Jaycee Chan
Hong Kong actor and singer
Jaycee Chan
Jaycee Chan Jo-Ming is a Chinese American actor and singer. In 2004, he released his first Mandarin CD album in Hong Kong. He is currently based in Taiwan to continue his music career. He is the son of the Chinese martial artist and actor, Jackie Chan.
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Jackie Chan warns Singapore youth on drugs after son's detention
Yahoo News - almost 2 years
Jackie Chan was named Singapore's first celebrity anti-drug ambassador on Thursday and the kung fu movie star sought to warn the city state's youth off illegal substances as he spoke of his son's drug crimes. The Hong Kong actor's son, Jaycee Chan, was released from a Chinese jail in February after serving a six-month sentence on drugs charges. "I was very angry but it made me more determined to be against drugs." Chan, named an anti-drug ambassador by Beijing in 2009, sought to deter youths who had gathered to see him at the Singapore event from involvement with drugs. "Don't ever think you won't get addicted, because not only are you hurting yourself ... your one drug addiction will hurt your family," the actor said.
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Jackie Chan's son released from jail in China after drugs charge
Yahoo News - about 2 years
Jaycee Chan, the son of kung fu movie star Jackie Chan, was released from jail in China on Friday after serving a six-month sentence on drugs charges, state media said, having been caught up in the government's aggressive anti-narcotics campaign. The official Xinhua news agency said he was let out in the early hours of the morning having completed his sentence, taking into account time already served since he was put in detention in August. Jaycee Chan is among a string of other mostly B-list celebrities detained last year by Chinese authorities on drug-related charges that have been publicized widely in both state and social media. Illegal drugs, especially synthetic substances like methamphetamine, ketamine and ecstasy, have grown in popularity in China in tandem with the rise of a new urban class with greater disposable income.
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ジャッキー・チェン出演100作目の超大作!映画『1911』予告編 - TimeWarp
Google News - over 5 years
また、革命軍のキーパーソン・張振武(ちょうしんぶ)役で、ジャッキーの息子であるジェイシー・チェン(Jaycee Chan)も出演し、“本格的”親子共演が実現した。 映画『1911』は11月5日(土)、丸の内TOEI他にて全国超拡大ロードショー。
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[wideo] Nowy zwiastun historycznego widowiska Chana - stopklatka.pl
Google News - over 5 years
W obsadzie poza Chanem są: Li Bing Bing, Joan Chen, Zhao Wen Shuan, Jaycee Chan (syn aktora), czy Sun Chun. Film po raz pierwszy zostanie pokazany na otwarciu Międzynarodowego Festiwalu Filmowego w Tokio. Premiera filmu równocześnie w Chinach i Stanach
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Yoo Seung Jun's extensive Chinese network connections revealed - allkpop
Google News - over 5 years
Focusing on China, the first name that catches' the viewer's eyes is the globally famous martial artist, Jackie Chan, and his son, Chan Jo-Ming (Jaycee Chan). Yoo Seung Jun and Jackie Chan are especially close to one another because Jackie Chan is a
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12:00 AM CINCO Jackie Chan se pasa al drama histórico - Pulso de San Luis
Google News - over 5 years
Aquí, el actor interpreta a un militar de alto rango, siendo acompañado en el elenco por Zhao Wen Xuan, Li Bingbing, Joan Chen y su hijo Jaycee Chan. No habrá artes marciales según se especula y hace suponer el trailer, aunque sí habrá batallas épicas
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Bande-annonce : 1911, le centième film de Jackie Chan (VIDEO) - Télé Loisirs.fr
Google News - over 5 years
Figurent également au casting de ce drame historique les comédiens Winston Chao (Garçon d'honneur), Bingbing Li (Le Royaume interdit), Joan Chen (Le Dernier Empereur) et Jaycee Chan, le propre fils de la star hongkongaise
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1911 - Erster Teaser für Jackie Chans 100. Film - DVD-Forum.at
Google News - over 5 years
Er hat nicht nur die Hauptrolle übernommen, sondern ist auch Co-Regisseur und sein Sohn Jaycee Chan durfte auch eine Rolle in „1911“ übernehmen. Der andere Regisseur ist Li Zhang, welcher vorher nur als Kameramann zuständig war
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Erster Teaser Trailer zu Jackie Chan's 1911 - qwertz.net
Google News - over 5 years
Film, wobei unser liebster Knochenbrecher hier auch als (Mit-)Regisseur unterwegs war und zudem seinen Sohnemann Jaycee Chan mit ins Boot geholt hat. Synopsis: A historical drama based on the founding of the Republic of China when [...]
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歴史大作『1911』よりジャッキー・チェンのメッセージ付き特報が到着 - TimeWarp
Google News - over 5 years
... 若手俳優ユィ・シャオチュン(Yuji Shaoqun)、歌手兼人気俳優であるフー・ゴー(Hu Ge)、そして、ジャッキー・チェンの実の息子であるジェイシー・チェン(Jaycee Chan)も出演している。監督は大ヒットとなった『レッドクリフ』で撮影監督を務めたチャン・リー(Zhang Li)。
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The 1911 Revolution – Erster Clip zum Geschichtsdrama ist online! - Movie-Infos
Google News - almost 6 years
Abgesehen von Hauptdarsteller Jackie Chan werden noch Bingbing Li, Jaycee Chan, Joan Chen und Winston Chao als Darsteller Teil des Historischen-Drama The 1911 Revolution sein. Kinostart für die Staaten und Hong Kong wird voraussichtlich der 12 Oktober
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Jaycee Chan
    THIRTIES
  • 2015
    Age 32
    His trial finally began on January 9, 2015 in Beijing, after spending 148 days in detention.
