One of the Seven Network's key hosts across sport, news, current affairs and lifestyle, Rebecca Maddern has showcased her tremendous versatility across a media career that spans more than 20 years.
Maddern graduated from RMIT with a Bachelor of Arts in Media Studies before starting her media career in radio with roles in the newsrooms at Triple M, Fox FM and Nova before moving into television with the Seven Network in 2002.
Maddern’s talent shone immediately after winning a prestigious Quill Award in 2003 for her coverage of Victoria’s bushfires in her first year of television reporting.
Across her first years at Seven, Maddern developed into a regular contributor on marquee programs such as Sunrise, The Morning Show, Seven News and special events like the AFL’s Brownlow Medal and Royal Children’s Hospital Good Friday Appeal.
With experience hosting the Australian Open tennis, Cricket World Cup and Ashes, as well as popular entertainment programs, Maddern is a respected face on TV.
From 2022, Maddern can be found on Channel Seven Melbourne’s weekend news broadcast.
Outside of her media work, the Geelong native grew up a passionate Cats supporter and became the club’s Number One Ticket holder in 2011, coinciding with the club’s ninth Premiership.
A proud Mum, Bec and husband Trent welcomed daughter Ruby in April 2018.
An accomplished event MC and function host, she has presided over corporate functions for the likes of HIA, NAB, Myer, RACV, WorkCover, Vic Health and the AFL.
Bec also dedicates her time to a number of charities and most recently was named the Ambassador for Wattle Health Australia.
My proudest moments in my career have been my first night as co – host of the AFL Footy show in 2016 and hosting the Australian Open Tennis Men’s Final in 2019. Two TV events which have never been done before by a woman