Bec Caruana : Family, Net Worth, Parents, Husband, Children and Salary

Bec Caruana is a platinum award winning song writer and singer know all about her in this article as like her Family, Net Worth, Parents, Husband, Children and Salary

Name Bec Caruana
Birthdate ( Age) 45
Place of Birth Not Known
Nationality Australian
Marital Status  Married
Spouse/Partner Not Known
Children Not Known
Parents Not Known
Profession Musical artist
Net Worth $1 Million
Last Update August 2021

Bec Caruana is a platinum award winning song writer and singer.As a teen, Bec won Channel Ten’s Star Search 7 weeks in a row to become the season runner up. She also won the Sydney City Eisteddfod at the age of 16 and  has been singing professionally ever since.

She has the voice of a diva and that of an angel. One that can move mountains and people. A a teen, B.J won Channel Ten’s, Star Search and the Sydney City Esteidfod, She has been singing professionally since the age age of 16.

Early Life and Family

Both her parents were musos, her dad is a singer and guitarist and he was kind of well known around town in a trio he played in and her mum was in that band as well, as a backup singer.If you were a fan of dance music in the noughties you might recognise Bec as BJ Caruana. Her single ‘Dance all Night’ was nominated for most performed dance work at the 2003 Apra Awards.

Bec Caruana  Husband

There is no any information is available on social media about her marital and relationstatus recently we will update it soon.

Bec Caruana Net Worth

Bec Caruana is a platinum award winning song writer and singerwho has an estimated Net Worth of Under $1 million in 2021. 

Professional Career

Bec is probably most well-known for her 2002 single Dance All Night, which she says was played ‘at least five or six times a day’ on Australian radio.

Bec Caruana has toured with major international acts including, Pink, Bon Jovi, Shaggy, The Sugababes,Natalie Imbruglia, Liberty X, DJ Sammy, KLF, Snap and C&C Music Factory and the Village People. Recently you could have found Bec storming the stage at Good Vibrations along side Johnny Gleeson and Timmy Trumpet.

At age 16 she was a runner-up on Channel 10’s Star Search. She says auditioning for that show was something her mum and singing teacher “schemed together”.”I didn’t know where we were going, mum said we were just going to see a lady who wanted me to sing for her.

So I went into the room and I sang a song and next thing I knew I was on Star Search,” she says.”That was a really good growth thing for me because I was a good singer but I wasn’t a confident person, so that gave me a really good boost of confidence.”

In her teens, before the internet really took off, Bec says she lived in a bit of a “bubble” so took for granted how unique of an opportunity the show was.”It was a really fun experience, it was a bit of a blur at that age to be honest. I didn’t really appreciate the opportunity or take it all in, at 16 I probably thought ‘everyone goes on these kinds of shows.'”Following her success on the show, in 2001 Bec was signed as a solo artist to Warner Music Australia.Bec’s even written a number one hit, ‘Only Love,’ for a Japanese boy band, Arashi. She says they’re “like the Backstreet Boys of Japan.”