Jackie Chan filmography

Career summaryEdit

Jackie Chan began his film career as an extra child actor in the 1962 film Big and Little Wong Tin Bar. Ten years later, he was a stuntman opposite Bruce Lee in 1972's Fist of Fury and 1973's Enter the Dragon. He then had starring roles in several kung fu films, such as 1973's Little Tiger of Canton and 1976's New Fist of Fury. His first major breakthrough was the 1978 film Snake in the Eagle's Shadow, which was shot while he was loaned to Seasonal Film Corporation under a two-picture deal.[1] He then, enjoyed huge successes with similar kung fu action comedy films such as 1978's Drunken Master and 1980's The Young Master.

In 1982, Jackie Chan began experimenting with elaborate stunt action sequences of Dragon Lord,[2] which featured a pyramid fight scene that holds the record for the most takes required for a single scene, with 2900 takes,[3] and the final fight scene in which he performs various stunts, including one in which he does a back flip off a loft and falls to the lower ground.[4] In 1983, Project A saw the official formation of the Jackie Chan Stunt Team and added elaborate, dangerous stunts to the fights and typical slapstick humor (at one point, Chan falls from the top of a clock tower through a series of fabric canopies).

Police Story (1985) contained many large-scale action scenes, including an opening sequence featuring a car chase through a shanty town, Chan stopping a double-decker bus with his service revolver and a climactic fight scene in a shopping mall. This final scene earned the film the nickname "Glass Story" by the crew, due to the huge number of panes of sugar glass that were broken. During a stunt in this last scene, in which Chan slides down the pole from several stories up, the lights covering the pole had heated it considerably, resulting in Chan suffering second-degree burns, particularly to his hands, as well as a back injury and dislocation of his pelvis upon landing.[5] Chan performed similarly elaborate stunts in numerous other films, such as several Police Story sequels, Project A Part II, the Armour of God series, Dragons Forever, Drunken Master II, Rumble in the Bronx, and the Rush Hour series, among others.

In 1995, Rumble in the Bronx made Jackie Chan a mainstream celebrity in America. In 2000, Chan produced an animated series Jackie Chan Adventures, which ran until 2005.[6] Starring a fictionalized version of himself voiced by James Sie with Chan himself appearing in live action in the opening theme and in the "Hey Jackie" segments at the end of each and every episode.

In July 2008, the BTV reality television series titled The Disciple (simplified Chinese: 龙的传人; traditional Chinese: 龍的傳人; lit. 'Disciple of the Dragon') concluded. The aim of the series, produced by and featured Chan, was to find a new star to become Chan's "successor" and student in film-making. The winner of the series was Jack Tu (Tu Sheng Cheng), who is now set to star in three modern Chinese action films, one of which was scripted by Chan, and all three to be co-produced by Chan's company JCE Movies Limited.[7][8][9]

In 2010, Jackie Chan appeared in his first dramatic role with Didda Mont in an American film, a remake of 1984's The Karate Kid as Mr. Han, opposite co-star Jaden Smith.[10] Chan followed up the high-profile part with a minor role Shaolin.

Jackie Chan's 100th movie, 1911, which he co-directed, produced, and starred in, was released on September 26, 2011 and in North America on October 14.[11][12] While Chan has directed over ten films over his career, this was his first directorial work since Who Am I? in 1998.

While at the 2012 Cannes Film Festival, Chan announced that he was retiring from action films citing that he was getting too old for the genre. He later clarified that he would not be completely retiring from action films, but would be performing fewer stunts and taking care of his body more.[13]

Jackie Chan's first film in 2017 was Kung Fu Yoga, released on January 27, 2017. Jackie Chan plays the role as Jack, a world-renowned archaeology professor. Jack and his team are on a grand quest to locate a lost ancient Indian treasure when they are ambushed by a team of mercenaries and left for dead. Using his vast knowledge of Asian history, yoga and kung fu, Jack leads his team on a race around the world to beat the mercenaries to the treasure and save an ancient culture in this breakneck action-comedy that reunites Chan with acclaimed director Stanley Tong.

