Candace Cameron Bure Net Worth

How Much is Candace Cameron Bure’s Net Worth as of 2023?

Candace Cameron Bure Net Worth:
$14 Million

Candace Cameron Bure Net Worth

Candace Cameron Bure – Quick Facts
Net Worth: $14 Million
Date of birth: April 6, 1976 (48 years old)
Gender: Female
Profession: TV Actress
Nationality: American

She starred as Donna Jo Tanner in 193 episodes of Full House from 1987 to 1995, a role for which she was nominated for six Young Artist Awards. She signed on to reprise the role in the 2016 Netflix follow-up series Fuller House. She also played Summer Van Horne on the series Make It or Break It from 2009 to 2012.

Following the footsteps of her older brother, Kirk Cameron she began her career by acting in various commercials.

She played Carrie in the 1988 film Punchline and Cassandra in the 2007 film The Wager. She also portrayed Megan White in five episodes of St. Elsewhere.


Before landing the part on “Full House,” Candace appeared in small roles in a series of television shows like Growing Pains (alongside big brother Kirk), Punky Brewster and St. Elsewhere. In 1987, she had a role as the youngest sister of Eric Stoltz in the teen comedy “Some Kind of Wonderful.”

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Personal Life

She married Valeri Bure in June of 1996. She and Valeri have two sons, Lev and Maksim, and a daughter, Natasha.

She starred in Full House with Bob Saget, and won a Nickelodeon Kids’ Choice Award for Favorite Television Actress in 1994.


“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.”

— Candace Cameron Bure

“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.”

— Candace Cameron Bure

“I’m so happy and thankful I made it a point be a stay-at-home mom.”

— Candace Cameron Bure

“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.”

— Candace Cameron Bure

“I really do feel like I’m in better shape and look better now – even after having three kids – than I did before.”

— Candace Cameron Bure