Impostor (TV series)

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Precious Hearts Romances Presents:
Genre Drama
Created by Martha Cecilia
Directed by Jerome Chavez Pobocan
Starring Sam Milby
Maja Salvador
Melai Cantiveros
Jason Francisco
Precious Lara Quigaman[1]
Opening theme Kung Ako Na Lang Sana by Vina Morales
Country of origin Philippines
Original language(s) Filipino, Tagalog, English
No. of episodes 90
Executive producer(s) Mark Anthony Gile
Location(s) Philippines
Running time 30-45 minutes
Original network ABS-CBN
Picture format NTSC (480i) SDTV
Original release May 17 (2010-05-17) – September 17, 2010 (2010-09-17)
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Impostor is the 11th installment of the Precious Hearts Romances Presents series. The series stars Sam Milby and Maja Salvador. This is about people who got into an accident and end up changing faces.[2][3][4][5][6]


The story revolves around a young province woman named Devin. Devin believes that she was given an unusual face that no man would ever want. She envies women such as Mariz who is unhappily married to Anthony, who is her crush. Little does Devin know that Popoy, her childhood friend, has feelings for her. One day, both Devin and Mariz are involved in the same car accident. Mariz dies while Devin is able to live. Devin was given a choice to be able to live by a plastic surgeon named Monique Benitez, but in the face of Mariz. Devin agreed and was implanted with Mariz's face.

Devin is now confused on how to live her new life after leaving Popoy and her poor life behind and starting a new life with a new beautiful face with the man of her dreams.


Main cast[edit]

Supporting Cast[edit]

Guest Cameo[edit]

  • Gerard Pizzaras as Mariz and Monique's Father
  • Gee-Ann Abrahan as Mariz and Monique's Mother
  • Jairus Aquino as Young Anthony
  • Phebe Kay Arbontante as Young Mariz
  • Cherry Lou as Young Valeria Florencio
  • Arnold Reyes as Young Alejandro Florencio
  • Manuel Chua as Young Valeria Florencio's lover
  • Melai Cantiveros (2nd girl) as Liza (appeared at the last episode)

Awards and nominations[edit]

Impostor earned a gold medal for the Best Telenovela Category in the International Emmy Awards, along with Argentina's Contra las Cuerdas, Brazil's Destiny River and Portugal's Lacos de Sangue.[9]

See also[edit]