One of the many actresses in Hollywood with immeasurable talent, Chelsea Noble is well known for her role as Kate Mcdonald on the television sitcom Growing Pains that aired on ABC from September 24, 1985, to April 25, 1992. Apart from that, she is also popular for some other reasons such as being the wife of Kirk Cameron, who happens to be her co-star on Growing Pains and being the sister-in-law of American actress Candace Cameron Bure, who starred in Full House.
Her first recorded professional acting work was in Full House in 1988 and she has remained active in the acting business since then with several films and television series to her credit.
Chelsea Noble Bio
Chelsea Noble was born as Nancy Mueller on the 4th of December 1964, in Cheektowaga, New York. The daughter of Irene and Fred Mueller, she has one sibling, an older brother named David.
For her high school education, Chelsea Noble studied at Maryvale High School and upon her graduation from there, she continued her studies at The State University of New York College at Geneseo, from 1983 to 1987. While there, she was a member of the Phi Kappa Pi (Alpha Clionian) local sorority and also a part of the school’s women’s soccer team.
A year after she completed her college education, Chelsea appeared in an episode of the American live-action sitcom Seinfeld entitled “The English Patient”. She also appeared in an episode of Full House (“The Seven-Month Itch”- Parts 1 & 2) and Days of Our Lives, playing the roles of Samantha and Kristina Andropolous respectively.
From 1988 to 1989, she featured in two episodes of Who’s the Boss? and was also seen in an episode each of Cheers and Booker in 1989. In the same year, the actress landed a recurring role on ABC’s sitcom Growing Pains, in which she played husband and wife with her real husband, Kirk Cameron, appearing in 14 episodes until 1992. Meanwhile, Chelsea Noble also appeared in the series A Little Piece of Heaven as Carrie Lee while working on Growing Pains.
Between 1992 to 1996, she appeared in Doogie Howser, M.D. as Rachel, Star Struck as Robyn Call and Kirk as Elizabeth Waters. She starred in the latter alongside her husband in a major role which saw her appearing in 31 episodes from 1995 to 1996. The following year, Chelsea Noble portrayed the character of Danielle in the live-action sitcom, Seinfeld.
Continuing her television career, the actress went on to appear in three television movies – You Lucky Dog (1998), The Growing Pains Movie (2000), and Growing Pains: Return of the Seavers (2004).
Apart from television, the Cheektowaga, New York-born actress also has some films to her credit and some of these include the Left Behind trilogy – Left Behind: The Movie (2001), Left Behind II: Tribulation Force (2002), and Left Behind: World at War (2005); Fireproof (2008), and Mercy Rule (2014) among others.
Her Net Worth
From the time her journey as an actress began professionally in the 90s, Chelsea Noble has been able to carve a niche for herself in the acting industry and has evolved into a fine actress over the years. She has a net worth estimated at $5 million and this is sure to increase as time goes on.
Chelsea Noble’s Kids
The actress got married to Kirk Cameron on July 21, 1991, and together they have six children four of whom were adopted. They had their first child, Olivia, in 2001 while the second, James, was born in 2003. The couple adopted Jack, Isabella, Anna, and Luke; respectively born in 1996, 1997, 1998 and 2000.
Facts About Kirk Cameron’s Wife
First Credit As Chelsea Cameron
In 2014, she starred alongside her husband in the independent movie Mercy Rule, and that was the first time she was credited as Chelsea Cameron.
Chelsea has many uncredited cameo appearances as a “kissing double” in movies which her husband starred in. This is because Kirk Cameron has insisted that he is not going to kiss any other woman apart from his wife. Consequently, Chelsea Noble has had to replace the actresses playing his love interest for romantic scenes.
Chelsea Noble and her husband are born-again Christians. They are co-founders of The Firefly Foundation, a charitable organization that raises funds to support research and develop programs with a mission to prolong brain health.