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Jennifer Candy is a producer and actress known for her role in the 2017 comedy-thriller movie 'In Vino,' the comedy TV series 'Liv and Maddie,' which ran from 2013 to 2017, and the television show 'Where's This Party?' which ran from 2014 to 2015.
Jennifer Candy is the daughter of late Canadian actor and comedian John Candy. John is well-known for his role in movies such as 'Stripes, Splash,' 'Cool Runnings,' 'Summer Rental,' 'Home Alone,' 'The Great Outdoors,' 'Spaceballs,' and 'Uncle Buck.' While he was an established actor, his daughter has also made a name for herself. Many people seem eager to learn about Jennifer Candy's net worth, so we compiled some details about the topic below.
What is Jennifer Candy's Net Worth?
According to some online outlets, Jennifer Candy holds an estimated net worth of $200,000. Jennifer Candy has made an entire net worth from her profession as an actress. She has not worked in many television series and movies, but she is making progress in the sector. She might hopefully make it big in the field and achieve tremendous success in the future.
Jennifer Candy holds an estimated net worth of $200,000.
Jennifer Candy's earliest credit comes from the 1991 TV series 'Camp Candy,' in which she voice acted. Her father, John Candy, had developed the series and her brother was also a part of the cast. Additionally, she voiced the character named Bobby the Genius for an episode of the animated TV series 'Bobby's World.'
Jennifer Candy then took a decade-long gap from acting before starring in minor roles in television series such as 'MADtv,' 'According to Jim,' and 'The Defenders.' She also appeared in various short videos and movies, most of which were in the comedy genre. In 2018, Jennifer Candy played in the 2017 movie 'In Vivo.' She also appeared in the short film 'Chowchilla,' co-written and produced by her brother, Chris.
A Little About Life of Jennifer Candy's Father John Candy
John Candy was reputed for his work in the entertainment sector, and he rose to fame as a member of the Toronto branch of the Second City and it's Second City Television (SCTV) series. He rose to the top in comedy films such as 'Stripes, Splash,' 'Cool Runnings,' 'Summer Rental,' 'Home Alone,' 'The Great Outdoors,' 'Spaceballs,' and 'Uncle Buck.'
John Candy was a reputed actor and comedian. Source: Looper
John Candy's dramatic roles come from films such as 'Only the Lonely' and 'JFK.' One of his most renowned onscreen performances was as 'Del Griffith,' the talkative shower-curtain ring salesman in the John Hughes comedy 'Planes,
Trains and Automobiles.' Aside from acting, he was also a businessman and was a co-owner of the Toronto Argonauts of the Canadian Football League from 1991 until his death. He died of a heart attack in 1994 at the age of 43.