American director, singer-songwriter, podcast host, and former actress Jennette Michelle Faye McCurdy.
On the set of "iCarly," Jennette McCurdy got an eating disorder. It's painfully funny, she said. My persona was always eating, which caused me to feel so worried.
Jennette McCurdy, a former Nickelodeon star, claims the network gave her $300K in exchange for her silence on claims of boss harassment.
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.
McCurdy describes working at Nickelodeon and seeing Dan Schneider, the creator of both shows, acting improperly in her latest book, I'm Glad My Mom Died.
Jennette attempted to alter this aspect of her persona, but it was challenging to convince her Nickelodeon superiors of her opposition.