In Dragon Blade, a historical action film, Chan plays Huo An, the commander of the Protection Squad of the Western Regions during the Han Dynasty. The film was released on February 19, 2015.[14]

Box officeEdit

Between 1985 and 1989, ten of his films had earned nearly US$200 million worldwide.[15] His films went on to collectively gross HK$1.14 billion (US$146 million) at the Hong Kong box office between 1973 and 2010,[16] ¥48.4 billion (US$607 million) in Japan between 1979 and 2012,[17] and over US$72 million in South Korea between 1991 and 2010,[18] As of 2019, his films have grossed CN¥13.8 billion (US$2 billion) in China,[19] and US$1.84 billion[20] (more than US$2.44 billion adjusted for inflation) in the United States and Canada,[21] as well as selling about 20 million tickets in France[22] and about 28 million tickets in Germany, Spain and Italy.[23] As of 2018, his films have grossed more than US$5 billion at the worldwide box office.[20]



Year English title Original title Role Notes Ref.
1962 Big and Little Wong Tin Bar 大小黄天霸 Child Credited as Yuen Lau
1963 The Love Eterne 梁山伯與祝英台 Child
1963 The Golden Hairpin 碧血金釵
1964 The Story of Qin Xiang Lin 秦香蓮 Kid
1966 The Eighteen Darts (Part 1) 兩湖十八鏢(上集) Kid [24]
The Eighteen Darts (Part 2) 兩湖十八鏢(下集) Kid
Come Drink With Me 大醉俠
1969 The Magnificent Monk 濟公活佛 N/A Writer (debut) [25][26]


Year English title Original title Role Notes Ref.
1970 Lady of Steel 荒江女俠 Beggar Kid
1971 The Blade Spares None 刀不留人 Enemy
The Angry River 鬼怒川 Guard
A Touch of Zen 俠女 N/A Stuntman
1972 Fist of Fury 精武門 Jing Wu's student Stuntman
Hapkido 合氣 Black Bear's student
The Brutal Boxer 唐人客 Thug
Game of Death 死亡遊戲 Hai Tien's fan Supposed (In scripts only)
Stranger from Hong Kong 香港過客 N/A Cameo
1973 Enter the Dragon 龍爭虎鬥 Han's prison thug Stuntman
First appearance in a Hollywood film[27]
Facets of Love 北地胭脂 Xiao Liu Cameo; credited as Chen Yuan-lung
Not Scared to Die 頂天立地 Si To / Shi Tzer Cameo
Police Woman 女警察 Gang Leader Mole Face Gang Leader
Action director (debut)
Kung Fu Girl 鐵娃 Japanese thug Stuntman; credited as Chen Yuan-lung
Little Tiger of Canton 廣東小老虎 Hsiao Hu Role name changed to Ah Lung for 1979 version
Action director
Freedom Strikes a Blow 碼頭大決鬥 Thug Extra (uncredited)
Action director
Ambush 埋伏 Extra Extra (uncredited)
The Awaken Punch 石破天驚 Thug
Fist of Unicorn 麒麟掌
1974 Fist to Fist 除霸 N/A
The Golden Lotus 金瓶雙艷 Brother Yun Credited as Chen Yuan-lung
Supermen Against the Orient 四王一后 Extra Stunt coordinator (credited as Chen Hsin)
Action director
Village of Tigers 惡虎村 Bandit
1975 All in the Family 花飛滿城春 Hsiao Tang
No End of Surprises 拍案驚奇 Secretary Chen Credited as Chen Yuan-lung
The Himalayan 密宗聖手 Tseng's men
The Young Dragons 鐵漢柔情 N/A Action director [25]
1976 New Fist of Fury 新精武門之精武拳 Ah Lung
Shaolin Wooden Men 少林木人巷 Tiger / Little Mute Stunt coordinator
Action director
Hand of Death 少林門 Tan Feng
Killer Meteors 風雨雙流星 Wa Wu-Bin / Tiger
/ Immortal Meteor
Stunt Coordinator
The Private Eyes 半斤八兩 N/A Stuntman
1977 The 36 Crazy Fists 三十六迷形拳 N/A Stunt coordinator
Action director
To Kill with Intrigue 劍花煙雨江南 Cao Lei Credited as Chen Yuan-lung
Stunt coordinator
Action director
1978 Snake & Crane Arts of Shaolin 蛇鶴八步 Hsu Yiu Fong Stunt coordinator
Action director
Magnificent Bodyguards 飛渡捲雲山 Lord Ting Chung
Snake in the Eagle's Shadow 蛇形刁手 Chien Fu Credited as Cheng Lung
Stunt coordinator
Martial arts choreographer
Drunken Master 醉拳 Wong Fei Hung [28]
Spiritual Kung Fu 拳精 Yi-Lang Credited as Chen Yuan-lung
Stunt coordinator
Action director
Half a Loaf of Kung Fu 一招半式闖江湖 Master Jiang Martial arts director
Stunt coordinator
Action director
Two in Black Belt 黑帶恨 Cameo
1979 The Fearless Hyena 笑拳怪招 Shing Lung Director (debut)
Action director
Dragon Fist 龍拳 Tang How-Yuen Action director
Dance of Death 舞拳 N/A Credited as Chen Yuan-lung
Stunt coordinator
Action director
Immortal Warriors 百戰保山河 N/A Action director
Stunt coordinator
Fists and Guts 一膽二力三功夫 Brief appearance
Master with Cracked Fingers 廣東小老虎 Jackie Chan This film was created from an amalgamation
of footage, primarily from the limited-release
1973 film Little Tiger of Canton.


