Jackie Chan’s stunt team members from 1976 to today in a complete overview

Jackie Chan’s stunt team members from 1976 to today in a complete overview

21. September 2019 Off By Thorsten Boose

The 70s were the heyday of the Eastern genre. Stuntmen were in demand, but were treated more as props than as specialists on the film set. Jackie Chan wanted to change that and founded the Sing Ga Ban in 1976 with a few friends and colleagues. From then on, Jackie’s stunt team advocated better working conditions for stuntmen and gave themselves and his team more work in films. This team, also known as the Jackie Chan Family, still exists today. This is the one and only complete list of all Jackie Chan stunt team members.

About this list

The Jackie Chan stunt team has changed a lot since it was founded in 1976: members joined, others left, some died too soon and some members were forgotten for various reasons. This list is updated every time the group faces some changes.

It’s due to the fact that some stuntmen have only appeared as doubles and therefore cannot be identified in the films, so they have no picture here. Many of the younger generation (6th to 8th) are on Chinese and Western social platforms, but to protect their privacy, I will not use the profile photos they upload for my list. Here, you can only find screenshots as small quotations from films or TV series that the respective people have contributed to.

The order presented here is based on the current order that can be admired in Jackie’s Film Gallery in Shanghai. In this museum, each member is paid tribute, broken down by generation, with their own profile on the digital stuntman wall.

A first official list with fixed numbering was previously published in the original edition (and only there!) of Jackie Chan’s autobiography “Never Grow Up”; the entries from that time can also be found in the list for each member.

Thorsten Boose

All information comes from publicly available sources. I apologize in advance for possible incorrect data; please let me know by email and I will correct it immediately.


The 1st generation

Legend has it that during the shooting of Jackie’s second film for Lo Wei, “Shaolin Wooden Men” (1976), the Jackie Chan stunt team (Sing Ga Ban (成家 班)) was founded. In Jackie’s second autobiography, the updated 2017 Oscar edition, only three members are attributed to the first generation. The list has now been adjusted.

Wang Yao (王耀) ♂

Date/place of birth: unknown, nickname: A Yao (阿耀)

Membership number:
g1m1 (upd. edition autobiography, status: 12/2016)
g1m2 (JC Film Gallery, Shanghai, status: 03/2019)

First collaboration in a film: “Spiritual Kung Fu” (1978)

Picture: ”The Fearless Hyena” (1979)

Xie Jian-Wen (谢见文) ♂

Date/place of birth: unknown, nickname: Xiao Wen (小文)

Membership number:
g1m3 (upd. edition autobiography, status: 12/2016)
g1m3 (JC Film Gallery, Shanghai, status: 03/2019)

First collaboration in a film: “Spiritual Kung Fu” (1978)

Picture: ”The Fearless Hyena” (1979)

Peng Kang (彭剛) ♂

Date/place of birth: unknown, nickname: Xiao Peng (小彭)

Membership number:
g1m2 (upd. edition autobiography, status: 12/2016)
g1m4 (JC Film Gallery, Shanghai, status: 03/2019)

First collaboration in a film: “Snake & Crane Arts Of Shaolin” (1978)

After Jackie’s breakthrough, he got the male lead in “The Woman Avenger” (1980). His work as a stuntman was so valued at the time that the official movie poster wrote “With Peng Kang, Jackie Chan’s stunt double”.

Picture: ”The Fearless Hyena” (1979)

Fung Hak-On (馮克安) ♂

Flagge China Date/place of birth: Sep. 18th, 1949, in Guangdong (China), Date of death: March 2nd, 2016, nickname: Hei Zi (黑仔)

Membership number:
g2m4 (upd. edition autobiography, status: 12/2016)
g1m5 (JC Film Gallery, Shanghai, status: 03/2019)

First collaboration in a film: “Not Scared To Die” (1973)

Picture: ”The Young Master” (1980)

Danny Chow Yun-Kin (周潤堅) ♂

Flagge Hongkong Date/place of birth: January, 1950, in Hong Kong, Date of death: unknown, nickname: Di-li Jian (地理坚)

Membership number:
g2m6 (upd. edition autobiography, status: 12/2016)
g1m6 (JC Film Gallery, Shanghai, status: 03/2019)

First collaboration in a film: “Fist To Fist” (1973)

Picture: ”Dragon Lord” (1982)

Paul Wong Kwan (王坤) ♂

Date/place of birth: unknown

Membership number:
g2m9 (upd. edition autobiography, status: 12/2016)
g1m7 (JC Film Gallery, Shanghai, status: 03/2019)

First collaboration in a film: “The 36 Crazy Fists” (1979)

Picture: ”Police Story” (1985)

