How much is Candace Cameron Bure worth?
|Net Worth:||$15 Million|
|Date of Birth:||April 6, 1976|
|Country:||United States of America|
About Candace Cameron Bure
Candace Cameron Bure is an American author, actress, talk show panelist, and producer. She first gained national popularity for her role as D.J. Tanner in “Full House”, which she later reprised on the sequel “Fuller House”. She also got famous for playing the role of Aurora Teagarden from the novel series in the Hallmark Channel special film adaptation. Apart from these, Candace is also known for starring in “Dancing with the Stars”, “Make It or Break It”, and “The View”.
How Did Candace Cameron Bure Get So Rich?
The actress and producer became rich in the late 1980s and early 1990s during her pre-teen and teen years. In 1987, she starred in “Who’s The Boss?” and “Growing Pains”. Also that year, she joined the cast of the sitcom “Full House”. In the ABC original series, she portrayed the role of D.J. Tanner, one of the main characters on the show. She spent eight years working on the show and took part in all eight seasons and 192 episodes of it. Thanks to her participation in the sitcom, Candace earned more than $100.000 in total.
1987 also marked the film debut of the talented actress who at that time was just 11 years old. The first film, in which she took part in, was the romantic drama “Some Kind of Wonderful”. Despite having a supporting role, she was still able to rack up more than $1.000 for her performance and participation. The following year, she starred in another drama “Punchline”, which was a commercial success and earned her an additional $1.000.
Why is she so famous?
Candace first became famous for her participation in “Full House”. She was born on April 6, 1976, in Panorama City, Los Angeles. Her full name was Candace Helaine Cameron, which she changed after her marriage to Valeri Bure, a former ice hockey player. She first began working as a child actor during her pre-adolescent years. Her first acting role on television was in 1982. She starred in five episodes of the series “St. Elsewhere”, where she had a recurring role.
Throughout the mid-1980s, she starred in numerous television series such as “TJ Hooker”, “Brewster”, and “The Disney Sunday Movie”. At that time, she also auditioned for the lead role of “Small Wonder”, however, that was given to Tiffany Brissette. Simultaneously with acting in the television series, Candace’s parents signed her to multiple acting classes where she could improve her skills and become better.
What Makes Candace Successful?
What makes Candace Bure so successful are her many roles on television. Simultaneously with her work in “Full House”, she starred in multiple television films such as “I Saw What You Did”, “Camp Cucamonga”, “Sharon’s Secret”, “No One Would Tell”, “Kids in the Woods”, as well as “She Cried” and many others. At the peak of her career, during her teen years, Candace received many awards and nominations for Young Artist Awards in the category “Best Young Artist in a Television Series”. Most of them were because of her outstanding performance in “Full House”.
She spent the early years of the new millennium starring in a couple of television projects. In 2009, she joined the cast of “Make It or Break It”, where she played the main role of Summer Van Horne. In 2015, it was announced by ABC that Bure would become the co-host of the talk show “The View”, where she worked from 2015 to 2016. Shortly after she finished work for the talk show, Candace Bure reprised her role as DJ Tanner in the sequel of “Full House” titled “Fuller House”. The Netflix sitcom aired from 2016 to 2020 and besides acting in it, Candice also worked as a director for the show.
Candace Bure remains one of the most familiar faces from the hit series “Full House” from the late years of the 20th century. Thanks to the classic, the actress received a lot of acting opportunities and starred in numerous television series and films. Since the mid-2010s, she’s had sporadic appearances on talk shows such as “Today”, “Good Morning America”, and “Entertainment Tonight”.
In addition to her very successful acting career, Candace Bure also became a talk show panelist, co-host, producer, and most recently an author. Starting January 2011, she released four best-selling books titled “Reshaping It All”, “Balancing It All”, “Dancing Through Life”, and “Kind is the New Classy”.