Amazing Grace actor Kat Hoyos on why she’s not a huge fan of reboots
The actress took time out from filming scenes for the moving new drama to reveal what she likes to watch when she’s not working. While she’s not too keen on watching her own shows or a reboot, she does love binge-watching without talking but makes exceptions for comedies with friends.
Next-gen women of TV: Meet the 37 stars shaping the future
From actresses to writers, these women are making their mark on the industry.
According to an August report from Screen Australia’s Gender Matters initiative, 83 per cent of TV dramas funded by the federal agency for 2017-18 had women in at least half their key creative roles.
This week, TV WEEK celebrates the trailblazing next-gen women of TV.
Pick up a copy of the current issue of TV WEEK to read more about the women making their mark on the television industry.
Scroll through (online) to see which women we’re celebrating in the magazine.
Here Come The Habibs’ Kat Hoyos lends her heart to new sport drama Chasing Comets
As Layla in the Logie-nominated Australian comedy series Here Come The Habibs, Kat Hoyos relished playing a feisty teen queen.
Now, Kat is regular gal Dee on the big screen in Chasing Comets, a semi-autobiographical film written by former rugby league star Jason Stevens.
Footy & Faith Take the Spotlight in Jason Stevens’ Star-Studded Movie
The former NRL celebrity is currently filming his own original Aussie flick, Chasing Comets. And it’s got some big Aussie names on board.
There’s Stan Walker, Rhys Muldoon (House Husbands), Dan Ewing and Isabel Lucas (Home & Away), George Houvardas (Packed to the Rafters), Kat Hoyos (Here Come the Habibs) and more.
Kat Hoyos on Chasing Comets, being versatile, and taking on the world.
“We’re definitely subtler in our performances. The stories we tell can really make you take a look at your life and reevaluate it and have a little more hope for the future. Those are the kinds of projects I love.”
Here Come the Habibs star to keep pushing boundaries
SOMETIMES comedy is the best medicine, and the best way to start an otherwise difficult conversation.
Kat Hoyos is out to do both with her role in Nine’s controversial comedy Here Come the Habibs.
Triple Threat Kat Talks Hollywood, Health and Hugh Jackman
The pampered, bratty Layla Habib (inspired by Kylie Jenner from Keeping up with the Kardashians), could not be further from the down to earth and hard working Kat Hoyos.
Taking on the role of Layla in Here Come The Habibs is Kat’s big break into television.
Here Come The Habibs! star Kat Hoyos on how she ‘stalked’ Kylie Jenner for her bratty teen role
Sydney actress Kat Hoyos was born into a Colombian family in Australia, earned her stripes with a performing arts degree and roles in short films, musicals, TV ads and even music videos for Guy Sebastian and Natalie Bassingthwaighte.
Kat Hoyos from Here Come the Habibs heading for fame
WHEN she was still a child, Newtown actress Kat Hoyos made a sensible decision — she would become a successful entertainer and she’s on her way after her debut as Layla on Nine’s new comedy Here Come the Habibs last night.
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Australian TV kicks into gear for the antipodean autumn with a sign of its growing maturity.
Here Come the Habibs promises to be a sitcom that tackles a subject with which the country has often appeared to be uneasy – immigration.
Kat turns heads at the AACTA Awards 2018 – CLASS ACT
Australia’s biggest stars shine at the 2018 AACTA Awards red carpet.
Australia’s top film and television awards is finally here, with the article out in Who Magazine on news stands, and online.
The Australian Academy of Cinema and Television Arts (AACTA) recognises excellence across film, TV, documentary and online.
Who caught up with all the stars at the 2018 AACTA Awards:
Here Comes Kat Hoyos
Recently appearing in a surprisingly low key and ‘out of character’ turn in Jason Stevens’ feature film Chasing Comets, the rising Aussie actress reveals what makes her tick.
Best known for playing Layla Habib on Channel 9’s Here Come the Habibs, Kat in real life is actually nothing like either of these characters, proving her versatility as a performer.
Kat Hoyos’ ventures into producing her mothers’ story.
Rising Aussie star Kat Hoyos took on her most important role.
This comedy queens acting has taken a serious and personal turn.
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Actor returns to share her wisdom with performance students.
Logie-nominated star Kat Hoyos delivers inspiring guest lecture!
Actor Kat Hoyos has returned to her former stomping ground to encourage creative arts students to pursue their dreams, even if at times they seem out of reach.
Here Come the Habibs star steps onto stage in Fame the musical
A MODELLING career at the age of four opened up a whole new world for Kat Hoyos. Today, the Here Come the Habibs star has her mum and grandma to thank for that gentle nudge into the spotlight.
Kat Hoyos on ‘Fame’ and more
We had a chat with Kat to see what she’s been up to since Here Come the Habibs, what’s next for her and about FAME the musical and its involvement with the mental health organisation, Headspace.
Here Come The Habibs is back for another season after a controversial first series
Fast-forward a year and after a successful ratings result, the comedy centred around a Lebanese family who win the lotto is back for another season.
And its star Kat Hoyos, who plays confident, social media-obsessed high school student Layla, is happy to put the controversy behind her.
Mum’s the muse for Xanadu the Musical’s Kat Hoyos
Kat Hoyos is playing a heavenly muse in Xanadu the Musical at Sydney’s Hayes Theatre, but the inspiration behind this fast-rising entertainer’s success is entirely mortal: her mother, Natalie.
At home with… The Habib’s Kat Hoyos
Kat Hoyos admits the character of Layla Habib on Channel 9’s Here Come the Habibs is vastly different to herself, although she’s been a great role to take on.
Kat hopes her new show will change television
Cronulla actress Kat Hoyos hopes that her new comedy series on Channel Nine, Here Come the Habibs will not only entertain but will be an instigator for change on television.
Stage star in Jersey Boys has triple the fun
For Hoyos, breathing the same air as the audience makes for a rewarding experience as a performer.
“It is so nice to get that immediate response from the audience each night, ” she said.
“Working live it happens so organically and is different each night and that is the most exciting thing.”
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