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Guanhua Han

Guanhua Han is known for his work on Scott Pilgrim vs. the World (2010), Rush Hour 3 (2007) and Around the World in 80 Days (2004). See full bio »

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Known For

Rush Hour 3
Rush Hour 3 Stunts
(2007)
The Karate Kid
(2010)

Filmography

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 2017 Europe Raiders (stunt coordinator) (filming)
 2017 The Foreigner (stunt coordinator)
 2016 Jue di tao wang (assistant action choreographer)
 2015 Jackie Chan Presents: Amnesia (action director)
 2013 Sorry I Love You (assistant stunt coordinator)
 2012 Sap ji sang ciu (assistant stunt choreographer - as Han Guanhua)
 2011 San siu lam zi (assistant stunt coordinator)
 2010 Scott Pilgrim vs. the World (assistant fight coordinator - as Guan-Hua Han)
 2010 The Karate Kid (stunts)
 2010 Da bing xiao jiang (assistant stunt coordinator)
 2010 The Spy Next Door (additional stunt double: Jackie Chan - uncredited)
 2007 Rush Hour 3 (additional stunt double: Jackie Chan - uncredited) / (stunts)
 2006 Bo bui gai wak (additional stunt double: Jackie Chan - uncredited)
 2005 San wa (stunts)
 2004 San ging chaat goo si (additional stunt double: Jackie Chan - uncredited) / (stunts)
 2004 Around the World in 80 Days (stunt performer) / (stunts)
 2003 The Medallion (additional stunt double: Jackie Chan - uncredited) / (stunts)
 2003 Shanghai Knights (additional stunt double: Jackie Chan - uncredited) / (stunts)
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Alternate Names:

Han Guanhua | Guan-Hua Han

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