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Zhang Jin

Zhang Jin
Chinese name 張晉 (traditional)
Chinese name 张晋 (simplified)
Pinyin Zhāng Jìn (Mandarin)
Jyutping Zoeng1 Zeon3 (Cantonese)
Born (1974-05-19) 19 May 1974
Chongqing, China
Other name(s) Max Zhang
Occupation Actor, stuntman
Years active 2000–present
Spouse(s) Ada Choi (m. 2008)
Children Zhang Chu'er (b. 2011)
Zhang Xin'er (b. 2013)

Zhang Jin (born 19 May 1974), also known as Max Zhang, is a Chinese actor and a former wushu athlete who won the Best Supporting Actor at the 33rd Hong Kong Film Awards.

Zhang began his career as a stunt actor, notably in Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon (2000) as the stunt double for Zhang Ziyi, whom he later collaborated as a screen actor in My Lucky Star (2013) and The Grandmaster (2013). He also starred in Rise of the Legend in 2014 and SPL II: A Time for Consequences in 2015.

Zhang married Hong Kong actress Ada Choi on 12 January 2008.[1] They have two daughters.


Year English title Chinese title Role Notes
2000 Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon 卧虎藏龙 stunt double
2012 The Bounty 悬赏 Yip On
2013 The Grandmaster 一代宗师 Ma San
My Lucky Star 非常幸运
2014 From Vegas to Macau 赌城风云 DOA's bodyguard/assassin
Rise of the Legend 黄飞鸿之英雄有梦 Wu Long
2015 SPL II: A Time for Consequences 杀破狼2 Ko Chun


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