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JC De Vera’s TV projects as a Kapamilya through the years

Let’s take a look back on the memorable TV projects of JC de Vera through the years.

JC De Vera’s TV projects as a Kapamilya through the years-Push Team
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10/02/2021 10:00 AM
JC De Vera’s TV projects as a Kapamilya through the years
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John Carlo De Vera, or better known as JC De Vera, is a Filipino actor, host and model.  

It was in the year 2013 when he first appeared in the Kapamilya network as a special guest in the former show Todamax’s anniversary episode.  



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By January 2014, he starred as one of the lead cast members in the Primetime series The Legal Wife where he played the role of Max Gonzales. 

After the hit series aired, he showcased his acting skills once again in the daytime TV series Moon of Desire. 

JC also played a role in the Wansapanataym episode titled Just Got Laki.  

In February 2017, he played the role of Rafael Cabrera in the Kapamilya TV series titled The Better Half.  

The following year, he, again, proved his acting prowess through the series Since I Found You, which also starred Piolo Pascual, Arci Munoz, Alessandra de Rossi and Empoy Marquez.  



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The said series was then followed by another primetime offering titled The General’s Daughter, which he co-starred alongside Angel Locsin.  

READ: JC De Vera on saying goodbye to ‘The General’s Daughter’: ‘Isang experience na hinding hindi ko makakalimutan’

In an Instagram post, JC described the opportunity to be a part of the show as an “Experience na hinding hindi ko makakalimutan.”   

“Maraming salamat sa AbsCbn, @dreamscapeph and @montie08 sa napakagandang opportunity na ito.  ️Maraming salamat sa mga co-actors ko na walang tigil sa pagpapakita ng galing sa larangan ng pag-arte, ibang klase kayong lahat sa galing, sa pagmamahal at sa pagkakaibigan. Sa aming creatives, Directors, production staff and crew, maraming salamat sa walang sawang magpaka pagod para lang gawin exciting ang bawat eksena at maraming salamat din sa pagalaga nyo sa amin! The best kayo! At sympre sa mga fans ng The General’s Daughter na gabi gabi ay sinasamahan kame, maraming salamat dahil tinagkilik nyo ang aming palabas,” he added.  

Just last year, he became one of the cast members of the family drama series Pamilya Ko. 

Aside from teleseryes, JC has also been appearing on various Kapamilya shows such as Maalaala Mo Kaya, Banana Sundae, and Ipaglaban Mo.  

He also made several guest appearances in different Kapamilya talk shows like Gandang Gabi Vice, It’s Showtime, and ASAP Natin ‘To.  

Currently, viewers can watch JC in the romance drama series La Vida Lena, where he stars alongside Erich Gonzales, Carlo Aquino, and Kit Thompson. 



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But while his career as an actor is thriving, JC also enjoys a happy family life.  



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It was in 2018 when the 35-year-old actor married her non-showbiz partner Rikkah Cruz through a civil ceremony.  

It was also the year when they welcomed their firstborn Lana Athena.   

In a previous interview, JC talked about how being a husband and father changed his life.  

READ: JC De Vera on being a father: ‘Mas naging responsible ako in all aspects of my life’

“Hindi lang puro trabaho na ‘yung ginagawa ko. I now have my small family na kailangan kong buhayin. So ngayon mas naging dedicated talaga ako. Mas naging more energetic din dahil sa daughter ko,” he said.  

After three beautiful years of togetherness, the couple once again tied the knot in the church wedding of their dreams in Tagaytay.  



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READ: JC de Vera marries wife Rikkah Cruz for a second time

Watch his previous projects and take a look back on his showbiz journey in this episode of PUSH Evolution. 

Way to go, JC!