Jet Li

Actor, Singer, Producer
One of the most popular stars of Hong Kong martial arts films throughout the 1990s, charismatic wushu champion Jet Li was at one time considered the heir apparent to the original master, Bruce Lee. After winning ... Read more »
Born: 04/26/1963 in Beijing, CN


Actor (42)

League of Gods 2016 (Movie)

Jiang Ziya (Actor)

New Chinese Connection 2014 (Movie)


The Expendables 3 2014 (Movie)

Yin Yang (Actor)

White Snake 2014 (Movie)


Badges of Fury 2013 (Movie)


The Sorcerer and the White Snake 2013 (Movie)

Fa Hai (Actor)

Flying Swords of Dragon Gate 2012 (Movie)


The Expendables 2 2012 (Movie)

Yin Yang (Actor)

Ocean Heaven 2010 (Movie)


The Expendables 2010 (Movie)

Yin Yang (Actor)

The Warlords 2010 (Movie)

General Pang (Actor)

Jian guo da ye 2009 (Movie)

Chen Shaokuan (Actor)

The Forbidden Kingdom 2008 (Movie)

The Monkey King/Silent Monk (Actor)

The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor 2008 (Movie)

Emperor Han (Actor)

War 2007 (Movie)

Rogue (Actor)

Jet Li's Fearless 2006 (Movie)

Huo Yuanjia (Actor)

Unleashed 2005 (Movie)

Danny (Actor)

Hero 2004 (Movie)

Nameless (Actor)

Cradle 2 the Grave 2003 (Movie)

Su (Actor)

Kiss of the Dragon 2001 (Movie)

Liu Jian (Actor)

The One 2001 (Movie)

Gabriel Yulaw (Actor)

Romeo Must Die 2000 (Movie)

Han Sing (Actor)

The 31st Annual NAACP Image Awards 1999 - 2000 (TV Show)


Black Mask 1999 (Movie)

Tsui Chik (Actor)

Lethal Weapon 4 1998 (Movie)

Wah Sing Ku (Actor)

The Defender 1998 (Movie)

Han Sing (Actor)

The Enforcer 1998 (Movie)


Twin Warriors 1998 (Movie)

Han Sing (Actor)

Once Upon a Time in China VI 1997 (Movie)

Wong Fei Hung (Actor)

Satsau Chi Wong 1997 (Movie)

Fu (Actor)

The Tai Chi Master 1996 (Movie)


Mouhim Wong 1995 (Movie)

Clown (Actor)

Fist of Legend 1994 (Movie)


Once Upon a Time in China II 1994 (Movie)

Wong Fei-hung (Actor)

Once Upon a Time in China III 1994 (Movie)

Wong Fei-hung (Actor)

The New Legend of Shaolin 1993 (Movie)

Hong Xiguan (Actor)

Fong Sai-Yuk II 1992 (Movie)

Fong Sai-yuk (Actor)

Once Upon A Time In China 1992 (Movie)

Wong Fei-hung (Actor)

The Legend of Fong Sai-Yuk 1992 (Movie)

Fong Sai-yuk (Actor)

Swordsman II 1991 (Movie)

Swordsman Ling (Actor)

Martial Arts of Shaolin 1984 (Movie)

Producer (8)

New Chinese Connection 2014 (Movie)


Jet Li's Fearless 2006 (Movie)


Unleashed 2005 (Movie)


Kiss of the Dragon 2001 (Movie)


The Defender 1998 (Movie)


Twin Warriors 1998 (Movie)


The Legend of Fong Sai-Yuk 1992 (Movie)

(Executive Producer)

Invincible (TV Show)

Executive Producer
Writer (1)

Kiss of the Dragon 2001 (Movie)

(Story By)


One of the most popular stars of Hong Kong martial arts films throughout the 1990s, charismatic wushu champion Jet Li was at one time considered the heir apparent to the original master, Bruce Lee. After winning numerous gold medals while an adolescent national champion, Li made an auspicious film debut with the hit martial arts action flick, "The Shaolin Temple" (1982). Though continued success followed after two sequels, Li had a major breakthrough with "Once Upon a Time in China" (1990), a martial arts epic that gave Li what many considered to be the role of a lifetime - one he went back to several times over the course of his career. Despite the enormity of his popularity throughout Asia, Li's career had its share of ups and downs, particularly during the latter half of the nineties. Eventually Hollywood stood up and took notice, allowing the Hong Kong star to make his debut in the hit franchise, "Lethal Weapon 4" (1998). Even though he was consigned to playing two dimensional villains, he nonetheless had a toehold in the United States, though it took the Hong Kong epic "Hero" (2004) to turn Li into a bona fide star in America.


Qiuyan Huang

Fellow Beijing Wushu Team member and "Shaolin Temple" series co-star Married 1987 Divorced 1990

Jada Li

Born in 2002 mother, Nina Li

Jane Li

Born in 2000 mother, Nina Li

Nina Li Chi Actor

Married Sept. 19, 1999


Beijing Athletic School

Beijing 1971
(martial arts)



Co-starred with Sylvester Stallone in "The Expendables," an 80s-style action adventure about a group of mercenaries who attempt to overthrow a South American dictator; film featured a Who's Who of action stars including Bruce Willis and Arnold Schwarzeneg


Cast as the lead villain in the fantasy action film "The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor"


First onscreen collaboration with fellow Chinese actor Jackie Chan, "The Forbidden Kingdom"


Played an assassin in "War" opposite Jason Statham


Returned to roots of kung fu in "Fearless" (final martial arts film)


Played an orphan, raised by a crime boss (Bob Hoskins) to function like an attack hound in Luc Besson's "Unleased"


Teamed with Maggie Cheung in "Hero" (lensed 2001), directed by Zhang Yimou


Reunited with "Romeo Must Die" co-star DMX and director Andrzej Bartkowiak for "Cradle 2 the Grave"


With Mel Gibson, executive produced the TBS movie "Invincible"


Cast as a man chasing various incarnations of himself across several dimensions in the sci-fi martial arts thriller "The One"


Had leading role in and co-produced "Kiss of the Dragon"; co-produced and co-written by Luc Besson


Breakthrough role in "Romeo Must Die"


Cast in a villainous role in "Lethal Weapon 4"


Producing debut with "Bodyguard From Beijing"; also starred


Breakthrough role of Wong Fei-hung in "Once Upon a Time in China" directed by Tsui Hark


Moved to Hong Kong; signed to a contract by Golden Harvest


First feature filmed in the USA, "The Master" directed by Tsui Hark; film not widely released until 1992


Obtained two-year exit visa from China; settled in San Francisco; married and divorced


Directorial debut, "Born to Defend"; film was a box-office failure


Feature film debut in "Shaolin Temple"; also starred in two sequels in 1984 and 1986


Represented China in wu shu demonstrations throughout the world; also won gold medals in 1975, 1977, 1978 and 1979


Made first trip to the USA to perform in a wu shu troupe at the White House for President Richard Nixon


Won first gold medal as champion of the youth national athletic competition


Began to study wu shu, a form of martial arts, at age eight

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