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JONATHAN SEDGWICK, 36
Wakefield, United Kingdom

"JCVD has been a huge inspiration throughout my life all the way into adulthood, a huge fan and the reason I got into Martial Arts myself. I've followed his career for the past 24 years. Hopefully one day I'll get the opportunity to meet the man himself, that would be an amazing piece to add to my growing Van Damme collection as displayed behind me as would been named fan of the month for December. Thank you"


Send in your details with a picture and short message to JCVD (under 100 words) with a chance to be the JANUARY 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.