Candace Cameron Bure Talks about Her Title Role in 'Aurora Teagarden Mysteries: Heist and Seek'
Candace Cameron Bure opened up about her character in the next installation of “The Aurora Teagarden Mysteries.”
After a successful run as D.J. Tanner on the hit TV show, “Full House,” Candace Cameron Bure moved on to become a producer for her hit mystery movie series, “The Aurora Teagarden Mysteries.”
This year, the actress is set to return to those familiar settings as she produces and plays the title character in the next installation of the mystery series with the title, “Aurora Teagarden Mysteries: Heist and Seek.”
Besides sharing her thoughts on Aurora with Soaps, Candance has also been promoting the TV movie on her Facebook page.
The actress and producer recently talked to Soaps.com about her appearance in the TV movie and what she loved about her character, Aurora Teagarden.
According to Candace, she enjoyed playing the role of Aurora as the latter has “a lot of spunk and she’s a kick-butt kind of woman. She’s always two steps ahead of everyone.”
The 44-year-old added that her character was a relentless go-getter that usually left her team concerned for her safety during operations. In addition to doing 99% of the stunts herself, Candace affirmed that she saw a lot of herself in the character.
Besides sharing her thoughts on Aurora with Soaps, Candance has also been promoting the TV movie on her Facebook page. In one post, the actress stated that she was excited for the May 17 premiere of “Aurora Teagarden Mysteries: Heist and Seek.”
A second Facebook post came with a series of images of the actress and her co-stars on set while a third post was a clip from the TV movie. All posts have enjoyed varying degrees of engagement from her fans, who cannot wait for the film’s release.
Apart from her appearance in “Aurora Teagarden Mysteries,” the Hallmark Movies and Mysteries website noted that Candace has featured in several other Hallmark Channel movies.
Some of these movies include “Puppy Love,” “Moonlight & Mistletoe,” “Let It Snow,” “Finding Normal,” and the Emmy-nominated “The Heart of Christmas,” “Christmas Detour,” and “Christmas Under Wraps.”
As regards the upcoming “Aurora Teagarden Mysteries” film, the site explained that the movie is focused on Aurora and her team launching an investigation after a precious crown is stolen during a benefit gala hosted by the Lawrenceton library.