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Aaron Nee , Adam Nee. Noah Centineo. Wolf Creek 3. Greg McLean. When John Candy was just 4 years old, and his brother, Jim, was 6, Sidney Candy unexpectedly died from complications of heart disease.
The Candy patriarch was only 35 years old. She took her two young kids to a very small bungalow in the working-class Toronto borough of East York, which they shared with John Candy's grandparents and aunt.
The knowledge that his father died from a delicate heart stuck with Candy for his entire life. Although he fully embraced comedy and acting, and he certainly gave it his all, going into the entertainment industry wasn't John Candy's first plan of action.
Candy turned his attentions to performing instead, and soon after as a young adult, he thrived in Canada's burgeoning comedy scene.
But he never entirely put football aside. Being a movie star afforded Candy the opportunity to become a part owner of a CFL team — and his favorite one at that, the Toronto Argonauts.
Unfortunately, the Argonauts' other owners decided to sell the team in , ending Candy's brief tenure as a CFL big shot.
The Second City comedy troupe, with branches in Chicago and Toronto, proved so successful and popular that in , the Canadian wing took its act to Ontario's Global Television Network.
It aired irregularly and primarily in Canada and in syndication until , at which point Candy left, only to return after the show was picked up in by U.
Almost all of them had honed their skills and found fame via Saturday Night Live and the various SCTV series — they all worked together on TV, and they continued to work together out of comfort and a shared comedic language when they moved on to big-budget films.
John Candy was an important member of this club, and he stayed loyal to his comedy cronies throughout his career. Candy also enjoyed a particularly special and fruitful relationship with filmmaker John Hughes.
Even though he found major success in the large, lucrative world of Hollywood filmmaking, John Candy never abandoned the much smaller and more modestly budgeted Canadian entertainment industry that had given him his big breaks.
In the '80s and '90s, the A-list movie star concurrently dabbled in movies and TV shows with predominantly Canadian casts or which were not widely seen outside Canada.
In , Candy co-starred in Stripes, but also appeared in an episode of the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation's Tales of the Klondike.
Candy also sent up his own pro-Canada sentiments. According to Rotten Tomatoes , one of John Candy's last completed movies was the satirical comedy Canadian Bacon, in which he was cleverly cast as a patriotic American sheriff who tries to lead an invasion of Canada.
While he did appear in some of the most important and enduring comedies of the s — National Lampoon's Vacation, Stripes, The Blues Brothers — John Candy didn't make it into Ghostbusters , the highest-grossing comedy of the entire decade, according to AMC's Filmsite.
John Candy was actually supposed to be in the movie from the start, offered the role of lovelorn nerd turned unwitting Keymaster vehicle Louis Tully.
Director Ivan Reitman reached out to Candy with a treatment a detailed outline of the script. John Candy's development as an actor in the s, and his rise to stardom in the s, ran concurrent with a growing problem with addictions.
In , at the suggestion of comedian friend Dan Aykroyd , Candy auditioned for the Second City comedy company. He made it in to the troupe joining the likes of John Belushi, Gilda Radner, and Bill Murray , and "The next thing I knew," he told People , "I was in Chicago, where I learned how to drink, stay up real late, and spell 'd-r-u-g-s.
Throughout his life, he never did give up smoking, and according to forensic pathologist Dr. Michael Hunter, Candy also dabbled in cocaine.
One of John Candy's closest friends and comedy idols early in his career was John Belushi. Like Candy, Belushi worked out his chops at Second City, and collaborated with Dan Aykroyd, and all three starred together in The Blues Brothers and the war comedy Candy, who, like Belushi was both heavyset and engaged in some unhealthy habits of his own, took the death extremely hard.
Friend John Stocker reported that Candy was so upset in the immediate wake that he fell into a depressive state so bad that he wouldn't leave his home or answer the phone.
Health was a consistent worry to John Candy and to those who loved the actor. His father had died from heart problems at the exceedingly young age of 35, leaving behind the possibility that Candy could similarly die from a similar condition, and too soon at that.
The actor struggled with his weight throughout his adult life.