How Candace Cameron Bure's Daughter Natasha Is Following In Her Footsteps

Like her young co-stars on "Full House," Candace Cameron Bure started acting at an early age. According to Biography, the actress first came on to the screen when she was just five-years-old, starring in several commercials and TV spots. She eventually started to pick up small roles on some of the biggest shows of the 1980s, including "St. Elsewhere" and "Alice," as well as making her film debut in the John Hughes flick "Some Kind of Wonderful." 


Taking inspiration from her older brother Kirk Cameron, who starred in the sitcom "Growing Pains," Bure would eventually become the star of another sitcom when she was 11-years-old. Starring alongside Jodie Sweetin and Mary-Kate and Ashley, "Full House" captivated audiences thanks to the Tanner family.

Since starring on the series, Bure has gone on to pave a very successful career for herself — so much so that Bure's eldest daughter Natasha wants to follow in her footsteps (via E! Online).

Natasha Bure plays a younger version of her mom in the "Aurora Teagarden Mysteries"

Born in 1998, Natasha Bure started acting in 2011 (via IMDb). Like her mom, these were small roles on the likes of "Make It or Break It" as well as some of her Candace Cameron Bure's Hallmark movies like "The Heart of Christmas" as well as an episode of "Fuller House" in 2020. But in 2017, she officially co-starred as Bure's on-screen daughter Piper in "Switched for Christmas," and would go on to play a teenage Aurora Teagarden in Hallmark's "Aurora Teagarden Mysteries" in 2022.


Candace Cameron Bure shared the news on Instagram, sharing how proud she was of her daughter. "Who doesn't love a good flashback in a movie?" Bure wrote on Instagram, accompanying a sneak peek at "Aurora Teagarden Mysteries: Haunted By Murder," "Did @lexadoig and I mention that our daughters are in this one?  #proudmama."

Outside of Hallmark, Natasha Bure also starred in Lifetime's "Don't Sweat the Small Stuff: The Kristine Carlson Story" with Heather Locklear, as well as auditioning for "The Voice" in 2016 where she was coached by Adam Levine (via People).