Since then, the actor has built an awe-inspiring resume — from becoming the face of Hallmark Channel to writing bestselling books and running multiple businesses. Plus, the star has also had several internet storms to her name! Here is a look back at the life and spectacular evolution of Candace Cameron Bure.
Growing Up in L.A.
Candace Helaine Cameron was born on April 6, 1976, to Robert and Barbara Cameron. She is the youngest of four siblings. Her brother, Kirk, is the eldest, followed by her sisters, Bridgette and Melissa.
Growing up in Los Angeles, the Cameron children grew up in close quarters in the entertainment industry. Candace's mother worked as a talent manager, while her father was a gym instructor. It was only a matter of time before someone in the family made it big in Hollywood.
She Enters Showbiz at Age Five
Sure enough, her brother, Kirk, broke into the entertainment business. He made a name for himself as Mike Seaver on “Growing Pains,” with subsequent appearances in many more television shows and movies. It seemed like a natural progression when Candace and her sister, Melissa, followed suit.
Candace began acting in television commercials at age five. Melissa started auditioning around the same time and even landed one commercial. Unlike Candace, however, she decided acting was not her calling.
She Appears in Several Commercials
Candace's early work included a 1982 KFC commercial with magician David Fletcher. A very young, incredibly-cute Candace appears in the ad, relishing a chicken leg and showing America how to “do chicken right.” She also appeared in a commercial for Cabbage Patch Kids, where she introduced the baby doll line, AKA “the littlest Cabbage Patch Kids of all.”
But her first credited role was in an episode of the 1982 hit series. "St. Elsewhere." The budding actor was so good she appeared in the series several more times.
Her First Theatrical Releases
She made her feature film debut in a minor role in the teen romance "Some Kind of Wonderful" (1987) scripted by John Hughes. Candace also played Sally Field's daughter in the film, "Punchline" (1988), which also featured a young Tom Hanks. She would later reveal that being on the sets of "Punchline" gave her valuable life lessons.
The young actor witnessed an exhausted Sally Field — spent after shooting an emotional scene multiple times — insisting she needed a break. Even Hollywood legends have their limits. Candace learned that "it's okay to say when you've reached yours."
The Audition That Changed Her Life
Although having a celebrity brother helped, Candace nailed the auditions for the ABC sitcom "Full House" all alone. Series creator Jeff Franklin believed she was not faking being "DJ Tanner" because, in many ways, Candace was the character — authentic, cute, and immensely relatable. Candace more than held her own, despite her last name.
Being Kirk Cameron’s sister was merely a bonus. The rest is history. “Full House” became a TV phenomenon with 192 episodes over eight seasons. Candace was integral to the cast ensemble, staying with the show for its entire run from 1987 to 1995.
She Was Devastated After "Full House" Auditions
Candace did not recall things going so smoothly, though. After her first audition for the role of DJ Tanner, the casting director called and said, "Yeah, she was fine. She was fine. We'll bring her back for a second interview." Candace broke down, thinking she had blown the audition. Despite the casting director's assurances that everything was alright, Candace felt destroyed.
She asked what she could do to be better than "fine," and they suggested she bring more energy. Candace had two or three auditions for producers before officially becoming DJ Tanner.
The Origins of “Oh Mylanta!”
One of the things fans love about "Full House" are the many catchphrases. Each catchphrase became trendy to use — from "how rude!" and “cut it out!” to uncle Jesse’s now-iconic "have mercy!" Candace's was, "Oh, Mylanta!" But very few people know that some catchphrases came from expressions the cast used in real life.
Candace often used "Oh Mylanta" since she was a devout Christian who did not want to the Lord's name in vain. The phrase stuck and became a part of the show.
She Missed One "Full House" Episode
As a family sitcom, “Full House” storylines depended on everyone in the main cast. The actors needed to be around even when an episode was not about them. The show broke from convention in season six when Candace did not appear in “Subterranean Graduation Blues.”
DJ Tanner appears only in the opening credits since Candace was visiting her brother Kirk at camp. Although she was the only member of the main cast who missed an episode, she seems to have more than made up for that as the lead in the successful spin-off “Fuller House.”
Things were not always so great between the cast of "Full House", and we are not talking about the clashes the characters had in the show's storyline. We are talking about real-life events. As it turns out, Jodie Sweetin, who played Stephanie on the show, published a biography named "unSweetined."
She shared many secrets from the show with her fans and didn't spare any words when describing how Candace behaved on set sometimes.
