John Candy was a Canadian actor and comedian. Candy was born on October 31, 1950, in Toronto and grew up in Newmarket, Ontario.
He lived in East York, Ontario. John Candy studied at Neil McNeil Catholic High School in Toronto. He had dreams of being a footballer until an injury ruined his dream. He later enrolled in Centennial College to study journalism, and then went to McMaster University. He started acting while at college. John Candy in 1971 was cast in a small part as a Shriner in Creeps by David E. Freeman, a new Canadian play about cerebral palsy, in the inaugural season of the Tarragon Theatre in Toronto.
He starred in a lot of movies including, Tunnel vision, Find the lady, Lost and found, Deadly Companion, Heavy Metal and many others.
John Candy Wife
John Candy was married to Rosemary Hobor. They had two children together.