Chelsea Noble is famous for many reasons, apart from being the sister-in-law of American actress and Full House star Candace Cameron Bure and wife of Growing Pains co-star, Kirk Cameron, Chelsea in her own standing, is an actress with immeasurable talent. She made her acting debut in the year 1988 and has been active in the film industry since then with works of notable mentions like Left Behind: World at War, A Little Piece of Heaven and many others. Find out more about her below.
Chelsea Noble Bio, Age
The actress formerly went by the name Nancy Mueller after she was born on December 14, 1964, in Cheektowaga, New York as a daughter to Irene and Fred Mueller. She has an elder brother named David. Chelsea holds American nationality and is without doubt of white ethnicity.
As a young girl, the actress attended Maryvale High School located in Cheektowaga New York (a suburb of Buffalo) where she graduated from before furthering her education (1983 to 1987) at the State University of New York, Geneseo more commonly referred to as SUNY Geneseo. In college, Chelsea Noble played rugby with her college women rugby team and was equally a known member of the Phi Kappa Pi (Alpha Clionian) sorority.
After her college studies, Chelsea started off her career as a model before she landed the role of Samantha in Full House (1988). It was on the set of this television show that she first met her husband and sister-in-law Candace who was also on the cast at the time. Chelsea was cast in the episode “The Seven-Month Itch” in part 1 and 2.
The Cheektowaga, New York-born actress since making her debut has gone on to feature on television in films such as Days of Our Lives (1988) as Kristina Andropolous, A Little Piece of Heaven (1991) as Carrie Lee, Danielle in Seinfeld (1997), Growing Pains: Return of the Seavers (2004) as Kate Seaver. Her other film credits are Instant Karma (1990), Left Behind: The Movie (2001), Left Behind II: Tribulation Force (2002), Left Behind: World at War (2005) all as Hattie Durham, and Maddie Miller in Mercy Rule (2014).
Chelsea Noble has seen good times in her career with certainly more to come. From all that we have seen her do in the past, it can be inferred fairly accurately that all is going well in her career. With a net worth of about $5 million, the Growing Pains star has her talent and her maker to thank for the lot.
Family: Parents, Siblings, Husband, Children
Noble was born to Irene and Fred Mueller who raised her in Cheektowaga, New York. Her only known sibling is an older brother she has, who goes by the name David. Some reports on her biography have it that she was an adopted child without making it clear who her birth and adopted parents are. They went on to describe her as a lover of children and an adoption advocate who loves being a mother as it is the most fulfilling thing to her.
From the foregoing, it can be understood pretty easily why Chelsea Noble has a large family. The actress is married to Kirk Cameron (married on July 21, 1991) and together they play the doting role of parents to 6 children; 4 of whom are adopted while 2 are their biological children. Jack (born 1996), Isabella (born 1997), Anna (born 1998), and Luke (born 2000) are their adopted children while Olivia (born 2001) and James (born 2003) are their biological kids.
Their family is a Christian one which is also giving back to the community. They are founders of The Firefly Foundation which hosts Camp Firefly where terminally ill children and their families enjoy a free vacation for a week.
Chelsea’s husband, Kirk Cameron (Kirk Thomas Cameron) is an American actor who made his film debut in 1979 but became famous for his portrayal of Mike Seaver in the ABC television sitcom Growing Pains. At the peak of his career in this series, Kirk who was formerly an atheist converted to Christianity and began insisting that the storyline of Growing Pains be edited to remove anything he thought as adult content or inappropriate in the series. This, of course, affected his relationship with other cast members in the series but he maintained that it was simply an outgrowth of his desire to start a new life outside the norm in the entertainment industry.