On the 30th of November 1948, Rosemary Margaret Hobortook birth in Toronto, the capital city of Canada. She is an artist herself, but she is probably known best for being the widow of John Candy, the famous actor. Her late husband was quite a known personality all over the USA for his well-crafted comedy films.
Margaret’s Career And Life
Growing up in Toronto, Margaret studied in the Notre Dame Girls’ High School located in her locality, a school of Roman Catholic background. It’s the female counterpart of the boys’ school McNeil Neil’s. During her school days, she met Candy for the first time in her life.
They dated, and after a few years of relationship, they eventually decided to marry. After completing student life, she went a bit away from the limelight as her partner started to do great in Hollywood. She had kids of her own to raise and did some handmade artworks to sell, especially ceramic painting.
Besides, she is a philanthropist in her life and had been directly involved with many charitable organizations and foundations. Eminent among them was her participation in the make-a-wish foundations, fulfilling the wishes of children who live their life in a life threat due to a critical illness.
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Husband John Candy
John Candy belonged to Polish and Ukrainian descent, but her parents settled in Canada with their little kid. During her community college days, he became hugely interested in acting. After completing his community schooling and education, he started to look for TV projects. He got the project of “Police Officer” with co-actors Sharon Farrell and John Hamelin. And this has helped him to get more and more television projects coming on his way. The most considerable work in his entire career of acting, as he opted for a comedy role for the movie “Splash,” written by Ron Tom Hanks and Ron Howard.
Late-Career And Death of The Loved Actor
He kept on getting roles and TV works for the rest of his career in the 80s, including a couple of Mel Brooks projects, “Spacebound” and “Trains, Planes and Automobiles,” released in 1987. In the year 1994, Candy died in Durango City, a place in Mexico. His cause of death was a coronary attack due to his pretty irregular life, which included vices such as drinking, smoking, and doing drugs.
John Candy and Rosemary Margaret married in 1979, and they stayed together for about 14 years until his death. They decided to have two children, and both of them pursued a career in the entertainment and film industry, as same as his father.
Net Worth Of Rosemary Margaret Hobor
Rosemary Margaret Hobor has an accumulated net worth of 1 million US dollars, and his late husband made about 15 million US dollars.