Destino de Mujer

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Destino de Mujer
Genre Drama, Romance
Format Telenovela
Created by Mariela Romero
Directed by César Bolívar
Rafael Gómez
Johnny Solórzano
Freddy Trujillo
Starring Jorge Reyes
Sonya Smith
Opening theme Para Llorar performed by Ricardo Montaner
Ending theme Para Llorar performed by Ricardo Montaner
Country of origin Venezuela
Spain
Original language(s) Spanish
Production
Producer(s) Venevisión
Televisión Española
Location(s) Venezuela
Camera setup Multi-camera
Broadcast
Original channel Venevisión (Venezuela)
Televisión Española (Spain)
Original run 1997 – 1997
Chronology
Related shows Vuélveme A Querer

Destino de Mujer (Destiny of a Woman) is a 1997 telenovela as a joint production of Venevisión and Televisión Española.

Cast[edit]

  • Sonya Smith as Mariana Oropeza
  • Jorge Reyes as Víctor Manuel Santana
  • Lupita Ferrer as Aurora (Mariana's mother)
  • Tatiana Capote as Giselda
  • Pedro Lander as Ramon
  • Gabriela Vergara as Vanessa
  • Carlos Humberto Camacho as Luis Miguel (1997)
  • Raúl Amundaray as Artemio
  • Henry Galué as Alfredo
  • Yajaira Orta as Lucrecia
  • Carmen Julia Álvarez as Caridad
  • Chony Fuentes as Irma
  • Pedro Martín as Izaguirre
  • María Eugenia Penagos as Margarita
  • Jalymar Salomon as Marta

Broadcasters[edit]

Country Alternate title/Translation TV network(s) Series premiere Series finale Weekly schedule Timeslot
 Venezuela Destino de Mujer Venevisión 1997 1997 Monday to Friday
 Spain Destino de Mujer Televisión Española Monday to Friday
 Paraguay Destino de Mujer Canal 13 September 4 2000 April 6 2001 Monday to Friday 6:00 pm
 Perú Destino de Mujer Panamericana Televisión 2001 September 11 2000 April 13 2001 Monday to Friday 7:00 pm
 Argentina Destino de Mujer Canal 9 October 5 1998 March 19 1999 Monday to Friday 4:00 pm

Trivia[edit]

  • This is the 3rd of the 4 telenovelas (Cristal, Rosangelica, Pecados Ajenos) that Sonya Smith and Lupita Ferrer worked together.
  • It was remade by Mexican TV network TV Azteca entitled Vuélveme A Querer, Sonya Smith also appeared here and she played the role as the heroine's mother.

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