Candace Cameron-Bure has done a lot in her career in addition to playing DJ Tanner on ‘Full House’ and ‘Fuller House.’ She was a host on ‘The View’ from 2015 to 2016. After leaving ‘The View’ Candace was a guest on ‘The Wendy Williams Show,’ and of course, she was asked if she missed her job on the talk show.
Candace responded honestly and a bit bluntly with: “I love being on talk shows, I love hosting talk shows, but that was a hard job every single day, talking politics.”
Candace Cameron Bure Admits It Was 'So Much Harder' Wrapping Fuller House than Full House https://t.co/2fpOoj5r04
— People (@people) November 28, 2019
She has published multiple books that focus on different topics like self-help. She has even written books for kids and a Christian devotional.
Aside from being an author and actress on television, Candace has also had parts in multiple movies, specifically Hallmark Movies. The most recent film, ‘Christmastown, aired on December 1, 2019.
“Chestnuts Suffering on an Open Fire,” by Werner Herzog, “The Toymaker,” by Paul Thomas Anderson, and other new Hallmark classics—all starring Candace Cameron Bure. https://t.co/TF8hm3OaNZ
— The New Yorker (@NewYorker) December 25, 2019
These wholesome films seem to be right up her alley.
Candace is also an activist for eating disorders. She herself had her own battle with bulimia. Her 2011 book ‘Reshaping it All’ describes her ordeal with the disease. In the book, it says that everything started in ‘1995’ after the taping of ‘Full House’ ended and she was trying to adjust to married life in Canada. When describing the struggle, Candace said, ‘I turned to food for comfort and had to find a different source, because clearly it wasn’t a healthy way to deal with things.’
Candace Cameron Bure Visited Joanna Gaines in Waco and They’re Basically BFFs https://t.co/RQP4X5kcss
— Country Living (@CountryLiving) February 2, 2020
When recounting what got her through this hard time with such an awful disease, Candace said that her ‘faith in God’ was what helped her recover and get through it.
Now, Candace uses her experience to help others. On May 3, 2016, Candace took part in an event at the Eating Recovery Center in Denver, Colorado for their first Eating Recovery Day. She also makes it a point to speak about the issue of eating disorders on social media. The goal is to make others aware that ‘recovery is possible.’
Candace Cameron Bure Confirms Olsens Not In Fuller House Final Season: 'We Let That Go Day One' https://t.co/wM4lJmJlLu
— People (@people) November 30, 2019
While this is not all that Candace has accomplished in her career, let’s focus on answering the question of her net worth, which is what you clicked on the article to find out anyway.
According to the Celebrity Net Worth website, Candace’s current net worth is 14 million dollars. Whoa. Keep in mind that this is a combined net worth, combining her net worth with that of her hockey player husband.
Candace always seems to shine a light of positivity with everything she does.
Candace Cameron Bure had a 'drop the mic' moment in 2019 when she perfectly summed up our sinfulness and God’s righteousness in 30 seconds! 🙌https://t.co/HLNpms5FGT
— LightWorkers (@LightWorkers) January 1, 2020