Hasta que el dinero nos separe

Hasta que el dinero nos separe is a Mexican telenovela premiered on Canal de las Estrellas on June 29, 2009, and concluded on May 16, 2010. The series is created and produced for Televisa by Emilio Larrosa, based on the Colombian telenovela Hasta que la plata nos separe written by Fernando Gaitán. It stars Pedro Fernández and Itatí Cantoral as the titular characters.[1]

Hasta que el dinero nos separe
Created byEmilio Larrosa
Based onHasta que la plata nos separe
by Fernando Gaitán
Written by
  • Ramón Larrosa
  • Ricardo Barona
  • Saúl Pérez Santana
Directed by
  • Víctor Fouilloux
  • Emilio Larrosa
Creative directorIgnacio Lebrija
Music byCarlos Páramo
Opening theme"Hasta que el dinero nos separe" by Pedro Fernández
Country of originMexico
Original languageSpanish
No. of episodes231
Executive producerEmilio Larrosa
ProducerArturo Pedraza
CinematographyÁngeles Márquéz
  • Juan Alfredo Villareal
  • Mauricio Cortés
  • Norma Ramírez
Camera setupMulti-camera
Production companyTelevisa
DistributorTelevisa Internacional
Original networkCanal de las Estrellas
Picture formatNTSC (480i)
Audio formatStereophonic sound
Original releaseJune 29, 2009 (2009-06-29) –
May 16, 2010 (2010-05-16)
Preceded byUn gancho al corazón
Followed byLlena de amor
RelatedHasta que la plata nos separe

The series received several awards in the 28th TVyNovelas Awards for Best Telenovela of the Year, Best Actress, and Best Actor.


The main character is Rafael Medina; he meets Alejandra Álvarez del Castillo when he crashes in to her car and sends it over the side of the road. He takes her to a hospital where he tells the doctors he is her husband for fear of getting thrown in jail for causing the accident. However, the situation worsens when Alejandra's boyfriend, Marco, shows up at the hospital and has Rafael arrested. In exchange for his freedom, Rafael has to pay for the damage he caused, thus he is forced to find a job so that he is able to pay the outrageous sum of money.

Alejandra makes a deal with Rafael and hires him to work in Autos Siglo so he can pay her back. Rafael immediately falls in love with her, but he has a girlfriend Vicky who is determined to marry Rafael even though he might not feel the same. Lucky for her, she has two older brothers and her dad, who own and work in a butcher shop, often intimidating Rafael to make sure Vicky gets what she wants.

After a series of events, Alejandra and Rafael both realize that they are in love with each other. The most memorable events include a party in Juchitepec, their trip to Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco, and of course their daily interaction at Autos Siglo. Many try to keep them apart, especially Vicky and Marco. However, both Vicky and Marco have cheated on their significant others. Marco does not love Alejandra, but wants to marry her for her money and hacienda, which is one of the most beautiful in the country.

After several events, another woman, named Marian Celeste, makes her appearance and eventually falls in love with Rafael. She tries to make him fall in love with her; she even goes as far as to wear a sexy bikini to seduce Rafael and help him gain clients at Autos Siglo. After many problems, love triumphs as Rafael and Alejandra get married. Together they get back to the now recovered house of los Alvarez del Castillo, which had been lost as a side effect of one of Marco's schemes to keep Alejandra and Rafael apart, and Rafael serenades Alejandra with the song that brought them together in Juchitepec.


