Kid comedienne cum actress, Emmanuella has made her international movie debut in an Australian action drama titled ‘Survive Or Die’.
Emmanuella Samuel, the 10-year-old YouTube child comedian on Mark Angel’s YouTube channel featured as a guest star in the movie.
The young star appeared in the movie shot in Australia in 2018, alongside its major cast including Hawa Barnes, Felino Dolloso, and Craig Bourke.
The movie went on a two-year festival tour before its 2020 and 2021 release on Amazon Prime and YouTube respectively.
This is coming after, the Kid comedienne, Emmanuella defeated Ikorodu Bois to be crowned “Favourite African Social Media Star” at the 2021 Nickelodeon Kids Choice Awards.
Emmanuel floored Nigerian comedy group – Ikorodu Bois, South African Magician – Wian Van Den Berg, Ugandan Youth Dance Group – Ghetto Kids, Kenyan social media sensation – Elsa Majimbo, and South African media personality – Bonang Matheba, to grab the award.
The comedienne signed to Mark Angel Comedy Group, celebrated the award on her page, writing on her Instagram, she wrote;
“Congratulations to me as I won the Favourite African Social Media Star category at the Nickelodeon’s Kids’ Choice Awards 2021.
“I am so happy to be a winner, thank you! To all my fans out there, I say thank you.”
“To all those who voted for me, I love you so much, this win would not have been possible without you.”
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