Chelsea Noble Biography
Chelsea Noble is an American actress best known for her role as Kate McDonnell on the television sitcom Growing Pains.
She was born on 4 December 1964 in Cheektowaga, New York, United States. She is 58 years old as of 2023.
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Chelsea Noble Family
She is the daughter of Irene and Fred Mueller and has an older brother David Mueller.
Chelsea Noble Husband
She is married to actor Kirk Cameron. The couple met when Kirk was visiting Candace on the set of Full House. They then married on July 21, 1991, in Cheektowaga, New York.
Chelsea Noble Children
The couple has six children; Two biological children, Olivia Rose Cameron born in 2001 and James Thomas Cameron born in 2003 and four adopted children, Isabella Cameron born in 1998, Jack Cameron born in 1996, Luke Cameron born in 2000, Anna Cameron.
Chelsea Noble Isabella Cameron
Isabella Cameron is her adopted daughter
Chelsea Noble Growing Pains
She was cast as Kate MacDonald in the seasons 5–7, Mike’s girlfriend on the television sitcom Growing Pains. She played her husband’s (Kirk Cameron)girlfriend in the late seasons
Chelsea Noble Full House
She was cast as a guest star in the role of Samantha in the Episodes: “The Seven-Month Itch” (Parts 1 & 2) of the American television sitcom Full House.
Chelsea Noble Net Worth
She has an estimated net worth of around $5 million.
Chelsea Noble Seinfeld
She made a Guest appearance as Danielle, a beautiful woman who mistakes George for her boyfriend Neil at Monk’s Café in the 151st episode of the NBC sitcom Seinfeld.
Chelsea Noble Left Behind
She was cast as Hattie Durham, Rayford’s girlfriend in the Canadian-American religious science fiction film Left Behind.
Chelsea Noble Testimony- Kirk Cameron and Chelsea Noble talk about how we can use technology to make a difference.
At Home With Kirk and Chelsea Cameron
Relationships do not always play out like a situation comedy, where all is neatly resolved within the space of 30 minutes. Just ask Kirk and Chelsea Cameron, who have experienced both a real-life and sitcom relationship together.
Cast as boyfriend and girlfriend on the ’80s hit sitcom “Growing Pains,” they had just enough conflict in their on-screen relationship to engage viewers and keep them coming back for yet another satisfying resolution. But when Kirk and Chelsea took their romance off-screen and were joined in marriage, their commitment to one another was certainly deeper than what could be summed up in witty one-liners.
Since then, they have faced challenges that did not have quick or easy resolutions. But their lasting commitment to each other has inspired a generation weary of Hollywood weddings and breakups. In a culture where celebrity nuptials can often be counted in days or even hours, Kirk and Chelsea’s marriage has thrived for more than 18 years.
So what’s their secret?
When Kirk vowed to remain faithful to Chelsea until death, he knew this was more than a commitment of convenience. “Marriage is a covenant relationship between me, my wife and Jesus,” Kirk says. “And there is no exiting out of that covenant relationship.” Even when Kirk steps on set, he stays true to his marriage vow.
In 2008, Kirk starred in the movie Fireproof and was supposed to kiss co-star Erin Bethea at the end of the movie. He believed in the film’s message of commitment, but the kiss would have compromised his commitment to his wife. “There’s nothing make-believe about kissing an actress,” Kirk says. “You’re kissing her. I made a commitment not to kiss any actress, ever. That’s reserved for my wife.”
As a result, the production company shot the kissing scene in silhouette. Chelsea dressed to look like his co-star. By doing this, Kirk honored his wife and finished shooting the movie.
“God defines the terms,” Kirk says, “we don’t. It’s a union built entirely on trust. Trust, first in God — that as we move ahead in the power of the Spirit, by faith, God will work all things together for good, no matter the circumstances.”
The meaning of commitment
Kirk and Chelsea are careful to point out that their marriage isn’t perfect, and at times, hasn’t been easy. For Chelsea, commitment means that she’s willing to be supportive of Kirk, regardless of how she’s feeling.
“Jesus says to show love whether you feel love or not,” she says. “It’s through our obedience that God will bless us. It’s not through acting on our feelings. “I want to have a worthy walk with the Lord,” she says. “This is my highest calling. And how that plays out in daily life is just staying committed — working diligently at the call of being a wife and mother.”
When Kirk and Chelsea look back at the difficult times in their marriage, they recognize that those rough spots were often the result of busy schedules, selfishness, stress and major life transitions.
“If you hang in there long enough,” Kirk says, “if you just trust the Lord, you can say, ‘God taught us a lot during those times. He taught us to be patient. He taught us to be kind. Moreover, he taught us to be selfless and put our spouse’s needs before our own.’ “
The little moments
Time together as a couple has proven elusive for the Camerons. Their days are extremely busy as they care for their six kids — Jack, Isabella, Anna, Luke, Olivia, and James — all of them a year apart. Between the kids’ different schedules and Kirk’s traveling, they’ve learned the importance of togetherness.