Martial arts master and performer Jackie Chan will get a lifetime accomplishment Oscar, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences reported on Thursday. Chan, 62, the Hong Kong-conceived star of Hollywood motion pictures, for example, 'Kung Fu Panda,' 'The Karate Kid' and the 'Surge Hour' establishment, will join narrative producer Frederick Wiseman, British film proofreader Anne V. Coates and giving chief Lynn Stalmaster a role as beneficiaries of the 2016 Governors Awards.
Each will get a privileged Oscar statuette perceiving their lifetime commitment to film at a celebration in Los Angeles in November.
Institute President Cheryl Boone Isaacs in an announcement called every one of them 'genuine pioneers and legends in their artworks.'
Chan made his film debut at 8 years old, and has acted and once in a while composed and coordinated more than 30 combative technique motion pictures in Hong Kong. He has never won an Oscar.
In August, he was positioned the second-most generously compensated performer on the planet by Forbes with evaluated 2016 profit of $61 million, just beneath 'Quick and Furious' star Dwayne Johnson.