Bec Hewitt
Australian singer
Bec Hewitt
Rebecca June "Bec" Hewitt (born 23 July 1983) is an Australian actress and ARIA Award-winning singer. From 1998 to 2005, Hewitt played Hayley Smith Lawson on the soap opera Home and Away. As Bec Cartwright, Hewitt released an eponymous pop music album in 2002. In 2005, she married tennis player Lleyton Hewitt.
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Rebroadcast: Author Ben Hewitt And His Book "Saved"
NPR - over 3 years
In a new book called “Saved”, author Ben Hewitt explores a different way of looking at wealth. Rather than dwelling on monetary standards and what can be » E-Mail This     » Add to
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Local food topic of Community Reads
Village Soup - almost 5 years
The Waldoboro Public Library’s Community Read program, Waldoboro Reads Together, a joint effort by the library and the Real Food Network of Midcoast Maine, continues with a series of book discussions around the theme of local food. The book "The Town that Food Saved: How One Community Found Vitality in Local Food" by Vermont farmer and author Ben Hewitt has been chosen to examine the many issues surrounding our ...
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Pauline Hanson Tipped to Star on Nine's Celebrity Apprentice - PopSugar Australia
Google News - over 5 years
Pauline is no stranger to reality TV and was a popular contestant on Dancing With the Stars back in 2004 (she was runner-up to Bec Hewitt). Speaking of DWTS, another name that has been thrown into the mix is Geoffrey Edelsten — his wife Brynne
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Wimbledon a family affair for Hewitts - Courier Mail
Google News - over 5 years
Bec Hewitt arriving at Wimbledon Tennis Club with two of her children to watch her husband Lleyton play in the first round of the grass-court championship. Picture: Oceanic Source: The Daily Telegraph PUSHING a heavily loaded pram across a Wimbledon
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Bec Hewitt: 'The kids are growing quickly' - Digital Spy UK
Google News - over 5 years
The 27-year-old Australian actress, who used to play Hayley Smith in Home and Away, said that she is enjoying living in Paris with 5-year-old Mia, 2-year-old Cruz and 7-month-old Ava while her tennis star
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The hottest shots - Sydney Morning Herald
Google News - almost 6 years
Such as Lleyton and Bec Hewitt. ''You can't get them happy,'' McKay says. Fawcett agrees: ''Bec shopping? Well, you can snap that any day of the week. That's about all she does!'' Others survive solo. Sometimes it's about their fashion sense,
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AUSTRALIAN OPEN; Looking Sharp, Hewitt Now Turns His Focus Toward Federer
NYTimes - about 7 years
There is not a more visceral competitor in all of tennis than Australia's Lleyton Hewitt. He roars ''come on'' after hard-fought points, aims Popeye-styled muscle-flexes to the crowd and snarls and stamps as he scrambles about the court. No matter if you love or hate him, you hear him and feel him. In other words, he is nothing like the cool, crisp
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Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Bec Hewitt
  • 2008
    Age 24
    On 11 December 2008, Hewitt gave birth to a baby boy whom the couple named Cruz Lleyton Hewitt.
    More Details Hide Details Their third child, a daughter named Ava Sydney Hewitt, was born on 19 October 2010. Her name was announced via a text message subscription service for the cost of $2, a move that attracted much criticism of Bec and Lleyton. Both pregnancy announcements and births were covered in exclusive stories by OK! Magazine. In February 2009, after revelations about Hewitt's previously unknown offshore income and bank accounts were revealed during a legal battle with his former management company, Octagon Sports Marketing, the couple relocated to a $3.8 million home at the Old Fort Bay estate in Nassau, Bahamas. General Specific
  • 2006
    Age 22
    She hosted Abba Mania which premiered in November 2006 on Nine Network.
    More Details Hide Details The special met with controversy surrounding the fact that the only celebrity performers were Nine Network personalities. Hewitt's performance met with largely negative reviews. Cartwright was born in Sydney on 23 July 1983 the youngest child of Darrel and Michelle Cartwright. She has an older brother Shaun and older sister Kristy. After a four-year relationship with fellow Home and Away co-star Beau Brady, Cartwright and Brady were briefly engaged.
  • 2005
    Age 21
    On 29 November 2005, Cartwright gave birth to daughter, Mia Rebecca Hewitt, at Sydney's North Shore Private Hospital.
    More Details Hide Details Before her birth, a lucrative contract was made with women's magazine Woman's Day involving regular diaries from Bec and exclusive photos and interviews of the family for the first two years of Mia's life. The couple attracted much criticism for the observation that they had effectively "sold" their daughter to the highest bidder.
    Soon after the end of her engagement, Cartwright began a relationship with tennis player and fellow Australian Lleyton Hewitt, On 5 May 2005, the couple announced they were expecting their first child. The pair married on 21 July 2005; the wedding was at the Sydney Opera House, and their reception took place at Taronga Zoo.
    More Details Hide Details The event attracted much media attention, with Bec and Lleyton selling exclusive coverage of the day to magazine New Idea. Fellow actresses and friends Ada Nicodemou and Kate Ritchie were bridesmaids.
    Cartwright became a series fan favourite and earned herself numerous Logie Award nominations until 2005 she earned a Most Popular Actress win.
    More Details Hide Details She coincidentally fell pregnant within months of her 'Home and Away' character and left the series to become a full-time mother. For a short period of time Ella Scott Lynch replaced her as Hayley before shortly departing the series.
    In 2005, she married professional tennis player, Lleyton Hewitt.
    More Details Hide Details Cartwright began her acting career at age 5 for television commercials.
  • 2004
    Age 20
    Cartwright was announced as a contestant in the first season of Dancing with the Stars. She and her partner Michael Miziner won the first season on 23 November 2004.
    More Details Hide Details The couple returned in an opening performance in a dance routine during the second season premiere.
    In 2004, Cartwright ended her partnership with Warner Music.
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  • 2003
    Age 19
    Her self-titled debut album was released on 16 June 2003, and despite high expectations charted only at 21 and was certified Gold.
    More Details Hide Details The album met with mixed reviews with Smash Hits giving the album two out of five stars.
  • 2002
    Age 18
    Her debut single "All Seats Taken" was released 18 November 2002 and peaked at 10 on the ARIA Music Charts.
    More Details Hide Details Her follow-up singles "On the Borderline" and "A Matter of Time" both failed to match the same success, both charting only the Top 30.
    In 2002, Cartwright signed a recording contract with Warner Music Australia and East West Records.
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  • 1998
    Age 14
    She won her breakout role and best known role to date in 1998 portraying Hayley Smith Lawson on Home and Away.
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  • 1992
    Age 8
    In 1992, she made her mainstream television debut on an episode of Police Rescue.
    More Details Hide Details She has also guest starred in Water Rats and Roar.
  • 1983
    Born on July 23, 1983.
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