Main CastEdit

  • Pedro Fernández as Rafael Medina Nuñez / Manuel Rivera
  • Itatí Cantoral as Lic. Alejandra Álvarez del Castillo Fernández
  • Víctor Noriega as Lic. Marco Valenzuela "El Abogaducho"
  • Luz Elena González as Victoria "Vicky" de la Parra "La Pajarita"
  • Carlos Cámara as Lic. Francisco Beltrán
  • Sergio Corona as Don Jorge Álvarez del Castillo
  • Rodrigo Vidal as Jaime del Rincón
  • Lalo "El Mimo" as Vicente Chávez Méndez / Benjamín Rosas "La Rata"
  • Sergio DeFassio as Ismael Dueñas "El Bebe"
  • Harry Geithner as Edgar Marino "El Zorro"
  • Carlos Bonavides as Ramiro Jiménez "El Ay Dios Mío"
  • Joana Benedek as Lic. Marian Celeste
  • Frances Ondiviela as Rosaura Suárez De la Grana "La Casada"
  • Diana Golden as Isabel Duarte "La Generala"
  • Carlos Ignacio as Germán Ramírez Betancourt "El Teorico"
  • Claudia Troyo as Susana Hadad "La Nonista"
  • Érika García as Julieta Medina Nuñez
  • Malillany Marín as Claudia Bermudez "La Buenota"
  • Héctor Sandarti as Nelson Jóse Ospina "El Dandy"
  • Ana Bekoa as Rubí
  • Alberto Loztín as Efraín Zetina
  • Ferdinando Valencia as “El Rizos”
  • Agustín Arana as Daniel Zepeda de los Monteros Quintana
  • Gaby Ramirez as Ovidia “Ovi”
  • Pedro Weber "Chatanuga" as Don Gastón de la Parra
  • Norma Lazareno as Doña Rosario Álvarez del Castillo
  • Leticia Perdigón as Doña Leonor Núñez de Medina
  • Carmen Salinas as Doña Arcadia Alcalá Vda. del Rincón

Also as MainEdit

  • Ana Bekoa as Rubí
  • Pablo Cheng as Bugambilia
  • Eric Prats as Samuel Ocampo “Sr. Cabello”
  • Julio Vega as Amador
  • Rudy Casanova as Tadeo
  • Ricardo Guerra as José Tomás Moreno “Pepeto”
  • Roberto Mikel as Francisco de la Parra
  • Fernando Manzano as Felipe de la Parra
  • Ingrid Marie Rivera as Milagros Valtierra
  • Alfredo Alfonso as Enrique Quintana
  • Anghel as Elvira Jimenez
  • Marisela Arriola as Suegra de Jimenez
  • Roberto Tello as Juan Tovar "El Trapito"
  • Sofia Tejeda as Azucena
  • Elizabeth Aguilar as Doña Dolores Sansores
  • Horacio Beamonte as El Gran Brujo Mololongo
  • Marco Uriel as Lic. Humberto Urdiales
  • José Antonio Iturriaga as Rendón
  • Zoila Quiñonez as Ramirez's mother
  • Mario Casillas as Don Ignacio Rubiales “El Camarón
  • Gisella Aboumrad as Janet

Special participationEdit

Awards And NominationsEdit

Year Award Category People Result
2010 28th TVyNovelas Awards Best Telenovela Of The Year Emilio Larrosa Won
Best Actress Itati Cantoral Won
Best Actor Pedro Fernández Won
Best Leading Actress Carmen Salinas Nominated
Best Female Revelation Malillany Marín Nominated
Best Original Story or Adaptation Fernando Gaitán and Emilio Larrosa — Hasta que el dinero nos separe Nominated
Best Direction Of The Cameras Luis Monroy - Hasta que el dinero nos separe Nominated
Best Musical Theme "Hasta que el dinero nos separe" — Pedro FernándezHasta que el dinero nos separe Nominated
Premios Bravo Best Female Actress Itati Cantoral Won
Best Female Revelation Malillany Marín Won
Premios People en Español Best Telenovela Hasta que el dinero nos separe Won
Best Refrit Hasta que el dinero nos separe Nominated
Best Actor Pedro Fernández Nominated
Best Revelation Of The Year Luz Elena González Nominated
Best Couple Itati Cantoral And Pedro Fernández Won


  1. ^ Hasta que el dinero nos separe (Romance), 2010-01-18, retrieved 2022-05-05

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