Juan - Fictional Characters

Fictional Characters

  • Don Juan, the main character of the Philippine story Ibong Adarna
  • Juan, a character in the Pokémon universe
  • Juan Cabrillo, the main character of the book series Oregon Files
  • Juan Carlos "Juice" Ortiz, a character of the Sons of Anarchy television series
  • Juan Rico, a character from the novel Starship Troopers
  • Juan Sánchez Villa-Lobos Ramírez, a character from the Highlander film series
  • Juan Tamad, a character in Philippine folklore
  • Juan Valdez a coffee branding chararcter

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