Morir dos veces

Morir dos veces
Genre Telenovela
Created by José Rendón
Written by Ximena Suárez
Alfonso Espinosa
Martha Carrillo
Directed by Alberto Cortés
Starring Carina Ricco
Eduardo Palomo
Manuel Landeta
Alejandra Ávalos
Susana Alexander
Irma Lozano
José Carlos Ruiz
Theme music composer Jorge Avendaño
Opening theme Morir dos veces by Manuel Mijares
Cuidarte el alma by Chayanne (only in United States)
Ending theme Morir dos veces by Manuel Mijares
Country of origin Mexico
Original language(s) Spanish
No. of episodes 55
Executive producer(s) José Rendón
Producer(s) Roberto Hernández Vázquez
Location(s) Filming
Televisa San Ángel
Mexico City, Mexico
Cinematography Jorge Miguel Valdés
Running time 41-44 minutes
Production company(s) Televisa
Distributor Televisa
Original network Canal de las Estrellas
Picture format 480i SDTV
Audio format Dolby Digital 5.1
Original release February 26 – May 10, 1996
Preceded by Lazos de Amor (20:00)
El premio mayor (19:00)
Followed by El premio mayor (20:00)
Canción de amor (19:00)
Related shows Mentir para vivir (2013)

Morir dos veces (English title: Die twice) is a Mexican telenovela produced by José Rendón for Televisa in 1996.[1]

On February 26, 1996, Canal de las Estrellas started broadcasting Morir dos veces weekdays at 8:00pm, replacing Lazos de Amor. The last episode was broadcast on May 10, 1996 with El premio mayor replacing it the following day.

Carina Ricco and Eduardo Palomo starred as protagonists, while Manuel Landeta and Alejandra Ávalos starred as antagonists.


Silvana is a housewife like any other, lives with her daughter Andrea and her husband Cristóbal, working together in a craft shop that Silvana got after his father died.

Cristóbal and Silvana passed through a bad phase, so they thought about divorcing but Silvana tries at all costs to save their marriage, unfortunately Silvana plans to keep his family vanish with the death of Cristóbal.

She does not understand how her husband so young, may have suffered from a heart attack. Cristóbal's body was still alive when Silvana finds him in his business and realizes that this has been ransacked.

After a while the mob began harassing the poor widow to collect five million dollars that her husband had stolen. Esteban Pizarro commander is in charge of the case and discover the links that Cristóbal had with the Mafia and drug trafficking.

Pizarro was suspected Silvana who actually killed Cristóbal to keep the money, making everyone believe he is innocent, so he tries to unmask approach her, but all he discovers is that is madly in love with her.

Even though everyone thinks that Cristóbal has died, the returns become an evil man willing to take revenge and destroy his wife and the commander Pizarro.


  • Carina Ricco as Silvana Ruiz
  • Eduardo Palomo as Esteban Pizarro
  • Manuel Landeta as Cristóbal Ruiz/Andrés Acosta
  • Alejandra Ávalos as Martha Luján
  • Susana Alexander as Beatriz
  • Irma Lozano as Carmen
  • José Carlos Ruiz as Orduña
  • José Elías Moreno as Aarón Zermeño
  • Javier Díaz Dueñas as Mauricio
  • Malena Doria as Mayra "Cuca"
  • Elizabeth Katz as Lucy
  • Jaime Garza as Sergio Terán
  • Octavio Galindo as Rubiano
  • Vanessa Bauche as Carla
  • Emely Faride as Yolanda
  • Jaime Lozano as Isaías
  • Luis Couturier as Enrique
  • Constanza Mier as Andrea Ruiz
  • Martha Ortiz as Gloria
  • Mónika Sánchez as Minerva
  • Ernesto Rivas as Nacho
  • Carlos Rotzinger as Fernando Robles
  • Fernando Sáenz as Víctor
  • Enrique Singer as Julio Tafoya
  • Jorge Victoria as Marcelino
  • Jacqueline Robynson as Nancy
  • María Dolores Oliva as La Chata
  • Gonzalo Sánchez as Nicolás
  • Susana González
  • Rodrigo Abed
  • Sabine Moussier as Paulette
  • Jorge Capin
  • Esteban Franco
  • Ángeles Balvanera
  • Francisco Chanes
  • Carlos Gusih
  • Rubén Morales
  • Ileana Pereira
  • Úrsula Muno
  • Jaime Vega
  • Ricardo Vera


  1. "Morir dos veces" (in Spanish). Archived from the original on September 11, 2011. Retrieved March 19, 2016.
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