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GIANINA MILAGROS DURAND RODRIGUEZ, 31
Lima, Perú

"I think my dream came true when I spoke with him for the first time and I also think that God had something to do with it because he listened to my prayers.... I have admired this great person my entire life and I consider myself to be fan number one in the world not only because I buy his movies or know his whole life, its more than that...God knows how much I have been praying and supporting him and I will never stop doing it. I love him."


Send in your details with a picture and short message to JCVD (under 100 words) with a chance to be the DECEMBER fan of the month! Please send your entries to contests@jcvdworld.com

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CONGRATULATIONS! - John McGlynn / Glasgow, Scotland

FAN ART (CLOSED)
JCVD & Animals

"Dear Fans! I'd like to say a big thankyou to my good friend Peter Organ for his amazing paintings of me with my beautiful animals! So fans, im going to run a contest for you to show me your own paintings/drawings/illustrations of me with animals. The winner will recieve a personal video message from me and a signed 'Kill 'Em all' movie poster. Good luck!"


Please send your entries to contests@jcvdworld.com

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Q1: If you hadn't become an actor, what you like to of been in your career?

JC: I would like to be a mediator. Someone who brings people together in a conflict and makes peace.



Q2: Would you like to direct anymore movies in the future?

JC: I was approached to direct some, but I have a line-up of movies coming out, which are soon to be announced. Maybe I will direct one of those?



Q3: What advice can you give to someone who wants to start acting?

JC: Make your dream a reality and never give up until your dream is achieved. 



Q4: If you could ask the president one question, what would it be?

I know you are very busy and have lots to do, but I hope you will take the time to watch JCVJ on Amazon from December 15th.



Q5: How did you find the experience of making JCVJ over the process of making movies?

JC: The Experience was very different as I split myself over many characters and gave my all to each of them. When I was finished I was very tired mentally.