Candice Cameron Bure
Actress, producer, host, New York Times Best-Selling Author, inspirational speaker, mother of three and wife, Bure is emerging as one of the most powerful women in entertainment. She currently appears on four different television networks (ABC, Netflix, Hallmark Channel, and Hallmark Movies & Mysteries) and is considered by millions as a role model to women of all ages.
Viewers watched Bure grow up as D.J. Tanner in the beloved television series “Full House” during the show’s eight-year run. After taping its final episode in 1995, “Full House” still ranks as one of the most successful series of all time.
Bure has stepped back into her role as D.J. in Netflix’s top-rated original series “Fuller House.” The much buzzed about series follows Bure (D.J.) as a widow and mother of three and when things become too much to handle, she calls in the help of her sister ‘Stephanie’ (Jodie Sweetin) and best friend Kimmy Gibbler (Andrea Barber). Guest appearances throughout the series include the original legacy cast members John Stamos, Bob Saget, Dave Coulier and Lori Loughlin. Now in its third season, they have won multiple Teen Choice, People’s Choice and Kids Choice Awards.
After finishing a three-year run as her character Summer Van Horn on ABC Family Network’s “Make It or Break It,” Bure became the executive producer with her production company iCandy Productions for her new hit mystery movie series “Aurora Teagarden” on Hallmark Movies & Mysteries in which she plays the title character. The series is based on the books by New York Times Best-Selling Author Charlaine Harris.
Bure’s third book, “Dancing Through Life: Steps of Courage and Conviction”, which chronicles her journey of self-discovery on season 18 of ABC’s “Dancing with the Stars” that came by leaping out of her comfort zone. The book includes the highs and lows, the roadblocks, and the personal victories that she experienced while competing.
While making it to the finals and finishing third with her dance partner Mark Ballas, it was here that she stood with courage and conviction as she displayed her Christian faith on one of the largest platforms of her life.
Her first two books, “Reshaping It All: Motivation for Physical and Spiritual Fitness and Balancing It All: My Story of Juggling Priorities and Purpose” made her a New York Times Best-Selling Author. Her fourth book, “Staying Stylish: Cultivating a Confident Look, Style, and Attitude” will be released on November 21st.
Candace has starred in multiple movies for Hallmark Channel including “Puppy Love,” “Moonlight & Mistletoe,” and “Let It Snow,” along with “Finding Normal,” Emmy nominated “The Heart of Christmas,” “Christmas Detour,” “Christmas Under Wraps,” and “Journey Back to Christmas.”
With a philanthropic spirit that shines through her work, Candace is passionate about non-profits Skip1.org, Compassion International and National House of Hope.
A devoted wife to her husband, former NHL star Val Bure (the two were introduced at a hockey game by Dave Coulier) the two have been happily married since 1996. Together with their three children, Natasha, Lev and Maks, they split their time between Los Angeles and Napa Valley, California, which is home to their highly rated boutique wine label, Bure Family Wines.
Mark Deklin is most recently known for his role as Senator Jack Bowman on ABC’s “Designated Survivor.” He was also recently seen on TNT’s “Major Crimes” and recently wrapped the fourth season of “Grace & Frankie” on Netflix. Deklin was a series regular on “Devious Maids” and on ABC’s “GCB” (based on the book Good Christian Bitches), CBS’ hit action series “Hawaii Five-0” as Stark Edwards, the husband of Scott Caan’s ex-wife, and “Lonestar” on ABC. His other television credits include TV Land’s “Hot in Cleveland,” “Better Off Ted,” the SyFy mini-series “Riverworld,” “Desperate Housewives,” “Big Love,” “Nip/Tuck,” “The Ex List,” and “Sex & the City.” He has appeared in the films “Herbie Fully Loaded,” “The Wish List,” and most recently, “Tarzan.”
Deklin’s Broadway and Off-Broadway credits include “Cyrano de Bergerac” (with Kevin Kline and Jennifer Garner), “Sweet Smell of Success” (with John Lithgow), “The Lion King,” “Arms & the Man,” “As You Like It,” “Macbeth,” “Six-Six-Sixty,” “Measure for Measure,” “Tallulah Hallelujah,” “The Alchemist,” and “Home of the Brave.” He has worked at regional theaters across the country, performing a wide range of roles in such plays as “Othello,” “Hay Fever,” “Snakebit,” “An Ideal Husband,” “Romeo & Juliet,” “The Big Slam,” “Coriolanus,” “Love! Valour! Compassion!,” “Freewill and Wanton Lust,” “Troilus & Cressida,” “Born Yesterday,” and “The Taming of the Shrew.”
Deklin earned his M.F.A. from the University of Washington’s highly esteemed PATP conservatory, as well as his union cards and a certification with the Society of American Fight Directors.
Eion Bailey is known for his performances in the critically acclaimed HBO miniseries “Band of Brothers” and the long-standing television drama “ER.” Bailey can currently be seen on Amazon Studio’s “The Last Tycoon” opposite Matt Bomer, Kelsey Grammer, Lily Collins and Rosemarie Dewitt. Bailey also co-starred opposite Liev Schreiber in the critically acclaimed Showtime series “Ray Donovan.”
Some of Bailey’s film credits include the most recent Lionsgate feature “Extortion,” “Fight Club,” “Almost Famous,” “Center Stage,” and “Mindhunters.” Bailey also co-starred with Antonio Banderas in the HBO original movie, “And Starring Pancho Villa as Himself.”
Bailey has won, and been nominated for numerous awards, and is the recipient of a Day- time Emmy for his Outstanding Performance in the movie “Life of the Party.”