Jennette McCurdy

Between Jennette McCurdy's memoir and "The Rehearsal," it's past time to take a hard look at why acting remains the major exception to child labor bans.
Watch the former “iCarly” star read the insulting message from her memoir, “I’m Glad My Mom Died."
Dan Schneider, whose shows include "Drake & Josh" and "Victorious," is accused of creating an uncomfortable environment.
It's OK to not grieve — or to have complicated feelings about — the person who hurt you as a child.
Jennette McCurdy, best known for her role in “iCarly,” revealed her complicated relationship with her late mother, who she says abused her throughout her childhood.
The “iCarly" star talked to "Good Morning America" about the “complicated” emotions she felt grieving for a mother who'd abused her.
In her new memoir, the “iCarly” star reportedly wrote that Nickelodeon offered her $300,000 to never speak publicly about her experiences at the network.
"I finally feel free," the actor — who currently stars in her one-woman show "I'm Glad My Mom Died" — told People in a candid interview.
The former "iCarly" star opened up about why she left acting after her mother died and feeling "unfulfilled by the roles that I played."
My life of red carpets, hit TV shows ... and losing a tooth from purging!