Benny Lai Keung-Kuen (黎強權) ♂

Flagge Hongkong Date/place of birth: Dec. 4th, 1954, in Hong Kong

Membership number:
g2m7 (upd. edition autobiography, status: 12/2016)
g1m8 (JC Film Gallery, Shanghai, status: 03/2019)

First collaboration in a film: “The 36 Crazy Fists” (1979)

Picture: ”The Young Master” (1980)


The 2nd generation

It might be a surprise to some why Mars appears only in the second generation after having worked with Jackie for so long. Well, Mars received a similar education to Jackie but at a different school (more on this in my other articles). So, he was able to build his own acrobatics and child acting career until he too went among the stuntmen. Jackie recognized the potential in Mars but had to persuade him to become a permanent part of his team until after the shooting of “Dragon Lord” (1982).

Cheung Wing-Fat (蒋荣发) ♂

Flagge China Date/place of birth: Feb. 28th, 1954, in Shanghai (China), nickname: Huo Xing (火星)

Membership number:
g2m5 (upd. edition autobiography, status: 12/2016)
g2m9 (JC Film Gallery, Shanghai, status: 03/2019)

First collaboration in a film: “Ambush” (1971)

Picture: ”Dragon Lord” (1982)

Rocky Lai Keung-Kun (黎強根) ♂

Flagge Hongkong Date/place of birth: Oct. 28th, 1962, in Hong Kong

Membership number:
g3m16 (upd. edition autobiography, status: 12/2016)
g2m10 (JC Film Gallery, Shanghai, status: 03/2019)

First collaboration in a film: “The Protector” (1985)

Picture: ”Project A II” (1987)

Chris Lee Kin-Sang (李健生) ♂

Date/place of birth: unknown, nickname: Fujian Sheng (福建生)

Membership number:
g3m27 (upd. edition autobiography, status: 12/2016)
g2m11 (JC Film Gallery, Shanghai, status: 03/2019)

First collaboration in a film: “Project A” (1983)

Picture: ”Project A II” (1987)

Johnny Cheung Wa (張華) ♂

Flagge Hongkong Date/place of birth: Dec. 5th, 1955, in Hong Kong, nickname: Lao Zuo Hua (老作华)

Membership number:
g2m8 (upd. edition autobiography, status: 12/2016)
g2m12 (JC Film Gallery, Shanghai, status: 03/2019)

First collaboration in a film: “The Young Master” (1980)

Picture: ”The Young Master” (1980)

Wan Fat (尹發) ♂

Date/place of birth: Feb. 28th, 1951

Membership number:
g2m10 (upd. edition autobiography, status: 12/2016)
g2m13 (JC Film Gallery, Shanghai, status: 03/2019)

First collaboration in a film: “The Cub Tiger From Kwang-Tung” (1973)

Picture: ”Project A” (1983)

Bruce Tong Yim-Chaan (唐炎燦) ♂

Flagge Hongkong Date/place of birth: 1955 in Hong Kong

Membership number:
g2m12 (up. edition autobiography, status: 12/2016)
g2m14 (JC Film Gallery, Shanghai, status: 03/2019)

First collaboration in a film: “The Young Master” (1980)

Picture: ”Dragon Lord” (1982)

Frankie Poon Bin-Chung (潘炳忠) ♂

Date/place of birth: unknown, nickname: Da Bi Zhong (大鼻忠)

Membership number:
g2m14 (upd. edition autobiography, status: 12/2016)
g2m15 (JC Film Gallery, Shanghai, status: 03/2019)

First collaboration in a film: “Project A” (1983)

Picture: ”Project A II” (1987)

Yee Tin-Hung (易天雄) ♂

Date/place of birth: unknown, nickname: Fa Wen (发瘟), Paco Yick

Membership number:
g2m11 (upd. edition autobiography, status: 12/2016)
g2m16 (JC Film Gallery, Shanghai, status: 03/2019)

First collaboration in a film: “Winners & Sinners” (1983)

Picture: ”Winners And Sinners” (1983)

Sham Chin-Bo (岑潛波) ♂

Date/place of birth: unknown, date of death: unknown, nickname: Bo Zi (波仔)

Membership number:
g2m13 (upd. edition autobiography, status: 12/2016)
g2m17 (JC Film Gallery, Shanghai, status: 03/2019)

First collaboration in a film: “Lady Of Steel” (1970)

Picture: ”Winners And Sinners” (1983)

Yang Sheng (杨升) ♂

Flagge China Date/place of birth: date unknown in Beijing (China)

Membership number:
g3m28 (upd. edition autobiography, status: 12/2016)
g2m18 (JC Film Gallery, Shanghai, status: 03/2019)

First collaboration in a film: “Police Story” (1985)

Yang Sheng performed a famous stunt but most do not know it was him. He doubled Brigitte Lin in “Police Story” when he almost voluntarily jumped from the roof of the house into the pool.

