Aimee Lou, a Sex Education star, has broken her BAFTA record.
It happened eight months ago, after the actress was awarded the award for the best female comedian performance.
She spoke Sunday at Silver Screen Beat: “I may have been a bit rough with my BAFTA and now there’s a slight swivel on it. It moves a bit, so I’m going to have to get that fixed.
“But I’m not sure how you go about getting a BAFTA fixed. I can’t exactly walk into a locksmith and say, ‘Hi, can you fix my BAFTA?’. It would look so smug.”
Aimee, 26, defeated Emma Mackey, her Sex Education costar, and Daisy May Cooper, comedy sensation to win the awards.
It’s been months since she was able to do it.
She said: “It was the most amazing feeling. I could not believe it. I did not think that was going to happen. I know everyone says they don’t expect, but I truly didn’t.
“I had not prepared anything to say, which was obvious when I did my speech. The only thing I could think of saying was, ‘Thanks nana’.”
After the finale of the third series, Aimee Gibbs’ role on Sex Education was ended on a cliffhanger, the actress will continue filming this new series.
Aimee’s character overcome significant obstacles in the final series of the show. She admitted that it’s so popular because of how “relatable”This is the end of the story.
“Sex Ed is so refreshing. It celebrates that awkward time. That is a really hard time, so it’s truthful,” she said.
She hopes when the Netflix show does come to an official end it will be left “On a high.”
However, she did acknowledge there is a possibility the comedy-drama which first aired in 2019 could follow its students into university, but Aimee has said she doesn’t “I particularly like to be playing as a newer player” when she’s 45.
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