Candace Cameron Bure Net Worth, Biography & Wiki 2017
Candace Helaine Cameron Bure was born on 6th April 1976, in Panorama City, Los Angeles USA. She is an actress, a producer and a talk show host, who became famous in 1987, as she was a permanent cast member in the television series “Full House”. Candace is also an author, having written three books.
So just how rich is Candace Cameron Bure? Sources estimate the actress’ net worth is $12 million. Candace has made most of her money in the entertainment industry and from endorsement deals, beginning by making commercials as a child.
A part of her income comes through her production company, called iCandy Productions. Candace Cameron Bure and her husband also own a boutique wine label, named Bure Family Wines.
Candace Cameron Bure Net Worth $12 Million
Candace Cameron Bure started her acting career when she was still a child. After a few appearances in television commercials for Kentucky Fried Chicken, Alf Doll, Hot Stuff Chef Boyardee, and Cabbage Patch Babies, the actress received a role in an episode of the television series “Alice” in 1983, followed by several appearances in the series “St. Elsewhere” between 1982 and 1984, and several more roles in television movies and series, including “Punky Brewster” in 1985, “Some Kind of Wonderful” and “Who’s the Boss?” in 1987. She became famous for her role as D.J. Tanner in the television series “Full House”, in which she was one of the main cast members from 1987 until 1995. All contributed steadily to her net worth.
After “Full House”, the actress continued to perform in numerous movies and series, such as “Kidz in the Wood”, “No One Would Tell”, “Twice in a Lifetime”, and “She Cried No”. She had several years of absence from the spotlight, during which she dedicated her time to her family, and returned in the industry in 2007 with a role in the movie “That’s So Raven”. She worked with ABC for the series “Make It or Break It”, in which she played the role of Summer Van Horn. Fans could also see her in a series of movies produced and broadcast by Hallmark Channel, which included “Finding Normal”, “Moonlight & Mistletoe”, “The Heart of Christmas”, and “Let It Snow”, the last two receiving Emmy nominations. Again, her net worth benefited considerably.
The actress` popularity is continually growing, her recent movie, “Christmas Under Wraps”, being the most watched original movie made by the Hallmark Network. Candace Cameron Bure was a cast member in the television show “Dancing with the Stars”, in which she succeeded in finishing third in the 18th season.
Besides being an actress and a TV star, Candace Cameron Bure is also a writer, having released two books, “Reshaping It All: Motivation for Physical and Spiritual Fitness” and “Balancing It All”, both New York Times best-sellers. As a writer, she sends messages about faith, nutrition and healthy lifestyle. The third book, “Dancing through Life: Steps of Courage and Conviction”, will relate the actress` experiences during “Dancing with the Stars”.
In her personal life, Candace Cameron Bure has been married to Valeri Bure, a former Russian NHL star, since 1996; the couple has three children, and live in Los Angeles.
Parade Grand Marshall for the 1991 Seafair Torchlight Parade in Seattle, Washington.
Attended Nevada Ave Elementary School in West Hills, California. When Full House (1987) began, her teachers were often invited to attend tapings of the show. She spoke at her graduation in the spring of 1988 and received a roaring ovation from the families gathered.
Her ancestry includes Scottish, English, German, and distant Dutch.
Auditioned for the role of Vicki the Robot in Small Wonder (1985).
Introduced to her husband Valeri Bure by former Full House (1987) co-star Dave Coulier. After their wedding, Valeri sent Coulier an autographed hockey stick with the message, "Dear Dave, thank you for Candace."
Has three children with husband Valeri Bure: Natasha Bure (Natasha Valerievna Bure) (born on August 15, 1998), Lev Valerievich Bure (born on February 20, 2000) and Maksim Valerievich Bure (born on January 20, 2002).
Once I got my driver's license everybody treated me like I was an adult.
My daughter's dabbling in showbiz, and she's done a few commercials. She's auditioned for some movies and shows, so I'm letting her pursue that. I'm OK with it.
I really do feel like I'm in better shape and look better now - even after having three kids - than I did before.
It wasn't always easy at times, having grown up on television and being in the entertainment industry.
When I was 16, I filmed an episode of 'Full House' where my family goes to Disney World. I remember putting on baggy overalls just to hide my stomach. When I watched it, I was pretty disappointed and bummed out looking at myself... I didn't feel good about my own body.
The cool thing about my profession is that I can do it until the day I die.
Once you find love, you find it. There isn't an age on love.
I figure this is my time - to relax, be with my family and have a normal life.
The way I was raised, family was always the most important. When I had our first daughter, Natasha, I knew that's what I wanted to do.
It was in the '80s, so I guess big hair and high bangs. And I had so many gummy bracelets! While we were doing 'Full House,' we were like, 'You know, in 10 years, we're going to look back on this and think this is horrible.' But everyone looked like that!
Almost everyone thinks they are a good person, but the question you should be asking is, am I good enough to go to Heaven? How would you know?
It's amazing. My kids have grown me in ways I never knew possible. The patience I've received and the love I get from them is just amazing.
My mom and dad - they were always there. They were always on the set. They focused on our family life. The entertainment business wasn't the end-all. They weren't out to get the next big paycheck or the next big movie. It was about 'What can we do as a family.'
I'm a mom, so I have to be comfortable. Jeans are a staple - I have way too many in my closet! It's warm in Florida, so I wear jeans and a tank top every day. I love my True Religions, my Rich and Skinny, and Citizens of Humanity. But I also love getting dressed up!
I did a lot of my school on set. Some years I went to a private school for a couple of hours, and then I'd always finish up with a tutor. I couldn't do full days, but I tried to maintain my friendships and some normalcy while doing a show.
I had no style when I was 17! I look at teenagers now and say, 'I wish I'd looked like them when I was that age.' I had no style whatsoever, but style also wasn't as prominent as it is today. I was just very laid back, usually wearing jeans and tank tops and flip flops.
I'm so happy and thankful I made it a point be a stay-at-home mom.
Our marriage is grounded in the word of God. That's really it. God is the core of our marriage, and the foundation and the blueprint for it is how we live, and being open and honest and communicating, but ultimately doing what pleases God, and not in a selfish manner.
We turn off the TV, video games and computer - except for homework - during the week. The TV's reserved for Friday night, Saturday and Sunday just because that's the time to do homework, and it makes it that much less chaotic in our house.