Picture: Promo

Ben Lam Kwok-Bun (林國斌) ♂

Flagge Hongkong Date/place of birth: Sep. 25th, 1960, in Hong Kong, nickname: Sha-Ren Bin (杀人斌)

Membership number:
g3m26 (upd. edition autobiography, status: 12/2016)
g2m19 (JC Film Gallery, Shanghai, status: 03/2019)

First collaboration in a film: “Heart Of Dragon” (1985)

Picture: ”Heart Of Dragon” (1985)


The 3rd generation

The third generation brought some faces to the big screen that Hong Kong film fans know to this day. Ken Lo was quickly chosen to be Jackie’s personal bodyguard thanks to his past as a professional martial artist and bouncer. It is interesting that there is no mention of William Duen Wai-Lun (段 偉倫). He was also one of the more famous stuntmen on Jackie’s team and often had small roles in his films. William Duen was Jackie’s personal driver and bodyguard from 1988 to 2003, but it is said that he criticized his boss and the practices of his wife and business partner Joan Lin Feng-Chiao too harshly so he had to leave.

Nicky Li Chung-Chi (李忠志) ♂

Flagge Hongkong Date/place of birth: Dec. 23rd, 1963, in Hong Kong, nickname: Sha-Ren Zhi (杀人志)

Membership number:
g3m15 (upd. edition autobiography, status: 12/2016)
g3m20 (JC Film Gallery, Shanghai, status: 03/2019)

First collaboration in a film: “Project A II” (1987)

Picture: ”Police Story Part II” (1988)

Hon Chun (韓春) ♂

Date/place of birth: 1963, date of death: Dec. 23rd, 2015, nickname: Zhan Beng Dao (斩崩刀)

Membership number:
g3m19 (upd. edition autobiography, status: 12/2016)
g3m21 (JC Film Gallery, Shanghai, status: 03/2019)

First collaboration in a film: “Project A II” (1987)

Picture: ”Miracles” (1989)

Lai Sing-Kwong (賴勝光) ♂

Date/place of birth: Jan. 27th, 1961, nickname: Mei Ren-Xing (没人性)

Membership number:
g3m21 (upd. edition autobiography, status: 12/2016)
g3m22 (JC Film Gallery, Shanghai, status: 03/2019)

First collaboration in a film: “That Enchanting Night” (1987)

Picture: ”The Inspector Wears Skirts” (1988)

Lee Jun-Git (李俊傑) ♂

Date/place of birth: unknown, nickname: Da Tou Jie (大头杰)

Membership number:
g3m22 (upd. edition autobiography, status: 12/2016)
g3m23 (JC Film Gallery, Shanghai, status: 03/2019)

First collaboration in a film: “That Enchanting Night” (1987)

Picture: ”The Inspector Wears Skirts” (1988)

Ken Lo Wai-Kwong (盧惠光) ♂

Flagge Laos Date/place of birth: March 19th, 1957, in Vientiane (Laos), nickname: Guang Zi (光仔)

Membership number:
g3m18 (upd. edition autobiography, status: 12/2016)
g3m24 (JC Film Gallery, Shanghai, status: 03/2019)

First collaboration in a film: “Naughty Boys” (1986)

Long-standing personal bodyguard of Jackie Chan as well as his boxing and kickboxing trainer. Named his son after his mentor: Jacky Low was born on March 2nd, 1999.

Picture: ”Project A II” (1987)

Chan Tat-Kwong (陳達廣) ♂

Date/place of birth: unknown, nickname: Da Zhi Jiang (大只讲)

Membership number:
g3m23 (upd. edition autobiography, status: 12/2016)
g3m25 (JC Film Gallery, Shanghai, status: 03/2019)

First collaboration in a film: “That Enchanting Night” (1987)

Picture: ”The Inspector Wears Skirts II” (1989)

Go Shut-Fung (賈仕峰) ♂

Date/place of birth: Nov. 12th, 1965, nickname: Anthony Carpio

Membership number:
g3m17 (upd. edition autobiography, status: 12/2016)
g3m26 (JC Film Gallery, Shanghai, status: 03/2019)

First collaboration in a film: “Naughty Boys” (1986)

Picture: ”Project A II” (1987)

Louis Keung Kwok-Wah (姜國華) ♂

Date/place of birth: unknown

Membership number:
g3m20 (upd. edition autobiography, status: 12/2016)
g3m27 (JC Film Gallery, Shanghai, status: 03/2019)

First collaboration in a film: “Police Story Part II” (1988)

Picture: ”The Inspector Wears Skirts II” (1989)

