Jennette American director, singer, podcast presenter, and former actress Michelle Faye McCurdy.
In the Nickelodeon series iCarly, McCurdy had her breakthrough as Sam Puckett, a performance that earned her four Kids’ Choice Awards in addition to other honors.
Who is Jennette McCurdy? Lady given 300K to remain silent after alleged assault by her boss
A former Nickelodeon star claims she was encouraged to drink alcohol when young, subjected to abuse by a previous employer, and promised $300,000 to remain silent.
In her upcoming memoir, “I’m Glad My Mom Died,” Jennette McCurdy, a bright adolescent star of the early 2010s, opens up about the unpleasant events.
The actress, who won a Kid’s Choice Award, made her breakthrough in 2007, when she played Sam Puckett in all six seasons of Nickelodeon’s popular teen sitcom “iCarly.” Sam Puckett was the show’s main character.
She co-starred in “Sam & Cat,” a “iCarly” spinoff that had just one season, in 2013 with Ariana Grande.
She opens up about her final days at the network in a passage from her memoir that Vanity Fair released on Friday.
McCurdy divulges stunning information about a mysterious boss she refers to as “the Creator,” who she claims offered her massages while making promises to her about the show. She claims that he also forced her to consume alcohol while underage.
The shocking accusations were made as she was negotiating her contract for “Sam & Cat.”
Who is Jennette McCurdy?
Before giving up acting in 2017 to focus on writing and directing, McCurdy created, wrote, and starred in her own web series titled What’s Next for Sarah? (2014).
She also served as the showrunner for the science-fiction series Between (2015–2016). Her tragicomic one-woman play I’m Glad My Mom Died was presented in theaters all around Los Angeles and New York City from February to March 2020; plans for more dates were postponed owing to the COVID-19 epidemic.
McCurdy announced on her podcast Empty Inside in March 2021 that she had given up acting and had instead concentrated on making movies.