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Jaycee Chan
Chinese name 房祖名 (Traditional)
Chinese name 房祖名 (Simplified)
Pinyin Fáng ZǔMíng (Mandarin)
Jyutping Fong4 Zo2 Ming4 (Cantonese)
Birth name Chan Jo-Ming (陳祖明)
Ancestry Linzi, Shandong
Origin Hong Kong
Born December 3, 1982 (1982-12-03) (age 27)
Los Angeles, California, U.S.
Other name(s) Jaycee Fong
Occupation Singer, actor, composer, lyricist, guitarist
Genre(s) Cantopop, Mandopop
Instrument(s) Guitar
Label(s) Emperor Entertainment Group
Years active 2004-present
Parents Jackie Chan and Lin Feng-Jiao
Official Website Jaycee blog
Official website

Jaycee Chan Jo-Ming (born on December 3, 1982 in Los Angeles, California) is a Hong Kong actor and singer. In 2004, he released his first Mandarin CD album in Hong Kong.



He is the son of Hong Kong action/martial arts star Jackie Chan and Taiwanese actress Lin Feng-Jiao. He was born on December 3, 1982, in Los Angeles, California,[1] but other sources, including Jackie Chan's autobiography, state that he was born in 1984 and that his parents were married in 1983. Jackie's official website states that he was married in 1982.

Jaycee briefly attended the College of William and Mary in Williamsburg, Virginia for two semesters, but dropped out due to poor grades. His college admissions were a disappointment to his father who had donated an undisclosed sum of money to Harvard University and given a lecture in hope of his son gaining admission.[2] Despite this, his son was still denied.

Giving up on school, Jaycee eventually returned to Hong Kong for good in 2003. Although his album and movies have had dismal sales, his studio is adamant that he will be a success one day. In early 2009, Chinese websites reported that he has given up United States citizenship in favor of Chinese citizenship.[3]

For the film Little Big Soldier, Joan Lin, Jackie Chan's wife, suggested that Jaycee costar with his father, but Jackie Chan was highly against it. [4]


Year Title Chinese Title Role
2004 The Twins Effect II 千機變II: 花都大戰 Charcoal Head/Star of Rex
2005 2 Young 早熟 Ka Fu
2006 McDull, the Alumni 春田花花同學會 Office staff (cameo)
The Heavenly Kings 四大天王 Himself
2007 The Sun Also Rises 太陽照常升起 The Son
Invisible Target 男兒本色 Officer Wai King Ho
The Drummer 戰鼓 Sid
2008 Kung Fu Panda 功夫熊猫 Crane (Cantonese voice)
Secrets of the Furious Five 虎胆五俠 Master Monkey (voice)
2009 Tracing Shadow 追影 Lord Xu
Mulan 花木蘭 Fei Xiao Hu
2010 Break Up Club 分手說愛你 Joe


Released Title Language Track listing
2004 "Jaycee" [Self-titled AVCD - an audio CD that also contains music videos] Mandarin
  1. "Computer Data"
  2. "邊走邊唱" "Walking and Singing" (MV)
  3. "最動聽" "The Most Touching Song" (MV)
  4. "Jaycee"
  5. "邊走邊唱" "Walking and Singing"
  6. "最動聽" "The Most Touching Song"
  7. "人" "Human"
  8. "一年八個月" "8 Months in One Year"
  9. "答應" "Agree
  10. "我還愛你" "I Still Love You"
  11. "人工牆" "Man-made Wall"
  12. "要強" "Be Strong"
  13. ""Hold On" JC said"
  14. "JC's Berp"
  15. "Saturday Night"
  16. "Little Boy"
  17. "Angel"
  18. "Jaycee Intro"
  19. "Am I Weird?"
  20. 要強 (Demo) "Be Strong" (Demo)
  21. "Saturday Night with Mom"
  22. 我還愛你 (Demo 1) "I Still Love You" (Demo 1)
  23. 我還愛你 (Demo 2) "I Still Love You" (Demo 2)
2008 "一路好走" "Safe Journey" [An EP dedicated to his grandfather Charles Chan] Mandarin
  1. "一路好走" "Safe Journey"


  1. ^ Date of birth found on the California Birth Index 1905-1995, under Jo-Ming Jaycee Chan, on 3 December 1982 in Los Angeles County.
  2. ^ Sheehan, Bob, "Chan charms at Cultural Rhythms", Harvard University Gazette, March 1, 2001.
  3. ^
  4. ^ "Jackie Chan refuses to work with his son in new film" (in Chinese). Sina. 2009-04-07. 

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