Candace Cameron Bure’s daughter, Natasha, could also be following in her mother’s leisure footsteps, however she’s carving her personal path.
Chatting with Fox Information, Bure’s oldest child with husband, former skilled hockey participant Valeri Bure, opened up about discovering her ardour to carry out.
“I believe it was one thing I type of discovered alone,” Natasha advised us about her profession alternative. “For a very long time, I used to be actually into musical theatre, which is lots completely different from movie.”
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Initially, the 20-year-old singer-actress thought she was going to land on Broadway.
“I lived in Florida for a extremely very long time, and over there, there’s not a ton of movie and manufacturing,” the previous “Voice” contestant recalled. “It is extra of a spot I assume for modeling, and there is a ton of musical theatre… so I by no means actually noticed my mother’s [projects] as inspiration, however I believe extra now than ever, movie and TV is one thing I am much more keen on.”
Though she’s discovering her personal bearings, Natasha has regarded to her mother for business recommendation.
“She’s given me the everyday talks, however I believe greater than something, I’ve simply witnessed a variety of her doing within the leisure business — so far as what she does and the way she carries herself,” Natasha defined, noting that she thinks “actions converse louder than phrases” and her veteran actress mother is “undoubtedly not the kind to come back in my room and bathe me with recommendation.”
“She is aware of that I undoubtedly need to be my very own particular person,” Natasha added. “However I’m the kind of one that all the time asks her as a result of I do need her recommendation [and] it is also one thing I need to study on my own. It’s kind of of stability.”
In relation to dealing with the temptations of Hollywood, Natasha admits she does not get “tempted an excessive amount of,” crediting the way in which each of her mother and father raised her.
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“I actually do owe the way in which that I’m to my mother and father as a result of I used to be raised in a reasonably, I would not say strict family, however I might say, I used to be undoubtedly guarded and I had a variety of guidelines,” Natasha defined. “I wasn’t given a very extreme quantity of freedom the place I might simply do no matter I need you recognize simply type of run wild.
“I believe due to that I do not actually get tempted an excessive amount of in Hollywood,” she continued. “I am fairly safe in who I’m and what I consider in and what I stand for. I actually spend more often than not hanging with my household or on my own at dwelling so I truthfully, most likely would simply give all of that credit score to how my mother and father raised me.”
Presently, Natasha is starring in her first-ever function movie, titled “Religion, Hope & Love,” which hits near dwelling.
“Religion has all the time been a extremely massive a part of my life rising up, and it is all the time been round me and my household,” she defined of selecting to be within the comedy-romance movie, by which she performs Gia Elpidas, the oldest daughter of a latest widower and all-around “typical teenage woman.”
Continued Natasha: “So being part of a faith-based movie is basically superior as a result of it is one thing that is actually vital in my life, and so to have the ability to type of share that by movie, which can also be one thing I am actually keen about is type of like the perfect of each worlds.”
Requested if she’s ever skilled discrimination within the business due to her religion — like her mother beforehand revealed she did — Natasha says that hasn’t been her expertise.
“Personally, I am simply beginning out so I do not that is been my actual expertise,” she said, explaining that when her mother was “getting again into appearing, there have been sure issues she wasn’t snug doing, and the leisure business could be very cut-throat.
“There’s so many issues on the market, and it is a very exhausting business, so I believe when she put her foot down on some issues, it was undoubtedly exhausting,” she added of the “Full Home” alum. “I personally haven’t skilled that specifically, however I believe that if I used to be provided one thing that was type of uncomfortable, I undoubtedly would have the identical tackle it.
“There’s all the time alternatives, and I believe that it doesn’t matter what so long as I am sticking to what I consider in and who I’m then I believe that is one of the vital vital issues.”
“Religion, Hope & Love” is at the moment in theaters.