Press Release: Susan Peters, the first Nigerian Actress to appear in International Magazine, BB&H.
Nollywood Actress, Susan Peters: The first Nigerian Actress to be featured in International Afro American Magazine, Black Beauty And Hair.
E4 PR is proud to announce that Nollywood Actress, Susan Peters, is the first Nigerian and Nollywood actress to be featured in Black Beauty And Hair Magazine (February/March issue, 2011). E4 PR is particularly pleased about this achievement, as many of you know how difficult it is to get a feature in an international magazine like this, which is in the same league as Ebony, Pride, etc, which usually feature international Afro American stars like Halle Berry, Iman, Beyonce, Naomi Campbell et al.
E4 PR would also like to thank our friend and business partner, Rachael Nsofor, the CEO of Fabulous Hair Europe (www.fabuloushaireurope.eu), who also sponsors our stars with hair extensions, for her contribution in making this happen. E4 PR had been trying unsuccessfully for almost a year to get our stars featured in this magazine until Rachael suggested doing a photoshoot with some of E4 PR stars wearing Fabulous Hair and BINGO! It worked! Afterall, this magazine is about African and American A-list stars looking beautiful with lovely hair and make-up, and as an accomplished actress and model, Susan Peters definitely qualifies.
About Susan Peters:
Susan Peters is a Model and Actress; she started acting in 2002. Susan grew up in so many parts of the world and speaks many languages fluently.
This sexy actress and her interpretation of her characters in movies has made her rise quickly in Nollywood. She also owns a salon and a boutique called SUEZ PLACE.
Susan started modelling in 2003 and has done so many adverts like billboards, Tvc, Press, Handbills and many more, some of which are: BAT (British America Tobacco) For West Africa Billboard, Fidelity Bank Billboard, Bank P.H.B billboard, Golden Penny Pasta Billboard, U.H.F Long life Milk Billboard, Haemeron Blood tonic Billboard, Airport Branding, Finbank TVC and Press, amongst others.
Susan Peters also recently won a Best Actress award and some of her movies include: Sound of poverty, Wicked Intensions, Stone face, Spiritual War, God Mother, Nollywood Hustlers, Bursting out, 30 days, Mortal attraction; and many others.
Susan also played the lead role in the popular African TV series, Domino, which was produced by Tajudeen Adepetu. She played Eniola Lord Williams, which brought her fully to lime light, alongside Kalu Ikeagwu, Kate Henshaw-Nuttal, Segun Arinze and other A-list stars. Susan starred in U.S. as well, another TV soap and Disclosure produced by Blessing Effiom.
Her subsequent delivery has made her one of the Divas in Nollywood.
To see this particular feature of Susan Peters (page 136), please purchase Black Beauty And Hair Magazine now from all UK and US Superstores and News stands. For more about Black Beauty And Hair Magazine and to subscribe, please check out their website and famous celebrity features here:
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