Jackie Chan filmography

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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 kung fu action comedy 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 success with similar kung fu action comedy films such as 1978's Drunken Master and 1980's The Young Master. Jackie Chan began experimenting with elaborate stunt action sequences in The Young Master[2] and especially Dragon Lord (1982).[3]

1983's Project A saw the official formation of the Jackie Chan Stunt Team and established Chan's signature style of elaborate, dangerous stunts combined with martial arts and slapstick humor, a style he further developed in a more modern setting with 1984's Wheels on Meals and notably 1985's Police Story, which contained numerous large-scale action scenes[4] and is considered one of the best action films of all time.[5] Chan continued his style of slapstick martial arts mixed with elaborate stunts in numerous other films, such as the Police Story sequels, the Armour of God series, Project A Part II (1987), Dragons Forever (1988), Twin Dragons (1992), City Hunter (1993), and Drunken Master II (1994), among others. Rumble in the Bronx (1995) made Jackie Chan a mainstream celebrity in North America, leading to a successful Hollywood career with the Rush Hour and Shanghai Noon series. In 2000, Chan produced an animated series Jackie Chan Adventures, which ran until 2005.[6] In 2010, Jackie Chan appeared in his first dramatic role in an American film, The Karate Kid.[7] In 2017, the Chinese-Indian co-production Kung Fu Yoga became his highest-grossing film in China.[8] As of 2021, Jackie Chan has appeared in nearly 150 films.[9]

At the box office, ten of his films earned nearly US$200,000,000 (equivalent to $570,000,000 in 2023) worldwide between 1985 and 1989.[10] By the mid-1990s, he had become the most popular action movie star in Asia and Europe, with at least 20 films (out of 40 films) up until then earning him a net income of $5 million per film.[11] In East Asia, his films collectively grossed HK$1.14 billion (US$146 million) in Hong Kong between 1973 and 2010,[12] ¥48.4 billion (US$607 million) in Japan between 1979 and 2012,[13] and over US$72 million in South Korea between 1991 and 2010,[14] while topping the Taiwan box office ten times between 1982 and 1994.[15] In Europe, his films collectively sold about 84 million tickets between 1973 and 2010.[16] As of 2021, his films have grossed over CN¥14 billion (US$2.17 billion) in China,[17] and US$1.84 billion[18] (more than US$2.44 billion adjusted for inflation) in the United States and Canada.[19] As of 2018, 48 of his films listed by The Numbers have grossed more than US$5 billion at the worldwide box office.[18]

As actor[edit]