    More Details Hide Details Chan was sentenced to six months in prison and fined 2,000 yuan (~$320 USD). Chan confessed that he broke the law and he should be punished for his actions and that he would not do it again. His parents did not attend their son's hearing although the elder Chan was reportedly in Beijing. His father repeatedly said that he will not use his connections to lighten his son's sentence. It was later revealed that during his detention, Chan wrote a three-page remorse letter to his mother in which he promised that he would not repeat his mistakes in the future. Chan was released from jail on February 13 during midnight hours. One day after his release, Chan held a conference in Beijing to make a public apology by saying that he had "no reason" and "no excuse" for his law breaking and his arrest had “a negative impact on society” and that it disappointed his supporters while causing losses for those who worked with him. In his four-minute speech, he promised that he will be a law-abiding citizen and while he still has plans to continue in the entertainment industry, he is more focused on spending Chinese New Year with his parents. He stated that prison life was "harsh" and his father did not use any connections to help ease his sentence. He extended a deep bow before and after his speech.
    in 2015, his father revealed that Jaycee had shown interest on writing a script for a sequel to CZ12 and will make the film "if it's right".
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  • 2014
    Age 31
    On 22 December 2014, four months after his arrest, Chan was indicted by Chinese authorities for sheltering other people to use drugs.
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    On September 17, 2014, procurator’s office approved the formal arrest of Chan on suspicion of “accommodating drug users”.
    More Details Hide Details Chan spent his 32nd birthday in custody, his mother stated that her son has borrowed more than a hundred books to read since he was detained.
    On 18 August 2014, it was reported that Chan had been arrested on 14 August by Beijing police due to drug possession, alongside Ko Chen-tung (also known as Kai Ko) a Taiwanese actor.
    More Details Hide Details Police later found more than 3 ounces of marijuana after searching Chan's apartment. While Ko was set to be released 14 days after his arrest, Chan faced criminal charges and sentences up to the death penalty or life imprisonment for allegedly hosting others to consume marijuana. Chan, whose father Jackie had been China's anti-drug goodwill ambassador since 2009, admitted to taking drugs for 8 years. Soon after, Jackie Chan has made a public apology for his son's drug use.
  • TWENTIES
  • 2011
    Age 28
    During an awards ceremony in Beijing in April 2011, Jackie stated that he would be donating half his money to charity when he dies, instead of to his son.
    More Details Hide Details Jackie explained, "If he is capable, he can make his own money. If he is not, then he will just be wasting my money." It was reported that he and his father, Jackie Chan have an estranged relationship with each other. However, after serving six months in jail, Jaycee finally met up with his father for the first time in Taiwan. The two seem to have reconciled. "I hadn't seen him for too long. I feel he's matured this time," Jackie Chan said. "We didn't talk about unhappy things. It was all family chat. We talked into the night and didn't sleep." Before leaving to do a promotion, he gave his son a haircut.
  • 2010
    Age 27
    They both worked together again on Break Up Club in 2010.
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  • 2009
    Age 26
    In early 2009, Chinese websites reported that he has given up his United States citizenship in favor of Chinese citizenship (Hong Kong residency) to appeal to local audiences.
    More Details Hide Details He voiced the younger version of his father's character, Master Monkey in Secrets of the Furious Five. In addition, he voiced Master Crane in the Cantonese version of Kung Fu Panda and its sequel, Kung Fu Panda 2. Jaycee and his father Jackie starred together in Jackie's 100th film, 1911. The team-up resulted in Jackie Chan's least profitable and worst reviewed film to date. To appeal to non-Chinese audiences, his studios hired Korean and Singaporean artists, Jang Nara and Fann Wong, to promote Jaycee's new film, Whoever. The film was meant to satire Jaycee's life as a playboy from a famous father. Once again, the film was a box office disaster, not placing in the Chinese top ten, despite a government mandate requiring it to be played at half the nation's theaters. The studios decided not to release the film theatrically in Hong Kong and Taiwan.
  • 2007
    Age 24
    In 2007, he co-starred alongside Nicolas Tse and Shawn Yue in Benny Chan's action film Invisible Target.
    More Details Hide Details Despite heavy promotions and awards, his albums and movies have had dismal sales. His film Double Trouble only grossed US$9,000 in Hong Kong, making it one of the biggest box office failures ever.
  • 2004
    Age 21
    He released his first, self-titled, CD, "Jaycee" on September 15, 2004.
    More Details Hide Details This CD, for which he composed the music and wrote the lyrics for 10 of the 13 tracks, earned some music awards in Asia. His film debut was The Twins Effect II, in which his father had a cameo role. His second role was a Hong Kong romance film 2 Young, in which he co-starred with Hong Kong Cantopop singer Fiona Sit.
  • 2003
    Age 20
    Giving up on school, Jaycee moved to Hong Kong in 2003 to pursue his career.
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  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1984
    Age 1
    Jaycee was born and raised in Los Angeles, California, the son of Hong Kong action/martial arts star Jackie Chan and Taiwanese actress Joan Lin. Sources, including Jackie Chan's autobiography, state that he was born in 1984 and that his parents were married in 1983.
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  • 1982
    Born
    On the other hand, Jackie's official website states that he was born in 1982.
    More Details Hide Details Jaycee briefly attended the College of William and Mary in Williamsburg, Virginia, for two semesters, but did not graduate after being expelled for low grades. He has a penchant for luxury cars and nightlife and stated that he left school because “all you can see in Virginia is sheep.” Jaycee speaks Cantonese, Mandarin and English.
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