The daughter of THE lead singer of U2, Bono has been seen having sex on a beach, on Monday evening, smoking, new show Of the Luminaire.
Eve Hewson, 28, is playing an Irish prostitute who was al fresco sex with a different woman in the second episode of BBC1 period drama.
This is the first main role in a British show for the actor, who has been warned off a showbiz career by his 60-year-old rock star dad, whose real name is Paul Hewson.
But Eve – whose full name is Memphis Eve Sunny Day Hewson – pursued his dream and quickly discovered in the course of Bono, the daughter of the has helped to secure auditions.
Speaking in the latest edition of the Radio Times, she said: “That has never been a problem for me, and I think it is because of my family.
“This is not how the system should work, of course, but if the door is open, walk through the door.
“It can then become a bit of a barrier, because they can’t separate you from your father, or to see a particular person.
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“Often, they have very low expectations, and they really don’t think you’re going to be good. And then you’re good enough, and they are quite surprised.”
As the role of leader in the six-part show, set in New Zealand in the 19th Century, the gold rush, Eve helped to make The Luminaries is the second greatest drama of 2020, with 6.2 million viewers Sunday for the first episode.
His mother is Irish businesswoman and activist Ali Hewson, 59, of which Bono met when they were both 12 years old. They have been married for 38 years and Eve the second eldest of his four children.
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