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Actor and martial artist Jet Li gained notoriety in the 1990s after making an appearance in the Hong Kong classic "Once Upon a Time in China." The film signalled a turning point in Chinese martial arts cinema, kicking off what Criterion refers to as the 1990s' Golden Age of Hong Kong filmmaking. After that, the actor rose to notoriety in Hollywood with action movie superstars like John Woo, Jackie Chan, and Maggie Cheung, in addition to martial artists like Jackie Chan and Maggie Cheung.
The main cause of Jet Li's current lack of involvement in films
In 2010, Jet Li received a hyperthyroidism diagnosis. The illness accelerates metabolism, which, according to the Mayo Clinic, results in weight loss, fatigue, and an irregular heartbeat. When serving as a guest host at a Chinese talent competition in 2013, the "Romeo Must Die" jet li made his ailment public (via The Hollywood Reporter). "I'm not in agony, but I'm in discomfort." he said. I'm content. "
Many people don't understand why Jet Li isn't in movies anymore. Hopefully, by now you've worked it out.
The Chinese actor Jet Li, whose real name is Li Lianjie, was born in Beijing on April 26, 1963. He is now 59 years old.
He is best known for his skill in martial arts and his portrayal of honourable and modest heroes in Chinese films.
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