Jaycee Chan

About Jaycee Chan

Who is it?: Actor, Music Department, Soundtrack
Birth Day: December 03, 1982
Birth Place:  Los Angeles, California, United States
Birth Sign: Capricorn
Chinese name: 房祖名 (traditional)
Pinyin: Fáng ZǔMíng (Mandarin)
Yale: Fòng Jómìng (Cantonese)
Jyutping: Fong4 Zo2ming4 (Cantonese)
Other names: Jaycee Fong
Origin: Hong Kong
Years active: 2004–2014 (hiatus)
Genre(s): Cantopop, Mandopop
Instrument(s): Guitar
Label(s): Emperor Entertainment Group
Parents: Jackie Chan Joan Lin
Ancestry: Linzi, Shandong, China
Awards: Awards Wine Country Film Festival 2009 Best Actor (The Drummer) Wine Country Film Festival 2009 Best Actor (The Drummer) Wine Country Film Festival 2009 Best Actor (The Drummer)

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Jaycee Chan was born on December 03, 1982 in  Los Angeles, California, United States, is Actor, Music Department, Soundtrack. Jaycee Chan is the son of the Internationally famous action star, Jackie Chan and Taiwnese actress Feng-Jiao Lin. He was born Chan Jo-Ming, but changed his surname to Fong/Fang in February of 2004 as this is his true ancestral name. Although this is his name in the Eastern hemisphere, his name remains "Jaycee Chan" in the Western hemisphere with a few sources listing him as "Jaycee Fong".Jaycee, who attended The College of William & Mary, is an actor, singer, composer, lyricist, and guitarist. He also plays the piano, drums, and bass guitar. He released his first, self-titled, CD, "Jaycee" on September 15, 2004. This CD, for which he composed the music and wrote the lyrics for 10 of the 13 tracks, earned him many music awards in Asia for Best New Male Singer.In addition, Jaycee is active in many charities that include children's charities, help for research of organ diseases, natural disaster relief funds,and wildlife awareness public service campaigns in Asia.Jaycee is currently quite popular in Hong Kong and Mainland China. He is fluent in English, Cantonese and Mandarin. In addition to his musical and acting skills, Jaycee is noted for his sincerity, impeccable manners, subtle humor and cheerfulness.
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Jaycee and his father Jackie starred together in Jackie's 100th film, 1911. The team-up resulted in Jackie Chan's least profitable and worst reviewed film to date.


Jaycee was born and raised in Los Angeles, California, the son of Hong Kong-Chinese action/martial arts star Jackie Chan and Taiwanese Actress Joan Lin. Sources, including Jackie Chan's autobiography, state that he was born in 1984 and that his parents were married in 1983. On the other hand, Jackie's official website states that he was born in 1982.


Giving up on school, Jaycee moved to Hong Kong in 2003 to pursue his career. He composed the music and wrote the lyrics for 10 of the 13 tracks on his first CD, "Jaycee" (2004). His film debut was The Twins Effect II, in which his father had a cameo role. His second role was a Hong Kong romance film 2 Young, in which he co-starred with Hong Kong Cantopop singer Fiona Sit. They both worked together again on Break Up Club in 2010. In 2007, he co-starred alongside Nicholas Tse and Shawn Yue in Benny Chan's action film Invisible Target.


In early 2009, Chinese websites reported that he has given up his United States citizenship in favor of Chinese citizenship (Hong Kong residency) to appeal to local audiences.


During an awards ceremony in Beijing in April 2011, Jackie stated that he would be donating half his money to charity when he dies, instead of to his son. Jackie explained, "If he is capable, he can make his own money. If he is not, then he will just be wasting my money."


Chan spent his 32nd birthday in custody with his mother stating that her son has borrowed more than a hundred books to read since he was detained. On December 22, 2014, four months after his arrest, Chan was indicted by Chinese authorities for sheltering other people to use drugs. His trial finally began on January 9, 2015 in Beijing, after spending 148 days in detention. Chan was sentenced to six months in prison and fined 2,000 yuan (~$320 USD). Chan confessed that he broke the law and he should be punished for his actions and that he would not do it again. His parents did not attend their son's hearing although the elder Chan was reportedly in Beijing. His father repeatedly said that he will not use his connections to lighten his son's sentence.


In 2015, his father revealed that Jaycee had shown interest on writing a script for a sequel to CZ12 and will make the film "if it's right".