'Marco Polo' stuntman and Jet Li's body double, Ju Kun, was also on Flight MH370


New Netflix series Marco Polo's  co-fight choreographer, a veteran Hollywood stuntman, was a passenger on the lost Flight MH370.

Veteran Hollywood stuntman Ju Kun, who has doubled for Beijing-born superstar Jet Li in movies like The Expendables, The Forbidden Kingdom and Fearless, has been confirmed as one of the 239 passengers on board the missing MAS flight MH370.

The 35-year-old was on his way back to Beijing to visit his five-year-old and one-year-old sons, and to collect work materials for his current project, Marco Polo, a Netflix series (in collaboration with The Weinstein Company) that will be filmed in Malaysia next month at the Pinewood Studios in Johor Baru.

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