Working in the entertainment industry is an interest that Candace Cameron Bure’s daughter Natasha Bure has always had. In the past, Natasha has stated that Candace’s acting career wasn’t the reason she decided to perform. “What’s funny is that I’ve always wanted to act, and I think a lot of people assume that I wanted to get into acting because my mom did it, which weirdly I don’t think is true,” Natasha told Heavy in the Year 2021. Natasha also said she didn’t see her mother act until she was about 10 years old and she “had already done it [acting] stuff on [her] own” until then.
So far, the 23-year-old actor has starred in projects like Home Sweet Home and The Farmer and the Belle: Saving Santaland. She has also appeared on a few TV shows with her mother, including Hallmark’s Aurora Teagarden Mysteries. In 2022, as a teenager, Natasha played Candace’s character Aurora, which was a pleasant collaboration for the mother-daughter duo. “She had so much fun playing my character as a high school student,” Candace said when she and Natasha teamed up for an E! News Interview. Although she and her mother worked together, Natasha makes it clear that her roles were accomplished independently of her celebrity mother.
Natasha Bure says she won’t be given roles because of her famous mother
Natasha Bure sets the record straight on how she earned her achievements in acting career.
The daughter of Fuller House star Candace Cameron Bure spoke to TODAY on July 5 about the idea of being given opportunities because her mother is an accomplished performer. “A lot of people will assume that if I even get a job or a job, it’s hers,” Natasha said. “Or it’s given to me, or it’s handed to me, and it’s quite literally the opposite, to be honest.” The actor went on to say that she’s “like everyone else just trailing and trying to follow [her] Pursuing dreams and making them come true,” before explaining that it can be “frustrating” that people might assume she’s getting roles because of her mom’s Hollywood connections.
Candace spoke to Closer Weekly in 2020 about her pride in watching Natasha achieve great things independently as an actress. “[Natasha is] She’s doing her thing,” Candace said. “She’s a really great, strong, independent woman, and she has a good head on her shoulders … so she makes great decisions.” Viewers can expect Natasha to continue to grow her career with a variety of roles, as she does TODAY also said she wants to explore “emotional stuff” through dramatic roles in the future.