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Más que amor, frenesí

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Más que amor, frenesí
GenreTelenovela
Romance
Drama
Created byCésar Miguel Rondón
Mónica Montañés
Directed byCarlos Izquierdo
StarringWanda D´ Isidoro
Mario Cimarro
Jean Carlos Simancas
Gigi Zancheta
Opening theme"Frenesi" by Oscar D'León
Country of originVenezuela
Original languageSpanish
No. of episodes105 [1]
Production
Executive producerDayan Coronado
Production locationCaracas
Running time41-44 minutes
Production companyVenevisión
DistributorVenevisión International
Release
Original networkVenevisión
Original releaseMarch 27 (2001-03-27) –
August 24, 2001 (2001-08-24)
Chronology
Preceded byAmantes de luna llena
Followed byGuerra de mujeres

Mas que Amor... Frenesi (More than Love... Frenzy) is a 2001 Venezuelan telenovela that was produced by and aired on Venevisión. It had a total of 105 episodes and was distributed internationally.

Synopsis

Mas que Amor... Frenesi tells the story about characters that we might find anywhere, in a supermarket, in a shopping center in Caracas, just about anywhere in any city. This group of adults who love each other with a frenzy and for that reason their relationships become too complex for them to love each other. Their daily lives, their struggles to achieve their dreams drive the plot to the point where it elicits audience laughter... or tears. There are several love stories – different, complex, sweet, some not so fortunate, lived and suffered by people who in spite of their pain never stop seeing a new day as a new opportunity in their lives, and things will work out.

Cast

  • Wanda D' Isidoro as Virginia Fajardo
  • Mario Cimarro as Santiago Guerrero
  • Jean Carlo Simancas as Orestes Lara
  • Carolina Perpetuo as Mercedes Fajardo de Lopez
  • Denise Novell as Consuelo "Chelo" Pacheco
  • Gigi Zancheta as Hada Marina Fajardo de Pimentel
  • Rafael Romero as Abelardo Pimentel
  • Ana Karina Casanova as Carmela Crespo
  • Yanis Chimaras as Pompeyo Lopez
  • Raul Amundaray as Tadeo Guerrero
  • Margarita Ortega as Maria Patricia Mendoza
  • Isabel Moreno as Corazon
  • Herminia Martinez as Perpetua de Fajardo
  • Elizabeth Morales as Socorro Angulo
  • Cristina Obin as La Gran Betancourt
  • Martha Carbillo as Justina
  • Jose Torres as Pio
  • Pedro Lander as Marco Tulio Bracamonte
  • Ramon Hinojosa as Tapia
  • Rolando Padilla as Preston Echevarria
  • Victor Rentroya as Norton
  • Johanna Morales as Nubis Mayo
  • Adelaida Mora as Belinda
  • Reinaldo Jose Perez as Casto Manuel
  • Maritza Bustamante as Maria Fernanda Lopez Fajardo
  • Daniel Elbitar as Alberto Jose "Tito" Rodriguez Pacheco
  • Deyalith Lopez as Jennifer
  • Victor Hernandez as Serafín
  • Candy Montesinos as Ana
  • Cesar Roman Bolivar as Pablo
  • Kimberly Dos Ramos as Anastasia "Taty" Lara Fajardo
  • Lenin Dos Ramos as Rodrigo Pimentel Fajardo
  • Cindy Carol Da Silva as Alejandra Pimentel Fajardo
  • Jose Manuel Moreno Suarez as Fernando Jose "Nandito" Lopez Pacheco
  • Rocio Bastidas as Rafaela
  • Jenny Valdez as Xiolimar
  • Mario Brito as Chicho
  • Monica Pereda as Samira
  • Frank Mendez as Camacaro
  • Juan Galeno as Jacinto
  • Maritza Adames as Lopez
  • Jean Paul Leroux as Chacon
  • Ana Massimo as Clarita
  • Carmen Francia as Clemencia
  • Asdrubal Blanco as Edisson
  • Juan Frankis as Anselmo Lander/Carterito
  • Vicente Tepedino as Teodoro
  • Chony Fuentes as Pepita Pacheco

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