“Sam has actually turned me off of some foods. There are quite a few foods that I will now not eat because I’ve had to consume so much of them as Sam. I don’t eat fried chicken in real life, and I won’t eat ham because I had to eat so much in the first episode that I threw up, and then I had to go and eat more. So I literally haven’t had any ham since 2007.”
“Excuses. Don’t make ‘em. Don’t take ‘em.”
“Oh yeah, I'm definitely a tomboy! I love sports, hate dresses, don't own a single pair of high-heels, am not a fan of makeup, and I'm not afraid to get messy!”
Jennette McCurdy (born Jennette Michelle Faye McCurdy in Long Beach, California on June 26, 1992) is an American actress and pop-country singer. Jennette is best known for her supporting role as Sam Puckett on Nickelodeon’s iCarly. Her guest appearances include Nickelodeon’s Zoey 101 and True Jackson VP. She has also appeared in major roles in the TV movies Best Player, the iCarly movies, and Fred: The Movie. Jennette has released several pop-country singles since 2008, including “So Close,” “Stronger,” and “Not That Far Away.” She released a self-titled country album with Capitol Records Nashville, but left the label in 2012. She will be reprising her iCarly role in the upcoming Nickelodeon series, Sam & Cat, alongside Victorious star, Ariana Grande.
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Jennette is best known for her role as Sam Puckett on Nickelodeon’s iCarly.
Jennette has denied rumors of romantic involvement with any member of the cast of iCarly, insisting that she is single. She was rumored to have been linked to Nathan Kress and Max Ehrich. Jennette is also a big supporter of the St. Jude’s Hospital, the Cody Waters Foundation and Starlight Children’s Foundation. Her involvement stems from her mother’s own battle with breast cancer. Jennette dated Detroit Pistons center Andre Drummond for a brief time in the summer of 2013 — they split because he was a bad kisser, Jennette revealed