Jackie Chan

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Jackie Chan
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Chan at the 2012 Cannes Film Festival
Member of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference
In office
March 2013 March 2023
Personal details
Born
Chan Kong-sang (陳港生) [2] [3]

(1954-04-07) 7 April 1954 (age 69)
British Hong Kong
Spouse
(m. 1982)
Children2, including Jaycee Chan
Occupation
  • Martial artist
  • actor
  • director
  • writer
  • producer
  • action choreographer
  • singer
  • stunt director
  • stunt performer
Awards Full list
Website jackiechan.com
Musical career
Genres Cantopop, Mandopop, Hong Kong English pop, J-pop
Years active1962–present
Birth name
Traditional Chinese 陳港生
Simplified Chinese 陈港生
Literal meaningChan the [Hong] Kong-born
AwardYearCategoryRecipient(s) and nominee(s)Result
Academy Awards 2016Academy Honorary AwardAwarded for his "extraordinary achievements" in filmWon
American Choreography Awards 2002Innovator Award
ASEAN International Film Festival and Awards2015ASEAN Inspiration Award
Asia Pacific Film Festival 1993Lifetime Achievement Award
2005Special Jury Award
2010Outstanding Achievement Award
Behind the Voice Actors Awards2012Best Voice Ensemble in a feature film Kung Fu Panda 2
Beijing Student Film Festival2005Best Actor New Police Story Nominated
2013Guns and Roses
Blockbuster Entertainment Awards 1999Favorite Duo – Action/Adventure Rush Hour Won
2001Favorite Action Team Shanghai Noon Nominated
Britannia Awards 2019Albert R. Broccoli Britannia AwardAwarded for Worldwide Contribution to EntertainmentWon
Cinequest Film Festival 1998Maverick Spirit Award
Daytime Emmy Awards 2002Outstanding Performer in an Animated Program Jackie Chan Adventures Nominated
Fant-Asia Film Festival 1997Best Asian Film Drunken Master II Won
Golden Bauhinia Awards 1999Best Actor Who Am I? Nominated
2005New Police Story
Golden Horse Film Festival 1984Best Leading Actor Project A
1987Best Director Project A Part II
Special AwardWon
1989Best Leading Actor Miracles Nominated
1991Special Achievement AwardWon
1992Best Leading Actor Police Story 3
1993 Crime Story
Best Action ChoreographyNominated
1995 Rumble in the Bronx
1999 Gorgeous
2001 The Accidental Spy
2013 Chinese Zodiac Won
Golden Phoenix Awards 1993Outstanding Contribution Award
2005
Golden Rooster Awards Best ActorNew Police Story
Hamilton Behind the Camera Awards2013Best Action ChoreographyChinese ZodiacNominated
Hollywood Film Festival 1999Actor of the YearWon
Hong Kong Film Awards 1983Best Action Choreography Dragon Lord Nominated
1985Best ActorProject A
1986Best Director Police Story
Best Actor Heart of Dragon
Police Story
1989Best Picture Rouge Won
1990Best ActorMiraclesNominated
Best Action ChoreographyWon
1993Best ActorPolice Story 3Nominated
1994 Crime Story
Best Action Choreography
1996Rumble in the BronxWon
1997Best Actor Police Story 4: First Strike Nominated
1999Best Action ChoreographyWho Am I?Won
2000 Gorgeous Nominated
2005Professional Achievement AwardWon
Best ActorNew Police StoryNominated
Best Action ChoreographyWon
2006Best Original Film Song The Myth Nominated
Best Action Choreography
2007 Rob-B-Hood
2013Chinese ZodiacWon
2016 Dragon Blade Nominated
Huabiao Film Awards 2013Outstanding Abroad ActorChinese Zodiac
Huading Award 2012Outstanding AchievementWon
2013Best Actor in a Motion pictureChinese ZodiacNominated
2015Best Action Choreography for motion picturesDragon BladeWon
Best Vocal Performance for a Theme Song
2018Best Actor in a Motion picture The Foreigner Nominated
Hundred Flowers Awards 2006Best ActorNew Police Story
2014Chinese Zodiac
IIFA Awards 2000Special AwardAwarded for Global ImpactWon
Kid's Choice Awards 2002Favorite Male Action Hero Rush Hour 2
Favorite Male Movie Star
2003Favorite Male Butt Kicker The Tuxedo
Favorite Movie ActorNominated
2011Favorite Butt Kicker The Karate Kid Won
Macau International Movie Festival 2013Golden Lotus Awards for Best DirectorChinese Zodiac
Golden Lotus Awards for Best PictureNominated
MTV Movie Awards 1995Lifetime Achievement AwardWon
1996Best FightRumble in the BronxNominated
1997Police Story 4: First Strike
1999Best Fight (shared with Chris Tucker)Rush Hour
Best On-Screen Duo (shared with Chris Tucker)Won
2002Best On-Screen Team (shared with Chris Tucker)Rush Hour 2Nominated
Best Fight (shared with Chris Tucker)Won
2003Best On-Screen Team (shared with Owen Wilson) Shanghai Knights Nominated
2008Best Fight (shared with Chris Tucker and Sun Mingming) Rush Hour 3
Montreal World Film Festival 2001 Grand Prix des Amériques Won
Online Film & Television Awards2019OFTA Film Hall of Fame
People's Choice Awards 2008Favorite on Screen Match-up (shared with Chris Tucker)Rush Hour 3Nominated
2011Favorite On-Screen Team (shared with Jaden Smith)The Karate Kid
2011Favorite Action StarWon
Shanghai International Film Festival 2005Outstanding Contribution to Chinese Cinema
Teen Choice Awards 2002Choice Chemistry (shared with Chris Tucker)Rush Hour 2Nominated
2008Choice Movie Actor: Action Adventure The Forbidden Kingdom
The Asian Awards 2014Fellowship AwardWon
World Stunt Awards 2002Taurus Honorary Award

Honours

Entering in the Walk of Fame

Walk of Fame

Awards named after Jackie Chan

See also

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