Sabor a ti (telenovela)

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Sabor a ti
Genre Telenovela
Created by Ligia Lezama
Benilde Avila
Written by Ligia Lezama
Benilde Avila
Abigail Truchess
Manuel Mendoza
Directed by Carlos Izquierdo
Creative director(s) Arquímedes Rivero
Starring Ana Karina Manco
Miguel de León
Astrid Carolina Herrera
Guillermo Pérez
Juan Carlos Vivas
Theme music composer Roque Valero
Opening theme "Vengo a contrar contigo" by Roque Valero
Country of origin Venezuela
Original language(s) Spanish
No. of episodes 153
Production
Executive producer(s) Sandra Rioboó
Producer(s) Alejandro León
Isabel de Acevedo
Running time 41-44 minutes
Production company(s) Venevisión International
Release
Original network Venevisión
Original release August 24, 2004 – February 15, 2005
Chronology
Preceded by Cosita Rica
Followed by El amor las vuelve locas

Sabor a ti is a Venezuelan telenovela written by Ligia Lezama and Benilde Avila which was produced by Venevisión between 2004 and 2005.[1] The series was distributed internationally by Venevisión International.[2][3]

Ana Karina Manco and Miguel de León starred as the main protagonists while Astrid Carolina Herrera, Guillermo Pérez and Julio Alcázar starred as the antagonists.[4]

Plot[edit]

Leonardo Lombardi (Miguel de León) is a successful engineer who returns from a business trip only to find his beloved wife Raiza (Astrid Carolina Herrera) in bed with his best friend Federico (Juan Carlos Vivas). This breaks Leonardo's heart, making him become a bitter man who is distrustful of women.

Meanwhile, Miranda (Ana Karina Manco) is a medical student who is forced to give up her medical pediatrician studies in order to help out her family which is experiencing economic problems, to the point that they are about to be evicted from the building where they live. It is through this way that she meets Leonardo, whose wealthy family owns the building where Miranda lives. Leonardo offers Miranda a job in his house as the caretaker of his two children and ailing grandfather.

Life for Miranda at the Lombardi mansion becomes difficult as she has to deal with Leonardo's bitterness, his sister-in-law's Fabiana's cruelty toward's her, and the insults of Raiza, who returns to her matrimonial home to manipulate Leonardo by using their daughter's emotional problems in order to try and win him back. The only support and care she receives while in the mansion are from Salvador, Leonardo's grandfather and his two children, Carlitos and Karina. After a while, Leonardo begins to fall in love with Miranda after seeing her sweet, caring nature. However, in order for them to be happy, they will have to face the wrath of Raiza who sees Miranda as an obstacle to regaining her previous former happiness.[5]

Cast[edit]

Main[edit]

Also main[edit]

  • Sonia Villamizar as Fabiana Alarcón
  • Veronica Ortiz as Yajaira Martínez
  • Kassandra Tepper as Claudia
  • Milena Santander as Chela
  • Reina Hinojosa as Eloísa Lombardi
  • Patricia Schwarzgruber as Victoria Valladares "Vicky"
  • Bebsabe Duque as Ginet Alarcón
  • Claudia La Gatta as Cherryl
  • Umberto Buonocuore as Salvador Lombardi
  • Gerardo Soto as Alejandro Ferrer
  • Amilcar Rivero as Gregory
  • Francisco Ferrari as Padre Agustín
  • Rosalinda Serfaty as Andreína
  • Reinaldo José Pérez as Pedro García
  • Erika Schwarzgruber as Rina Lombardi
  • Pamela Djalil as Pamela
  • Lance Dos Ramos as Saúl Lombardi
  • Milena Torres as Corina
  • Michelle Naseff as Karina Lombardi Alarcón
  • Alejandro Rodríguez as Carlos "Carlitos" Lombardi Alarcón

References[edit]

  1. ^ "VENEVISION (2004), 153 capitulos Sabor A Ti". vencor.narod. Retrieved 2 April 2013. 
  2. ^ "Sabor a Ti". cisnerosmediadist.com. Retrieved 10 August 2017. 
  3. ^ "Venevision International en Africa". todotnv.com (in Spanish). Retrieved 10 August 2017. 
  4. ^ "Venevisión repone la telenovela “Sabor a ti”". informe21.com (in Spanish). Retrieved 10 August 2017. 
  5. ^ "Sabor a ti". series-telenovelas.com (in Spanish). Retrieved 2 April 2013. 

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