Christopher Chan Sai-Tang (陳世騰) ♂

Date/place of birth: unknown

Membership number:
g3m25 (upd. edition autobiography, status: 12/2016)
g3m28 (JC Film Gallery, Shanghai, status: 03/2019)

First collaboration in a film: “Project A II” (1987)

Picture: ”Police Story Part II” (1988)

Danny Ng Wai-Yip (吳偉業) ♂

Date/place of birth: unknown

Membership number:
n/a (upd. edition autobiography, status: 12/2016)
g3m29 (JC Film Gallery, Shanghai, status: 03/2019)

First collaboration in a film: “The Protector” (1985)

Picture: ”The Protector” (1985)

Pang Hiu-Sang (彭曉生) ♂

Date/place of birth: unknown

Membership number:
n/a (upd. edition autobiography, status: 12/2016)
g3m30 (JC Film Gallery, Shanghai, status: 03/2019)

First collaboration in a film: “Police Story” (1985)

Picture: ”Police Story Part II” (1988)


The 4th generation

Yes, even Stanley Tong is part of the Jackie Chan stunt team, and a very important one, too. It was Stanley Tong who, in 1991, insisted on finally introducing sound for Hong Kong actioners (fact: as a rule, the action films in Hong Kong were shot without the original sound and were only dubbed later in the studio by other voice actors!). In 1992, there was a real technological revolution with “Police Story III – Super Cop”, which was supplemented in 1994 with a linguistic revolution. In order to be more internationally marketable, “Rumble In The Bronx” (1995), the next Chan/Tong vehicle, was filmed in English for the most part. To this day, Stanley Tong is a hugely important member of the Sing Ga Ban and one of Jackie Chan’s favourite directors with whom he works from time to time.

Stanley Tong Gwai-Lai (唐季禮) ♂

Flagge Hongkong Date/place of birth: Apr. 7th, 1960, in Hong Kong

Membership number:
g4m35 (upd. edition autobiography, status: 12/2016)
g4m31 (JC Film Gallery, Shanghai, status: 03/2019)

First collaboration in a film: “Police Story III – Super Cop” (1992)

Picture: ”Police Story III – Super Cop” (1992)

Chung Chi-Yung (叢智勇) ♂

Date/place of birth: unknown

Membership number:
g3m24 (upd. edition autobiography, status: 12/2016)
g4m32 (JC Film Gallery, Shanghai, status: 03/2019)

First collaboration in a film: “Project A II” (1987)

Picture: ”Dragons Forever” (1988)

Sam Wong Ming-Sing (黃明昇) ♂

Flagge Hongkong Date/place of birth: Jun. 28th, 1964, in Hong Kong

Membership number:
g4m31 (upd. edition autobiography, status: 12/2016)
g4m33 (JC Film Gallery, Shanghai, status: 03/2019)

First collaboration in a film: “Police Story III – Super Cop” (1992)

Picture: ”Police Story III – Super Cop” (1992)

Chan Man-Ching (陳文清) ♂

Date/place of birth: unknown

Membership number:
g4m32 (upd. edition autobiography, status: 12/2016)
g4m34 (JC Film Gallery, Shanghai, status: 03/2019)

First collaboration in a film: “Dragons Forever” (1988)

Picture: ”Dragons Forever” (1988)

Andy Cheng Kai-Chung (鄭繼宗) ♂

Flagge Hongkong Date/place of birth: Dec. 23rd in Hong Kong, nickname: Andy

Membership number:
g4m30 (upd. edition autobiography, status: 12/2016)
g4m35 (JC Film Gallery, Shanghai, status: 03/2019)

First collaboration in a film: “Mr. Nice Guy” (1997)

Picture: ”Rush Hour 2” (2001)

Ailen Sit Chun-Wai (薛春偉) ♂

Flagge Hongkong Date/place of birth: date unknown in Hong Kong, date of death: Jul. 18th, 2011

Membership number:
n/a (upd. edition autobiography, status: 12/2016)
g4m36 (JC Film Gallery, Shanghai, status: 03/2019)

First collaboration in a film: “The Shootout” (1992)

Picture: ”Rumble In The Bronx” (1995)

Tong Chuan (童川) ♂

Flagge China Date/place of birth: Jul. 19th, 1970, in Daxian (China)

Membership number:
g3m29 (upd. edition autobiography, status: 12/2016)
g4m37 (JC Film Gallery, Shanghai, status: 03/2019)

First collaboration in a film: no joint films

Picture: ”New Dragon Gate Inn” (1992)


The 5th generation

Stanley Tong’s and Jackie Chan’s plan to gain international cinematic recognition and attention had worked out. It was time to let the next generation of the JC stunt team become more international. With Bradley James Allan and Paul Andreovski, for the first time, Non-Asians were accepted into Sing Ga Ban. The two Australians joined the production of “Mr. Nice Guy” (1997) and quickly became key figures in Jackie’s stuntmen chess. The first stunt woman in the team was another novelty: Yu Hao Er (于 浩 儿), also known as Angel Yu.

