Candace King, an actress from Braddock, Pennsylvania has been featured in films such as "Won't Back Down", "Since I Don't Have You", training and promotional videos for American Eagle Outfitters and The Pittsburgh Visitor's Bureau.
As a commercial, promotion and fashion model, Candace has been the face of Philip Pelusi Hair Salons, Dream Kosmetics of Connecticut, featured in the December issue of Pittsburgh Fashion Magazine, The Pittsburgh Home and Garden Show, Loreal Makeup and Sunoco Gas promotions. She has also walked in NY Fashion Week shows, Pittsburgh Fashion Week shows, and a multitude of fashion shows along the east coast.
As a community activist, Candace is the founder of the Beautiful Brown, BOLD Women Project that received an honor by the State Representative of Pennsylvania Jake Wheatley and made her noteworthy in attendance at the White House State of Women Summit of 2016.
Candace's love for "the set" began at an early age performing in church plays and taking acting classes at the historical Carnegie Library of Braddock Pennsylvania.