Photos: Actor Jackie Chan Wins Oscar Award After 56 Years, 200 Films & Many Broken Bones

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November 14, 2016 – Actor Jackie Chan Wins Oscar Award After 560 Years, 200 Films & Many Broken Bones

The Hong Kong-born martial artist finally received an honorary Oscar Awards after 56 years of filming.

The actor who has over 200 films to his name with many broken bones was among the celebrities awarded an honorary Oscar award at Governors Awards on Saturday the 12th of November 2016.

Rush Hour movie co-star, Tom Hanks, Michelle Yeoh and Chris Tucker all came together to introduce him on stage before he accepted the award.

In his acceptance speech, Mr Chan thanked fans as they are the reason he “continues to make movies, jumping through windows, kicking, punching and breaking bones.”

The veteran actor started his acting career in 1960.

10 thoughts on “Photos: Actor Jackie Chan Wins Oscar Award After 56 Years, 200 Films & Many Broken Bones

  1. I’m really happy for Jacky Chan. His contributed effort in Chinese movie industry really made this award possible. This guy turned the face of Chinese movies industry and incorporate it into western movies. Jacky Chan really deserves the award. He should not forget to dedicate that award to his contemporaries such as late actor Bruce Lee and others like Sheng Nsing, Fu-Sheng, Lo-Lee, Cheng Kwata and others. I don’t know if he would have gotten this award if Bruce-Lee was happen to be alive. All the same congratulations Jackie Chan.

    I remember in the late 70’s and early 80’s. I spent most of my school money on watching Chinese movies.

  2. Nonsens. Na only to jump up and down like monky he sabi. They for not give him that awards. Odinary bicos you are wanted make them give you award is make you break your bone. You for break your neck sef. Am I send. Is nothing to learn for your moving. Is only to jump up and down like monky wey see tenis ball. Jonse man.

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