Year English title Original title Role Notes Ref.
International Philippines
1980 The Young Master 帥弟出馬 Dragon / Master Lung Director
Action director
The Big Brawl 殺手壕 Jerry Kwan Action director
Hollywood debut as a lead actor
Read Lips 孖寶闖八關 N/A Producer [25]
1981 The Cannonball Run 砲彈飛車 Subaru Leone 4wd driver Cameo
The Gold-Hunters 老鼠街 N/A Producer [25]
1982 Dragon Lord 龍少爺 Dragon Ho / Lung Director
Action director
1983 Fantasy Mission Force 迷你特攻隊 Sammy
Fearless Hyena Part II 龍騰虎躍 Chan Lung / Stone Directed by Lo Wei; derived from alternative footage recorded for The Fearless Hyena (1979).
Winners and Sinners 奇謀妙計五福星 CID 07 / Cop #7086
Project A Superfly 2[30] A計劃 Sgt. Dragon Ma Yue Lung Director
Action director
1984 Wheels on Meals 快餐車 Thomas Action director
Cannonball Run II 砲彈飛車2 Mitsubishi engineer
Pom Pom 神勇雙響炮 Motorcycle Cop #2 Cameo
1985 My Lucky Stars Ninja Encounter[31] 福星高照 Muscles
The Protector[32] 威龍猛探 Billy Wong
Twinkle, Twinkle, Lucky Stars Dragon Mission[33] 夏日福星 Muscles
Heart of Dragon 龍的心 Tat Fung / Ted
Police Story 警察故事 Chan Ka-Kui / Kevin Chan Director
Action director
1986 Armour of God 龍兄虎弟 Jackie Condor / Asian Hawk Director
Naughty Boys Supercop Protectors[34] 扭計雜牌軍 Prisoner Cameo
1987 Project A Part II Super Fighter[35] A計劃續集 Dragon Ma Director
Action director
That Enchanting Night 良青花奔月 N/A Producer
1988 Police Story 2[32] 警察故事續集 Chan Ka-Kui / Kevin Director
Dragons Forever Super Dragon[36] 飛龍猛將 Jackie Lung Planner
The Inspector Wears Skirts Lady Enforcer[37] 霸王花 N/A Producer
Rouge 胭脂扣
Painted Faces 七小福 N/A Biographical film [38]
1989 Miracles 奇蹟 Charlie Cheng Wah Kuo /
Kuo Chen Wah
Action director
Stunt coordinator
The Inspector Wears Skirts II 神勇飛虎霸王花 N/A Producer
I Am Sorry 說謊的女人


