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Donnie Yen Ji Dan | Yan Che Dan | Yen Ji Dan | Yin Sze Dan | Donnie Yen Chi Tan | Yen Chi Tan | Chi-Tan Yen | Ji-Dan Yen | Zidan Zhen | Zhen Zidan
5' 8" (1.73 m)
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(On exploring different movie roles outside MA movies) Yes, if someone wants to hire me, why not? Why not get paid the same and have less of a physical demand? But I would absolutely not stop. It's great to do martial arts films, and rep martial arts films, and be a successful icon, and set trends. I feel it's an honor to set a trend in the martial arts film world.
After more than two decades of working in Hong Kong, Yen finally got his major breakthrough in Yip Man
(2008) and started being offered various big-budget projects by famous producers and directors in China and USA.
Started utilizing MMA in his fight scenes more often after making SPL: Sha po lang
(2005). This can be seen in all of his contemporary action films that followed suit.