Year Title Credited as Role Notes Ref.
Actor Producer
1962 Big and Little Wong Tin Bar Yes No Child
1963 The Golden Hairpin Yes No Child
1964 Liang Shan Po and Chu Ying Tai Yes No Child
The Story of Qin Xiang Lin Yes No Child
1966 The Eighteen Darts (Part 1) Yes No Kid [20]
The Eighteen Darts (Part 2) Yes No Kid
Come Drink with Me Yes No Kid
1969 The Magnificent Monk No No As writer [21][22]
1970 Lady of Steel Yes No Beggar Kid
1971 The Blade Spares None Yes No Enemy
The Angry River Yes No Guard
A Touch of Zen No No Stuntman Only
1972 Fist of Fury Yes No Jing Wu's Student [23][24][25]
Hapkido Yes No Black Bear's Student
The Black Tavern Yes No Official Hai's Servant
The Brutal Boxer Yes No Thug
Game of Death No No Hai Tien's Fan In scripts only
Stranger from Hong Kong Yes No Cameo
1973 Enter the Dragon Yes No One Of Han's Prison Security Guards; also stuntman[26] [27]
Facets of Love Yes No Xiao Liu Cameo
Not Scared to Die Yes No Si To / Shi Tzer Cameo
Police Woman Yes No Gang Leader [21]
Kung Fu Girl Yes No Japanese Thug
Little Tiger of Canton Yes No Hsiao Hu
Chinese Hercules Yes No Thug Uncredited extra
Ambush Yes No Extra Uncredited
The Awaken Punch Yes No Stuntman Uncredited
Fist of Unicorn Yes No Stuntman Uncredited
1974 Fist to Fist Yes No Stuntman Uncredited
The Golden Lotus Yes No Brother Yun
Supermen Against the Orient Yes No Extra
Village of Tigers Yes No Bandit
The Young Dragons No No Action director and martial arts choreographer only [21][25]
1975 All in the Family Yes No Hsiao Tang
Flatfoot in Hong Kong Yes No Beijing Opera Thug Uncredited
No End of Surprises Yes No Secretary Chen
The Himalayan Yes No Tseng's Men
The Golden Lion Yes No Golden Lion Gang Member
1976 New Fist of Fury Yes No Ah Lung
The Hand of Death Yes No Little Tan
The Killer Meteors Yes No Immortal Meteor Wa Wu Bin
Shaolin Wooden Men Yes No Tiger / Little Mute
The Private Eyes No No Stuntman only
1977 The 36 Crazy Fists No No Stunt coordinator and action director only [21]
To Kill with Intrigue Yes No Lei Shao Feng [21]
The Face Behind The Mask Yes No Masked Fighter Uncredited [21]
1978 Snake in the Eagle's Shadow Yes No Chien Fu [1]
Snake & Crane Arts of Shaolin Yes No Hsu Yin Fung [21]
Magnificent Bodyguards Yes No Lord Ting Chung [21]
Half a Loaf of Kung Fu Yes No Master Jiang [21]
Drunken Master Yes No Wong Fei Hung / Freddie [28]
Spiritual Kung Fu Yes No Yi Lang [21]
Two in Black Belt Yes No Cameo
1979 The Fearless Hyena Yes No Shing Lung Directioral debut [21]
Dragon Fist Yes No Tang Huo Wan
Dance of Death No No Stuntman, stunt coordinator and action director only [21]
Immortal Warriors No No Action director and stunt coordinator only
Fists and Guts Yes No Brief appearance
Master with Cracked Fingers Yes No Ah Lung / Jackie
1980 The Young Master Yes No Dragon / Master Lung Also director
Battle Creek Brawl Yes No Jerry Kwan Hollywood debut
Read Lips No Yes [21]
1981 The Cannonball Run Yes No Subaru Leone 4WD Driver Cameo
The Gold-Hunters No Yes [21]
1982 Dragon Lord Yes No Dragon Ho / Lung Also director
1983 Fantasy Mission Force Yes No Sammy
Fearless Hyena Part II Yes No Chan Lung / Stone
Winners and Sinners Yes No CID 07 / Cop #7086
Project A Yes No Sgt. Dragon Ma / Yue Lung Also director
1984 Wheels on Meals Yes No Thomas
Cannonball Run II Yes No Mitsubishi Engineer
Pom Pom Yes No Motorcycle Cop #2 Cameo
1985 My Lucky Stars Yes No Muscles [29]
The Protector Yes No Billy Wong
Twinkle, Twinkle, Lucky Stars Yes No Muscles [30]
Heart of Dragon Yes No Tat Fung / Ted
Police Story Yes No Chan Ka Kui / Kevin Chan Also director [21]
1986 Armour of God Yes No Jackie Condor / Asian Hawk Also director
Naughty Boys Yes Yes Prisoner Cameo [21][31]
1987 Project A II Yes No Dragon Ma Also director [21][32]
That Enchanting Night No Yes [21]
1988 Police Story 2 Yes No Chan Ka Kui / Kevin Chan Also director [21][33]
Dragons Forever Yes No Jackie Lung [21][34]
The Inspector Wears Skirts No Yes [21][35]
Rouge No Yes [21]
Painted Faces No No Biography [36]
1989 Miracles Yes No Charlie Cheng Wah Kuo / Kuo Chen Wah Also director
The Inspector Wears Skirts II No Yes [21]
I Am Sorry Yes No
1990 Island of Fire Yes No Steve Tong / Da Chui
The Outlaw Brothers No No Action director only [21]
Stage Door Johnny No Yes [21]