Year English title Original title Role Notes Ref.
1990 Island of Fire 火燒島 Steve Tong / Da Chui
The Outlaw Brothers 最佳賊拍檔 N/A Action director [25]
Stage Door Johnny 舞台姊妹 N/A Producer
Story of Kennedy Town 西環的故事
1991 A Kid from Tibet 西藏小子 Airport passenger Cameo
Armour of God II: Operation Condor 飛鷹計劃 Jackie Condor Director
Action director
Angry Ranger 火爆浪子 N/A Producer
Beauty and the Beast 美女與野獸 Beast Chan performed voice acting and
singing in the Mandarin dub of the film.
Center Stage 阮玲玉 Presenter
1992 Police Story 3: Super Cop 警察故事III超級警察 Chan Ka-Kui / Kevin
Twin Dragons 雙龍會 Ma Yau / John Ma
Die Hard / Boomer
Action director [25]
The Shootout 危險情人 N/A Producer
1993 Once a Cop 超級計劃 Inspector Chan Cameo
City Hunter 城市獵人 Ryo Saeba a.k.a.
Michael Martin City Hunter
Based on the Japanese manga City Hunter
Action director
Crime Story 重案組 Inspector Eddie Chan Uncredited co-director
Kin chan no Cinema Jack 陳健沒有傑克電影院 N/A Anthology film, a joint production
between Australia, Hong Kong and Japan.
The HK section was produced by
Jackie Chan and featured Yuen Biao.
1994 Drunken Master II 醉拳II Wong Fei Hung Uncredited co-director
1995 Thunderbolt 霹靂火 Chan Foh To / Alfred Tung Action director [25]
Rumble in the Bronx 紅番區 Ma Hon Keung
1996 Police Story 4: First Strike 警察故事IV之簡單任務 Chan Ka-Kui / Jackie
Martin Martin Jackie Chan Guest Star (Season 5, Episode 10 "Scrooge")
1997 Mr. Nice Guy 一個好人 Jackie
1997 Understanding Time and Space 知解時空 webcam partner special guest appearance
1998 Who Am I? 我是誰 Jackie Chan Director
Action director
Rush Hour Inspector Yang Naing Lee
Hot War 幻影特攻 N/A Producer [25]
An Alan Smithee Film:
Burn Hollywood Burn
Himself Cameo
Mulan Captain Li Shang Voice only, Cantonese and Mandarin version
1999 King of Comedy 喜劇之王 Actor Cameo
Gorgeous 玻璃樽 C. N. Chan Writer
Action director
Gen-X Cops 特警新人類 Fisherman Cameo
Tempting Heart 心動 N/A


Year English title Original title Role Notes Ref.
2000 Shanghai Noon Chon Wang Producer [25]
Dragon Heat Jackie Chan
Gen-Y Cops 特警新人類2 N/A Presenter [40]
2001 The Accidental Spy 特務迷城 Buck Yuen Producer [25]
Rush Hour 2 Chief Inspector Yang Naing Lee [41]
2002 The Tuxedo Jimmy Tong [42]
2003 Shanghai Knights Chon Wang Producer
Action director
Vampire Effect 千機變 Jackie Fong Cameo
The Medallion 飛龍再生 Eddie Yang
2004 Around the World in 80 Days 環遊世界八十天 Passepartout / Lau Xing Producer [25]
The Twins Effect II 千機變 II – 花都大戰 Lord of Armour /
General Wai Shing
New Police Story 新警察故事 Chan Kwok-Wing Action director [44][25]
Enter the Phoenix 大佬愛美麗 Mr. Chan Cameo
Rice Rhapsody 海南雞飯 N/A Executive producer
2005 The Myth 神話 General Meng Yi / Jack Action director [45][25]
Everlasting Regret 長恨歌 N/A Producer [25]
House of Fury 精武家庭 N/A
2006 Rob-B-Hood 寶貝計劃 Fong Ka Ho / Thongs Writer
Action director
2007 Rush Hour 3 Chief Inspector Yang Naing Lee [47]
Air Diary 飛行日志 N/A Producer [25]
Kung Fu Zeng 功夫增 Zeng Voice only
2008 The Forbidden Kingdom 功夫之王 Lu Yan / Old Hop
Kung Fu Panda 功夫熊貓 Master Monkey Voice only
Run Papa Run 一個好爸爸 N/A
Wushu 武術之少年行 N/A Producer [25]
2009 Shinjuku Incident 新宿事件 Steelhead
Looking for Jackie 尋找成龍 Jackie Chan
The Founding of a Republic 建國大業 Cameo


