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Suave Veneno (English title: Mild Poison) is a Brazilian telenovela produced and aired on TV Globo in January 18 to September 18, 1999, in time from 21 hours, a total of 209 chapters. It was written by Aguinaldo Silva
Aguinaldo Silva
with help of Angela Carneiro, Maria Helena Nascimento, Felipe Miguez, Fernando Rebello and Marilia Garcia. The telenovela was directed by Marcos Schechtman, Alexandre Avancini and Moacyr Goes with the general direction of Ricardo Waddington, Marcos Schechtman and core Ricardo Waddington and Daniel Filho. It was played by TV Globo International in 2007 with a total of 140 chapters. There were 130 episodes of the version shown on Portuguese television. Featured José Wilker, Glória Pires, Irene Ravache, Letícia Spiller, Patrícia França, Ângelo Antônio, Luana Piovani, Tarcísio Filho, Vanessa Lóes, Nívea Maria, Betty Faria
Betty Faria
and Rodrigo Santoro
Rodrigo Santoro
in lead roles in the plot.

Contents

1 Plot 2 Cast 3 Awards and nominations 4 References 5 External links

Plot[edit] The employer Valdomiro Cerqueira hit the young Inês, who, after the accident, lost her memory. Valdomiro indebted to the girl alone and without a past, takes her to live in his house until their situation is restored. The family received coldly and with suspicion: his wife, Eleonor, and their three daughters, Maria Regina, Maria Antonia and Márcia Eduarda. And what ends up happening feared: the compromise between Valdomiro and Inês, causing the separation of him and Eleonor and fury of Maria Regina, Inês sees as an intruder and a threat to the family fortune. Maria Regina clashes with her father in a bitter struggle for power in "Marmoreal", a company founded and chaired by Valdomiro. Cast[edit]

Actor/Actriz Person

José Wilker Waldomiro Cerqueira

Irene Ravache Eleonor Bergantes de Cerqueira

Glória Pires Maria Inês/ Lavínia de Alencar Cerqueira

Letícia Spiller Maria Regina Bergantes de Cerqueira e Figueira

Patrícia França Clarisse Ribeiro

Ângelo Antônio Adelmo de Alencar

Tarcísio Filho Augusto Ivan

Kadu Moliterno Álvaro Figueira

Rodrigo Santoro Eliseu Vieira

Luana Piovani Marcia Eduarda Bergantes de Cerqueira

Betty Faria Carlota Valdez

Diogo Vilela Uálber Canhedo

Nívea Maria Emiliana (Nana)

Léa Garcia Selma Ribeiro

Nuno Leal Maia Felisberto Morel (Gato)

Vanessa Lóes Maria Antonia Bergantes de Cerqueira Coelho

Deborah Secco Marina Canhedo

Ilva Niño Maria José da Silva (Zezé)

Mariah da Penha Lucilene Barbosa da Silva

Sérgio Viotti Alceste Bergantes

Jorge Dória Genival Canhedo

Eva Todor Maria do Carmo Canhedo

Nelson Xavier Fortunato

Ana Rosa Geni (Geninha)

Fúlvio Stefanini Marcelo Barone

Rodrigo Faro Renildo

Nívea Stelmann Eliete

Luiz Carlos Tourinho Edilberto

Totia Meirelles Matilde

Heitor Martinez Claudionor

Samara Felippo Gilvânia

Matheus Rocha Leonardo

Daniela Faria Adriana

Cecília Dassi Patrícia Cerqueira Figueira (Patty)

Vinícius de Oliveira Júnior

Ivan Cândido Sandoval

Elias Andreato Clóvis

Tuca Andrada Antônio

Guilherme Corrêa Heitor

Tácito Rocha Dr. Faria

Luís Antônio Pillar Dr. Cláudio

Awards and nominations[edit] Troféu Imprensa[1]

Best Telenovela
Telenovela
– Nomination Best Actress – Letícia Spiller
Letícia Spiller
– Nomination

Prêmio Extra de Televisão[2]

Best Actress – Letícia Spiller Revelation of the Year – Luiz Carlos Tourinho

References[edit]

^ " Troféu Imprensa – Vencedores". Uol (in Portuguese). Retrieved 2012-03-11.  ^ "Jornal Extra - Globo.com". Jornal Extra (in Portuguese). Retrieved 2012-03-11. 

External links[edit]

Suave Veneno in "Memória Globo" (in

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