Lin Feng-Jiao Biography
(Taiwanese Former Actress and Wife of Actor Jackie Chan)
Birthday: June 30, 1953 (Cancer)
Born In: Taipei City, Taipei, Taiwan
Lin Feng-Jiao (also known as Joan Lin) is a Taiwanese retired actress best known for her performance in ‘The Story of a Small Town’. Her portrayal of a mute young woman in the romantic drama film not only won her a prestigious award, but also established her as one of the leading actresses in Taiwan. Born into a poor family, she struggled throughout her childhood. Her family situation was so bad that she had to drop out of school when she was 12. Left with no prospect of receiving a good education, the young girl decided to venture into show biz in order to earn some money. Pretty and confident, she was able to find a few acting roles while still in her teens and made her film debut in 1972. Her performance in her debut film was much appreciated and soon she began to get many film offers. As hard-working and talented as she was beautiful, Lin Feng-Jiao earned tremendous fame within a few years. She met and married actor Jackie Chan in the early 1980s and retired from acting to devote herself wholeheartedly to their family.