Mi vida eres tú

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For Los Temerarios album, see Mi Vida Eres Tu (Los Temerarios).
Mi Vida Eres Tú
Genre Telenovela
Romance
Drama
Format Serial drama
Created by Verónica Suárez
Directed by Tito Rojas
Yaki Ortega
Starring Scarlet Ortiz
Jorge Aravena
Roberto Palazuelos
Paola Toyos
Julieta Rosen
Sebastian Ligarde
Opening theme "Mi vida eres tú" by Rogelio Martinez
Country of origin Venezuela
United States
Original language(s) Spanish
No. of episodes 116 [1]
Production
Executive producer(s) Dulce Terán
Location(s) Miami
Venevisión Studios (filming)
Running time 41-44 minutes
Production company(s) Venevisión
Distributor Venevisión International
Broadcast
Original channel Venevisión
Univision
Original run July 10, 2006[2] – December 8, 2006
Chronology
Preceded by Olvidarte Jamás
Followed by Acorralada

Mi Vida Eres Tú (You Are My Life) was a 2006 telenovela filmed and produced in Miami, Florida by Venevisión International. An original story written by Veronica Suarez, It starred Peruvian actor Jorge Aravena and Venezuelan actress Scarlet Ortiz. The two had already starred the successful telenovela Secreto de Amor, also produced in Miami by Fonovideo and Venevisión.

It aired on June 9, 2008 until October 23, 2008 on Venezuela via Venevisión Plus at the 10pm timeslot and reairing at the 1pm timselot.

Plot[edit]

Daniela and Gabriel meet by accident and sparks fly between them in spite of the fact that they are both already romantically involved. Daniela has been going out with Ricardo for years, but he is still not willing to commit to marriage, and is consistently unfaithful and while Gabriel is engaged to Raquel, what he feels for her is not really love, but lust. He has stayed in the relationship under pressure from his godmother Angela who, for selfish reasons that will be revealed later on, insists on having him to marry Raquel.

Although Gabriel inherited an enormous fortune after the death of his parents, he cares very little about money and position, and devotes his time to his greatest passion, radio, hosting a highly rated late night show. Sincerely interested in Daniela, he conceals his wealth and moves to the middle-class neighborhood where she lives, in order to be close to her.[3]

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