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Alma de hierro

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Alma de hierro
Created byAdrián Suar
Marcela Guerty
Ricardo Rodríguez
Written byXimena Suárez
Aída Guajardo
Marcela Guerty
Rosa Salazar Arenas
Iván Cuevas
Juan Pablo Balcázar
Directed byEric Morales
Xavier Romero
StarringAlejandro Camacho
Blanca Guerra
Jorge Poza
Adamari López
Alberto Estrella
Martha Julia
Rafael Inclán
Adrián Uribe
Opening theme"Alma de hierro" performed by Fonseca
Country of originMexico
Original languageSpanish
No. of episodes398 (original version)
197 (international version)
Executive producersGiselle González
Roberto Gómez Fernández
Production locationsFilming
Televisa San Ángel
Mexico City, Mexico
Mexico City, Mexico
CinematographyHéctor Márquez
Bernardo Nájera
Manuel Ángel Barajas
Luis Arturo Rodríguez
Camera setupMulti-camera
Running time21–22 minutes
Production companyTelevisa
Original release
NetworkCanal de las Estrellas
ReleaseFebruary 25, 2008 (2008-02-25) –
August 28, 2009 (2009-08-28)
Son de Fierro (2007)

Alma de hierro (English title: Soul of Steel) is a Mexican telenovela produced by Giselle González and Roberto Gómez Fernández for Televisa in 2008.[1] It is a remake of the Argentinian production Son de Fierro with the characters' names rewritten and adapted to the Mexican audience.

On February 25, 2008, Canal de las Estrellas started broadcasting Alma de hierro weekdays at 10:00pm, replacing Pasión. The last episode was broadcast on August 28, 2009 with Los exitosos Pérez replacing it the following day.

The telenovela stars Alejandro Camacho, Blanca Guerra, Jorge Poza, Adamari López, Alberto Estrella, Martha Julia, Rafael Inclán and Adrián Uribe.


The protagonists of this telenovela full of anecdotes and told in a comedic tone are the Hierro family. José Antonio Hierro (Alejandro Camacho), a good and friendly but excessively jealous man, whom even his wife calls by his last name, married Elena Jiménez (Blanca Guerra) 25 years ago and today they have three children: Sebastián (Jorge Poza), Sandy (Angelique Boyer) and Wicho (Eddy Vilard). They live decently thanks to the business that Hierro has built with his work: a delicatessen located in front of the house, where, in addition to Hierro and his family, also reside Mimicha (Luz María Aguilar) and Paty (Martha Julia), Elena's mother and sister, Angelito (Alberto Estrella), Hierro's brother, and Ezequiel (Adrián Uribe), whom Elena and Hierro picked up from the street and have cared for like another son.

Sebastián lost his sight at the age of ten, so Elena stopped teaching to help him adapt to his new life. Today he has a degree in History and teaches that subject at the high school that his brother, Wicho, attends. Renata (Zuria Vega), a charming and rebellious teenager, is also enrolled there.

Sandy is the pride of her father and studies Medicine, although she also has a vocation for dancing and showbiz. She knows that Hierro would never allow her to change her profession, but she has the support of her paternal grandfather, with whom Hierro has not spoken for 30 years, because he does not forgive him for discovering at age 40 that his sexual orientation had changed becoming gay and, at the same time, whitewashing the situation before his family and society which, in Hierro's eyes, was what caused the illness and death of his mother.

Wicho is an immature, rebellious and funny young man who doesn't know what he wants and feels that he is the one to whom nobody pays attention in the family.

Both Sebastián and Wicho fall in love with the same young woman: Renata Higareda, the rebellious teenager, who turns out to be the daughter of Saúl Higareda (Juan Verduzco), the man Elena was going to marry before meeting Hierro.

Saúl, although years later married another woman, could never forget her. Today he has returned to Mexico, divorced and with an important position in National Education, and he has called Elena to work alongside him because he is determined to get her back, no matter what he has to do to achieve it. He will even have to face the fact that Wicho has fallen in love like a fool with his daughter, Renata, while she has in turn fallen in love, and very sincerely, with the visually impaired Sebastián, Elena's other son.

Mimicha, being from a wealthy run-down family, has never resigned herself to the fact that her daughter, Elena, has married “a sausage maker” and she supports and encourages the rapprochement between Saúl and her. But when this becomes difficult, she decides that her younger daughter, Paty, will be the one who manages to win over the public official she wants as a son-in-law.

This complicates things and causes great pain for Angelito, who has fallen in love with Paty, whom he sees as his soul mate since neither of them has ever worked and they like to live at the expense of others: Paty, with her feminine charms and her high-born surname, and Angelito being a scoundrel particularly skilled at dealing, entanglement and deception that yield immediate profits.

Very soon Saúl's world is turned upside down with the emergence into his life of Elena's three children, in addition to the problems that Hierro will cause him while defending his marriage, because the Hierros know very well how to defend what they love.

The problem for the other two Hierro males is that they face their own blood: Hierro against Hierro for the love of Renata, forming an entertaining triangle that Rita (Adamari López), Sebastián's assistant, will break to win the love of the Professor, whom she obsessively adores.

The fate of the love triangles of youths and adults takes unexpected turns depending on the reactions and interventions of each of the Hierros, ending in a surprising outcome that will leave important lessons for each member of this family that truly has a Soul of Steel.[2]




Guest stars

Awards and nominations

Year Award Category Nominee Result
2008 TV Adicto Golden Awards Best Leading Actor Rafael Inclán Won
Best Character Design Alma de hierro Won
2009 27th TVyNovelas Awards[3] Best Telenovela Giselle González
Roberto Gómez Fernández
Best Actress Blanca Guerra Won
Best Actor Alejandro Camacho Won
Best Antagonist Actress Adamari López Nominated
Best Leading Actor Rafael Inclán Nominated
Best Co-lead Actress Alejandra Barros Nominated
Best Co-lead Actor Jorge Poza Won
Best Female Revelation Zuria Vega Won
Best Male Revelation Eddy Vilard Won
Best Original Story or Adaptation Adrián Suar
Ximena Suárez
Aída Guajardo
Best Direction Eric Morales
Xavier Romero
Best Direction of the Cameras Héctor Márquez
Bernardo Nájera
Bravo Awards[4] Best Telenovela Giselle González
Roberto Gómez Fernández
Best Actor Jorge Poza Won
Best Leading Actress Blanca Guerra Won
Best Leading Actor Alejandro Camacho Won
Best Female Revelation Zuria Vega Won
Best Child Performance Manzana Won
Best Adapted Screenplay Ximena Suárez
Aída Guajardo
People en Español Awards[5] Best Actress Blanca Guerra Nominated
Best Actor Alejandro Camacho Nominated
Surprise of the Year Jorge Poza Nominated
Zuria Vega Nominated
Best Remake Giselle González
Roberto Gómez Fernández
20th GLAAD Awards[6] Outstanding Telenovela Won


  1. ^ "Alma de hierro". Retrieved August 28, 2009.
  2. ^ "Alma De Hierro". (in Spanish). Retrieved 6 March 2024.
  3. ^ ""Reina 'Alma de Hierro' en la entrega de los premios TVyNovelas 2009"". Retrieved 2024-03-06.
  4. ^ "Todo Tnv Alma de Hierro Ganadora de los Premios Bravo". Archived from the original on 2017-10-06. Retrieved 2017-06-12.
  5. ^ "People en Español" - Lista de nominados
  6. ^ Glaad (Lista de Ganadores de la 20a Edición de los PREMIOS GLAAD: MARRIOTT MARQUIS EN NUEVA YORK, 28 de Marzo de 2009)

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