It should come as no surprise that Jackie Chan is not the real name of the famous Hong Kong film star. Even Jackie was shocked by the truth about his name and his origins when his father revealed a truth to him in the late 1990s that affected many Chinese of their time.
Jackie Chan celebrated his 65th birthday on April 7, 2019. In his honor, the German TV broadcaster Kabel eins had a documentary made, which premiered on April 8, 2019. Unfortunately, some errors crept in here, but before you criticize them, you should appreciate the thought and effort behind this full-length documentary, especially in Germany.
The actor and director Jackie Chan does not come from an acting family like his Hollywood colleagues Michael Douglas, Michael Keaton or Charlie Sheen. With his breakthrough in the late 1970s, he not only ensured that his friends and stuntman colleagues got film jobs, but he also made up for lost time with his father on his own film sets – sometimes in front of the camera.
It was only a few months ago that Etta Ng, Jackie Chan’s illegitimate daughter, came out as gay. Since then, she has been living out her relationship with Audi Autumn, a 12-year-old influencer who is active on Instagram under the nickname @stolenmilktea, in public. That is frowned upon in conservative China, but now the 18-year-old wants to take advantage of her father Jackie Chan’s fame.
The fact that Jackie Chan is not only an actor and singer should have become clear to the last European, at the latest after he contributed the title song to his blockbuster “The Foreigner” with Pierce Brosnan. Now Jackie Chan wants to conquer the musical stages of the world with a play based on his life.
In the West, Jackie Chan’s image is cultivated as a cheerful, naive, but funny action comedy star. It is also known that he has been married since 1982 and has a son named Jaycee who is also active in the entertainment industry. But as in any good family, the Chans had a crisis when it became known in 1999 that Jackie Chan was going to be a father again.
Exciting times for fans of the actor Jackie Chan, as he is in the cinema with several films in 2017. Now the Kung Fu legend confirmed in a radio interview on “The Cruz Show” that there will be a fourth “Rush Hour” film. Shooting should start at the beginning of 2018, if …