ARTISTE PROFILE CELEBRITY GOSSIP ENTERTAINMENT MOVIES MOVIES & MUSIC NOLLYWOOD GIST ETINOSA IDEMUDIA – “I LOSE MYSELF IN EVERY CHARACTER I PLAY” By Admin Posted on December 11, 2021 3 min read 0 0 Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on Pinterest Share on Linkedin The award is given in recognition of her performance in the television series 'Blood of Enogie.' The award is given in recognition of her performance in the television series 'Blood of Enogie.' By Adeniyi Onaara Etinosa Idemudia, an actress and filmmaker, has been named ‘Best Actress in an African TV Series’ by the Hollywood and African Prestigious Awards. The award is given in recognition of her performance in the television series ‘Blood of Enogie.’ The HAPAwards is a US-based award that recognizes outstanding individuals whose lives have been marked by extraordinary personal and professional accomplishments. It is judged on artistic and technical merit by a team of scholars in the US. Remember that a few months ago, HAPAwards released its list of nominations in the Hollywood and African categories, which included multiple nominations for Etinosa. “This is a big deal for me,” Etinosa said, expressing his delight at winning the award. It is not a popular vote award; rather, it is a professional award based on merit.” Aside from receiving multiple nominations from Hollywood and African film industry heavyweights, I also took first place in one of the categories. “I am honored.” I am honored to have played such a role, and I am even more thrilled that not only Nigerians appreciate me, but that I am also celebrated internationally. “I am grateful to the show’s producers for the opportunity to act in the film.” They put their trust in me for that extremely difficult role, believing I would deliver, and I am grateful for that.” “I would say passion,” the actress said of what she felt secured her the award. I put everything I have into every project that I accept to be a part of. “I do it as if my life depended on it.” As an actor, I completely lose myself in each character I play. That’s probably what distinguishes me. If I may, I would add that there is an unusual anointing on my life. “I am grace.” The series, produced and directed by Canadian-Nigerian director Charles Uwagbai for ROK Nigeria, is about a cursed king, his many choices, and how those choices affected his kingdom.