|“||Life will knock us down, but we can choose whether or not to stand back up||„|
Jackie Chan was born Chan Kong-sang on April 7, 1954, in Hong Kong, China. He began studying martial arts, drama, acrobatics, and singing at age seven. Once considered a likely successor of Bruce Lee in Hong Kong cinema, Chan instead developed his own style of martial arts blended with screwball physical comedy. He became a huge star throughout Asia and went on to have hits in the U.S. as well.
Powers and Stats
Name: Jackie Chan
Origin: Jackie Chan's movies
Age: 20's to 60's
Powers and Abilities: Superhuman Strength and Speed, Peak Human Speed, Martial Arts expert (Drunken style Kung Fu and Shaolin Kung Fu being the most prominent), Weapon Mastery (mostly melee weapons), very good at improvising moves and strategies
Attack Potency: Wall level (Has casually knocked people out and sent them flying in the air with a single hit. Defeated numerous highly skilled assassins with ease. Fought on par with the Silent Monk, who could kick people through concrete pillars and toss a bo staff through stone)
Speed: Peak Human (Severely outpaced trained warriors. Can fight several skilled opponents at the same time and not get hit in the process)
Lifting Strength: Peak human (Picked up a man and tossed him over himself with ease)
Striking Strength: Wall Class
Durability: Wall level (Has withstood numerous hits that would one-shot a normal man)
Stamina: Very high (has fought a whole group of fighters and he wasn't tired)
Range: Standard Melee Range, higher but varies with his weapon
Standard Equipment: Almost any kind of improvised (chairs, poles, bottles, etc) or legitimate weapon (knives, swords, etc)
Intelligence: Very smart in terms of combat (Has improvised weapons and found ways to outsmart and defeat opponents bigger and stronger than himself, mastered Zui quan aka Drunken Style Kung Fu which one of the hardest Kung Fu styles to learn)
Weaknesses: Doesn't want to kill unless it is necessary, otherwise nothing notable
- All his fights in Rush Hour, showing strength, coordination and agility.
- Using Zui quan to confuse and outsmart a trained fighter
- Using Zui quan again, but to outsmart a whole group
- Defeats the "Amazon Women", blocking a lot of strikes aimed to his "scare spot", and countering them.
Note: This profile is for the fictionalized Hong Kong cinematic Jackie Chan, and not the real life actor Jackie Chan who portrays him.