Jackie Chan Died From Heart Attack!
Published on March 29, 2011 by Margaret Baker
A Los Angeles hospital has announced that Jackie Chan has died. Legendary Hong Kong actor who has appeared in over 100 films died last night after a heart attack. He was promoting his latest film, ‘Kung Fu Panda 2′. The doctors says that his busy schedule was causing extreme stress and putting too much pressure on his heart. Chan have to go to Hong Kong today to start shooting on his next film ’1911 ‘.
The actors family has not yet issued a statement in regards to the passing of the truly remarkable actor who died at the young age of 56. Fans swarmed Facebook after confirmation of his passing came through a source close to Chan. A couple of celebrities have also posted their personal tributes through face book. Will Smith; “A remarkable actor, he will be forever missed and always in our hearts. RIP Jackie. x”
Even United States President Barack Obama laid down a personal tribute to the martial artist saying: “Jackie Chan is a man who can talk through talent, he is a constant reminder of the strength of humanity. He will forever be in our hearts, a true inspiration who inspired many generations. First it’s Nate Dogg then it’s Jackie Chan.”
MTV will hold a special memorial for Jackie Chan on Friday
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