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Sonali Rawat
Feb 08, 2024 By Sonali Rawat
Originally Published on Feb 20, 2023
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About Kandyse McClure

Candice McClure, known professionally as Kandyse McClure, is a Canadian actress.

Born in Durban, South Africa, her first onscreen role was in the television film 'In A Class Of His Own'. Candice McClure is known for her performances as Dr. Clementine Chasseur on the Syfy series 'Haven', and Anastasia Dualla on the Sci-Fi Channel's 'Battlestar Galactica'.

Kandyse McClure played the role of Elizabeth in 'Jeremiah'. The Canadian actress also appeared as Julie in 'Mysterious Ways', and Yvonne in 'L.A. Law: The Movie'.

Kandyse McClure Net Worth, Earnings & Spending Habits

What is Kandyse McClure’s net worth?

The approximate net worth of Kandyse McClure is $9 million.

How much does Kandyse McClure earn per year?

The annual income of Kandyse McClure is $100,000.

Height, Age & Physical Attributes

How tall is Kandyse McClure?

Kandyse McClure stands at a height of 5 ft 2 in (157 cm).

How old is Kandyse McClure?

Born on March 22, 1980, Kandyse McClure is 42 years old as of January 2023.

Childhood And Education

Kandyse McClure was born in Durban, South Africa. Her father is a musician, while her mother works in education. McClure alternated between living in South Africa and Canada starting at the age of four. In 1998, Kandyse McClure graduated from West Vancouver Secondary School. At the age of 17, McClure was chosen to perform in a production of 'Valley Song' by Athol Fugard.

Family, Romance, And Relationships

Who is Kandyse McClure’s partner?

Kandyse McClure is married to Cylenz, who is a musician. Cylenz proposed to her during their trip to see her family in South Africa in December 2012.

Career And Professional Highlights

Best Known For…

Kandyse McClure made her first television appearance in the lead role in the television film 'In A Class Of His Own' (1999). She starred alongside Lou Diamond Phillips. The following year, she featured in the Fox family television series 'Higher Ground' in which she played the role of an African-American child adopted by white parents before going on to score a recurring role in the popular television series, 'Da Vinci’s Inquest'.

The actress portrayed Sue Snell in the television film adaptation of Stephen King's novel 'Carrie'. As a result of her outstanding performance, the Canadian actress earned a nomination for Best Supporting Actress. In 2004, while still basking in the success of her role in Carrie, she scored a major role on the Sci-Fi Channel’s hit series 'Battlestar Galactica' in which she played the role of Anastasia Dee Dualla. The actress remained a regular on the series until its very last episode in 2009 with her winning the Pea Body Award For Excellence in 2005.

Kandyse McClure appeared in TV series and films such as 'Hemlock Grove', and 'Broken Kingdom'. In the short film 'Just Be Yourself', McClure played Stuart Davis' girlfriend in 2011. It's a comedy about a desperate man who gets a job where he can "just be himself". The following year, in 2011, McClure joined Davis to co-host the second season of 'Sex, God, Rock 'n' Roll', the late-night HDNet program.

Charity Work

As a philanthropist, Kandyse McClure continues to work with the non-profit group CARE Canada to combat poverty in the developing world.

Kandyse McClure’s Hobbies And Interests

McClure’s main hobby is traveling, and the famous actress has been all around Canada and the US, while she travels to South Africa at least once per year. She has also traveled to Europe on several occasions, and visited countries such as England, France, and Spain among others.

Other Interesting Kandyse McClure Facts And Trivia

  • The South Africa-born actress Kandyse McClure was nominated for the 2002 Leo Award for Best Supporting Actress for the television film 'Carrie'.
  • After graduating from high school in 1998, she had her sights set on attending medical school and eventually getting a college degree in medicine, but everything changed after her mom urged her to audition for a short play titled 'Valley Song' which was expected to be performed at the Vancouver Film Festival. She refused initially but eventually gave it a shot and ended up getting the role.
  • Kandyse McClure portrayed Xotar in 'The Flash', and Sheriff Tyson in 'Supernatural'.
  • Kandyse McClure portrays the fictional character Anastasia 'Dee' Dualla in the television series 'Battlestar Galactica'.
  • Kandyse McClure appeared as Meg in the TV series 'Sanctuary' (2008–2011).

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Candice McClure

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157 cm

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West Vancouver Secondary School

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Ian Cylenz Lee

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Written by Sonali Rawat

Bachelor of Arts specializing in English Literature, Masters of Art specializing in English and Communication Skills

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Sonali RawatBachelor of Arts specializing in English Literature, Masters of Art specializing in English and Communication Skills

Sonali has a Bachelor's degree in English literature from Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University and is currently pursuing a Master's in English and Communication from Christ University. With considerable experience in writing about lifestyle topics, including travel and health, she has a passion for Japanese culture, especially fashion, and anime, and has written on the subject before. Sonali has event managed a creative-writing festival and coordinated a student magazine at her university. Her favorite authors are Toni Morrison and Anita Desai.

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