The Cameron Siblings Appear in Each Other’s Shows
Before getting her big break, Candace experienced what it was like to be the sister of a famous 1980s TV sitcom star. Still, few people know or remember that the two celebrity siblings appeared on each other's respective shows.
Kirk Cameron appeared in the episode "Just One of the Guys," where he played DJ's cousin, Steve. Candace appeared as a guest star on two episodes of "Growing Pains" as Jenny Foster.
Kirk Cameron, Candace's brother, was not her only connection to "Growing Pains." As it turns out, Candace dated one of the cast members of the show. Candace claims it was nothing serious, but there was something going on at the time.
Jeremy Miller played Ben Seaver, Mike's younger and annoying brother. Miller was just eleven years old, but he claimed it was true love. She, on the other hand, says her husband was her first real romance.
Sometimes Dream Do Come True
When Candace was on "Full House," she was a huge fan of New Kids on the Block. Andrea Barber, who played Kimmy from next door, was a huge fan too. The two did everything they could to bring the band on to the show, with not much success.
When Candace grew up, and so did the "Full House" show, which turned into "Fuller House," Candace recognized an opportunity. This time her dream was about to come true, even if it was more than two decades later. The members of the band were guests on now of the show's early episodes.
Kimmy Gibler and Candace
The role of Kimmy Gibler on "Full House" stretched much further than what is seen on the screen. In reality, Candace and Andrea Barber, who played Gibler, are true soulmates. Barber starred in "Fuller House" too and is known as a marathon runner.
In the real world, Candace has joined Barber on more than one occasion and has run half a marathon with her. They are best friends and share lifetime memories.
The Perks and Pressures of Being Famous
How did Candace handle all the fame? In an appearance on the All-New Mickey Mouse Club in 1990, the actor explained she was initially oblivious to the media frenzy. It never dawned on her until later that people would watch her every move and scrutinize her behavior.
Call it youth or naivete, but she remained largely unaffected by the hoop-la. Candace was 14 and still unafraid to make mistakes. She admitted she needed to be more cautious since her world had changed. Beyond that, the star was not overly concerned.
Breaking Out of Her Brother's Shadow
It could not have been easy for Candace to live with the moniker "Kirk Cameron's little sister." For many people in the industry, she was the other Cameron sibling for a long time. After being on the show for three years, everyone began calling her Candace.
She said she liked that much better even though she loved being Kirk's sister and the two famously got along. Still, breaking out of her big brother's shadow was a tremendous achievement for her.
Her First Kiss Was On-Screen
Candace had her first-ever kiss on camera — an occupational hazard for many child stars! In the episode titled "13 Candles," birthday girl DJ finally gets a kiss from her crush, Kevin. Candace recalled how it was uncomfortable and felt a million eyes on her.
What made things worse? Her parents were on set and watching along with the crew! Talk about awkward! She had no idea what to do with her eyes or hands. Fate made up for it when Candace had her true love's first kiss years later, which, she said, went a gazillion times better.
Candace Went to Senior Prom With Her On-Screen Boyfriend
Candace Cameron Bure and Scott Weinger were more than just on-screen partners. Their characters, DJ and Steve, were prom dates on the show. Candace and Scott were high school dance dates in real life too! She attended the premiere of "Aladdin" in 1992 with Scott, who voiced the title character.
The pair also went to Candace's senior prom together. In a sweet throwback moment, Scott posted their adorable prom picture to wish her a happy 46th birthday.
It Was Definitely a Date
Back in 1992, Candace wasn't sure what was lying behind Scott Weinger's invite to the "Aladdin" Premier. She didn't know if he was just being friendly or if they were, in fact, going on a date. Scott recalled that he had no idea what was going on either.
Candace was sixteen years old at the time and didn't have the guts to ask. Years later, they both agreed that they were on a date. Today, Scott confirmed that he was proud to have Candace on his dating list.
Uncle Joey Plays Matchmaker
Candace met her first boyfriend and her future husband, Valeri Bure, at a charity game held in Ontario, Canada, in October 1994. She credits meeting the Russian-born NHL player to hockey enthusiast Dave Coulier, better known as Uncle Joey.
Candace and Valeri hit it off instantly, sparks flying in the middle of an NHL lockout. Valeri handed her his jersey after the game and asked her to lunch the next day. Bob Saget would later say how he looked at the couple and knew it was a "done deal."
Her Acclaimed, Lesser-Known Films
Although she is best known for her role in "Full House," Candace also appeared in two lesser-known dramatic Lifetime Movies in the 90s. She appeared in the films "No One Would Tell" (1996) and "She Cried No" (1996).
