22 Facts About Luc Deveraux


Luc Deveraux is a title character, the protagonist of the Universal Soldier film series.

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Luc Deveraux is most famously portrayed by Belgian actor and martial artist Jean-Claude Van Damme in the 1992 film Universal Soldier and its sequels Universal Soldier: The Return, Universal Soldier: Regeneration and Universal Soldier: Day of Reckoning.

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Luc Deveraux first appears in Universal Soldier as GR44, a deceased Vietnam War soldier who is reanimated in a secret government project to become a Universal Soldier, or UniSol.

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Veronica follows and while sneaking into the UniSol lab to rescue Luc Deveraux, she discovers that his older brother Eric, a deceased soldier from Vietnam, has been resurrected.

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When Luc Deveraux is back to normal, he confronts other UniSols and his brother.

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Luc Deveraux goes into confrontation with UniSol's clone and Mentor to shut down their operations.

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Luc Deveraux himself has had his as UniSol augmentations reversed, rendering him fully human.

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Luc Deveraux must contend with the ambitious reporter Erin Young, and General Radford, who wants to take extreme measures to stop SETH.

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Luc Deveraux is the only person who can rescue Hillary and stop SETH, because he got residual UniSol strength and powers.

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Besides, Luc Deveraux knows firsthand how a UniSol thinks, feels, and fights.

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Maggie allows Luc Deveraux to get himself and Hillary out of the building in time.

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Luc Deveraux was originally part of a group that consisted of five UniSols and was by far the best of the group.

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Luc Deveraux is forcibly returned to active duty by the US military to participate in a mission to rescue the Ukrainian prime minister's children, held hostage by renegade Commander Topov in the Chernobyl nuclear power plant, which is rigged with a time bomb.

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Luc Deveraux then finds the children, but they are attacked by the NGU.

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Luc Deveraux has been on the run from the military ever since the day he left the Chernobyl nuclear power plant and has shaved off his hair.

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Luc Deveraux has returned to the United States and is living in an underground bunker.

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Luc Deveraux has enlisted another clone of Andrew Scott, his former nemesis, to recruit other wayward UniSols, thus establishing a violent cult aiming at a new world order.

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Luc Deveraux then reaches Deveraux's underground bunker, killing Scott and most other UniSols present.

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John II finally kills Luc Deveraux and takes over his organization, motivated by the grudge he harbors for the US government that caused his pain.

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John II then kills the FBI agent who had manipulated him into hunting down Luc Deveraux and has him replaced with a clone, thus infiltrating the government and initiating the counterattack Luc Deveraux had planned.

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Luc Deveraux is weary and confused, much as he was in the original film.

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Luc Deveraux regains basic human senses such as smell, touch, taste, and hearing.

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