). Jackie Chan Chinese actor and director. Retrieved April 17, 2021 from https://www.britannica.com/biography/Jackie-Chan
Newrepublic.com (2019, January 8) The painful price of becoming Jackie Chan. Retrieved April 17, 2021 from https://newrepublic.com/article/152848/painful-price-becoming-jackie-chan