“You changed my life” – Abraham Attah to Cary Fukunaga (Director)

Young Ghanaian Actor, Abraham Attah has expressed his profound gratitude to director of the award winning movie “Beast of No Nation”, Cary Fukunaga for changing his life.

Abraham who played the role as Agu has bagged numerous of awards and also scores of nominations.

In a post on his social media (Instagram) account, Mr. Attah, appreciated Cary Fukunaga for playing him the role of Agu in the movie marked a change in his life.

“Thank you to my friend Cary fukunaga. You changed my life when you picked me to play agu. Thank you for all your help and guidance on this journey . I am grateful.#beastsofnonation#netflix”, he wrote.

He also expressed gratitude to everyone and especially the crew and cast on the movie for their guidance on his journey to stardom.

Abraham who joined his fellow young actor, Jacob Tremblay, to present an award at the 2016 Oscars has also received congratulatory messages from fellow actors like John Dumelo, Ama K Abebrese, Yvonne Okoro and Kweku Elliot.

Most of the messages from fellow actors appreciated his achievements and noted that he is basking in the dream they have been looking up to.

See his post below:

epa04911700 US director Cary Fukunaga and Ghanaian actor/cast member Abraham Attah (L) arrive for the premiere of 'Beasts of no nation'' during the 72nd annual Venice International Film Festival, in Venice, Italy, 03 September 2015. The movie is presented in the official competition 'Venezia 72' at the festival running from 02 to 12 September.  EPA/ETTORE FERRARI

epa04911700 US director Cary Fukunaga and Ghanaian actor/cast member Abraham Attah (L) arrive for the premiere of ‘Beasts of no nation” during the 72nd annual Venice International Film Festival, in Venice, Italy, 03 September 2015. The movie is presented in the official competition ‘Venezia 72’ at the festival running from 02 to 12 September. EPA/ETTORE FERRARI

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