- Jenette McCurdy, who has been acting since she was 13, said embarrassment kicked in when she turned 15 and she doesn't want to do it any more
- According to the actress, she is done with her career on TV and now hopes to be a writer or director
- Nothing about her job makes her happy and she feels ashamed to look back at where she came from
Today is a sad day for iCarly fans across the world as one of the show’s main characters has chosen to step down from acting.
Nickelodeon actress Jennette McCurdy, who played Sam Pucket on the show, announced that she will no longer be acting.
The 28-year-old stated on her podcast that her history in the acting scene makes her cringe with embarrassment each time she thinks of it.
The US celebrity stated that she is ashamed of the roles she took up in the industry.
To Jennette, her career is not something to boast about.
“My experience with acting is, I’m so ashamed of the parts I’ve done in the past. I resent my career in a lot of ways. I feel so unfulfilled by the roles that I played and felt like it was the cheesiest and embarrassing,” the star revealed on an episode of her podcast Empty Inside.
Jennette thinks the best direction for her to take is writing and directing.
In other celebrity acting news, Briefly.co.za recently reported that Thando Thabethe is set to star in a new investigative drama series called Reyka. After the success of How to Ruin Christmas: The Wedding, Thando Thabethe is set to star in a new television series. This is according to entertainment blogger and commentator Phil Mphela.
Thando has been showing no mercy ever since she started her acting career. The series that the actress is going to be starring in is called Reyka. It is an eight-part investigative crime drama.
The production is going to be done by both South African and UK companies. The series is going to be filmed in Mzansi and it is going to be airing in July 2021 on M-Net.
Mzansi television fans reacted to the news on Twitter and many are excited to be seeing her on their screens again.
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