The movies starred fellow child actors Fred Savage of “The Wonder Years" fame and Mark-Paul Gosselaar from "Saved by the Bell," respectively. Fans and critics lauded both films for their phenomenal acting and storytelling.
No One Realy Didn't Tell
The movie "No One Would Tell" was not easy for Candace to participate in. The movie is based on a tragic true story and tells the tale of a young teenager who is killed by her ex-boyfriend.
The plot covers real-life events and is a warning for other teenagers who find themselves in an abusive relationship like the lead character, who Candace plays. She posted on Twitter, "It’s such a sad and awful real-life story. Abuse, verbal & physical, is NEVER ok or justified. Tell someone if you’ve been hit or hurt."
The Sweetest Love Story
Candace played a big part in her boyfriend's introduction to life in America. The NHL player had been in Canada for only two years when they met, starting a new life from scratch after defecting from Russia.
Valeri and his brother, Pavel, did not even speak English that well, but they picked up the language by watching (you guessed it) "Full House." The show made life in a new country easier. Meeting Candace while she was filming the sitcom seemed like fate.
Candace and Valeri Get Hitched
Candace and Valeri had a whirlwind romance. The pair wasted no time and got engaged within a year of dating. A year later, the happy couple tied the knot. True to form, her on-screen family showed up to share the joy, and everyone was present — Dave Coulier (matchmaker extraordinaire), Bob Saget, John Stamos, Lori Loughlin, Jodie Sweetin, and Andrea Barber.
After the wedding, Valeri allegedly sent Dave a signed hockey stick that read, "Dear Dave, Thank you for Candace."
She Struggles With Mental Health
Filming for the final season of “Full House” had wrapped by the time she was married. Candace retired from acting and moved to Montreal, where her husband played pro hockey for the Montreal Canadiens. From “Full House” mania to a low-key existence in Montreal, the shift proved too much for her to handle.
Candace struggled to cope with her life which had become unrecognizable. Candace revealed she did not know who she was anymore. She sought emotional comfort in food and struggled with health issues and depression.
A Sabbatical From Hollywood
Candace became a mother at 22 and decided to put her career on hold. For any child star wanting to make it big as an adult in the industry, your 20s are pivotal. Candace had no regrets. Her daughter, Natasha, was born on August 15, 1998, followed by sons Lev on February 20, 2000, and Maksim on January 20, 2002.
She loved raising her children but later admitted that being labeled "just a mom" affected her. Taking care of her children meant everything, and anyone who suggested otherwise was taking it too far.
Old Fashion Upbringing
Sometimes, Candace has an old fashion way of looking at things; take discipline, for example. She had said in one interview that she is not completely against physical punishments for children and had spanked her kids when they were younger.
She said she knows it doesn't sound like a modern way of parenting, and that was exactly the point she wanted to make. She knows violence is never the answer, however, she deeply feels that something has gone lost with the modern way of bringing up kids.
Just Like Her Mother
Candace's daughter Natasha is following in her mother's footsteps and has become an actress. She has starred alongside her mother in the movie "Switched for Christmas," which was produced by Hallmark.
Natasha is best known for her role as Cassidy in the movie "Farmer and the Belle: Saving Santaland." In 2021 she starred alongside Heather Locklear in "Lifetime's Don't Sweat the Small Stuff," and she is planning to make it big in Hollywood.
Life as a Full-Time Mom and What Came After
Candace turned down multiple jobs after becoming a mother to raise her kids — something she did happily. From her early 20s until she turned 30, the actor focused on striking a balance and staying home.
When she returned to Hollywood, one of her first jobs was with Bill Abbott, the then-CEO and president of Hallmark Media. She had no idea she would soon become the network's face (along with Lori Loughlin, her "Full House" co-star).
Valeri and Candace Become Winery Owners
Candace and Valeri founded a Napa Valley winery in 2006 after Valeri suffered a devastating back injury that ended his hockey career. Valeri channeled his passion to wine and established the Bure Family Wines. The Bure winery produces limited batches of fine wine under the guidance of winemaker Luc Morlet — a sought-after name among premium Napa Valley establishments.
Valeri and Candace went one step further and purchased an estate in 2011 to grow their own grapes.
Back in Action
Before her comeback in Hallmark's "Moonlight and Mistletoe" (2008), Candace made several tv appearances. She was featured in "I Love the 80s" and "I Love the 80s Strikes Back." During this period, she also co-hosted E! Network's "50 Cutest Child Stars: All Grown Up" and made guest appearances in "That's So Raven" and "The Wager."
