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In 2003, Yen played the antagonist against Jackie Chan in Shanghai Knights.Yen choreographed most of the fight animation in the 2004 video game Onimusha 3, which featured actors Takeshi Kaneshiro and Jean Reno.Yen later went back to the United States, where he was invited to choreograph fight scenes in Hollywood films, such as Highlander: Endgame (2000) and Blade II (2002).His choreography and skills impressed the directors, and they invited him for cameo appearances in both movies.Yen finally started taekwondo at around the age of sixteen. His mother is a soprano, in addition to being a martial arts teacher in Boston, while his father is a violinist.Yen's first step into the film industry was in 1984 when he landed his first starring role in the 1984 film Drunken Tai Chi.
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