Story of Kennedy Town No Yes [21]
1991 A Kid from Tibet Yes No Airport passenger Cameo
Armour of God II: Operation Condor Yes Yes Jackie Condor Also director
Angry Ranger No Yes [21]
Beauty and the Beast Yes No Beast (voice) Mandarin dub
Center Stage No No Presenter only
1992 Supercop Yes No Chan Ka Kui / Kevin Chan
Twin Dragons Yes No Ma Yau / Bok Min [21]
The Shootout No Yes [21]
1993 Supercop 2 Yes No Chan Ka Kui / Inspector Chan Cameo
City Hunter Yes No Ryo Saeba / Michael Martin City Hunter [37]
Crime Story Yes No Inspector Eddie Chan Uncredited co-director
1994 The Legend of Drunken Master Yes No Wong Fei Hung Uncredited co-director
1995 Thunderbolt Yes No Chan Foh To / Alfred Tung [21]
Rumble in the Bronx Yes No Ma Hon Keung [21]
1996 First Strike Yes No Chan Ka Kui / Jackie
Martin Yes No Jackie Chan Guest appearance
1997 Mr. Nice Guy Yes No Jackie
Understanding Time and Space Yes No Webcam partner Guest appearance
1998 Who Am I? Yes No "Who Am I?" Also director
Rush Hour Yes No Chief Inspector Lee
Hot War No Yes [21]
An Alan Smithee Film: Burn Hollywood Burn Yes No Himself Cameo
Mulan Yes No Captain Li Shang (voice) Cantonese & Mandarin dub [a]
1999 King of Comedy Yes No Actor Cameo
Gorgeous Yes Yes C. N. Chan [21]
Gen-X Cops Yes No Fisherman Cameo
2000 Shanghai Noon Yes Yes Chon Wang [21]
Dragon Heat Yes No Himself Cameo
Gen-Y Cops No No Presenter only [38]
2001 The Accidental Spy Yes Yes Buck Yuen [21]
Rush Hour 2 Yes No Chief Inspector Lee [39]
2002 The Tuxedo Yes No Jimmy Tong / Clark Devlin [40]
2003 Shanghai Knights Yes Yes Chon Wang [41][21]
Vampire Effect Yes No Jackie Fong Cameo
The Medallion Yes No Eddie Yang
2004 Around the World in 80 Days Yes Yes Passepartout / Lau Xing [21]
The Twins Effect II Yes No Lord Of Armour / General Wai Shing
New Police Story Yes No Chan Ka Kui / Chan Kwok Wing [42][21]
Enter the Phoenix Yes No Mr. Chan Cameo
Rice Rhapsody No Executive
2005 The Myth Yes No General Meng Yi / Jack [43][21]
Everlasting Regret No Yes [21]
House of Fury No Yes Producer and presenter only
2006 Rob-B-Hood Yes Yes Fong Ka Ho / Thongs [44][21]
2007 Rush Hour 3 Yes No Chief Inspector Lee [45]
Air Diary No Yes [21]
Kung Fu Zeng Yes No Zeng (voice)
2008 The Forbidden Kingdom Yes No Lu Yan / Old Hop
Kung Fu Panda Yes No Master Monkey (voice)
Run Papa Run No Yes
Wushu No Yes [21]
2009 Shinjuku Incident Yes No Steelhead
Looking for Jackie Yes No Himself
The Founding of a Republic Yes No Reporter Cameo
2010 The Spy Next Door Yes No Bob Ho [46][47]
Little Big Soldier Yes Yes Little Soldier [21]
The Karate Kid Yes No Mr. Han
The Legend of Silk Boy Yes No Xu Rongcun (voice)
2011 Shaolin Yes No Wu Dao
Kung Fu Panda 2 Yes No Master Monkey (voice)
1911 Yes No Huang Xing Also director [21]
Legendary Amazons No Yes [21]
2012 CZ12 Yes Yes Asian Hawk Also director
2013 Personal Tailor Yes No Cameo
Police Story 2013 Yes Executive Detective Zhong Wen
2014 As the Light Goes Out Yes No Cameo [48]
2015 Dragon Blade Yes Yes Huo An [49][21]
Who Am I 2015 No Yes [50]
Monkey King: Hero Is Back Yes No Monkey King (voice)
2016 Kung Fu Panda 3 Yes No Master Monkey (voice)
Skiptrace Yes Yes Bennie Chan [51][52][21]
Railroad Tigers Yes No Ma Yuan [53]
2017 Kung Fu Yoga Yes No Jack [21]
The Nut Job 2: Nutty by Nature Yes No Mr. Feng (voice)
The Lego Ninjago Movie Yes No Mr. Liu / Master Wu (voice)
The Foreigner Yes Yes Quan Ngoc Minh [54]
Bleeding Steel Yes Yes Lin Dong [55]
Namiya Yes No Namiya Cameo
2018 Golden Job No Executive [56]
2019 The Knight of Shadows: Between Yin and Yang Yes No Pu Songling
Viy 2: Journey to China Yes No Master
The Climbers Yes No Yang Guang Cameo [57]
2020 Vanguard Yes No Tang Huating [58]
2021 Wish Dragon Yes Yes Long (voice) [59]
All U Need Is Love Yes No Supervisor Cameo
Good Night Beijing Yes No Chen Shu Cameo [60]
2023 Ride On Yes No Lao Luo
Hidden Strike Yes No Dragon Luo Feng
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Mutant Mayhem Yes No Splinter (voice) [61]
2024 The Diary No Yes Director, producer and writer only [62]
Home Operation No No Presenter only
2025 Karate Kid Yes No Mr. Han Filming [63]
TBA Whispers of Gratitude Yes
Rush Hour 4 Yes No Chief Inspector Lee [64]
Legend Yes No Jack
New Police Story 2 Yes No Chan Kwok Wing
Project P Yes No Sgt. Dragon Ma / Jackie

