Nothing is out of our reach. We can play as many roles as possible, even in real life. Here is Candace Cameron Bure, who is successful in many fields and is still moving forward. Candace Helaine Cameron, famously known as Candy or Candace Cameron Bure, was born on April 6, 1976, in Panorama City, Los Angeles, California, USA. She is the youngest of four children to Robert and Barbara Cameron. One of her brothers, Kirk Cameron, is also a well-known actor. Candace Cameron Bure got influenced by him and took acting seriously, only to reach greater altitudes in that field.
To make an entry, Candace Cameron Bure appeared in many TV commercials at a very tender age. In some minor roles, she got recognized with St. Elsewhere, Who's The Boss?, etc. Later, Candace Cameron Bure took the role of Jennifer Bates in David W. Duclon directed, Punky Brewster. It is a story of a girl by the name of Punky Brewster, which makes the storyline. George Gaynes and Susie Garrett starred in the sitcom.
Candace Cameron Bure played the role of Cindy Nelson in the film, Some Kind Of Wonderful, directed by Howard Deutch. This movie is a romantic entertainer released in 1987, starring Erik Stoltz, and Craig Sheffer, among others. For his role in the film, in 1988, Lea Thompson received the Young Artist Award.
Candace Cameron Bure became famous for her role as DJ Tanner in 193 episodes of the TV series, Full House, which started in 1987 and ended in 1995. This program gave her great exposure in the industry. She won the Blimp Award for Favorite Television Actress, and was nominated for many other awards like Young Artist Award. She entertained the global audience with her roles in Noel Nosseck directed, ‘No One Would Tell’, Bethany Rooney directed, ‘She Cried No’, and Roger Duchowny’s creation, ‘Camp Cucamonga’. She took some roles in some TV series, and was the host for the Nickelodeon Kids Choice Awards, for two times in a span of six years. She is also the co-host for 50 Cutest Child Stars: All Grown Up.
Candace Cameron Bure devoted her time and returned with a guest role in 2006 with That's So Raven, and The Wagner, among others. She again came back with a full-fledged acting role as Summer Van Horne in the 2009 family drama, Make It or Break It, which focussed on the upcoming gymnasts aiming at the Olympic games. It starred Josie Loren, and Ayla Kell, among others.
Candace Cameron Bure is also an author of three books named Reshaping It All: Motivation For Physical and Spiritual Fitness, Balancing It All:
of Juggling Priority and Purpose, and Dancing Through Life: Steps of Courage and Conviction. She married a hockey player named Valeri Bure, and they have three children together.