Bec Cartwright

Bec Cartwright

Rebecca June "Bec" Hewitt (née Cartwright) (born 23 July 1983) is an Australian actress and 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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Bec Cartwright (album) - Track Listing - A Matter of Time
... "A Matter of Time" Single by Bec Cartwright from the album Bec Cartwright Released 25 August 2003 Format CD Recorded 2003 Genre Pop Length 330 Label Warner Music Writer(s) M ... Ward Producer Tony Cvetkovski Bec Cartwright singles chronology "On the Borderline" (2003) "A Matter of Time" (2003) "A Matter of Time" is the third single from Bec Cartwright's ...
Bec Cartwright - Discography - Singles
... Year Song Album 2002 "All Seats Taken" 10 Bec Cartwright 2003 "On the Borderline" 29 "A Matter of Time" 26 ...
List Of Awards And Nominations Received By Home And Away - Logie Awards
... Nominated Most Popular New Male Talent Graeme Squires Nominated Most Popular New Female Talent Bec Cartwright Nominated 2000 Most Popular Program ...
Bec Cartwright (album)
... Bec Cartwright was the first and only album by Australian actress/singer Bec Cartwright, released in Australia on 16 June 2003, by East West Records through Warner Music ...
Logie Award For Most Popular Actress - 2000s
... Natalie Bassingthwaighte in Neighbours Bridie Carter in McLeod's Daughters Bec Hewitt in Home and Away Ada Nicodemou in Home and Away 2005 Winner Bec Cartwright in Home and Away Nominated Jane Allsop in Blue Heelers ... Georgie Parker in All Saints 2001 Winner Georgie Parker in All Saints Nominated Bec Cartwright in Home And Away Rebecca Gibney in Halifax f.p ...

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