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Vincent Lyn (Vincent Raymond Percival Lyn) was born on 6 June, 1959 in British Royal Air Force Base, Aden, Yemen, is an actor,stunts,producer. At 62 years old, Vincent Lyn height is 6 ft 1 in (187.0 cm).

Now We discover Vincent Lyn's Biography, Age, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of net worth at the age of 62 years old?

Popular As Vincent Raymond Percival Lyn
Occupation actor,stunts,producer
Age 62 years old
Zodiac Sign Gemini
Born 6 June 1959
Birthday 6 June
Birthplace British Royal Air Force Base, Aden, Yemen
Nationality Yemen

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Vincent Lyn Net Worth

He net worth has been growing significantly in 2018-19. So, how much is Vincent Lyn worth at the age of 62 years old? Vincent Lyn’s income source is mostly from being a successful Actor. He is from Yemen. We have estimated Vincent Lyn's net worth, money, salary, income, and assets.

Net Worth in 2020 $1 Million - $5 Million
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Most recently in August, 2018 Vincent received a Legend Award for Who's Who in the Martial Arts - a high level accomplishment in the Martial Arts world. Acting: As a young lad, Vincent studied poetry, prose and elocution at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts in England. After moving to the United States, he studied acting in New York for a couple of years and graduating university, moved to Hong Kong to try his hand at an acting career. Vincent made use of his martial arts training in his transition to the movies. He landed his first movie role in Tiger Cage - made by internationally acclaimed director Yuen Woo Ping. Ping has action-directed such movies as the Matrix, Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon, Charlie's Angels and Kill Bill. This movie was a big hit in the Asian market; Vincent was in high demand which fortunately led him to playing roles in more than 25 movies. Many of which are considered the greatest action films of the Golden Age of Hong Kong cinema. His film career has included playing the lead villain fighting superstar Jackie Chan in Operation Condor. Dr. Lyn has been awarded the Fists of Legends "Hong Kong Legends Cinema Award" at the Urban Action Showcase Expo in New York sponsored by HBO/Cinemax. he was inducted into the World Martial Arts Hall of Fame as the Best Martial Actor of the Year. Vincent has recently starred in two action sci-fi thrillers. "Beast" directed by Robert Samuels and "When Dragons Awake" written and directed by Stacey Adams. Vincent is starring in a new film project "Man of War" being filmed in South Africa about human trafficking. He's taking on the role of a principal actor and Production Consultant - for his expertise in child trafficking. Security: Lyn has applied and expanded his martial arts training to the field of corporate security in which he is now considered to be an international expert. He works and consults in executive protection, threat assessment, air security, and other security domains.


In 2016 he taught 700 people Tai Chi and Ling Gar Kung Fu in a soccer stadium in Portugal. Jackie Chan has said that Vincent was one of the best fighters he had ever worked with.


In 2015 Vincent teamed up with Grammy Award-winning flutist Wouter Kellerman and other outstanding musicians to perform music from around the world at Carnegie Hall. Education: In conjunction with his external work in martial arts, Vincent also has a passion for knowledge on our contemplative practices and internal processes. He completed his doctorate (PhD in Philosophy) at the International College of Asian Studies, with a focus on Taoism and Confucianism.


In 2011 Vincent gave his debut performance (the first of many) to a sold out crowd at Carnegie Hall in connection with the release of his first CD Heaven Bound, which was up for two Grammy nominations in the Grammy Ballot. Best Improvisation Jazz Solo and Best Instrumental Jazz Album. The album was voted in the Top Ten Album of the Year for Unsigned Artists and Top 40 Jazz Album of the Year. Lyn released his second jazz album Wing Sing which received four nominations in the Grammy Ballot. The Wall Street Journal called him a "Master of martial and musical arts. " His CD Vincent Lyn Live in New York City (from Carnegie Hall) won 5-star reviews and was #12 for 8 weeks on the World Jazz Charts and received four nominations in the Grammy Ballot.


Forever winning in Chinese is Yong Sheng. Vincent Lyn was born to a Chinese father and a British mother. His English name is Sir Vincent Raymond Percival Lyn. Vincent is the kind of individual whom you instinctively know when you meet him that he is someone worth finding out more about and the more you peel away layers of the onion, the more impressed you'll be. He speaks in a soft voice with remnants of a British accent. He was born in Yemen as his father was stationed there with the British Royal Air Force. At two years old Vincent and his family moved to Ethiopia, Khartoum (Sudan), Algeria, Netherlands, then England. He emigrated to the United States at age 16 and then to Hong Kong after his university studies. Not coincidently, Vincent's multi-linguistic son, who is also a recent USA university graduate, now lives in Hong Kong. if you look up the definition of a Renaissance man, you may very well see a photo of Vincent, His talents, abilities, skills and interests are far-reaching and as diversified as anyone you'll ever meet. In the following paragraphs are a summary of a few of his many accomplishments as they are truly vast and impressive. Modeling: Vincent was an elite model for several major, highly sought after corporations such as Gucci, Yves Saint Laurent, Levi's, Valentino, Puma and Adidas. Martial Arts: He started studying martial arts at age 8. He learned Tai Chi from his uncle and later mastered his family style Ling Gar Kung Fu. Vincent has excelled in not just the art of Kung Fu but in its application as well. He is a 10th degree black sash Grandmaster who has been invited to teach martial art workshops around the world.

The first issue was released in 2010 as monthly series in Budo Magazine and re-released internationally at the NYC Comic-Con 2012. Sports Medicine: Through martial arts and physical conditioning, Vincent developed a passion for Traditional Chinese Medicine and Sports Medicine. He avidly pursued research into optimum physical conditioning/range of motion and this lead to writing a thesis and an honorary PhD in Sports Medicine from Yale University.


His first book The Ling Gar Legacy - Kung Fu in the Real World came out in 2009 with a foreword written by Yuen Woo Ping. Lyn co-authored a comic book tilted "Kung Fu Star" based on his stories as a film star.


In 2007 Vincent was invited as a special guest to the first Martial Arts Olympics East-West Open in St. Petersburg, Russia. In the opening ceremony, he demonstrated his superb martial art skills in front of 20,000 spectators and also performed a piano solo, which surprised and dazzled the audience. He has been inducted into many Martial Arts Hall of Fame including an award for Grandmaster of the Year from the World Martial Arts Hall of Fame and a Lifetime Achievement Award from the Action Martial Arts Magazine Hall of Fame.


In 2003, he founded Pro-Force Security Corps. He has primarily worked in corporate services for the rich and famous - none of whom he is allowed to disclose. Writing: Lyn has taken his knowledge of the martial arts and his other endeavors and put them into print. He has written numerous articles for Budo Magazine (the world's leading martial arts publication) and authored seven instructional videos, which have been released in seven languages and distributed in 54 countries! He has been featured in books, magazine covers - over 25 cover appearances) and has appeared in over 200 magazine articles throughout the world.


In 1999 he was inducted into the Worlds Sports Medicine Hall of Fame for making outstanding contributions to the field of Sports Medicine for his breakthrough research on PNF (proprioceptive neuromuscular facilitation - which is now a standard form of stretching used in all sports activities). Music: While Vincent related to martial arts from his paternal side, he also developed an affinity for music from his maternal side - his mother being a classical pianist. He started piano at age 11, which is a little old for a concert pianist, but not too old for Vincent. He graduated from the prestigious Boston Conservatory of Music majoring in piano performance and composition. Lyn wrote Canto-pop songs for PolyGram Records, two of which became top ten hits.