She returned to mainstream acting in 2009 with the tv series "Make It or Break It." The show aired until 2012.
Why Hockey Was Off-Limits to Her Son
Candace shared that she and Valeri attempted to discourage their children from taking up hockey. Valeri knew first-hand the physical and emotional toll of the sport, having played in the NHL for a decade. The doting dad tried to get his kids interested in tennis, but their son Maks had his heart set on playing since he was four.
The parents finally relented, and Maks began playing hockey when he was seven. Valeri agreed to coach.
A New York Times Bestselling Author
Candace is not just an actor but also a New York Times bestselling author. She published her first book, "Reshaping It All: Motivation for Physical and Spiritual Fitness," in 2011. Through "Reshaping It All," Bure hoped to inspire women to embrace healthier spiritual and physical lives.
The book is a candid retelling of her troubled relationship with food and its associated struggles. She writes about how she overcame these struggles by making better choices and putting her faith first, which is no simple feat when you work in an industry that vilifies anyone above a size 0.
She Dances Too!
In 2014, she participated in "Dancing with the Stars", coupling with Mark Ballas, where she came in second place behind Amy Purdy and Meryl Davis. One of the storylines brewing on the reality shows that season was whether or not her religious views would come in the way of her dancing. Fans got a taste when Candace felt the need to justify her sultry moves in a post-dance interview.
While she had hinted throughout that she would not be "sexy," Cameron's Christian beliefs came across a little more aggressively than usual in the interview, as she discussed balancing her faith and "Dancing With the Stars."
Her Kids' Award
Candace is the only person who hosted "The Kids' Choice Awards" twice. The first time was in 1990 when she joined her then co-stars, Dave Coulier and David Faustino. The second time wasn't late to come.
In 1994, Candace went hand in hand with Mark Weiner and Joey Lawrence and gave the performance of her life. The award show has been running since 1988 and is going strong ever since.
She’s All for Diversity
Despite being cast as a “bigot” and a raging Conservative, Candace has always maintained she does not condone discrimination of any kind. She supported Hallmark's decision when the channel sought to diversify its movie offerings.
The network wanted to be inclusive of all groups, which Candace supported wholeheartedly. She believed the relationship was symbiotic, and they also allowed her to make films incorporating faith and family-friendly entertainment for a conservative audience.
"Fuller House" — Where Everything and Nothing Had Changed
She announced in 2015 that she would reprise her role as DJ Tanner in the highly-anticipated Netflix spin-off, “Fuller House.” The show was a tremendous success, despite the pressures of having a massive legacy to live up to. Fans loved seeing their favorite characters evolve, although many remarked how different DJ seemed in the offshoot.
In trying to drum up nostalgia, the show wanted to recreate a mirror of “Full House”. For the creators, that meant tweaking DJ's character to be more like her father’s (the late Bob Saget), and fans quickly spotted it.
Behind the Scenes Is Where Everything Happens
If there is now thing Candes loves doing, it's filming behind-the-scenes footage. She believes, and rightfully so, that fans are far more interested in the things that happen off-set than in front of the screen.
She regularly posts photos on her Instagram account. While promoting "Fuller House," these photos usually involve Jodie Sweetin and Andrea Barber posing for the camera.
Of Politics, Faith, and Hollywood
Candace is an outspoken conservative Republican in an industry that historically leans left. When she was a panelist on "The View", the actor said she felt pressure to represent conservatives on TV. Candace appeared in one season as a co-host — a memorable stint for all the wrong reasons.
She thanked co-host Whoopi Goldberg for having her back throughout the emotional rollercoaster. The actor believes she still experiences PTSD, thanks to the stress she endured on the show.
Wedding Cake Controversy
In July 2015, Candace, once again, made the news for defending an Oregon bakery that refused to make a cake for a lesbian wedding. She believed the business did not discriminate and had the right to choose its customers.
The former Hallmark actor discussed the matter at length on "The View" as a First Amendment rights concern and a business's freedom to choose whom it associates with. Raven Symoné, her co-host at the time, cut her off by saying, "I refuse to associate with you right now."
On Why She Left "The View"
Candace left "The View" one month after the US presidential elections in 2016. When Donald Trump was elected president, she knew things would get uglier. Defending her political views on TV would become next to impossible, not to mention unbearable.
She decided becoming a punching bag for conservatives was not worth jeopardizing her mental health. The actor was already deeply-distressed being on the show, and leaving was an easy decision.
