Jackie Chan Net Worth

Born as Chan Kong-Sang, Jackie Chan is a Hong Kong martial artist, actor, film director, producer and stuntman. Jackie Chan was born on 7 April 1954 in Hong Kong. As one of the famous celebrity in the Hollywood and Chinese movie industry, Jackie Chan has a net worth of $350 million dollar. He is popularly known all around the world for giving dozens of hit action and comedy movies. He started acting by appearing in small roles at the age of five. When he was eight years old, he appeared in movie Big and Little Wong Tin Bar released in 1962. The other movies he had acted in his early age includes “The Love Eterne”, “Come Drink With Me”, “A Touch of Zen”, “Fist of Fury”, “Enter the Dragon” and “Little Tiger of Canton”.

In 1976, Jackie Chan received a telegram from film producer of Hong Kong film industry, Willie Chan, who was impressed with Jackie’s stunt work. His breakthrough came in 1978 using the film snake within the Eagle’s Shadow-KungFu. It was accompanied by the even more productive movie “Drunken Master”. In the movie, he portray the role of historic figure “Wong Fei Hung”. The movie became the great success and his role was also highly acclaimed. After Snake in Eagle’s Shadow and Drunken Master, his popularity increased vigorously. Jackie Chan directed, produced and starred in movie “Project A” released in 1980. The movie became the most successful movie in Hong Kong of all time. Similarly in another year 1981, he became successful to break his record from the movie “Armour of God”. The movie Armour of God became the most successful Hong Kong movie of the year. In order to get international appraisal, Jackie Chan made an effort to act in the American action movie. For fulfilling his dream, he acted in the movie “The Cannonball Run Plus” in 1983. In the next year 1984, he played in two American low budget movie “The Protector” and “Battlecreek Brawl”. But the movie got flopped and could not act in more American movies.

Jackie Chan finally succeeded to be a popular actor in Northern American Market in 1995 by releasing “Rumble in the Bronx” worldwide. From the movie he earned a salary of $4 million. In late 1980s and early 1990s, his success continued by releasing the series of movies “Police Story”. Similarly the sequence of Armour of God, Armour of God II: Operation Condor also became the international hit. Similarly his first huge blockbuster in American movie came by releasing “Rush Hour” grossing more than $130 million in United States alone. In the success portfolio of Jackie Chan, list of successful movies includes “The Forbidden Kingdom” (2008), “Police Story”, “The Spy Next Door”, “Little Big Soldier”, “The Karate Kid”, “Shaolin”, “Who Am I?” and “The Medallion”.

The talented global star Jackie Chan has been featured in numerous movies and action games too. Also, he had given his voice acting, voicing as Master Monkey in Kung Fu Panda and Chinese release of the Walt Disney animated movie “Mulan”. By featuring in various games too, he has been a role model among the children. Apart from being an actor, he has also served the entertainment industry as a producer, director, screen writer and singer. He started his professional singing career by 1980s. Since 1984 he has released 20 albums. Also he owns film production and distribution company, JCE Movies Limited, Jackie Chan also owns or co-owns the production companies JC Group China, Jackie & Willie Productions (with Willie Chan) and Jackie & JJ Productions. From this production company, he is paid with a huge amount of money. Renowned as an adorable celebrity in the world, 57 year old Jackie is married to the Taiwanese actress “Lin Feng-Chiao” and has one child.

Things to know about Jackie Chan

Full Name: Chan Kong-sang

Date of Birth: 7th April, 1954

Jackie Chan in Facebook: 64M Fans on Facebook

Jackie Chan in Twitter: 1.32M Followers on Twitter

Jackie Chan in Instagram: 82.1K Followers on Instagram ]

Jackie Chan Net Worth: $350 Million

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