Erik Hayser and Fernanda Castillo are well aware that the love of the good goes beyond the superficial and involves leaning against the challenges of life. "We talk a lot. Always trying to give the opinion to the other to help him build,”says the 37-year-old actor, who still has no plans to say yes at the altar to his compatriot. “If I have doubts about choosing a project, I consult with him, he not only participates in professional decisions, but [also] personal. It is the love of my life, my partner.”
If so, Dona Fer had to give the green light to the new project of her better half, Prisoner No. 1, a soap opera of political intrigue that will premiere Telemundo at the end of July. Hayser gives life to a humble peasant who, in a story similar to that of Benito Juárez, ends up being elected President of Mexico. But his endeavor to do good engenders powerful enemies, who manage to imprison him unfairly. "It is a story of intrigue, of suspense", tells of his role as Carmelo Alvarado. "It is a reflection of what I would like to see in a president: someone concerned about his people."
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