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Amor gitano (TV series)

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Amor gitano
Written byMaría Eugenia Cervantes
Katia R. Estrada
Katia Rodríguez
Directed byPedro Damián
StarringAlejandro Camacho
Mariana Seoane
Mauricio Islas
Nailea Norvind
Opening themeAmor gitano by Carlos Enrique Iglesias
Country of originMexico
Original languageSpanish
No. of episodes55
Executive producerPedro Damián
ProducerGeorgina Castro
Production locationsFilming
Televisa San Ángel
Mexico City, Mexico
CinematographyCarlos Sánchez Ross
Running time41-44 minutes
Production companyTelevisa
Original release
NetworkCanal de las Estrellas
ReleaseMay 3 (1999-05-03) –
July 16, 1999 (1999-07-16)
La mujer de aquella noche (1969)
Amor gitano (1983)

Amor gitano (English: Gypsy love) is a Mexican telenovela produced by Pedro Damián for Televisa in 1999.[1] Is adapted the 1983 Argentinian telenovela Amor gitano original story by Delia González Márquez and the 1969 Puerto Rican telenovela La mujer de aquella noche original story by Olga Ruilopez.

On Monday, May 3, 1999, Canal de las Estrellas started broadcasting Amor gitano weekdays at 7:00pm, replacing Soñadoras. The last episode was broadcast on Friday, July 16, 1999 with Alma rebelde replacing it the following Monday.

It starred Alejandro Camacho, Mariana Seoane, Mauricio Islas and Nailea Norvind.


  • Mariana Seoane as Adriana Astolfi, Marquise of Astolfi, Countess of Farnesio, Countess of Minelli
  • Mauricio Islas as Renzo, Count of Minelli
  • Alejandro Camacho as Rodolfo Farnesio, Count of Farnesio
  • Nailea Norvind as Isa Valenti, Marquise of Astolfi
  • María Rubio as Isolda
  • Maya Mishalska as Astrid de Marnier, Countess of Marnier, Countess of Minelli, Dowager Countess of Minelli
  • Raquel Olmedo as Manina
  • Manuel Ojeda as Pedro Minelli, Count of Minelli
  • María Teresa Rivas as Aya Petra
  • Héctor Gómez as Bernal
  • Roberto Palazuelos as Claudio
  • Alberto Estrella as Jonás
  • Khotan as Humberto de Astolfi, Marquis of Astolfi
  • Susana González as Zokka
  • Ana Layevska as María
  • Valentino Lanús as Patricio
  • Juan Carlos Colombo as Martín
  • Mario Prudom as Renán
  • Humberto Yañez as Danilo
  • Rubén Cerda as Fray Quintín
  • Nuria Bages as Constanza de Astolfi, Dowager Marquise of Astolfi
  • Alec Von Bargen as Dino
  • Eduardo Arroyuelo as Daniel di Scarpa
  • Karla Albarrán as Aya
  • Iván Bronstein as Baltazar
  • Andrea García as Lucrecia
  • Sherlyn as Rosalinda
  • Adriana Acosta as Cleopatra
  • Gerardo Albarrán as Bernardo Le Baun
  • Héctor Sánchez as Orlando
  • Yadira Santana as Basiliza
  • Enrique Borja Baena as Santiago


Year Award Category Nominee Result
2000 18th TVyNovelas Awards Best Direction of the Cameras Pedro Damián
Carlos Sánchez Ross
Best Art Direction Mirsa Paz


  1. ^ "Amor gitano" (in Spanish). Archived from the original on September 11, 2011. Retrieved March 27, 2016.

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