Do you understand the word that is coming out of my mouth?” This could be his most famous line in all of his movies while battling with Chris Tucker singing Edwin Starr’s “ War” in his comedy-action film “Rush Hour.” “Anything can do” might be his motto as he’s like a “sorcerer” turning any objects around him as his fatal weapon. He produced his own stunt group company called JCE Movies Unlimited. No insurance company would like to cover for his death-defying stunts. Also known for the movie “Rumble in the Bronx.” He is also known with comedy-action movie genre.

“Pao-pao” in Chinese or “Cannon-ball” in English, he was dubbed by his own mother as he does lots of baby movements while inside his mother’s womb. Born as Chan Kong-Sang SBS MBE. He worked as stuntman for legendary Martial Arts actor Bruce Lee. He was born on April 7th 1954 from Victoria Peak, British Hong Kong. His parents worked for the Hong Kong Ambassador notably his father as a spy. He studied at Nah-Hwa Primary School, they transferred to Australia and he studied at China Drama Academy. He was married to Lin Feng-jiao in 1982 and had 2 children. He also worked as construction worker where he got his name “ Jackie” and as a bouncer. He got a Guinness World Record for having the “Most Stunts by a Living Actor” and “Most Credits in One Movie” in his adventure film “Chinese Zodiac.” He made also an impossible stunt as a TV Guest breaking 4 blocks while holding egg in his hand repeatedly. We haven’t started yet, he starred in 150 films as he’s known a legend.

He started his acting career way back 1962 film “Big and Little Wong Tin Bar.” He also made numerous films in more than 55 years. He starred in the 1978 film “Snake in Eagle’s Shadow” as an orphan and trained and became martial arts master. He made a breath-taking stunt hanging in a clock tower in more than 60 feet and to retake multiple times in the 1983 movie “Project A.” He also successfully saved his girlfriend in the 1984 film “Wheels on Meals” and was highly praised in his fighting scenes. He made his breaking role in 1986 movie “Armour of God” and known where he got his delicate head injury. He was commended again in his exploits using factory ropes in the 1989 movie “Miracles.” He directed and organized the action scenes for this movie. He made his iconic-eccentric style of martial arts in the 1994 movie “Legend of the Drunken Master.” He made outstanding stunts using a ladder with gusto in “Police Story 4” in 1996. In in 1997 film “Mr. Nice Guy,” he played as a chef and trying to save his girlfriend and ended up in rumble and used odd-construction materials as his weaponry. He did again a defying stunt hanging in a wheel barrow from a multi-story building. His stunt in the 1998 movie “Who Am I?” was considered to be the world’s dangerous stunt. It took him 2 weeks to plan everything shot their scene sliding a skyscraper slope. He also worked with Jennifer Love Hewitt and he played a taxi driver in “The Tuxedo.” He made his franchise “New Police Story”, a drama-action film as infamous Senior Inspector Chan bullied by youngsters and killing all his team members. He made multiple movies with Chris Tucker in his franchise movie “Rush Hour” and teamed up with Owen Wilson in comedy-action film “Shanghai Noon” and “Shanghai Knights.” He teamed up also with Jaden Smith for their remake of “ The Karate Kid.” He teamed up with Jet Li in the movie “The Forbidden Kingdom.” His voice was used in “ Kung Fu Panda” for Master Monkey and making his mega-film “Chinese Zodiac.” He won countless award including Silver Bauhinia Star and Member for Order of the British Empire. In 2016 will be the release of “Kung Fu Panda 3.

