Two parts girl-next-door to one part bitch, Hayley is all charm, smiles and raspberry lip balm
on the surface but a devious wee schemer underneath. No wonder, then, that Ms Smith gets on better with the boys than the
Though Hayley is usually prepared to give people a chance, we strongly advise you not to incur her wrath. The
woman has an uncanny ability to make the lives of others an abject misery (Hello Irene! Hello Gypsy!). She may forget, but
she'll never forgive.
After whipping Noah Lawson, Alex Poulos, and Donald Fisher (possibly) into boyfriend material,
Hayley set her sights upon putting her other talents to good use. A graffiti artist extraordinaire, there's barely a surface
in Summer Bay without Hayley's mark on it. Now she's taken her artistic streak even further with her university course, and
she even managed to win a posho art scholarship in Gay Paree. Let's just hope it helps to keep the knives in the drawer.
Smith is played by Rebecca Cartwright
Rebecca Cartwright, born on the 23rd July, 1983
Rebecca lives at home with her parents, brother and sister. She trained at the Creative
Dance Academy from 1987-1992 and then enrolled at the Australian College of Entertainment for Dance from 1993-1995. She has
appeared in a number of television and film productions including Police Rescue, Heartbreak High, Water Rats and Totally Wild.
She has also appeared in pantomimes, concerts and television commercials.
She is a trained dancer including jazz, tap,
ballet and street dancing which she has been doing most of her life. She also loves swimming, roller-skating, ice-skating
and horse riding. Rebecca Cartwright joined Home and Away in September 1998, but her first stint in the soap was in 1991 as