The recipient of a global Stunt Award and three Screen Actors Guild Award nominations, this stuntman, stunt choreographer, and martial artist is well-known for his use the Jackie Chan Stunt Team. During his early years, he been trained in the fighting techinques of karate, boxing & kickboxing, Wushu, Taekwondo, Wing Chun, Hapkido, and Aikido. After learning for a while on the Shanghai Institute of Sport, he produced an uncredited appearance within the 1994 film Drunken Get good at III. He fulfilled action superstar Jackie Chan while Chan is at Australia filming the 1997 feature Mr. Great Man. He coordinated stunts in movies such as for example Kingsmen: THE TRICK Program (2014), I Am NUMBER 4 (2011), and Hurry Hour 3 (2007) and performed stunts in films like the Medallion (2003), Ninja Assassin (2009), and Hurry Hour 2 (2001). A indigenous of Melbourne, Australia, he also resided and proved helpful in China for a while. He and British movie director Edgar Wright collaborated in the movies The World’s End (2012), Scott Pilgrim vs. the planet (2010), and Cuban Fury (2012).