Valentina (Marimar Vega) seems to have the perfect life in New York, with a perfect job and a perfect boyfriend, Jason Tate (Ryan Carnes)--far, far away from her scandalous political family in Mexico. When Jason proposes to her and wants to go to home to meet the family she has been keeping a secret, her two worlds clash. Adding to the hilarious chaos, her family brings her ex, Angel, (Omar Chaparro) into the picture and convinces Valentina to go along with a sham marriage to him in an effort to stop further negative press as her father runs for re-election. In the end, Valentina must choose where her heart belongs.

  • Please allow approximately 20 extra minutes for pre-show and trailers before the show starts.1 hr 48 minNR
  • Feb 9, 2018
  • Comedy

Cast & Crew

  • Kate Vernon

    Kate VernonMelanie Tate

    Kate Vernon was born to the celebrated actor John Vernon. As her father's career began to take off in the USA, the family moved from their home in Canada to Hollywood when Kate was 7 years old. With the ever growing career success of the late John Vernon (Dirty Harry (1971), National Lampoon's Animal House (1978), The Outlaw Josey Wales (1976)), Kate's childhood enabled her to be influenced and surrounded by many of Hollywood's leading actors, writers and artists. With these early experiences and influences, her decision to study to become an actress came as no surprise. After successfully completing her acting school studies, Kate's beautiful features, zest for life, easy-going and fun personality coupled with her dedicated work approach to her profession did not go unnoticed. During the early 80's, doors began to open for Kate as she secured a number of roles. It was during the mid-1980's that Kate landed her first feature film break with her role as "Benny" in the box office hit, Pretty in Pink (1986). In its success, it led to more TV work, box office and independent movie roles allowing Kate to star alongside some of Hollywood's leading men such as Denzel Washington, Willem Dafoe, Edward James Olmos, Christopher Lee and Richard Thomas. To date, Kate's long career as a busy actress has enabled her to play an engaging and wide variety of roles from the beautiful, funny, the love interest, dramatic, comedic, the misunderstood, the mistress, the mother and the dynamic. With her most recent roles in movies including the box office smash The Last Song (2010) which features Miley Cyrus, Greg Kinnear, Liam Hemsworth, Kelly Preston and the comedy, National Lampoon's Snatched (2011), which is due for imminent release, sees her alongside Andrew McCarthy and the acclaimed film legend Ernest Borgnine. Her versatility as an actress has seen Kate recently star in the hit TV series Heroes (2006), Bones (2005), as well as CSI: Crime Scene Investigation (2000), The Mentalist (2008), Saving Grace (2007) and her recurring role as "Ellen Tigh" (2004-2009) in the award-winning Battlestar Galactica (2004) (2004-2009) has won her an international fan base. Never one to be typecast, Kate's career has allowed her to work alongside many of TV and Film Industry leading writers, directors & producers such as Spike Lee, Peter Medak, Ronald D. Moore, David Eick, Joe Cacaci, David Weddle, Michael Nankin and John Woo. Her 20-year career has allowed her to feature in regular, recurring and guest roles in a number of major TV series including Heroes (2006) (2010), CSI: Crime Scene Investigation (2000) (2004-2009), Star Trek: Voyager (1995) (1995), Nash Bridges (1996) (1996-1997), Battlestar Galactica (2004) (2004-2009), L.A. Law (1986) (1994), Bones (2005) (2010), Tales from the Crypt (1989) (1993), Who's the Boss? (1984) (1990) and many others. Some of her TV & Box Office Movies credits include The Last Song (2010), Malcolm X (1992), Roadhouse 66 (1984), National Lampoon's Snatched (2011), Blackjack (1998), Pretty in Pink (1986), Dangerous Touch (1994), Last Chance Cafe (2006) and Battlestar Galactica: The Plan (2009) to name but a few. With a timeless beauty and meticulous approach to her characters, these qualities have enhanced Kate's reputation not only as an on-screen beauty, but as an actress with experience to adapt to any kind of role.

    RYAN CARNESJason Tate

    Ryan Carnes was born on November 21, 1982 in Pittsfield, Illinois, USA as Ryan Gregg Carnes. He is an actor and producer, known for Letters from Iwo Jima (2006), Doctor Who (2005) and Desperate Housewives (2004).
  • Omar Chaparro

    Omar ChaparroAngel

    A talented and electrifying actor distinguished by his comedic skills, versatility and enchanting personality, Omar Chaparro is a magnate in the world of entertainment in Mexico and the US Hispanic Market. His 10 million followers on social media attest to his personable like-ability on screen. In 2018, he was awarded "The Tree of Life", an award given by the International Film Festival of Guadalajara in LA, for outstanding achievements in film and contribution to the LatinAmerican film and television community in the United States. His breakout roles in the American screen include Michael Berry's film "Stuck" which has won awards this 2017 in festivals like Breckenridge Festival of Film and Napa Valley Film Festival and film "Show Dogs" directed by Raja Gosnell and starring Will Arnett and Natasha Lyonne. His latest films include "Compadres", directed by Enrique Begne and starring Eric Roberts and Kevin Pollak and "No Manches Frida" sharing credits with Martha Higareda. "No Manches Frida" was one of the highest 5 grossing films in Mexico. The success of his films makes him a part of the new wave of Latinos changing the landscape of Hollywood today. Omar was recently cast in Detective Pikachu, sharing credits with Ryan Reynolds and Justice Smith. In 2017 Omar sold out over 50 cities in the US with his show "Imparables", including The Dolby Theatre in Hollywood.

    MARIMAR VEGAValentina

    Vega was born August 14, 1983 in Mexico City, Mexico. She a daughter of actor Gonzalo Vega and Leonora Sisto has a Spanish ancestry. Vega she has a sister who is also actress Zuria Vega and a brother Gonzalo. Also has a half-sister Gabriela. She practiced flamenco dance for twenty years, she studied acting at the CEFAC, acting school of TV Azteca. She debuted in theater at age 17 with his father, actor Gonzalo Vega Don Juan Tenorio playing the role of Doña Inés. Also acted on stage in the Perras. In movies, she has participated in Amor, Dolor y Viceversa and recently appeared at the Cannes Film Festival with Daniel and Ana she was protagonist of this film with Dario Yazbek and José María Torre. Her television career started in Enamórate in 2003, her first TV Azteca telenovela, where she played Fedra, a young millionaire woman obsessive, manipulative, seductress and selfish who is not willing to give up the love of her life and will do almost anything to get it. In 2007 she was played Gina Montero in Mientras haya vida (2007). In 2008 played as Karen in series Noche eterna (2008).

    TONY DALTONAdrián Corcuera

    Tony Dalton studied acting at the Lee Strasberg Theater Institute in New York City. During this period he participated in small Off-Broadway productions such as "The Ballad of the Sad Café" and "A Streetcar Named Desire" among others in the late 90s. He gained notoriety from Mexican audiences for having produced and starred in the TV series No te Equivoques (2001). His first successful film venture was Matando Cabos (2004), starring and co-writing the screenplay. He continued as an actor, appearing in Volver, Volver (2005), Efectos Secundarios (2006) Sultanes del Sur (2007) Colombiana (2011) The Perfect Dictatorship (2014). Recent films include Las Hijas de Abril (2017) and La Boda de Valentina (2018). In television he lead the hit series Los Simuladores (2008-2010) He recently starred in the International Emmy Winning series for HBO Sr. Avila (2013-2018). Tony currently plays the role of Lalo Salamanca on the hit show "Better Call Saul".
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    Christian Tappan is an actor, known for La Reina del Sur (2011), Without Breasts There Is No Paradise (2008) and Wild District (2018).
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