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陳小春(1)
Jordan Chan Siu-Chun  ♂
Aliases:  Jordon Chan,  Chen Xiao-Chun,  Andy Chan,  A. Jordan Chan
Born: July 8th, 1967





 
Filmography (1994-2016)
 
  Actor (85 films)
    Whatever You Want (1994) ... Yam Kin-Fai/Zhang Fei Ying
    He's a Woman, She's a Man (1994) ... Fish, Yu Lo
    Twenty Something (1994) ... Bo
    In the Heat of Summer (1994) ... Leung Siu-Ming
    Fox Hunter (1995) ... Chan Hong
    Heaven Can't Wait (1995) ... Chan Chun/Master Da Da
    01:00 A.M. (1995) ... Officer #36257
    Happy Hour (1995) ... David Wong
    Mack the Knife (1995) ... Tattoo Choir's conductor
    Lost and Found (1996) ... Mr Chu
    Growing Up (1996) ... Shi Ying
    Big Bullet (1996) ... Jeff
    Young and Dangerous 3 (1996) ... Chicken / Saan Gai
    Young and Dangerous 2 (1996) ... Chicken / Saan Gai
    The Age of Miracles (1996) ... Sheung Chun
    Young and Dangerous (1996) ... Chicken / Saan Gai
    God of Gamblers 3 - The Early Stage (1996) ... Lung Ng
    Who's the Woman, Who's the Man (1996) ... Fish, Yu Lo
    War of the Under World (1996) ... Sang Siu Chun
    Tonight Nobody Goes Home (1996) ... Wang Changgeng
    Those Were the Days (1996) ... Super
    We're No Bad Guys (1997) ... Turkey Chu
    Kitchen (1997) ... Louie
    A Queer Story (1997) ... Sonny
    03:00 AM (1997) ... Acne
    Downtown Torpedoes (1997) ... Cash
    A Chinese Ghost Story: The Tsui Hark Animation (1997) ... Hak Saan Liu Yiu [voice]
    The Wedding Days (1997) ... Wong Chi Wei
    Young and Dangerous 4 (1997) ... Chicken / Saan Gai
    02:00 A.M. (1997) ... 3)
    Hot War (1998) ... C.S. Koo
    Enter the Eagles (1998) ... Tommy Mak
    Bio Zombie (1998) ... Woody Invincible
    A Man Called Hero (1999) ... Shadow [voice]
    The Masked Prosecutor (1999) ... Wah Kai-lun
    Four Chefs and a Feast (1999)    
    Cop (1999)    
    Flyin Dance (2000) ... Choi
    Comeuppance (2000) ... Hak
    Born to Be King (2000) ... Chicken / Saan Gai
    Dial D for Demons (2000) ... Big Bully
    Those Were the Days (2000) ... Chicken
    Are You Lonesome Tonight (2000) ... Chen Dabao
    Skyline Cruisers (2000) ... Bird
    Help!!! (2000) ... Dr. Jim Wong
    Killer (2000) ... Chan Tung
    The Cheaters (2001) ... Wo Tin-bo
    Black Mask II (2002) ... Lang [Voice:Cantonese]
    The Wall (2002) ... Chan Yiu Cho
    Haunted Office (2002) ... Richard Lee
    Sleeping with the Dead (2002) ... Dr. David Tsang Kwok-Ming
    The Irresistible Piggies (2002) ... Chun Chun/Spring Chow
    The Spy Dad (2003) ... Tienan
    Men Suddenly in Black (2003) ... Dr. Lee Wing-cheung
    Colour of the Truth (2003) ... Ray Tam
    Diva . Ah Hey (2003) ... Harry Yip
    Love Under the Sun (2003)    
    Fantasia (2004) ... Fugu
    Escape from Hong Kong Island (2004) ... Raymond Mak
    Throw Down (2004) ... Mona's agent
    Herbal Tea (2004) ... Dan Yan
    Initial D (2005) ... Kyouichi Sudou
    Lethal Angels (2006) ... Darren
    The Shopaholics (2006) ... Richie Ho Kung-Fu
    Bet to Basic (2006) ... Lloyd
    Men Suddenly in Black 2 (2006) ... Dr Lee Wing-Cheung
    Wo Hu (2006) ... Fei
    Happy Birthday (2007) ... Cheng
    Who's Next (2007) ... Sean
    Hong Kong Bronx (2008) ... Neil Shek
    Kung Fu Hip-Hop (2008) ... Chu Dong
    Midnight Taxi (2009) ... Xu Feng/ Xu Zi
    Once a Gangster (2010) ... Brisket (Roast Pork)
    Mysterious Island (2011) ... Peng Fei
    White Vengeance (2011) ... Fan Kuai
    Crazy GPS (2011)    
    BMW Rhapsody (2012) ... Liu Zili
    Dark Wedding (2012)    
    Ip Man: The Final Fight (2013) ... Tang Sing
    My Fourth Husband (2013)    
    Jian Bing Man (2015) ... Jordan Chan
    The Right Mistake (2015)    
    Trivisa (2016) ... Cheuk Tze-Keung
    Fooling Around Jiang Hu (2016) ... Dragon Mountain
    Buddy Cops (2016) ... Lau Jing
 
 
Biography
 
  also in DRAGON PEARL (2011)

Other sources: Birthyear: 1968

He joined the TVB Dancers Training Class in 1985. After graduation, he worked for a dancing performance company founded by Hui Yuen. Later, he worked with Law Man and became a member of Wind-Fire-Sea, that is one of the Leopard Kids. During this period, he was a dancer accompanying singers in their concert performance. He performed in the concerts of Alan Tam, Leslie Cheung and Anita Mui. Hui Yuen invited Jordan Chan to join him and produced his own music record. After he became a singer, he still continued his dancing performance. In 1994, he played a role in a film for the first time. The film is "Twenty Something". He received the Best Supporting Actor Award of Hong Kong Film Awards and a nomination of the Best New Performer for this film. He was nominated the Best Supporting Actor of Golden Horse Awards. The same year, he played a role in "He's a Woman, She's a Man", which established his reputation as a good comedian, he was again nominated the Best Supporting Actor and the Best New Performer of Hong Kong Film Awards. For both of "Heaven Can't Wait" (1996) and "Big Bullet" (1997) he received nominations of the Best Supporting Actor of the Hong Kong Film Awards. For "Big Bullet", he was nominated for the Best Supporting Actor of Golden Bauhinia Awards.

From the DVD release of "Big Bullet".

On February 14, 2010, Chan married longtime girlfriend Cherrie Ying in a private ceremony in Las Vegas, Nevada.