Nollywood actor, Stan Nze has won his first international award at the Septimius award in Amsterdam, the Netherlands for his role in the remake of Play Network Studios’ ‘Rattlesnake’.
Stan Nze, who was nominated alongside seven other South African and Nigerian actors, including Netflix’s Thabo Rametsi from “Silverton Siege”, won the award for the actor’s performance as the title character.
Announcing his victory in an Instagram post, Stan extended his gratitude to all and sundry who played a part in his success story and cheered to greater achievements ahead.
Co-star Osas Ighodaro was also honored at the European awards. The actress was nominated for ‘Best African Actress’ for her work in the 2020 film but lost to Nqobile Khumalo of South Africa.
Both Nze and Ighodaro have already won AMVCA awards for their parts in ‘Rattlesnake: The Ahanna Story’, which also stars Bucci Franklin, Efa Iwara, Emeka Nwagbaraocha, Tobi Bakre, Odera Adimorah, and Elma Mbadiwe.
The famous Septimius award is given to honor those who have made significant contributions to the world.