The publication of Jennette McCurdy’s frank memoir, in which she discusses her previous life as a child actress, has caused a stir recently. Fans of the former iCarly star have backed her despite the book’s contentious title and brutal candor. Josh Peck, a fellow veteran of Nickelodeon, has now joined Jennette McCurdy’s expanding list of supporters. Peck had some wonderfully lovely comments following the publication of her biography, even referring to his buddy as “brave.”
About the Interview
In an interview, the Drake & Josh alum expressed his incredibly favorable opinions on the iCarly veteran and her novel. Josh Peck said that after seeing the former actress’s humor and intellect in their contacts over the years, he was eager to read her book. “I think she is incredibly brave to tell her story and to be as honest as she is. I think one of her great talents is her wit and how thoughtful she is and as soon as I was able to pick up the book I did because I wanted to see the way she told her story.”
Josh Peck, like his friend, published a very frank book this year titled Happy People Are Annoying. He discussed his weight issues and year-long fight with substances in it, as well as the difficulties he encountered as a former child star. He, therefore, advocates being honest and stating the truth, no matter how difficult it may be to do so. The former Sam Puckett actor has been openly discussing her experience as a child star, including how guilty she has felt about her time on Nickelodeon. She was able to elaborate on these ideas in her book while also providing some unexpected facts.
Jennette McCurdy’s Inspiration
The star’s unflinching openness allowed her to discuss everything in the illuminating biography, from her complex relationship with her late mother to her jealously of Sam & Cat co-star Ariana Grande. (The latter reportedly came to a head after the pop singer joined two-time Oscar winner Tom Hanks at a family game). Even more in-depth topics covered by Jennette McCurdy were her unsuitable relationships with men and eating issues.
While McCurdy’s experiences have made news, the book’s contentious title has taken readers by surprise. As a result, Jennette McCurdy has spoken up about the inspiration for the name, which she came up with after years of examining the daughter-mother connection in therapy. Jennette McCurdy is now concentrating on her directorial career.