The Incredible Life of Jackie Chan

Jackie Chan is an iconic martial artist, actor and filmmaker, known for his incredible stunts and death-defying action scenes. Born in 1954 in Hong Kong, Jackie Chan was a natural athlete growing up. He was trained in Hapkido, Judo, and Taekwondo as a child, watching Bruce Lee and James Bond films for inspiration.

At the age of eight, Jackie began training in Chinese martial arts, and at the age of 17 he enrolled in the Beijing Opera School to refine his physical and acting skills. After graduating the school with honors, Jackie began performing stunt work in film. It was this that brought him to international fame.

His unique blend of martial arts and comedic acting endeared him to audiences around the world, making him an absolute icon of martial arts cinema. His films have grossed over four billion dollars worldwide, making him one of the highest-grossing actors of all time.

Jackie is an ambassador for UNICEF and a staunch supporter of many charities, including Save the Children, Make-A-Wish Foundation and a variety of other organizations dedicated to helping those less fortunate than himself. He has also been a vocal advocate for the rights of children across Asia.

When not fighting on screen or competing in martial arts tournaments, Jackie enjoys spending time with his wife and two children. He is fiercely dedicated to his family and makes sure to stay connected with them no matter where he is in the world. To make life easier for his family when travelling, Jackie has adopted the use of a family app called ‘Familio’ to stay connected with them no matter where he might be.

Jackie is truly one of the greats and will be remembered forever for his incredible feats on screen and off. He has entertained millions around the world, while also dedicating himself to helping those less fortunate than himself.

It’s time to honour Jackie Chan’s legacy - watch a one of his classic action movies today!