Candace Cameron Bure is an actress, producer, author, and panelist on talk shows from the United States. She is famous for playing D.J. Tanner on the TV shows Full House and Fuller House. Bure has been in a lot of holiday movies on the Hallmark Channel.
She played the main character in the movie version of the Aurora Teagarden book series and was the main star in a movie based on the book series.
She took part in season 18 of Dancing with the Stars in 2014 and came in third place. On the show Make It or Break It, Bure played Summer van Horne. She was a co-host on the daytime talk show The View from 2015 to 2016.
Candace Helaine Cameron was born in Panorama City, LA, on April 6, 1976. Kirk Cameron, who is also an actor, is her younger brother. Their parents are Robert and Barbara Cameron.
Candace Cameron Bure’s Net Worth
As of November 2022, Candace Cameron Bure Has an Estimated Net Worth of $14 Million (Source: Celebrity Net Worth). Candace alone is estimated to have a net worth of around $10 Million. That is how much she and her husband of more than 20 years, retired NHL hockey player Valerie Bure, are worth together.
She makes most of her money from her job as an actress. As an actress, Candace Cameron Bure is very successful, which also means she makes a lot of money.
She also has a Clothing Line named after herself, which came out in February 2022.
Candace and Valerie bought a house in Plantation, Florida, for $1.377 million in September 2001. During the time he played for the Florida Panthers, they lived there. In 2015, they sold the house for $1.455 million. They spent $2.355 million on a home in Malibu, California, around the same time they sold their home in Florida. In 2012, they bought a house in St. Helena, California, that was on two acres of land.
Her Career in The Entertainment Industry!
Bure appeared as a guest star on TV shows like St. Elsewhere, Growing Pains, and Who’s the Boss? In a 1985 episode of the TV show Punky Brewster, Bure played Jennifer Bates. In the teen comedy Some Kind of Wonderful, which came out in 1987, she played Eric Stoltz’s younger sister.
Also in 1987, Bure started playing Donna Jo “D.J.” Tanner, the oldest daughter of Danny Tanner, played by Bob Saget, on the ensemble sitcom Full House. This was the most important role of Bure’s career. Bure played a role in all eight seasons of the show, which ran from 1991 to 1995.
She was in the adventure comedy Camp Cucamonga while she was on Full House. Cameron was a guest star in the pilot for Real Mature, which did not get picked up, and in an episode of Bill Nye the Science Guy, where she played “Candace the Science Gal.” She was also in Punchline, a movie with Tom Hanks and Sally Field.
Bure hosted the Nickelodeon Kids’ Choice Awards in 1990 with Full House co-stars Dave Coulier and David Faustino, and he did it again in 1994 with Joey Lawrence and Marc Weiner.
Her Journey After Full House
After Full House ended in 1995, Bure had guest roles on Cybill and Boy Meets World.
Bure also acted in a number of made-for-TV movies on NBC. In No One Would Tell, she played a teen who had been abused, in She Cried No, she played a teen who had been raped on a date, and in NightScream, she was in a mystery.
Bure took a break from TV and movies after giving birth so she could focus on her family. In the 2000s, she was interviewed for the shows I Love the ’80s and I Love the ’80s Strikes Back, which looked back at the 1980s. Later, she and Keshia Knight Pulliam from The Cosby Show would co-host 50 Cutest Child Stars: All Grown Up on the E! network.
Bure was a guest star on the TV show That’s So Raven in 2007. The next year, she starred with Randy Travis in The Wager. In 2008, she starred with Tom Arnold in the Hallmark Channel movie Moonlight and Mistletoe. Cameron went back to TV in 2009 and was cast in the show Make It or Break It, which ran from 2010 to 2012.
On March 4, 2014, it was announced that Bure would be dancing with Mark Ballas on season 18 of Dancing with the Stars. The couple made it to the finals and ended up in third place, behind Meryl Davis and Amy Purdy, who won first and second place, respectively.
In 2015, it was announced that Bure would play D.J. Tanner again in the 2016 Netflix spinoff Fuller House, which will be called D.J. Tanner-Fuller. In July 2015, filming began. During seasons 19 and 20, Bure was a co-host on The View. In March 2016, the second season of Fuller House was ordered.
On December 8, 2016, Bure said that she was leaving The View because her family life, her work on Fuller House and the Hallmark Channel, and her other commitments made it hard for her to do both. Fuller House was picked up for a fifth and final season in January 2019, which will air later that year. The last episode will air on June 2, 2020.
Hallmark Channel Work
Bure has been in more than two dozen Hallmark Channel movies, including the 2017 movie Switched For Christmas. She also played Aurora Teagarden in the Hallmark Movies and Mysteries series of eighteen movies.
Bure is also the boss of a one-hour Christmas show called “Christmas Across America,” which shows people from all over the country celebrating the holidays. Bure and her daughter Natasha also hosted the 26th annual Movieguide Awards on February 8, 2019, for the network.
In April 2022, it was announced that Bure would move to GAC Family, which is run by a group led by former Hallmark Channel head Bill Abbott, to develop, produce, and star in romantic comedy and holiday movies and series on both GAC Family and its sister channel, GAC Living.
Her Career as an Author
Cameron Bure has written Four Books: Reshaping It All: Motivation for Physical and Spiritual Fitness, which was a New York Times bestseller and came out in January 2011; Balancing It All: My Story of Juggling Priorities and Purpose, which came out in January 2014; Dancing Through Life: Steps of Courage and Conviction, which came out in August 2015; and Kind is the New Classy: The Power of Living Graciously, which came out in April 2018.
In an interview in September 2015, Bure said that her third book, Dancing Through Life, is more personal than her first two. In an interview from April 2018, Bure said that Kind Is the New Classy was about staying centered and being nice to other people.
Let’s Take a Closer Look into Candace Cameron Bure Personal Life!
On June 22, 1996, Cameron got married to Valeri Bure, a Russian player in the NHL. Her co-star on Full House, Dave Coulier, was the one who brought them together at a charity hockey game. They have three kids: a girl and two boys.
Natasha Bure, her 18-year-old daughter, was a contestant on season 11 of The Voice and played a younger version of her mother’s main character in the last Aurora Teagarden Mystery. Pavel Bure, who is in the Hockey Hall of Fame, is Cameron’s brother-in-law.
Bure is a Republican conservative. She became a Christian when she was 12, and she says that her faith is what keeps her marriage together. She has said that she had Bulimia Nervosa when she was in her early twenties.
She left Hallmark in 2022 because she wanted to focus on her own channel. She has said that “keeping traditional marriage at the core” is important to her.
Bure gives money to the organization Compassion International. The Bure family gives money to the organization to help three children.