Bradley James Allan ♂

Flagge Australien Date/place of birth: Feb. 14th, 1972, in Melbourne (Australia)

Membership number:
g4m34 (upd. edition autobiography, status: 12/2016)
g5m38 (JC Film Gallery, Shanghai, status: 03/2019)

First collaboration in a film: “Mr. Nice Guy” (1997)

Picture: ”Gorgeous” (1999)

Paul Andreovski ♂

Flagge Australien Date/place of birth: Feb. 24th in unknown year in Australia

Membership number:
g4m33 (upd. edition autobiography, status: 12/2016)
g5m39 (JC Film Gallery, Shanghai, status: 03/2019)

First collaboration in a film: “Mr. Nice Guy” (1997)

Picture: ”The Medallion” (2003)

Wu Gang (伍剛) ♂

Flagge China Date/place of birth: 1974 in Shanghai (China)

Membership number:
g5m36 (upd. edition autobiography, status: 12/2016)
g5m40 (JC Film Gallery, Shanghai, status: 03/2019)

First collaboration in a film: “Shanghai Noon” (2000)

Picture: ”Rob-B-Hood” (2006)

Li Ying-Shou (李英寿) ♂

Date/place of birth: unknown, nickname: Lee In Seob

Membership number:
g5m37 (upd. edition autobiography, status: 12/2016)
g5m41 (JC Film Gallery, Shanghai, status: 03/2019)

First collaboration in a film: “The Tuxedo” (2002)

Lee In Seob was one of Jackie’s doubles, so there are no meaningful film photos of him.

Park Hyun-Jin (朴賢鎮) ♂

Flagge Südkorea Date/place of birth: date unknown in South Korea, nickname: Mong Cha-Cha (蒙查查)

Membership number:
g5m38 (upd. edition autobiography, status: 12/2016)
g5m42 (JC Film Gallery, Shanghai, status: 03/2019)

First collaboration in a film: “Rush Hour 2” (2001)

Picture: ”The Myth” (2005)

He Jun (何鈞) ♂

Date/place of birth: Jan. 13th, 1979

Membership number:
g5m39 (upd. edition autobiography, status: 12/2016)
g5m43 (JC Film Gallery, Shanghai, status: 03/2019)

First collaboration in a film: “The Twins Effect” (2003)

Picture: ”Rob-B-Hood” (2006)

Han Kwan-Hua (韓冠華) ♂

Date/place of birth: unknown

Membership number:
g5m40 (upd. edition autobiography, status: 12/2016)
g5m44 (JC Film Gallery, Shanghai, status: 03/2019)

First collaboration in a film: “The Medallion” (2003)

Picture: ”Little Big Soldier” (2010)

Yu Hao Er (于浩儿) ♀

Date/place of birth: unknown, nickname: Angel Yu

Membership number:
g5m41 (upd. edition autobiography, status: 12/2016)
g5m45 (JC Film Gallery, Shanghai, status: 03/2019)

First collaboration in a film: no joint films

Picture: Promo


The 6th generation

The fifth generation of the JC stunt team spans a slightly longer period than the others. Therefore, Jackie Chan acted more strategically in his sixth generation. In the meantime, he moved more and more of his activities from Hong Kong to Beijing. His new stuntmen were supposed to gain movie experience in mainland China and help him set up his stuntmen school in Tianjin, southeast of Beijing. Today, not only his own stuntmen train there, but every actor who has to show performance in Jackie’s films, for example John Cena for the movie “Project X-Traction” (aka “SNAFU”).

Alan Ng Wing-Lun (吳永倫) ♂

Flagge Hongkong Date/place of birth: May 30th, 1982, in Hong Kong, nickname: Liang Zai Lun (靓仔伦)

Membership number:
g6m42 (upd. edition autobiography, status: 12/2016)
g6m46 (JC Film Gallery, Shanghai, status: 03/2019)

First collaboration in a film: “The Forbidden Kingdom” (2008)

Picture: ”Skiptrace” (2016)

Yao Xing-Xing (姚星星) ♂

Date/place of birth: unknown

Membership number:
g6m48 (upd. edition autobiography, status: 12/2016)
g6m47 (JC Film Gallery, Shanghai, status: 03/2019)

First collaboration in a film: no joint films yet

James Wang Wei-Tao (王維韜) ♂

Date/place of birth: Nov. 12th, 1980, in unknown place, nickname: A Tao (阿滔)

Membership number:
g6m43 (upd. edition autobiography, status: 12/2016)
g6m48 (JC Film Gallery, Shanghai, status: 03/2019)