Logan Lerman English Actor

Logan Lerman

Who said that he’s just a beginner? He started and gained limelight in the silver screen way before for over 10 years now. He’s always chosen to be the sons of lead character for numerous movies but we failed to notice him because he doesn’t seem much of his appearance now. He could be the soon to be “lover boy” and “boy next door.” He was often commended with his smile, looks, eyes and eccentric body language that any girl could easily fall in his charms.His name is Logan Wade Lerman, born on January 19th 1992 from California – United States. He has siblings named older sister Lindsey and older brother Lucas. He was considered to be a “film nerd” and made his fantasies to become a real actor after watching Jackie Chan movie at his earlier age. His family rooted from Germany and considered to be a dedicated Jew. He studied from Beverly Hills High School and enrolled in New York University. He first appeared in some commercials.He played in various films like in 2000 film “What Women Want” as young Nick Marshall with Mel Gibson. He also appeared in Mel Gibson’s critically-acclaimed movie “The Patriot” as one of children of Mel’s character. That’s right! He played the role William Marin. He also played the Jason Hasek as the son of the character of Drew Barrymore for the 2001 movie “Riding in Cars with Cowboys.” He also appeared for the TV Movie in 2003’s “A Painted House”, played as Bobby Justo for “10-8: Officers on Duty”, and in the 2003 movie “The Flannerys.”He also appeared in the movie “The Butterfly Effect” with Pierce Brosnan and Gerard Butler in 2004. He also worked for the TV-Series “Jack & Bobby” as Bobby McCallister where he received the Young Artist Award for Best Performance. He laos came out as Roy Eberhardt in the 2006 movie “Hoot.” He also worked with Jim Carrey for the film “The Number 23” in 2007. He was nominated for Outstanding Pefromance and Best Leading Young Actor as Christian Bale’s son in the movie “3:10 to Yuma” along with Russell Crowe. He also appeared as “The Kid” in “Meet Bill” and played the character Simon Silverton for the 2009 movie “Gamer.” He played the role as the son of Renée Zellweger’s character for the comedy movie “My One and Only.” Then he made his multi-nominated portrayal of a “demigod” for the 2010 adventure-fantasy film “Percy Jackson & The Olympians: The Lightning Thief.” He made another movie with Matthew MacFayden in the 2011 movie “The Three Musketeers.” He won Best performance by an Ensemble, Teen Choice Award for Choice Movie Actor for Drama in his 2012 movie “The Perks of Being a Wallflower.” He made 2 films in 2013 romantic-indie-film “Stuck In Love” and franchise installment of “Percy Jackson:  Sea of Monsters.” He won Best Cast from National Board of Review and Santa Barbara Virtuosos Award for the movie “Fury” with brad Pitt. He also worked with Russell Crowe and Emma Watson for the movie “Noah.”

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Gerard Butler

“Spartan’s! Tonight we die in hell!” and “This is Sparta!” Don’t you just love these words? Be considerate that this could be the real words uttered by King Leonidas in “The Great Battle of Thermopylae” on September 8th – 9th – 10th in 480 BC. As the historians exploits the gallantry of the sleepless brave souls of young and veteran soldiers of his. This was considered in history, to be one of the most brilliant moments of madness, as the 300 brave souls including the king marched through the peaks to become a human-blockade that wasn’t easily penetrated even by the Xerxes I - god king’s army. Gerard Butler made a great spark and electrifying portrayal of King Leonidas in the movie “300.”He was born as Gerard James Butler on November 13th 1969 in Paisley, Scotland. In his early life Gerard was an outstanding student that made him decide to take and become a trained lawyer at University of Glasgow. He also studied at Scottish Youth Theatre where he learned his acting abilities. He was also a band member of “Speed.” He also came part as a trainee for the law firm Edinburgh. He also worked as a sales agent, telemarketer and presenter of any product in festivals.He made his path starting from the movie “Mrs. Brown” in 1997. This was then followed by horror-film “Tale of the Mummy” in 1998, the dramatic movie “One More Kiss” in 1999, and the horror-action movie “Dracula 2000.” He gained fame and respects as move on and be casted in the films “Harrison’s Flowers” in 2000, the crime-drama movie “Shooters” and apocalyptic-fantasy film ‘Reign of Fire” both in 2002. He worked with Angelina Jolie in the 2003 franchise movie “Lara Croft: The Cradle of Life”, as an archeologist Andre in the movie “Timeline”, Andrew Lloyd Webber's “Phantom of the Opera”, as Beowulf in the 2005 movie “Beowulf & Grendel”, and the dramatic movie “Dear Frankie” in 2007. He made his iconic and blockbuster film “300” where they won Best Fight by MTV Movie Awards in 2007 and followed by “P.S. I Love You” with Hilary Swank. His “Butterfly on a Wheel” with Pierce Brosnan, the comedic-movie “The Ugly Truth” with Katherine Heigl, “Law Abiding Citizen” with Jamie Foxx, Butler as the multi-patent holder engineer working for government and made disastrous lessons about law. He played the ex-husband to capture his ex-wife to get a bounty in “The Bounty Hunter”, splendid voice talents in “How to Train Your Dragon.” Shakespeare’s “Coriolanus” with Ralph Fiennes and biopic film “Machine Gun Preacher” both in 2011. He made additional movies in 2012 entitled “Chasing Mavericks” and romantic-humorous movie “Playing for Keeps.” He made another action and breath-taking blockbuster movie “Olympus Has Fallen” as Special Forces and secret service agent Mike Banning. His voice was again used in “How to Train Your Dragon 2” in 2014.

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Gerard Butler English Actor