Yesenia (1987 telenovela)

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Genre Telenovela
Created by Yolanda Vargas Dulché
Written by Luis Reyes de la Maza
Directed by Julio Castillo
Starring Adela Noriega
Luis Uribe
Ofelia Guilmain
Rafael Baledón
Norma Herrera
Marisa De Lille
Noe Murayama
Opening theme Instrumental by Gonzálo Gavira
Country of origin Mexico
Original language(s) Spanish
No. of episodes 25
Executive producer(s) Irene Sabido
Running time 41-44 minutes
Production company(s) Televisa
Distributor Televisa
Original network Canal de las Estrellas
Original release January 10 – June 27, 1987
Followed by Tiempo de amar
Related shows Yesenia (1970)
Yesenia (1971)

Yesenia is a Mexican telenovela produced by Irene Sabido for Televisa in 1987. The protagonists of this telenovela were Adela Noriega and Luis Uribe, while Noe Murayama starred as antagonist.


Yesenia is a beautiful Roma woman who lives different situations in an aimlessly fixed way with the company of her caravan. In one of her many trips she meets a military man, Osvaldo Moncada, and falls in love with him.

They will have to prove that their love is stronger than their differences and social prejudice that separate them. One of the opponents of their relationship is Rashay, the patriarch of the Roma people, who opposes the relationship because the military youth does not belong to the Romani tribe.[1]


  • Adela Noriega as Yesenia
  • Luis Uribe as Osvaldo Moncada
  • Ofelia Guilmain as Magenta
  • Rafael Baledón as Don Julio
  • Norma Herrera as Marisela
  • Marisa De Lille as Luisita
  • Rosario Gálvez as Amparo
  • Raúl Román as Bardo
  • Mónica Miguel as Trifenia
  • Tony Carbajal as Ramón
  • Juan Carlos Bonet
  • Noe Murayama as El Patriarca Rashay
  • Héctor Tellez as Marko
  • Patricia Bernal as Orlanda
  • José Ángel García as Ernesto
  • Martha Zamora as Doña Casilda
  • Luis as Fabián
  • Rosario Zúñiga
  • Martha Papadimitrioli


Year Award Category Nominee Result
1987 5th TVyNovelas Awards Best Young Lead Actress Adela Noriega Nominated
Best Leading Actress Ofelia Guilmain


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