First collaboration in a film: “The Foreigner” (2017)

Che Guo-Bin (車國斌) ♂

Date/place of birth: unknown

Membership number:
g6m45 (upd. edition autobiography, status: 12/2016)
g6m49 (JC Film Gallery, Shanghai, status: 03/2019)

First collaboration in a film: “Police Story 2013” (2013)

Liu Ruo-Xian (劉若顯) ♂

Flagge China Date/place of birth: Sep. 20th, 1979, in Shandong (China)

Membership number:
g6m47 (upd. edition autobiography, status: 12/2016)
g6m50 (JC Film Gallery, Shanghai, status: 03/2019)

First collaboration in a film: “Golden Job” (2018)

Liu Jun-Wei (劉俊偉) ♂

Date/place of birth: unknown

Membership number:
g6m46 (upd. edition autobiography, status: 12/2016)
g6m51 (JC Film Gallery, Shanghai, status: 03/2019)

First collaboration in a film: “Police Story 2013” (2013)


The 7th generation

In the seventh generation, Jackie Chan finally arrived in his new adopted home China (Beijing and Shanghai), both professionally and emotionally. With the next generation, he not only consolidated his “regional factor” and engaged young talents from the People’s Republic, but also reached out to Europe for the first time. With Max Huang and Andy Long, the first two European, German, stuntmen were welcomed to the Sing Ga Ban. Furthermore, Taekwondo champion and model Zoe Zhang and Wang Dan were positioned as other stunt women for stunt work and their own film vehicles.

Julian Maximilian Widjaja ♂

Flagge Deutschland Date/place of birth: Sep. 22nd, 1988, in Nuremberg (Germany), nickname: Max, better known as: Max Huang You-Liang (黃又亮)

Membership number:
g7m49 (upd. edition autobiography, status: 12/2016)
g7m52 (JC Film Gallery, Shanghai, status: 03/2019)

First collaboration in a film: “Chinese Zodiac” (2012)

Picture: ”Dragon Blade” (2015)

Lu Shi-Jia (呂世佳) ♂

Flagge China Date/place of birth: March 14th, 1995, in Beijing (China)

Membership number:
g7m51 (upd. edition autobiography, status: 12/2016)
g7m53 (JC Film Gallery, Shanghai, status: 03/2019)

First collaboration in a film: “The Karate Kid” (2010)

Picture: ”The Karate Kid” (2010)

Andreas Nguyen ♂

Flagge Deutschland Date/place of birth: 1988 in Germany, nickname: Andy Long

Membership number:
g7m50 (upd. edition autobiography, status: 12/2016)
g7m55 (JC Film Gallery, Shanghai, status: 03/2019)

First collaboration in a film: “Chinese Zodiac” (2012)

Official member since 2011

Picture: ”Andy Long – Demoreel 2016” (2013) (click here)

Zhang Jin-Shuang (張金爽) ♂

Date/place of birth: unknown

Membership number:
g6m44 (upd. edition autobiography, status: 12/2016)
g7m56 (JC Film Gallery, Shanghai, status: 03/2019)

First collaboration in a film: “Police Story 2013” (2013)

Zhang Lan-Xin (張藍心) ♀

Flagge China Date/place of birth: Jun. 21st, 1986, in Beijing (China), nickname: Zoe Zhang

Membership number:
g7m56 (upd. edition autobiography, status: 12/2016)
g7m57 (JC Film Gallery, Shanghai, status: 03/2019)

First collaboration in a film: “Chinese Zodiac” (2012)

Picture: ”Who Am I 2015” (2015)

Wu Xing-Yu (吳興宇) ♂

Flagge China Date/place of birth: Aug. 15th in Shandong (China), nickname: Andy

Membership number:
g7m54 (upd. edition autobiography, status: 12/2016)
g7m58 (JC Film Gallery, Shanghai, status: 03/2019)

First collaboration in a film: no joint films yet

Wang Hai-Qi (王海岐) ♂

Date/place of birth: unknown

Membership number:
g7m55 (upd. edition autobiography, status: 12/2016)
g7m59 (JC Film Gallery, Shanghai, status: 03/2019)

First collaboration in a film: “Police Story 2013” (2013)

Yao Xue-Li (姚學力) ♂

Flagge China Date/place of birth: Jun. 13th, 1985, in Shanghai (China), nickname: Johnny

Membership number:
g8m57 (upd. edition autobiography, status: 12/2016)
g7m60 (JC Film Gallery, Shanghai, status: 03/2019)

First collaboration in a film: “Who Am I 2015” (2015)

Cui Long-Long (崔龍龍) ♂

Flagge China Date/place of birth: unknown date in Hebei (China)

