MundoAndino Home : Andes Venezuela Guide at Mundo Andino

Amanda Sabater

Amanda Sabater (1989) was a Venezuelan telenovela that was produced by and seen on Venezuela's Radio Caracas Television. It was written by Ibsen Martinez and Salvador Garmendia. Maria Auxiliadora Barrios and Raul Licausi were its producers and Gabriel Walfenzao was its director. This telenovela lasted 167 episodes and was distributed internationally by RCTV International.


The beautiful city of Rio Grande belongs to the wealthy landowner Gregorio Sabater. His daughter, Amanda Sabater, is deeply in love with Arsenio Cuevas, and they are engaged to be married. Amanda knows only her father's goodness and is unaware of this insidious activities. And her love for Arsenio has blinded her to the truth that her cousin Ana Belen is his lover. Ivan Moros, born in Rio Grande, left the city when he was a child. He returns and changes the lives of everyone. When Amanda meets Ivan she is strangely attracted to him, but only after a terrible turn of events does she come to know Ivan as her true love. In preparing for the wedding of Amanda and Arsenio, her father draws up a legal contract that waives Arsenio's rights to Amanda's wealth. Although Arsenio signs the document, he later abandons Amanda at the altar on their wedding day. Amanda is deeply hurt by Arsenio's rejection. She suffers an emotional breakdown and assumes a completely different personality. A series of shattering events and high passions shake the Sabater's city. Ivan Moros loves Amanda so much that he endures the scorn she feels for him - as he fights to win her love.


Maricarmen Regueiro as Amanda Sabater

Flavio Caballero as Ivan Moros

Kristina Lilley as Ivana

Jose Daniel Bort as Pierre

Karl Hoffman as Padre Gilberto

Carlos Marquez as Gregorio Sabater

Carolina Perpetuo as Wilma Marino

Rosario Prieto as Morgana

Francis Romero as Caridad

Gabriel Fernandez as Arsenio Cuevas

See also

List of famous telenovelas

External links

Amanda Sabater at the Internet Movie Database

Didn't find what you were looking for.
Need more information for your travel research or homework?
Ask your questions at the forum about Venezuelan telenovelas or help others to find answers.

This article is licensed under the GNU Free Documentation License. It uses material from the Wikipedia article Amanda Sabater

Disclaimer - Privacy Policy - 2009