Candice Accola Net Worth: She’s famous for playing Caroline Forbes to the TV show The Vampire Diaries. Her debut studio album It Is Always the Innocent Ones was released alone in 2006. Her record was re-released in Japan in 2008 and had some success. She toured with Miley Cyrus as a backup singer and performed a tune on The Vampire Diaries. Her first acting credit came in the 2007 movie Pirate Camp. Accola in addition has appeared in the films Juno, On the Doll, X’s & O’s, Dead girl, Love Hurts, Kings highway, as well as The Facts About Angels. In 2012 she starred in the show Relationship Rules from My Future Self as Chloe Cunningham. Her best known character began in 2014 as Caroline Forbes on The CW’s The Vampire Diaries. She’s a supporter of the It Gets Better Job. Candice became engaged to Joe King of the group The Fray in 2013.
Gave birth to her 1st child at age 28, a daughter named Florence May King on January 15, 2016. Child's father is her husband, Joe King.
Has 2 step-daughters - Ava King & Elise King.
(October 18, 2014) Married her boyfriend of 3 years Joe King in New Orleans following a 16-month-long engagement. Accola's CW costars past and present Kayla Ewell (who was a bridesmaid), Michael Trevino, Kat Graham, Claire Holt and Paul Wesley all attended the romantic nuptials. King popped the question in May 2013. The couple first met at a Super Bowl event - but it took costar Nina Dobrev to seal the deal. "I was too chicken to give him my number, so Nina did," Accola told PEOPLE in June 2013 of their sweet first meeting.
Although her parents are both active members of the Republican Party, she is a Democrat and supporter of Barack Obama.
Accola was born in Houston, Texas, the daughter of Carolyn (Clark), who was an environmental engineer before becoming a homemaker, and Kevin Accola, a cardiothoracic surgeon.
She has Romansh-Swiss, French, and Norwegian ancestry.
She grew up in Edgewood, Florida and attended Lake Highland Preparatory School.
In December 2006, Accola released her debut album, It's Always the Innocent Ones, independently in the United States. She co-wrote 13 of the 14 tracks on the record. The album failed to make an impact. In 2008, the album was re-released in Japan and achieved greater success.
I feel like it's paralleled my own evolution in the sense that this role opened up a whole new world of opportunities and was quite a challenge. It's been a blast though! Caroline became such a strong character this year and yet she's still vulnerable and makes mistakes. But she always picks herself up. I've adored the woman she's become this season.