Despite her wholesome Christian image (or because of it), Candace has been embroiled in numerous controversies. In March 2017, the actor posted a picture on Instagram wearing a shirt with the catchphrase "Not today, S@t@n" – more famously known for being a catchphrase from “Ru Paul’s Drag Race.”
Bianca Del Rio, a contestant on the show and creator of the phrase, bitterly chastised Candace, who defended herself by saying she was not narrow-minded and prejudiced as Del Rio suggested and only has a love for people, even if she disagrees with them.
A Skincare Collaboration With QVC
Candace became the brand ambassador for Lancer Skincare as it made its QVC debut. She appeared on QVC to promote the brand's Method 3-step system, which sold out in minutes! The actress had been a Lancer Skincare loyalist for years, and she even had Dr. Lancer (the brand's creator) as her dermatologist.
On their part, Lancer Skincare believed Candace was the ultimate representation of the brand's ethos — an "authentic partnership" nurtured over ten years and counting.
A Successful Author
After the success of her first book, Candace has released several more. In 2018, she published her fifth and sixth books, "Kind is the New Classy: The Power of Living Graciously" and "Candace Center Stage," her first children's book.
Candace's third book, "Dancing Through Life: Steps of Courage and Conviction," centers around her journey on "Dancing With the Stars." The book chronicles her triumphs and struggles in stepping outside her comfort zone to compete on the show.
She Gets Trolled for Defending Her Brother
During the coronavirus pandemic, the star faced backlash when she took to social media to defend her brother Kirk, who allegedly organized Christmas caroling events in the thick of the lockdown. He was suitably rebuked and chastised by the internet, but not before Candace had something to say about it since trolls began attacking her too.
She wrote that she did not attend any caroling events and did “not appreciate the slanderous tweets” about her family.
The PDA Photo
In September 2020, Candace received criticism after sharing a photo of her husband, Valeri, with his hand on her breast. She responded with good humor and addressed the Christians shaming her post. That people believed her husband of 24 years could not touch her breast made her laugh, she said.
"We have a lot of fun together. He is free to touch me whenever he wants, and I hope he does," said the actor. She went on to apologize before promptly taking it back. Candace was sorry it offended people but was actually not sorry!
Why She Follows Democrats on Social Media
Candace found herself in the middle of another internet storm following negative comments about her following habits on social media. At the time, she followed over 1000 accounts, including Barack Obama, Vice President Kamala Harris, and President Joe Biden.
The actor took pains to explain that following someone on social media does not imply endorsement. It just meant she followed different accounts to broaden her perspective and understand diverse points of view. You don't have to agree, but you must hear their opinions. Preach!
You Can't Mess With Her
If there is one thing the actor has taken away from her time on “The View,” it is a thick skin. Candace today claps back at haters without hesitation, especially when they come at her for innocuous things — like a sweet family holiday card she posted online in 2021!
The comments devolved from celebrating her family to unkind words about her children’s appearances and photo editing. She waded into the comments to tell the trolls off. The actor had much more to say on E! about the general audacity.
She Launches a Fashion Line With QVC
In 2021, Candace joined the ranks of co-stars Ashley and Mary-Kate Olsen when she launched a casual sportswear collection with QVC. The fashion line reflected her values, emphasizing affordability and size inclusivity. Whether someone was size XXS or 5X, the line had fun, feminine, and fashionable clothes for everyone.
Candace did not enter the fashion world on a whim. She had always loved clothing, but it took a lot of thought, effort, and getting things right before she felt comfortable venturing into the industry, which paid off. Candace Cameron Bure Clothing sales have been incredibly successful.
When She Danced for the Holy Spirit
The Fuller House alum apologized after some of her fans were offended by a TikTok video. In July 2021, Candace posted a video in which she spoke about "the power of the Holy Spirit" while dancing with her Bible. Many thought she was attempting to be seductive and felt the post was inappropriate.
Candace clarified that she was trying to be strong and not seductive while dancing. Although she never usually apologizes for such things, the actor eventually removed the video.
Who’s the Drama?
In October 2021, she made headlines for a TikTok video about what it was like to be a conservative in the entertainment industry. The video shows her lip-syncing to an audio clip from "RuPaul's Drag Race" asking, '"Is it me? Am I the drama?" She captioned the post saying she is not the villain, but maybe she is in the larger scheme of things.
The drag reality show reposted the original clip from the show the following day with the caption, "When your audio lands on the wrong side of TikTok & they have no idea."
