Rosemary Margaret Hobor Biography
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Not only the celebrities but every person linked with them also comes into the limelight to the public. Likewise, Rosemary Margaret Hobor is widely known as the widow of the late Canadian comedian and actor John Candy who died in 1994. John Candy died of heart attack on the set while shooting a parody of Wagons East.
Early Life And Education Of Rosemary Margaret
Rosemary Margaret was born on 30 August 1949 Toronto, Canada. She was born with the birth sign of Virgo that defines her personality as an analytical, intelligent, modest, capable, dedicated, humble, wise. She attended the Neil McNeil Catholic High School where she met her future husband Candy She rose to fame after she married Canadian actor and comedian John Candy.
Her husband was famous as the member of the Toronto branch of the Second City. He is the son of Sidney James Candy and Evangeline (née Aker), Candy. His father used to speak English and Scottish language and his mother spoke speak Polish and Ukranian language.
John went to Neil McNeil Catholic High School where he met his future wife. John later enrolled in the Centennial Community College to study journalism, and he went to McMaster University for higher education.
Rosemary Margaret's Career
Rosemary Margaret is a housewife who became famous after getting married to John Candy. He was a famous Canadian comedian actor who showed his creativity in many movies and television series such as Lost and Found (1979), The Courage of Kavik, andThe Wolf Dog (1980) among others.
He was also the co-owner of the Canadian Football League's Toronto Argonauts along with Bruce McNall, Wayne Gretzky. The involvement of the renowned Canadian celebrities in the club gained the attention of the public and media in Canada. They bought some highly touted National Football League players such as Raghib Ismail for a whopping amount of money. The team won the Grey Cup in 1991 beating Calgary by 36-21 in the final.
Rosemary Margaret's Net Worth
Rosemary Margaret is a widow of John Candy. She is working as a potter in her farmhouse. She has kept her details a low key after her husband's death. She has also kept the information about her earnings and net worth as a tough secret.
Talking about her husband, he had worked in many movies and TV series and earned a great amount of money. His first movie Lost and Found (1979) produced by Arnold Kopelson collected the total collection of $3,223,197. The movie The Blue Brothers (1980) produced by Robert K. Weiss made the total worldwide collection of $115,229,890.
John Candy also co-owned the Canadian Football League's Toronto Argonauts. All of these achievements have helped him to accumulate a good sum of money about $8 million during his lifetime.
Rosemary Margaret's Personal Life
Rosemary Margaret got married to John Candy, a Canadian actor, and comedian in the 70s. The couple first met at their high school where they fell in love for each other. It is reported that their relationship started from when they were in high school and they started dating from the year 1969.
Rosemary Margaret was married to John candy for 14 years from 28th April 1979 up to 4th March 1994 until his death in 1996. He was 43 years old at the time of his death. According to the reports, Candy died from presumed myocardial infarction.
The beloved couple shared two children; daughter Jennifer Anne Candy born on 3rd February 1980 and a son, Christopher Candy born on 23rd September 1984.
After the death of John Candy, the responsibility of raising two children came upon Rosemary’s shoulder, and she raised her children well who later became successful Hollywood personality.