Her daddy must be proud! Bono's beautiful daughter Eve Hewson shines at screening of her movie This Must Be the Place
08:03 GMT, 26 October 2012
With her daddy fronting one of the world's most successful rock bands, Eve Hewson must know a bit about fame… thought her subtle demeanour doesn't betray this.
The absolutely stunning 21-year-old has been quietly building a reputation in the acting world; without shouting from the rooftops that she's the second daughter of U2 star, Bono.
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Rock progeny: Eve Hewson, the beautiful daughter of U2 frontman Bono, attended the screening of her new film, This Must Be the Place in New York tonight
Born Memphis Eve in Dublin, the
blue-eyed brunette now lives quietly in Brooklyn with her boyfriend…
but all that could be about to change thanks to her star turn in the
hotly anticipated, This Must Be the Place.
She plays Mary, a key support to Sean Penn's retired rocker Cheyenne who goes on a mission from Dublin to the US to track down the SS officer who tortured his father in Auschwitz.
She was joined by another Celt; but this time from Scotland as Gerard
Butler supported the crew at the Tribeca Grand Hotel in New
In her own right: Eve downplays her father's status in the world's biggest rock 'n' roll band
Black off: Kelly Bensimon and Heather Matarazzo wore dark gowns to watch this dark comedic road trip
Autumnal angels: Kathleen Robertson and Karoline Kurkova kept it casual
Check her out: Karoline looked lovely in tartan
The 42-year-old actor was joined by other cast members including James Van Der Beek, Patrick Stewart, model Karolina Kurkova, and a shirtless Judah Friedlander.
The film is released on November 2
Eve has an older sister, Jordan, 23, and two younger brothers Elijah, 13, and 11-year-old John.
Bono, real name Paul Hewson, now 52, met Eve's mother Ali when they were at school together.
Swarthy: Gerard Butler looked handsome as he arrived to check out the screening
Living legend: Blondie star Debbie Harry was flanked by a semi-naked Judah Friedlander and Rob Roth
Dudes: Patrick Stewart and James Van Der Beek were their usual amiable selves
Eye candy for the girls: Freddy Rodriguez and Butler cut a dash on at the screening
She looked after him when his mother died suddenly from an aneurysm when he was just 14 and they married in 1982.
The rocker left his little girl to enjoy her limelight, and Sean Penn stayed away from this screening.
The Paolo Sorrentino directed film earned rave reviews at Cannes and The New Yorker has described it as 'dazzling to behold.'
The folks: Bono and his childhood sweetheart Alison, Eve is their second child
Her big break: Eve in the movie, it's her first significant role
Rocker: Penn plays Cheyenne, who must take a trip to discover who he is