The Time She Wore Red to a Wedding
The actor had to go online and defend her fashion choices at a wedding in October 2021! Observers on social media took it upon themselves to criticize Candace and her daughter Natasha for wearing red dresses to a wedding — an absolute no-no, they said.
Even as Instagram users continued slamming her, Candace responded by saying, “anything goes in L.A.” and “different style rules apply in Los Angeles.” Candace does not get a break!
Followers Criticize Candace for Her Silence on Uvalde
Candace responded to followers who rebuked her for not speaking out after the tragic shooting in Uvalde, Texas. Social media was the last thing on her mind and never the first place she thought of to pour her heart out. The actor did not want to be on it then.
In May 2022, a teary-eyed Candace shared how she processes things differently from others. Some people vent or express grief instantly, while others like her need time to sit with their emotions. She went on to say that silence on social media is not an accurate representation of someone's thoughts or actions.
Her Feud With JoJo Siwa
In July 2022, Candace became the subject of another unnecessary kerfuffle when JoJo Siwa claimed in a TikTok video that the "Full House" actor is the "rudest" celebrity she had ever met. The two stars connected after the video went viral.
Jojo Siwa later explained that she was referring to a time when Candace allegedly refused to pose for a photograph with her. 11-year-old Jojo was excited to meet Candace then, and it may have been an inconvenient time for her to take photos. She did not actually think Candace was an awful human.
Candace Leaves Hallmark
She left Hallmark Media after an impressive run of 30 movies, including 18 in the "Aurora Teagarden" franchise. In April, Bure made the shocking announcement that she would be joining Great American Family, the network Bill Abbott launched in 2021 after a tumultuous exit from ABC.
Candace cleared the air with reporters, saying her contract with Hallmark was about to expire when Great American Family happened. Although she had begun renewal negotiations with Hallmark, things didn't work out.
A New Christmas Movie
In September 2022, Candace announced her first Christmas movie project with the Great American Family. The "Full House" alum revealed that the film titled "A Christmas... Present" would premiere in November as part of the network's "Great American Christmas" lineup.
The theme of the film centers around slowing down enough and enjoying the quiet moments to find God. Candace plays Maggie Larson, an overworked real estate agent and mom who needs to rediscover the "reason for the season."
Her Support of Traditional Marriage
After leaving Hallmark for Great American Family (GAF), the actor received backlash when she stated that GAF films would prioritize stories on traditional marriage. She went on to say that GAF shared her love for the Lord.
Together, they were excited to promote good family entertainment and faith-based programming. Hilarie Burton Morgan called Candace a "bigot" on social media, telling her to "ride that prejudice wave all the way to the bank."
A New Project With Hallmark
Candace Cameron Bure launched a new collaboration with Hallmark in November 2022. Unlike previous years, this did not involve holiday movies for Hallmark Media or the Hallmark Channel. Instead, Candace joined hands with Hallmark subsidiary, DaySpring, and Walmart to launch a line of faith-based inspirational merchandise.
The collection features decor, houseware, and other Christian products. In true Candace form, some of the items include "Beautifully Broken" coffee mugs, a booklet with "100 Pass-Along Notes to Share the Love," and a "One Step Closer" calendar.
A Fitness Freak
Acting, running multiple businesses, and being a mom keeps Candace busy, but she enjoys working out and prioritizes health. She told Fox News that fitness makes her feel better from the inside out. "I realized how much better my mindset is and my attitude when I put some exercise in because there are endorphins that are released that chemically actually make you a happier person," Candace explained in an interview.
Even on days with long working hours, she makes it a point to squeeze in several 10-minute workouts at different intervals.
A Price to Pay
Candace's perfect completion has a story behind it. She is strongly into anti-aging lotions and anything that can make her skin look younger and fresher. She uses the old method of vaseline for removing eye makeup and says it does wonders.
Sunscreen is one of her closest companions. She is a lover of Lancer moisturizers, and she uses fillers for her eyebrows as she says they are naturally sparse.
Candace Does Her Own Stunts!
Here is something you probably did not know about Candace. She is an action star who rarely needs a stunt double! That is right. The oh-so-sweet Candace performed all her stunts in Hallmark films and Netflix's "Fuller House" (the wrestling scene). She has never faced a stunt-related injury on set.
The actor revealed that she already knew about wrestling because she watched it with her kids at home. She believed she could handle the intense wrestling stunts on her own. Even though there were stunt doubles on set, just in case she decided she did not need them.