A Impostora

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A Impostora
A Impostora TVI.jpg
"Quem não vê caras, não vê intenções" (Portuguese)
"Who does not see faces, sees no intentions" (English)
GenreRomance, Melodrama
Created byAntónio Barreira
Developed byPlural Entertainment
Directed byJorge Queiroga
StarringDalila Carmo
Diogo Infante
Fernanda Serrano
(see more)
Opening themeImpostora by Áurea
Ending themeImpostora by Áurea
Country of originPortugal
Original language(s)Portuguese
No. of seasons2
No. of episodes341
Production
Running time55min
Release
Original networkTVI
Picture format16:9 SDTV
Original releaseSeptember 4, 2016 –
November 30, 2017
Chronology
Preceded bySanta Bárbara
Followed byJogo Duplo
Related showsLa Impostora
External links
Website

A Impostora (English: The Pretender) is a Portuguese telenovela that was broadcast and produced by TVI. It is directed by Jorge Queiroga and written by António Barreira. The telenovela premiered on September 4, 2016[1] and ended on November 30, 2017. It was filmed in Portugal and Africa.

Plot[edit]

Season 1[edit]

An airplane disappears mysteriously; on board was Verónica, the twin sister of Vitória, the victim of a fraud by a millionaire. Presumed dead, Verónica assumes the identity of her sister and plans to avenge herself on the entrepreneur's family, finding a strong opponent in his wife Diana.

SeasonEpisodesOriginally airedRatingShare
First airedLast aired
1111September 4, 2016 (2016-09-04)January 26, 2017 (2017-01-26)TBATBA
2230January 30, 2017 (2017-01-30)November 30, 2017 (2017-11-30)TBATBA

Cast[edit]

Actor Character Season
1 2
Dalila Carmo Vitória Mendes Guest
Verónica Mendes Regular
Diogo Infante Rodrigo Varela Regular
Fernanda Serrano Diana Martins Varela Regular
Rita Cruz Yara Manhiça Regular
Ery Costa Samuel Matshine Regular
Alba Batista Beatriz Martins Varela Regular
Ana Catarina Afonso Vanessa Soares Regular
Ana Cristina de Oliveira Rita Nogueira Recurring Regular
António Pedro Cerdeira Paulo de Jesus Pires (Paulinho) Regular
Bárbara Branco Maria Augusta Lancastre Varela (Guta) Regular
Carlos Vieira Rafael Vale Recurring Regular
Carloto Cotta Matias Novaes Regular
Celso Roberto Raúl Bandiza Regular
Diogo Amaral Gustavo Martins Regular
Diogo Costa Reis Gabriel Lopes Regular
Elisa Lisboa Maria Amélia Martins Recurring Regular
Elmano Sancho Celso Chaves Regular
Evandro Gomes Lázaro Alves (La Zer) Regular
Eunice Munõz Pureza Ferreira da Costa Regular
Fernando Luís Ricardo Varela Regular
Fernando Pires Valentim Costa Regular
Graciano Dias Daniel Figueiredo Regular
Gonçalo Cabral Carlos Matshine Regular
Helena Isabel Assunção Ferreira da Costa Lancastre Regular
Isaac Alfaiate Miguel Fonseca Regular
João Pedro Dantas Martim Pinto Guedes Regular
Joana Seixas Íris Machado Regular
Luís Lucas Renato Bettencourt Rodrigues Regular
Madalena Brandão Marta Manhiça Varela Regular
Manuel Wiborg Inspetor Alberto Camacho Guest Regular
Marcantónio Del Carlo Bernardo Vieira Regular
Maria José Paschoal Juliana Morgado Regular
Maya Booth Patrícia Carolino Regular
Melânia Gomes Vânia Tavares Regular
Mikaela Lupu Sofia Fontes Regular
Nuno Nunes Inspetor Mota Recurring Regular
Núria Madruga Felipa Ferreira da Costa Lancastre Regular
Patrícia Tavares Lígia Neto Regular
Pedro Granger Afonso Varela Regular
Pedro Lamares Frederico Varela Guest
Pedro Teixeira Gonçalo Pereira Regular
Rita Salema Guilhermina Fontes «Guigui» Regular
Rodrigo Paganelli Dinis Martins Varela Regular
Sabri Lucas Padre Francisco Regular
Sandra Faleiro Carolina Ferreira da Costa Lancastre Regular
Simone Santos Nicole Regular
Sofia Aparício Adelaide Carla Pires Regular
Vítor Silva Costa Joaquim António Pires «Quitó» Regular
João Perry Jacinto Mendes Regular
Maria de Lourdes Norberto Ann Blumm Regular
Fernanda Lapa Amália Recurring
Maria do Céu Guerra Lucrécia Alves Regular
Nicolau Breyner (†) Edmundo Gaspar Guest

(†) Deceased actor

Children[edit]

Actor Character Season
1 2
André Carvalho Jaime Mendes (Jaiminho) Regular
Isabel Sousa Muzima Xavier Regular
? Clara Mendes Varela (Clarinha) Regular

References[edit]

  1. ^ "'A Impostora'. Projeto ambicioso na despedida de Nicolau Breyner" (in Portuguese). Retrieved December 20, 2016.