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Storyline

Yo Soy Bea is a Spanish series loosely based on the original Colombian telenovela Yo Soy Betty La Fea. In the Spanish version, the lead actress, Bea (short for Beatriz) is shy, homely, but very intelligent and sweet. Despite her homely and mousy looks, because of her brilliant resume, she is given a job as the secretary of the Director General of Bulevar 21, a trendy fashion magazine. She inevitably falls in love with her boss, Alvaro Aguilar, a very attractive, wealthy young man with two major flaws. His suave and charismatic personality and dashing good looks makes him irresistible to most women, and he will not hesitate to seduce them, in spite of having an official girlfriend, Cayetana, who is also the contents director at the magazine. Alvaro is also a compulsive liar, a mechanism he uses to escape from the numerous awkward situations he puts himself in. Alvaro's chief rival is Cayetana's brother, Diego. Diego persistently plots to have Alvaro removed as General Director of the magazine and to take over his job by sabotaging Alvaro's plans for the magazine's expansion. As a consequence of a debt he incurs and in order to keep Diego from taking over the Magazine's capital, Alvaro decides to set up a fake firm, headed by his secretary, Bea, and to move all of the Magazine's capital into this firm. But, in order to keep Bea on his side, and to continue to accept a situation she knows is illegal, he preys on her affection for him, and pretends that he has fallen in love with her. Bea eventually finds out that her relationship with Alvaro has not been real, and broken-hearted ends their affair. But, Alvaro has become a victim of his own plot, and has actually really fallen in love with Bea. The Spanish version differs from the original Colombian version in that the story of secondary characters is more deeply developed, which inevitably has made the series about three times longer than the original version. The plot line dealing with the rivalry between Alvaro and Diego is extended. Bea is arrested, but Alvaro strikes a deal with his rival to gain her release in exchange for his shares in the business. In the end, it is Alvaro that ends up in jail, albeit briefly. By the time of his release, however, Bea, believing that Alvaro had always used her, has decided to give Nacho, an attractive attorney that works for Bulevar 21, an opportunity to help her forget her past. The colorful cast of secondary characters, including Barbara, Cayetana's sexy bombshell but air-headed best friend, Santi, Bea's geeky best friend, Gonzalo, Alvaro's best friend, who happens to only get him into more trouble, Sandra, Cayetana's sister, who has had so much plastic surgery she is known as the "transformer", and Richard, the magazine's arrogant creative gay photographer, makes for amusing situations and subplots. But, the chemistry between the lead characters, Bea and Alvaro, who have been a real life couple since almost the beginning of the series, is perhaps he most appealing thing about this Spanish telenovela.

Country: Spain

Type: scripted

Status: Ended

Language: Spanish

Release Date: July 10, 2006

Also Known As: Yo soy Bea

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Company Credits

Production Co: Fremantle Media International, Grundy ProduccionesR.C.N., Telecinco |  See more »

