Jay Chou

One of the most popular and successful entertainers in Asia, Jay Chou was a singer, actor and director whose career encompassed million-selling albums and award-winning performances in films like "Curse of the Golden ... Read more »
Born: 01/17/1979

Filmography

Actor (11)

Now You See Me: The Second Act 2016 (Movie)

Li (Actor)

Initial D 2 2014 (Movie)

(Actor)

The Rooftop 2013 (Movie)

(Actor)

The Viral Factor 2012 (Movie)

Jon (Actor)

The Green Hornet 2011 (Movie)

Kato a.k.a KATO! (Actor)

True Legend 2011 (Movie)

God of Wushu/Drunken God (Actor)

The Treasure Hunter 2009 (Movie)

Ciao Fei (Actor)

Kung Fu Dunk 2008 (Movie)

(Actor)

Secret 2007 (Movie)

Yeh Hsiang-lun (Actor)

Curse of the Golden Flower 2006 (Movie)

Prince Jai (Actor)

Taumanchi D 2005 (Movie)

Takumi Fujiwara (Actor)
Music (4)

The Green Hornet 2011 (Movie)

("Nunchucks") (Song)

The Green Hornet 2011 (Movie)

("Étude No. 39 (Un Sospiro)") (Song Performer)

Kung Fu Dunk 2008 (Movie)

(Music)

Secret 2007 (Movie)

(Music)
Director (2)

The Rooftop 2013 (Movie)

(Director)

Secret 2007 (Movie)

(Director)
Writer (2)

The Rooftop 2013 (Movie)

(Screenplay)

Secret 2007 (Movie)

(Story By)

Biography

One of the most popular and successful entertainers in Asia, Jay Chou was a singer, actor and director whose career encompassed million-selling albums and award-winning performances in films like "Curse of the Golden Flower" (2006), "The Secret" (2007) and "True Legend" (2009). A music buff since childhood, he entered the business as a songwriter but soon blossomed into a pop star in 2000; nine top-selling albums - one every year since his debut - made him one of the biggest names in Asian music. He soon branched out into acting, with Zhang Yimou's "Flower" providing him with his first taste of Western exposure; his directorial debut with "The Secret" proved that his talents extended beyond stage and screen. Chou's casting as Kato in the Hollywood action-comedy "The Green Hornet" (2010) appeared to most international media observers as the beginning of a worldwide fanbase for the popular multi-hyphenate.

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