Candice De Visser was born in the small town of Dacono, Colorado at the foot of the Rocky Mountains, to parents with Dutch and Cherokee ancestry. She showed a passion for the arts and theater at a young age and appeared in her first of many plays at the age of 13. Over the past decade her stage presence has grown, playing Marsha in "Let's Murder Marsha" and a step-sister in "Into the Woods". Candice eventually moved to New York to continue her studies in acting, focusing on course studies and private lessons specifically for film. While in New York, she co-produced the off-Broadway musical, "Down the Rabbit Hole." She went on to study at the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Arts (LAMDA), before landing her first film role as "Dollface" in The Funhouse Massacre.