Jackie Chan, whose real name is Chan Kong-sang, was born on April 7, 1954, in Hong Kong.

He is a highly accomplished martial artist, actor, film director, producer, stuntman, and singer.

Jackie Chan started his career in the film industry as a child actor at the age of 5, appearing in several films in Hong Kong.

He gained international recognition for his unique blend of martial arts and comedy in films like "Drunken Master" (1978) and "Police Story" (1985).

Jackie Chan is known for performing his own stunts, which often involve dangerous and acrobatic maneuvers. His dedication to performing his own stunts has earned him the nickname "Master of Action."

He has starred in over 150 films throughout his career, spanning various genres, including action, comedy, and drama.

In 1998, Jackie Chan received an honorary Academy Award for his "extraordinary achievements in the art of film making and his unique international impact on the world of cinema.

 An accomplished martial arts instructor and has established several training schools around the world

He is a philanthropist and has been involved in various charitable activities

Chan has been acting since the 1960s, performing in more than 150 films.