Ave Fénix (telenovela)

For other uses, see Ave Fenix (disambiguation).
Ave Fénix
Genre Telenovela
Created by Oscar Lada Abot
Written by Oscar Lada Abot
Alma Lucía Pérez
Saúl Pérez Santana
Directed by Enrique Segoviano
Jorge Sánchez Fogarty
Starring Laura Flores
Rafael Baledón
Martín Cortés
Edgardo Gazcón
Juan Antonio Edwards
Roberto Montiel
Opening theme Sola by Laura Flores
Country of origin Mexico
Original language(s) Spanish
No. of episodes 120
Executive producer(s) Guillermo Diazayas
Enrique Segoviano
Running time 30 minutes
Production company(s) Televisa
Distributor Televisa
Original network Canal de las Estrellas
Original release May 19 – October 31, 1986
Preceded by Esperándote
Followed by Herencia maldita

Ave Fénix (English title:Rising Phoenix) is a Mexican telenovela produced by Guillermo Diazayas and Enrique Segoviano for Televisa in 1986.[1]

Laura Flores, Rafael Baledón and Martín Cortés starred as protagonists, while Ernesto Yáñez starred as main antagonist. Juan Antonio Edwards, Edgardo Gazcón and Roberto Montiel starred as stellar performances.


Mauro is an old businessman owner of a major international company, Astro. He lives in a luxurious home in Las Lomas with his three nephews: Paulina, Roberto and Enrique. Mauro learns that his company is in bankruptcy and not to harm his nephews, leaves and becomes a beggar. It is to live in a neighborhood where he meets Julia and Daniel, two children who are children of Rogelio a recent widower who is dedicated to steal company offender El Gordo.

Mauro takes them affection for both children, and in the course of history, rebuild his fortune. Meanwhile, Paulina seeing in poverty has been married to Arthur, a young man dominated by his mother who does not love. But after many misfortunes will find love in Gerardo.



  1. Ave Fénix in Alma Latina Retrieved January 28, 2015

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