4hw.com.cn: Shaolin Temple and red sorghum are believed to have been seen by many people. You may not know the name of Ji Chunhua, but you will be impressed by the photos. However, the sad news of his death came on July 11. Let's review the life of Ji Chunhua, an old artist.
Ji Chunhua, a famous martial arts actor, died of illness in Hangzhou at 10:35 a.m. on July 11, 2018 at the age of 57. Ji Chunhua is well known by the audience for his role in the villain 'vulture' in the film directed by Zhang Xinyan, and later as the villain in the works such as Shaolin boy, new Shaolin five ancestors and Fang Shiyu sequel, known as the 'gold medal villain star'.
Actor Ji Chunhua died. He went to see a doctor three months ago when he found out that lung cancer was terminal and stinging. After the death of actor Ji Chunhua, Chen Shunan, a martial arts teacher and national martial arts coach when he was a child in Hangzhou, said that Ji Chunhua has always been in good health. Three months ago, he was found to have advanced lung cancer due to his back pain. The main reason why lung cancer causes back pain is that the tumor tissue invades the pleura or spine, causing back blunt pain. This kind of pain is very painful. With the extension of time, the pain will become more and more severe.
Ji Chunhua will be strong all his life. If it's not too painful to bear, he won't go to see a doctor. In the last three months of detecting lung cancer, Ji Chunhua must have suffered a lot!
After the news of actor Ji Chunhua's death came to light, many colleagues in the entertainment circle paid tribute to him, including Zhao Wenzhuo, Jiao Enjun and Hong Jiantao. Both Jiao Enjun and Hong Jiantao revealed that Ji Chunhua was healthy last year, and he also made plays in the hot weather of more than 40 degrees in Hengdian.
Ji Chunhua, male, born in Hangzhou, Zhejiang Province on July 20, 1961, is a Chinese martial arts actor.
In 1982, the bald eagle in the film Shaolin Temple directed by Zhang Xinyan was familiar to the audience. In 1993, he participated in the production of the work biography of Shaolin heroes. In May 2001, he cooperated with his mentor Zhang Xinyan once again to play the role of "Shaolin Wuwang" directed by Liu Jiacheng and act as tanfei. In 2006, in the Anti Japanese TV series "tiger in the dragon plate" as the bandit's bandit leader -- crow hole big head Qi Jie San.
In 2014, in the public welfare film "jin'ou" directed by Tian Qi, he played a she plain clothes criminal police thunder.
At 10:35 a.m. on July 11, 2018, he died of illness in Hangzhou. He was only 57 years old.
In 1982, he appeared in the film Shaolin Temple directed by Zhang Xinyan, playing the role of vulture, which was well known by the audience.
In 1987, Zhang Yimou played the bandit balsanpao in the film Red Sorghum.
In 1993, he participated in the production of the work biography of Shaolin heroes.
In May 2001, he cooperated with his mentor Zhang Xinyan to play the work of Shaolin Wuwang directed by Zhang. In the same year, he acted as Hailing mountain in the 30 episode TV series "the valley of broken enemies" directed by Yuanbin and Huang Zuquan.
In 2003, he acted as a vulture in the old costume Hong Kong Comedy TV series "the wonderful hand catches the beautiful woman" directed by Yuanbin. In the same year, in the zombie horror movie "thousand year Zombie King", directed by Xu Ke and Qian Shengwei and starred by Zhou Wenjian and Lin Xue, he acted as a ghost catching master with five ghost catching apprentices.
In 2004, he acted as the ancestor of bloody sword in the mainland TV series Liancheng Jue directed by Wang Xinmin and Chen Yongge; in the same year, he acted as Chi Bilie in the TV series Wudang directed by Tan Ruiming.
In 2005, he acted as Xin Longzi in the ancient martial arts drama "seven swords down the Tianshan Mountain" directed by Huo Yaoliang and starred by Zhao Wenzhuo; in the same year, he acted as Shankou in the TV drama "railway guerrillas" directed by Wang Xinmin.
In 2008, he acted as Cao Jun's general in the action film "the Three Kingdoms: see the Dragon dismount", directed by Li Rengang and starred by Liu Dehua and Li Meiqi.
In 2010, he starred in the Movie Empire assassin directed by Du Xiao.
In 2011, he starred in the 86 episode series "New Water Margin" directed by Ju Jueleng and starred by Zhang Hanyu; in the same year, he starred in the TV series "heroes in the desert in the legend of Shaolin Temple" starring sun Yingxin and Xie Miao.
In 2012, he starred in the movie "the end of the war", playing the villain Guitian; in the same year, he played the bandit leader in the Anti Japanese TV drama "fangya" -- the big leader of crow cave, Qi jiesan.
In 2013, he starred Zhao Wenzhuo and Li Xinru, directed by Lu Qi, in the modern revolutionary TV series "iron blood red an" produced by Hubei Changjiang Huasheng film and Television Co., Ltd.
In 2014, he played the role of thunder, a she plain clothes criminal police officer, in Tianqi's public welfare film "jin'ou", which was his first positive role; in the same year, he played a good man again in Tianqi's magic film "magic shadow and magic pen"; in the same year, he played hoyan in Liang Jie's film "gun transit"; in the same year, he played the role of Hai Dafu in the mainland version of Han Dong's TV drama "Luding".
In 2016, the action comedy film "thank goodness you're here" starring on January 30 was officially released on the whole network.
At 10:35 a.m. on July 11, 2018, Ji Chunhua died of illness in Hangzhou at the age of 57.