Short film[edit]

Year Title Credited as Role Notes
Actor Producer
1993 Kin chan no Cinema Jack Yes No Anthology film
2010 Kung Fu Panda Holiday Yes No Master Monkey (voice)
2013 The Unbelievable Yes No Mr. Z
2016 The Master: A Lego Ninjago Short Yes No Master Wu (voice)
2017 Zane's Stand Up Promo Yes No Master Wu (voice)

As director[edit]

Year Title Director Writer Producer Notes
1979 The Fearless Hyena Yes Yes No
1980 The Young Master Yes Yes No
1982 Dragon Lord Yes Yes No
1983 Project A Yes Yes No
1985 Police Story Yes Yes No
1986 Armour of God Yes Yes No Co-director
1987 Project A Part II Yes Yes No
1988 Police Story 2 Yes Yes No
1989 Miracles Yes Yes No
1991 Armour of God II: Operation Condor Yes Yes No
1998 Who Am I? Yes Yes No Co-director
2011 1911 Yes No No Co-director
2012 CZ12 Yes Yes Yes


Year English title Original title Notes Refs.
1989 Son of The Incredibly Strange Film Show Episode 1; 22 September 1989 [65][66]
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
1998 Jackie Chan: My Story 成龍的傳奇
1999 Jackie Chan: My Stunts
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
2005 Come Home Gary Glitter TV documentary, cameo
2006 The Heavenly Kings 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
2019 Xing Guang 26 September 2019


Scripted series[edit]

Year Title Role Notes Refs.
1996 Martin Himself Scrooge Season 5 Ep. 10
2000–2005 Jackie Chan Adventures Himself (live-action segments) Also executive producer [67][68]
2009–2010 Jackie Chan's Fantasia Himself
2017 All New Jackie Chan Adventures

Reality shows[edit]

Year Title Notes Refs.
2008 The Disciple Aka 龍的傳人 (Disciple of the Dragon) [69][70][71]
2013 Running Man Episode 135; special guest (with Choi Siwon),
Red Team receives a golden boot, which is given to Jackie Chan.
Happy Camp 21 December 2013; guest (with Jing Tian, Ding Sheng, Lin Shen, Li Tai) [citation needed]
2014 Happy Together Guest (with Choi Siwon, Jessica and Narsha) [73]


  1. ^ Cantonese and Mandarin dub versions


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