Friday, October 19, 2012

Co-Stars That 'Full House' Star Doesn't Talk To

Co-Stars That 'Full House' Star Doesn't Talk To, Candace Cameron opens up about her sitcom past, her brother's controversial remarks, and her new movie. Candace Cameron talks holiday movie, Olsen twins, brother Kirk and motherhood, For those of you who caught the recent "Full House" reunion, you know that the show's former star, who played D.J. Tanner, has indeed grown into a gorgeous woman. But you may be surprised the extent to which Candace Cameron Bure (yes, she has tacked on her married name) has truly become an adult.

Now 36 years old and the mother of three, her oldest, daughter Natasha, is three years older than Candace was when she first appeared on the popular family sitcom 25 years ago. Natasha is now also taller than her famous mom.

I caught up with Candace recently as she was promoting the drama "The Heart of Christmas," available now on DVD. The film is both heart wrenching and uplifting, based on the true story of a community that rallies around a young boy who is diagnosed with cancer. Candace spoke with me about how she prepares for emotional scenes. She also opened up about her brother Kirk Cameron (of former "Growing Pains" fame), her thoughts on why the Olsen twins didn't make it to the "Full House" reunion, and why she has turned down roles on successful sitcoms that are on the air today.


No comments:

Post a Comment