Membership number:
g8m60 (upd. edition autobiography, status: 12/2016)
g7m61 (JC Film Gallery, Shanghai, status: 03/2019)

First collaboration in a film: “Skiptrace” (2016)

Wang Dan (王丹) ♀

Date/place of birth: unknown

Membership number:
g8m61 (upd. edition autobiography, status: 12/2016)
g7m62 (JC Film Gallery, Shanghai, status: 03/2019)

First collaboration in a film: no films yet

Li Lei (李磊) ♂

Flagge China Date/place of birth: Aug. 14th, 1990, in Xuzhou (China), nickname: Leo Li

Membership number:
g7m52 (upd. edition autobiography, status: 12/2016)
g7m63 (JC Film Gallery, Shanghai, status: 03/2019)

First collaboration in a film: no films yet

Su Hang (苏杭) ♂

Flagge China Date/place of birth: Jan. 31st, 1989, in Rizhao (China)

Membership number:
g7m53 (upd. edition autobiography, status: 12/2016)
g7m64 (JC Film Gallery, Shanghai, status: 03/2019)

First collaboration in a film: “Golden Job” (2018)


The 8th generation

The eighth generation of the Jackie Chan stunt team is multicultural. The youngest newcomer is Wang Zhen-Wei, who is known as the adversary of Jaden Smith in “The Karate Kid” (2010), the oldest is Temur Mamisashvili, former team member of the Soviet Wushu team: the two are separated almost 21 years. Both are complemented by other Chinese talents and a second wave of German stuntmen: Vi-Dan Tran, Thomas Hacikoglu and Lee Huang.

Yin Chun-Xiong (尹純雄) ♂

Date/place of birth: unknown

Membership number:
n/a (upd. edition autobiography, status: 12/2016)
g8m65 (JC Film Gallery, Shanghai, status: 03/2019)

First collaboration in a film: “Impetuous Love In Action” (2014)

Zac Wang Zhen-Wei (王振威) ♂

Flagge China Date/place of birth: Oct. 20th, 1995, in Handan (China), nickname: Xiao Wei

Membership number:
g8m59 (upd. edition autobiography, status: 12/2016)
g8m66 (JC Film Gallery, Shanghai, status: 03/2019)

First collaboration in a film: “The Karate Kid” (2010)

Official member since October 2015

Picture: ”The Karate Kid” (2010)

Gang Yin-Xuan (剛胤軒) ♂

Date/place of birth: unknown

Membership number:
n/a (upd. edition autobiography, status: 12/2016)
g8m67 (JC Film Gallery, Shanghai, status: 03/2019)

First collaboration in a film: no joint films

Yang Ming-Jie (楊明傑) ♂

Date/place of birth: unknown

Membership number:
n/a (upd. edition autobiography, status: 12/2016)
g8m68 (JC Film Gallery, Shanghai, status: 03/2019)

First collaboration in a film: no joint films

Li Zhi-Yuan (李志遠) ♂

Date/place of birth: unknown

Membership number:
n/a (upd. edition autobiography, status: 12/2016)
g8m69 (JC Film Gallery, Shanghai, status: 03/2019)

First collaboration in a film: “Golden Job” (2018)

Huang Xiao-Xuan (黃瀟萱) ♀

Date/place of birth: Jun. 5th, 1992, in unknown place, nickname: Xuan Xuan (萱萱)

Membership number:
g8m62 (upd. edition autobiography, status: 12/2016)
g8m70 (JC Film Gallery, Shanghai, status: 03/2019)

First collaboration in a film: “Golden Job” (2018)

Picture: Closing ceremony of the 5th Jackie Chan International Action Film Week 2019

Sheng Yao-Wan (盛遥丸) ♀

Date/place of birth: unknown

Membership number:
n/a (upd. edition autobiography, status: 12/2016)
g8m71 (JC Film Gallery, Shanghai, status: 03/2019)

First collaboration in a film: no joint films

Ma Teng-Fei (馬騰飛) ♂

Date/place of birth: unknown

Membership number:
n/a (upd. edition autobiography, status: 12/2016)
g8m72 (JC Film Gallery, Shanghai, status: 03/2019)

First collaboration in a film: no joint films

Temur Mamisashvili ♂

Flagge Georgien Date/place of birth: Dec. 27th, 1974, in Tbilisi, Georgia

Membership number:
g8m58 (upd. edition autobiography, status: 12/2016)
g8m73 (JC Film Gallery, Shanghai, status: 03/2019)

First collaboration in a film: “Dragon Blade” (2015)

Picture: ”Skiptrace” (2016)

Denis Vi-Dan Tran ♂

Flagge Deutschland Date/place of birth: Sep. 2nd, 1984, in Cologne (Germany)

