Jennette McCurdy is an American actress, voice actress, writer and singer. She started acting in 2000 at the age of 8 and went on to appear in a number of television dramas. However, she is best recognized for her television role as Sam Puckett on ‘iCarly’ (2007-2012) and its spin-off ‘Sam & Cat’ (2013-2014). Her main TV roles also include Wiley Day on ‘Between’ (2015-2016).
McCurdy has also garnered popularity for writing, producing and starring in her own web series ‘What’s next for Sarah?’ (2014). Her other web projects include ‘8 Bodies’ (2017) and ‘Wine and Cheese’ (2017).
As a film actress, McCurdy made her film debut in ‘Shadow Fury’ (2001). Following that, she acted in several short films such as ‘See Anthony Run’ (2005), ‘The Death and Return of Superman’ (2011), ‘Security Deposit’ (2017) and ‘The First Lady’ (2018). Her worst movie was ‘Hollywood Homicide’ (2003).
Jennette McCurdy made her directional debut with Kenny (2018). She has also directed ‘The Grave’, ‘The McCurdys’ and ‘Strong Independent Women’.
Pet is a psychological thriller film which tells the story of Seth, an extremely introverted man, who develops an obsession with Holly, a waitress, who is his former high school classmate. When Seth finds out that Holly is actually a serial killer, he kidnaps her, and holds her captive in a cage.
Sergeant Joe Gavilan and KC Calden are homicide detectives and partners in LAPD's Hollywood Division. The story follows them juggling their side jobs with the murder investigation of four members of a rap group. The action-comedy film is based on the real-life experiences of its writer Robert Souza.