Cast

Luis Giménez
Karlos Sastre
Lucas Ferraro
Luis García
as Profesor Soriano
Raquel Navamuel
as Yuma
Felipe Cabrera
Carlota Frisón
Pilar Torriente
Raúl Tejón
as Carlos
Álex Adróver
as Roberto Vázquez
Manuel Feijóo
as Giorgio (2008)
Ana Milán
as Sandra de la Vega
Andy Fukutome
as Akira
Ángeles Martín
as Chali
Maggie Civantos
Alejandra Lorente
as Tania
Carola Baleztena
José Montó
Raquel Meroño
as Isabel Rocamora
Carlos Manzanares
Amanda Marugán
as Paula
José Carlos Tornadijo
Berta de la Dehesa
as Jimena Fernández
Cristina Fenollar
as Doris
Montse Mostaza
as Érika
Olga Velasco
Maialen Fenández
María del Mar López
Alexis Santana
as Fotógrafo
Laura Manzanedo
as Amaya
Norma Ruíz Izquierdo
Juan Lombardero
as Francisco Aguilar
Carlos Pontini
as Doctor
José María Sacristán
as Olarte
Gabriel Ramón
Carmela Lloret
as Mariví
Verónica Bagdasarian
Julia Limonchi
Biel Ramon
Mara Blanco
Jaime Puerta
as Roberto
Pablo Paz
as Felipe
Manuel Sánchez
as Ignacio Grajera
Jorge Ventosa
Chules Piñango
Rafa Miragall
as Doctor
Carlos Manuel Díaz
as Daniel Echegaray Sr.
Aïtana Novau
as Mónica
Lucca Bonarey
as Giovanni/Giovanni Malatesta
Rafa Alarcón
Carlos L. Buendia
as Self
Luis Gaspar
as Teofilo Martín
Agustín Galiana
Janfri Topera
Nacho Castro
Alfonso Mendiguchía
as Manolo Blassi
Arturo Briones
as Ernesto
Araceli Vara
Gor Ortega
as Pablo J. Ramírez
Ángela Fuente
Paloma Montero
as Raquel
Ángela Encinar
Miguel Hermoso Arnao
as Diego de la Vega
Jesús Vázquez
as Alan Vázquez
Iván Luis
Antonio Caro
Fernando Moraleda
as Abogado Covarruvias
Borja Luna
Jorge Casalduero
as Sargento
Enrique Anaut
Eva Higueras
as Andrea Benavente
Sharay Fernández
as Graciela
Ignacio Rosado
Juan Alberto López
Jesús Amate
Vicente Ayala
Israel Rodríguez
as Jota López
Mauricio Bautista
as Benjamín
José Manuel Seda
as Gonzalo de Soto
Rosario Santesmases
Rosa Vivas
as Esther
Joaquín Tejada
as Efraim Gómez
Lidia San José
Matías Gotor
Paula Jimenez García
Tomás Calleja
Maribel Luis
Luis Lorenzo Crespo
David Arnaiz
as Richard de Castro
Esperanza De la Vega
Blanca Martínez
as Madre de Nacho
Julio Vélez
as Claudio Luque
Alberto Ávila
Santiago García
as Bombero
Carolina Cañada
as Teresa Trigo
Voro Tarazona
as Daniel Echegay Sr.
Macarena Abad
as Nanny
Emma Aguirre
Néstor Álvarez
Rebeca Badía
as Noelia Abad
Amaranta Osorio
as Débora Solano
Boris Izaguirre
as Self
Elvira Lomba
as Katia
Alessandra Streignard
as Sabela Marcos
Bosco Fernández
Silvia Medina
Sara Marian
as Sara
Carlos Moreno
Ken Appledorn
as Ejecutivo Inglés
Sonia Lázaro
Rafael de la Cueva
Ismael Fritschi
as Mustang Sally
Aure Sánchez
as Benito Lozano
Manuel Tallafé
as Drake
Enrique Sequero
Francisco Salvatierra
as Portero del colegio
Rafael Martín
as Ginés, padre de Roberto
Carlos Martínez
as Julio
Carla Campra
as Paloma
José Ángel Capelo
Bruno Squarcia
as Alejo Gómez de Beltrán
Enric Esteve
Miguel Rey
Gustavo Galindo
Jerónimo Ramos
Fernando Ustarroz
as Juez Galván
Malú
as Malú
Valeria Vereau
as Estela Tarragona
Vicente Gil
as Fernando Cortés
Luis Pérez
Antonio Navarro
as El Anguila
Jox Berasategui
Julieta Venegas
as Self
Pilar Valero
Sofía Monreal
as Puri
Didier Roussel
Rafael Alarcón
Victoria Ruiz
Francisco Garvín
as Párroco
Tonya San Francisco
César Lucendo
Pablo Martín
as Rafael
María Morales
as Juani
Manel Castillejos
Cyntia Valderrábano
as Montse
Alberto Vázquez
as Don Joaquín
Belise Domínguez
as Virginia Olsen
Tony Fuentes
Il Divo
as Themselves
Susana Domínguez
as Merche
Luis Jiménez
Vicente Cuesta
as Carmelo Pérez
José Antonio Mauleón
as Antonio
Julio Espinosa
Silvia Álvarez
as Rosana
Miguel Sotodosos Cozar
as Amigo de Santi/Mensajero
Antonio Municio
as Paco
Carlos Olalla
Javier Laorden
Màrius Hernández
Manolo de Vega
Paco Salvatierra
Lola Acosta
Encarna Bandera
as Natasha
Paco Luque
Carlos Cabero
as Toni
Xabier Olza
Antonio Gómiz
Laura del Río
Lorena Santos
as Milena
Santiago Roldán
as Aníbal
Nerea Langa
Lilian Caro
as Julia
