Jennette McCurdy net worth and salary: Jennette McCurdy is an American film and television actress and country pop singer-songwriter who has a net worth of $5 million. Jennette McCurdy has earned her net worth from several films, and television roles such as the role of Sam Puckett on the Nickelodeon sitcom iCarly. Some of her most notable television appearances have been in shows including, True Jackson VP, Zoey 101, Malcolm in the Middle, Will & Grace, Strong Medicine, Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, The Inside and Judging Amy. She was born in Garden Grove, California, on June 26, 1992. She started her acting career at the age of eight, on MADtv. She decided to become an actress after watching Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope which starred Harrison Ford. McCurdy had the chance to act with her inspiration, Harrison Ford in the 2003 movie Hollywood Homicide. Some other notable roles for Jennette include, CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, Lincoln Heights, and role of Bertha in Fred: The Movie based on a You Tube series about Fred Figglehorn.
Jennette McCurdy Salary
How much does Jennette McCurdy make per episode of iCarly? $50,000
She was nominated for a Young Artist Award for both her role on iCarly in 2008, and for her outstanding performance in the role of Dory Sorenson in the made for TV movie, "The Last Day of Summer". Then in 2009 she was nominated and won the 2009 Teen Choice Award in the Favorite TV Sidekick category for her work on iCarly. She is an active supporter of the Cody Waters Foundation, and was active in campaigns such as stopping child soldiers. She is in the Invisible Children Inc. group and the St. Jude Children's Research Hospital. Currently Jenettee serves as a StarPower Ambassador for Starlight Children's Foundation, an organization that encourages other young people to commit their time, energy and resources to help other kids and help Starlight to brighten the lives of seriously ill children. McCurdy's mother Debra is a breast cancer survivor, and McCurdy herself composed and published an article titled "Off-Camera, My Mom's Fight With Cancer" for the Wall Street Journal, which describes her mother's ordeal and how the family coped.