Prófugas del destino

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Prófugas del Destino
Prófugas del destino logo.png
Created by Victor Agu
Developed by TV Azteca for Azteca Novelas
Directed by Mauricio Meneses
Pablo Gomez Saenz Ribot
Starring José Ángel Llamas
Gabriela Vergara
Theme music composer Jorge Avendaño Lührs
Opening theme "Ay amor"Performed by Claudia Sierra
Country of origin Mexico
Original language(s) Spanish
No. of episodes 139
Production
Executive producer(s) Mirna Ojeda
Producer(s) Rafael Urióstegui
Azteca Novelas: Alberto Santini Lara
Location(s) Mexico City
Camera setup Multi-camera
Running time 42 minutes
Release
Original network Azteca 13
Picture format HDTV, 1080i
Original release 22 September 2010 – 4 April 2011
Chronology
Preceded by Vidas Robadas
Followed by Emperatriz
External links
Website

Prófugas del Destino (Running from Destiny) is a Spanish-language telenovela produced by the Mexican television network TV Azteca. The stars and crews are mainly from Mujer Comprada.

Cast[edit]

Main casts[edit]

Cast Character Description
José Ángel Llamas José Luis Bermúdez
Gabriela Vergara Lola Victim of a terrible trap. She was betrayed by two of her most loved persons
Andrea Martí Bety In jail for admitting her sister's crime
Mayra Rojas Mariana She killed her husband because he was ill.
  • Armando Torrea ... Raúl Caballero
  • Fernando Ciangherotti ... Mario Fernández
  • Martin Navarrete... Marcelo Villar
  • Wendy de los Cobos ... Susana Fernández
  • Verónica Langer ... Rebeca Acuña
  • Roxana Chávez ... Sandra Mendoza
  • Guillermo Quintanilla ... José Maria Mendoza
  • Erick Chapa ... Pablo
  • Vanessa Ciangherotti ... Tina Varela
  • Lila Avilé ... Carla
  • Roberto Montiel ... Reynoso
  • Lissete Cuevas ... Matilde
  • Fidel Garrida ... Padre Jacinto
  • Gerardo Lama ... Ignacio
  • Cecilia Romo ... Madre Lourdes
  • Pascacio Lopez ... Rios
  • Carlos Torres-Torrija ... Polo
  • Francisco Porras ... Arevalo
  • Rodolfo Arias ... Eduardo Mendoza

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