Luisa Fernanda Gaona
as Carmen
Mónica Estarreado
as Cayetana de la Vega
Emmanuel Esparza
as Nacho
Lucía Bravo
as Suegra de Jonathan
Jesús Esteban
Jesús Pérez
Manu Gainza
Adolfo Fernández
as Adolfo
Enrique Cazorla
Adrián Lastra
Darek
as Dariusz
Claudia Melo
as Piluca
Óscar Nagar
Francisco Matute
María José Goyanes
as Alicia Echegaray
Adrián Lamana
as Lolo de Castro
Javier Pérez
as Policia
Kiko
as Self
Luis Pérez Lázaro
Alicia Andújar
Patricia Montero
as Beatriz Berlanga Echegaray
Juan Carlos Villanueva
Carlos Colonia
Edgar Ochoa
Noelia Rosa
as Reme
Loreto Fajardo
as Tamara Halcón
José Carlos Barrientos
Carlos Vega
Pilar Sánchez
as Raimunda
Andrea Gara
as Kimberly
Rocío Peláez
as Adriana Luque
Óscar de la Fuente
Katia del Pino
as Valentina Vargas
Aarón Guerrero
as Marco Antonio
Andrés Arenas
Igor Luna
as Alonso
Juan Carlos Nieto
as Self
Joan Molina
Isabel Prinz
as Matilde
Tzeitel Rodríguez
as Eva Osorio
Diego Villena
Rubén Torres
Íñigo Navares
as Beckham
Mario Martín
as Fermín
Silvia Casanova
as Monja
Itahisa Machado
as Modigliani
Luca Bonadei
as Giovanni
Maribel Vitar
as Niñera
Christian Gálvez
as Christian Gálvez
Agustín Cabero
Cristina Serrato
as Lourdes
Esther Regina
as Antonia
Max Hausmann
Javier Garcimartín
Shara
as Self
Aurora Carbonell
José Luis Chavarría
Manuel Navarro
as Andrés Mataró
Claudio Belli
Leopoldo Ballesteros
Carla Calparsoro
as Diana
Natalia Marian
as Amanda
Diego Mignone
as Terapeuta 278/Psicólogo
Jorge de Frutos
Ruth Núñez
as Bea Pinzón
Cruz García
as Self
Víctor Sánchez
Ana María Vidal
as Titina
Sergio Castelar
as Joaquín
Toni Martínez
Álex Martínez
as Rubén
Nacho San Pedro
as Manuel Aguirre
Evelyn Ribera
Julio Tejela
as Téllez
Julia Möller
as Renate Kaussman/Mario
Eva Marciel
as Olga Aranzadi
Sergio Granados
as Vikingo
Niki Negrete
Jesús Caba
Juan Ricondo
Alejandro Tous
as Álvaro Aguilar
Birgit Bofarull
as Carol
Carlos Calero
Jesús Criado
as Camarero
Alberto Alonso
as Inspector Cantalapiedra
Elena de Frutos
as Alexia
Isabel Blanco
as Amelie
Luis Lázaro
as García 'El segurata'
Javier Sesmilo
as Hijo de Elena
Nuria de Luna
Jorge Lucas
as Daniel Echegay Jr.
Richard Sahagún
as Repartidor
Cristina Pedroche
Javier Collado
Gemma Giménez
as Estela Molinero
Raúl Rodríguez
Lucía Hidalgo
Miguel de Miguel
as César Villa
Polina Kiryanova
Lorena Gómez
as Self
Luis Fernández de Eribe
as Actor
Santiago Adán
Roberto Correcher
as Santi Rodríguez
Luis Escobar
Rafael Ruidalves
Pedro Moya
Carlos Soriano
as Alberto Márquez
Vega
as Self
Carlus Fàbrega
Ana Rosa Quintana
as Self
Antonio Barroso
Norma Ruiz
as Bárbara Ortiz
Akihiko Serikawa
Ferran Terraza
as Jony
Javier Espada
Leonardo Orna
as Carlos Orca
Rafael Marín
Óscar Martínez
as Self
Chuck Torres
as Ruso
Raquel Pérez
as Geli
Mario Zorrilla
as Isidoro
Óscar Higares
Felipe Andrés
Javier Dorado
Màxim Huerta
as Self
Jesús Gallo
as Inspector
Sonia Madrid
as Responsable de casting
Palmira Ferrer
Borja Tous
as Saúl Gutiérrez
Julián Teurlais
Lucía Ramos
as Daisy
Alberto Pavón
as Police Officer
Inma Isla
as Elena Puente
Eduardo Orduña
Daniel Fuster
Gemma Martínez
as Estela Molinero
Patricia Ponce de León
as Marta
Rosa Ortega Buendía
Carmen Esteban
as Tomasa
Pablo Scola
Marc Parejo
as Ángel
Juanjo Mugica
as Barman
Alessandro Lecquio
as Alexander Kirkpatrick
Jacobo Sánchez
Manuel Diz
as Guillermo Suárez
Carmen Ruiz
as Chusa Suárez
Juan Navarro
as Olav "El Vikingo"
Franciska Ródenas
Ricardo Reguera
as Pepe Ojeda
Marina Lozano
Fedra Lorente
as Marga Vivales
Chiky Álvarez
Alicia Lobo
Sergio Otegui
as Mario
Santi Villas
as Self

Seasons & Episodes

Season 1
Season 2
Season 3

Awards

Awards & NominationsSee more »

Fotogramas de Plata 2007

Nominee

Fotogramas de Plata

Best TV Actress (Mejor Actriz de TV)

Spanish Actors Union 2007

Nominee

Spanish Actors Union

Television: Lead Performance, Female (Protagonista TV - Categoría Femenina)

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