Membership number:
n/a (upd. edition autobiography, status: 12/2016)
g8m74 (JC Film Gallery, Shanghai, status: 03/2019)

First collaboration in a film: “The Foreigner” (2017)

Official member since June 2017

Picture: ”My Way” (2011) (click here)

Thomas Hacikoglu ♂

Flagge Deutschland Date/place of birth: Oct. 29th, 1981, in Nuremberg (Germany)

Membership number:
n/a (upd. edition autobiography, status: 12/2016)
g8m75 (JC Film Gallery, Shanghai, status: 03/2019)

First collaboration in a film: “The Foreigner” (2017)

Picture: ”One Million K(l)icks” (2015)

Shen Wei-Chao (身为超) ♂

Date/place of birth: unknown

Membership number:
n/a (upd. edition autobiography, status: 12/2016)
g8m76 (JC Film Gallery, Shanghai, status: 03/2019)

First collaboration in a film: no joint films

Lee Huang ♂

Flagge Deutschland Date/place of birth: Apr. 7th, 1993, in Nuremberg (Germany)

Membership number:
n/a (upd. edition autobiography, status: 12/2016)
g8m77 (JC Film Gallery, Shanghai, status: 03/2019)

First collaboration in a film: “Kung Fu Yoga” (2017)

Brother of Max Huang.

Picture: ”One Million K(l)icks” (2015)

Wei Guo-Jun (魏國君) ♂

Date/place of birth: unknown

Membership number:
n/a (upd. edition autobiography, status: 12/2016)
g8m78 (JC Film Gallery, Shanghai, status: 03/2019)

First collaboration in a film: no joint films


The 9th generation

Officially, no information is yet available on a ninth generation, but if you look at the appearance of the stunt team on the red carpet, led by Max Huang from the 7th generation, and the closing ceremony of the 5th Jackie Chan International Action Film Week 2019 in Datong, China, you can see talented persons from previous generations as well as new faces.

A ninth generation might therefore be introduced as early as 2020.

Eventually, new members of the ''Sing Ga Ban'' on the red carpet of the 5th Jackie Chan International Action Film Week 2019 in Datong
Picture: Screenshot from the live broadcast of the red carpet event from the 5th Jackie Chan International Action Film Week – copyright © by CCTV

Weren’t there also …?

For decades, of course, Jackie Chan didn’t just work with his own people. As early as the 1980s, Jackie’s team met Sammo Hung’s for some successful films that are now classics in Hong Kong cinema. Sometimes, stuntmen were borrowed for certain tasks.

In the 90s and especially after the breakthrough in Hollywood, the Jackie Chan stunt team worked more and more with externals or martial artists who have already earned a name as stuntman. Sing Ga Ban offered movie collaborations on a one-project basis but it takes more to be considered an official member.

Here are just a few of the names that are often mentioned in connection with the Jackie Chan stunt team.

Jonathan Foo, aka Jon Foo, was cast by Jackie Chan for his productions “House Of Fury” (2005) and “The Myth” (2005), but is not considered a permanent member. In 2016, he got the lead role as Jonathan Lee in the unfortunately cancelled TV series “Rush Hour”, based on the film series by Chan and Tucker.

Tomer Oz, the Israeli martial artist, opened his own martial arts school in China and was hired by Jackie Chan for some of his films.

William Duen Wai-Lun (段 偉倫), was Jackie Chan’s bodyguard alongside Ken Lo and his driver for many years. Rumours have it that he and his boss fell out so badly that he was dishonorably fired from the team. In any case, he is not mentioned in the official Sing Ga Ban lists, although he has shown his talent in front of the camera on a number of occasions.

Joe Eigo, the Canadian martial artist and stuntman, often trained with the fifth generation, but was never officially accepted.

Tai Bo (太保), a well-known face of Hong Kong cinema of the 80s and 90s, was a permanent member of the Jackie Chan stunt team for a long time (some sources list him under the first generation, but he is more of the second). Tai Bo was also present at the anniversary celebration – it is not known why he was forgotten in the official list. Hopefully, this will be corrected quickly by Jackie’s office.

At this point I could list dozens of other talents, but we end it with these brief mentions who worked and occasionally still do with Jackie Chan and his stunt team, but are not part of the official team: Paul Philip Clark, Pierre Boudard, Marvin Bouvet , Mathieu Jaquet, Brahim Chab, Mak Wai-Cheung, Cheng Chi-Ho, Michael Tse Tin-Wah, Andy Kay, Colin Flora, Andy Owen, Dani Hu, Jack Wong Wai-Leung, Pang Hiu-Sang, Peng Zhang, Russ Price, Ulrik Bruchholz, David Torok, Yeung Sing, Rima Zeidan, Alicia Woodhouse, Alexey Minaev, Allan Keng.