Alcanzar una estrella II

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Alcanzar una estrella II
Genre Telenovela
Created by Carlos Enrique Aguilar
Carlos Diez
Directed by Marco Flavio Cruz
Manolo García
Starring Sasha Sokol
Ricky Martin
Angélica Rivera
Erik Rubin
Bibi Gaytán
Pedro Fernández
José Alonso
Opening theme Estrella de Ilusión by Zarabanda
Muñecos de Papel by Muñecos de papel
No Quiero Dejar De Brillar by Muñecos de papel
Country of origin Mexico
Original language(s) Spanish
No. of episodes 100
Production
Executive producer(s) Luis de Llano Macedo
Location(s) Mexico City, Mexico
Running time 41-44 minutes
Production company(s) Televisa
Distributor Televisa
Release
Original network Canal de las Estrellas
Original release January 21 – June 7, 1991
Chronology
Preceded by Cenizas y diamantes
Followed by Muchachitas
Related shows Alcanzar una estrella (1990)

Alcanzar una estrella II (English title: To reach a star II) is a Mexican telenovela produced by Luis de Llano Macedo for Televisa in 1991.[1] It is the sequel to Alcanzar una estrella.

Sasha Sokol, Ricky Martin, Angélica Rivera, Erik Rubín, Bibi Gaytan and Pedro Fernández starred as protagonists, while José Alonso, Silvia Pasquel and Eduardo Palomo starred as antagonists. Eduardo Capetillo and Mariana Garza starred as special participation.

Plot[edit]

Eduardo puts out a call to all of Mexico's youth to find members for his new musical group, Muñecos De Papel ("Paper Dolls"), but at the last minute he cancels everything to go on tour with his beloved Lorena. The group decides to forge ahead without Eduardo, and thus six young people get to live their dreams of achieving fame and fortune. The series addresses many problems facing today's youth in the anecdotes about the lives of the members of the band.

Cast[edit]

  • Sasha Sokol as Jessica Lascurain Conti
  • Ricky Martin as Pablo Loredo Muriel
  • Angélica Rivera as Silvana Vélez
  • Erik Rubín as Miguel Ángel Castellar
  • Bibi Gaytán as María del Mar "Marimar" Pérez
  • Pedro Fernández as Jorge Puente
  • José Alonso as Leonardo Lascurain
  • Silvia Pasquel as Paulina Muriel de Loredo
  • Otto Sirgo as Alejandro Loredo
  • Eduardo Palomo as Gabriel Loredo Muriel
  • Luis Gimeno as Don Odiseo Conti
  • Anel as Verónica Vélez
  • Angélica Ruvalcaba as Aurora Rueda
  • Oscar Traven as Roque Escamilla
  • Marcos Valdés as Amadeus Silva
  • Andrea Legarreta as Adriana Matresta del Castillo Lugo
  • Héctor Suárez Gomiz as Pedro Lugo
  • Daniel Martín as Joaquín de la Fuente
  • Alejandro Ibarra as René/Felipe Rueda (flashback scenes)
  • Lorena Rojas as Sara del Río
  • Gabriela Goldsmith as Cristina Carrillo
  • Dacia González as María de la Luz "Lucha" Rueda
  • Luis Bayardo as Gustavo Rueda
  • Carlos Monden as Servando
  • Ernesto Yáñez as Martín Negrete "El Colorado"
  • Mayra Rojas as Liliana Rojas
  • Octávio Galindo as Octavio de la Parra
  • Luis Couturier as Gonzalo Castellar
  • Rosángela Balbó as Mariana Castellar
  • María Prado as Clara de Puente
  • Pedro Weber "Chatanuga" as Ricardo Puente
  • Nancy Tamez as Trixi
  • Amara Villafuerte as Laura Vélez
  • Florencia Ferret as Claudia Loredo Muriel
  • Lina Santos as Lina
  • Paola Santoni as Beti
  • David Ostrosky as Roberto Uribe
  • Yuyú as Flora de Pérez
  • Polo Ortín as Anselmo Pérez
  • Marisa De Lille as Delfina
  • Sergio Sendel as Ricardo "Rico" Puente Jr.
  • Mary Paz Banquells as Ivonne
  • Benjamín Islas as Genaro
  • Germán Novoa as Carlos Rueda
  • Fernando Arau as Bernardo "Barrabas"
  • Ada Croner
  • Alejandra Israel
  • Sergio Jurado
  • Alexandra Loretto
  • Ricardo Mondragón
  • Beatriz Monroy
  • René Quiroz
  • Tito Resendiz
  • Wanda Seux as Lucrecia Magaña/Layla Soraya
  • Óscar Vallejo as Gaspar "Gasparin" Silva
  • Marisol Santacruz as Shubanely Silva
  • José Luis Salazar as Pedro Lugo del Castillo
  • Eduardo Capetillo as Eduardo Casablanca
  • Mariana Garza as Lorena Gaitán Roca/Melissa

Soundtrack[edit]

Awards[edit]

Year Award Category Nominee Result
1992 10th TVyNovelas Awards Best Co-lead Actor Otto Sirgo Won

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Alcanzar una estrella II" (in Spanish). alma-latina.net. Archived from the original on September 11, 2011. Retrieved February 20, 2016. 

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