Episode 2 of the Jenny McCurdy Podcast Empty Inside
During episode 2 of her podcast, Jennette McCurdy reveals a secret to her life and gives some great tips for living a better life. This episode is a must-listen, so make sure you subscribe to her podcast!
During Episode 1 of the Jenny McCurdy podcast “Empty Inside”, the former Nickelodeon star sheds light on her turbulent career, from her days working with Miranda Cosgrove to her starring role on “iCarly” to her stint as a Disney Channel star. She also reveals why she’s not returning to the limelight.
Despite her starring role on “iCarly” and her appearances in national commercials, McCurdy never really thought of herself as an actress. She only began performing when she was six years old. In the early 1990s, her mother, Debra McCurdy, wanted her to pursue an acting career. She supervised her daughter’s every move, limiting her social life and forcing her to work long hours.
McCurdy also suffered from anorexia and binge eating. She also experimented with sex as an adult and drank heavily in an effort to cope with her despair. Her father Dustin McCurdy had no idea of the extent of her abuse until recently.
“Empty Inside” is a two-hour podcast that features interviews with McCurdy and her friends. She touches on her starring role on “iCarly,” her experience as a Disney Channel star, her time as a “Sam & Cat” star, and her role as an actress in the movie “Hollywood Homicide”. She also reveals the most important thing she’s learned about herself and her life during her stint on “iCarly.”
Despite her starring role in the popular Nickelodeon series iCarly, McCurdy never quite found her muse. While she did appear in small roles on sitcoms, she never really felt like an actress. Her mother, Debra, ruled her life until she was 21, when she died of breast cancer. McCurdy’s father, Dustin, didn’t realize the full scope of Debra’s abuses until recent years.
Despite her mother’s control, McCurdy did find success in show business. She starred in “iCarly” and starred in a number of national commercials. She also sang on the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade float. The show spawned several spinoffs, including “Sam & Cat” and “The Sam & Cat Show”. In 2013, after her mother’s death, McCurdy decided to call it quits.
For one thing, McCurdy never really got her due. Her mother was the real boss, making all of her decisions and dictating what she could and could not do. And even when she was not in the room, Debra was. McCurdy’s family walked on eggshells around Debra. The two never really had a close relationship. McCurdy’s mother’s wrath was a constant source of worry.
Despite her success on the iCarly TV series, actress Jennette McCurdy says she never really enjoyed acting. She says her relationship with her mother was a difficult one, and her mother made all the decisions for her. During her childhood, McCurdy’s mother pushed her to become anorexic. She also forced her to undergo breast exams until she was 17.
McCurdy grew up in a household dominated by her mother. The pair walked on eggshells, and her mother dictated everything from her career to her social life. In her memoir, Yours Truly: The Story of My Mother’s Cancer, McCurdy reveals that her mother died of breast cancer when she was 21. The actress says she didn’t know about the extent of her mother’s abuse until recently.
In her memoir, McCurdy says she struggled with eating disorders and bulimia when she was young. She also experimented with alcohol as an adult. She says she was afraid of disappointing her mother, and worried she would get cancer.
Throughout her childhood, McCurdy battled with anorexia and bingeing, and also tried her hand at sex as an adult. She has since embraced a full range of acting talents off-screen, including producing and writing. She is a bestselling author.
As a child, McCurdy’s mother encouraged her to become anorexic. She also tried to sabotage her career by sending her abusive emails. She eventually died of breast cancer at the age of 21. Her daughter, Dustin, had no idea of the extent of her abuse until recently.
McCurdy grew up in a family that often walked on eggshells around her mother. She was constantly afraid of getting her mother’s wrath. She also struggled with anorexia, bulimia, and bingeing. She was also unable to get a period for years, due to her low weight. She also began to drink heavily to cope with her despair.
She has since found healing from telling her story. She also hosts a podcast called Empty Inside.