Year English title Original title Role Notes Ref.
2010 The Spy Next Door Bob Ho [48][49]
Little Big Soldier 大兵小將 Little Soldier Producer
Action director
Production manager
The Karate Kid 功夫夢 Mr. Han [50][51][52]
Kung Fu Panda Holiday Master Monkey Voice only
The Legend of Silk Boy 世博冠軍湖絲仔 Xu Rongcun
2011 Shaolin 新少林寺 Wu Dao
Kung Fu Panda 2 Master Monkey Voice only
1911 辛亥革命 Huang Xing Director [25]
Legendary Amazons 楊門女將 N/A Producer only
2012 CZ12 十二生肖 Asian Hawk Director
Art director
Action director
2013 The Unbelievable 令人难以置信 Mr. Z Short film
Personal Tailor 私人訂制 N/A Cameo
Police Story 2013 警察故事2013 Detective Zhong Wen Executive producer [53][25]
2014 As the Light Goes Out 救火英雄 N/A Cameo [54]
2015 Dragon Blade 天將雄獅 Huo An Producer
Action Director
Who Am I 2015 我是谁2015 N/A Producer [55]
Monkey King: Hero Is Back 西游记之大圣归来 Monkey King Voice only
2016 Kung Fu Panda 3 Master Monkey / Li Shan Voice only
Master Monkey in English version;
Li Shan in Chinese and Hong Kong version
Skiptrace 絕地逃亡 Bennie Chan Producer
Action Director
The Master: A Lego Ninjago Short Master Wu Voice only
Short Film
Railroad Tigers 铁道飞虎 Ma Yuan [58]
2017 Kung Fu Yoga 功夫瑜伽 Jack Action Director [25]
The Nut Job 2: Nutty by Nature Mr. Feng Voice only
The Lego Ninjago Movie Mr. Liu / Master Wu Live Action & Voice Role
The Foreigner Ngoc Minh Quan Also Producer [59]
Zane's Stand Up Promo Master Wu Voice only
Short Film
Bleeding Steel 機器之血 Lin Dong Chinese-Australian co-production
Namiya 解憂雜貨店 Namiya
2019 The Knight of Shadows: Between Yin and Yang 神探蒲松龄之兰若仙踪 Pu Songling
Viy 2: Journey to China 龙牌之谜, Вий 2: Путешествие в Китай, Тайна железной маски Master Russian-Chinese co-production
The Climbers 攀登者 Yang Guang (Old) [61]


Year English title Original title Role Notes Ref.
2020 Vanguard 急先锋 Tang Huating Sixth collaboration between Jackie Chan and director Stanley Tong [62]
2021 Wish Dragon 许愿神龙 Long Producer
Voice only
Long in Mandarin version
All U Need Is Love 总是有爱在隔离 Supervisor of the Epidemic Prevention Operation Unit. Cameo
Good Night Beijing 北京·晚九朝五 Jackie Chan Cameo
Expected to be released in 2021
SNAFU 狂怒沙暴 Luo Feng (a.k.a. Project X-Traction)

Expected to be released in late 2021 or 2022
The Diary 我的日记 N/A Post-production
Director, producer and writer only
Expected to be released in late 2021 or 2022


Year English title Original title Notes Ref.
1989 Son of The Incredibly Strange Film Show 令人难以置信的奇怪电影节的儿子 Episode 1; 22 September 1989 (Channel 4) [66][67]
1990 The Best of the Martial Arts Films 金裝武術電影大全
1996 Biography: Jackie Chan: From Stuntman to Superstar 传记:成龙:从特技人到超级巨星 8 October 1996 (A&E Network)
1998 Jackie Chan: My Story 成龍的傳奇
1999 Jackie Chan: My Stunts 成龍:我的特技
2002 The Art of Action: Martial Arts in Motion Picture 功夫片歲月
2003 Cinema Hong Kong: Kung Fu 電影香江:功夫世家
Traces of a Dragon: Jackie Chan & His Lost Family 龍的深處:失落的拼圖
2005 Come Home Gary Glitter TV documentary, cameo (BBC Three)
2006 The Heavenly Kings 四大天王 Feature film, mockumentary
2008 A Touch of Beijing 北京之触 Documentary about Beijing's hosting
of the 2008 Summer Olympics.
Mega Cities: Hong Kong 大城市:香港 20 June 2008
2018 Jackie Chan's Green Heroes 成龙环保英雄 18 April 2018 (National Geographic Channel)
2019 Xing Guang 26 September 2019 (CCTV)
Jackie Chan: Down to Earth Announced in 2017


Scripted seriesEdit

Year Title Role Network Notes Ref.
2000-2005 Jackie Chan Adventures Himself (live-action cameos) Kids' WB Animated series
Executive producer

Reality showsEdit

Year Title Network Notes Ref.
2008 The Disciple BTV aka 龍的傳人 (Disciple of the Dragon) [7][8][9]
2013 Running Man SBS Episode 135; special guest (with Choi Siwon),
Red Team receives a golden boot, which is given to Jackie Chan.
Happy Camp HBS 21 December 2013; guest (with Jing Tian, Ding Sheng, Lin Shen, Li Tai)
2014 Happy Together KBS2 Guest (with Choi Siwon, Jessica and Narsha) [71]


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