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Jennette McCurdy
Jennette Michelle Faye McCurdy (born June 26, 1992) is an American writer, director, podcaster, singer and former actress. McCurdy's breakthrough role as Sam Puckett in the Nickelodeon sitcom '' iCarly'' (2007–2012) earned her various awards, including four Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards. She reprised the character in the ''iCarly'' spin-off series '' Sam & Cat'' (2013–2014) before leaving Nickelodeon. McCurdy also appeared in the television series '' Malcolm in the Middle'' (2003–2005), '' Zoey 101'' (2005), '' Lincoln Heights'' (2007), '' True Jackson, VP'' (2009–2010), and '' Victorious'' (2012). She produced, wrote, and starred in her own webseries, ''What's Next for Sarah?'' (2014), and led the science-fiction series '' Between'' (2015–2016). McCurdy independently released her debut single, "So Close", in 2009.
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I'm Glad My Mom Died
''I'm Glad My Mom Died'' is a memoir by American writer, director and former actress Jennette McCurdy based on her one-woman show of the same name. The book is about her career as a child actress and her difficult relationship with her abusive mother who died in 2013. It is McCurdy's first book and was published on August 9, 2022, by Simon & Schuster. Background McCurdy was a professional actress from age six until she announced that she had permanently stopped acting in 2017. From 2009 to 2012, she was signed to Capitol Records Nashville, who released her self-titled debut studio album in 2012. McCurdy had previously written pieces in publications such as ''The Wall Street Journal'' and began writing personal essays shortly after. She sent some of the essays to her manager at the time, who encouraged her to write a book about her experiences. Rather than write a book, McCurdy created a one-woman show titled ''I'm Glad My Mom Died'' which she performed in Los Angeles and New Y ...
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Generation Love
"Generation Love" is a song recorded by American singer and actress Jennette McCurdy from her self-titled debut album. Written by Ross Copperman, Tom Douglas and Heather Morgan and produced by Jay DeMarcus of Rascal Flatts, "Generation Love" was released digitally as a single on March 11, 2011, and was later serviced to country radio on April 25, 2011. The song was included on the ''iCarly'' soundtrack album, '' iCarly: iSoundtrack II''. "Generation Love" has been praised by music critics and became McCurdy's best performing single on the ''Billboard'' Hot Country Songs chart. Composition "Generation Love" is a modern country song, featuring pedal steel guitar and melodic banjo, while also having pop influences. The song's female narrator laments on the modern generation, which is seen as selfish and caught up in mainly the technological world, but also have problems such as being children of divorce and victims of dysfunction. It is contrasted with the early generations of th ...
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Jennette McCurdy (album)
''Jennette McCurdy'' is the self-titled debut studio album by American singer and actress Jennette McCurdy, released on June 5, 2012, by Capitol Records Nashville. McCurdy was 19 years old at the time of the release and co-wrote six of the ten songs on the album. The majority of the album was produced by Paul Worley, who also produced her debut extended play, ''Not That Far Away'' (2010), while Jay DeMarcus of Rascal Flatts produced the album's first two tracks''.'' One single was released from the album, " Generation Love", which charted for seven weeks on the ''Billboard'' Hot Country Songs chart, peaking at number 44. Upon its release, the album failed to chart. McCurdy left Capitol Nashville shortly after the release of the album. Background McCurdy developed an interest in country music after her grandmother introduced her to Patsy Cline's music when she was seven years old. At age eight, McCurdy appeared in Faith Hill's music video " The Way You Love Me". In 2007, at age ...
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Jennette McCurdy (EP)
''Jennette McCurdy'' is the self-titled second extended play by the American singer and actress Jennette McCurdy, released on February 8, 2012, by Capitol Records Nashville. Originally scheduled for release on January 24, 2012, ''Jennette McCurdy'' was released exclusively as a CD to Justice stores to promote McCurdy's then-upcoming eponymous debut studio album. Songs previously released on her debut EP, '' Not That Far Away'', were included along with her 2011 single, " Generation Love" and material previously not released. Background Originally intended to be her debut studio album titled ''The Story of My Life'', McCurdy instead released her debut extended play, ''Not That Far Away''. Her debut studio album was planned to be released in fall 2011, but was delayed to early 2012. Capitol Nashville further delayed the release of her album in January 2012, instead releasing ''Jennette McCurdy'' EP. Track listing Personnel Credits adapted from EP's liner notes.''Jennette Mc ...
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Not That Far Away (EP)
''Not That Far Away'' is the debut extended play and major label debut by American singer and actress Jennette McCurdy, released August 17, 2010, by Capitol Records Nashville. Produced by Paul Worely, McCurdy co-wrote three of the four songs on the EP along with the iTunes bonus track. One single of the same name was released, which peaked at number 58 on the '' Billboard'' Hot Country Songs chart for the week of July 10, 2010. Following the release of McCurdy's debut studio album in 2012, the EP was removed from digital stores. Certain tracks from ''Not That Far Away'' were included on her debut studio album. Background In 2008, McCurdy announced on her website that she was working on her debut album. Her debut single "So Close" was released independently in March 2009. McCurdy released a second single, "Homeless Heart" in May 2009 in tribute to Cody Waters. Her debut single caught the attention of many record labels after it charted to number 16 on the iTunes country cha ...
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