The other half of” iCarly” is Miranda Cosgrove. She played opposite Jennette’s Sam as Carly in the delightful duo. But it was not her first Nickelodeon show.
She was seven when she started acting and she starred in “Drake & Josh” before she got the lead in “iCarly.” Cosgrove had a memorable role in the cult classic “School of Rock” in 2004. In 2012, she was paid more than any kid actor ever.
Olivia Holt Then
Olivia Holt got her big showbiz break in Disney Channel’s "Kickin’ It" when she was 14. She then landed the made-for-TV Disney movie "Girl vs. Monster" and the series "I Didn’t Do It."
She flexed her voice actor skills and voiced "Gnome Alone," "Tinker Bell," and "The Legend of the NeverBeast."
Transitioning to adult acting, Olivia Holt joined the cast of the" Same Kind of Different as Me" with Renee Zellweger and Greg Kinnear. She was cast for the lead in "Class Rank," an independent comedy, and she was set to star in "Status Update" in 2016.
She has also been pursuing a music career and has since released a few albums! Her music hasn't stopped her acting caerre. She's since landed a starring role in the tv series "Cruel Summer."
After fronting one of the most popular Nick shows, it would seem a slew of adult roles would be coming her way. But since her child acting days, Miranda Cosgrove has worked on relatively few projects. She voiced Margo in the "Despicable Me" films and put out a new album.
Meanwhile, she attended USC and graduated with a psychology degree. She found her way back to her "iCarly" roots by starring in its reboot.
Christina Vidal Then
We know Christina Vidal from "Taina" on Nickelodeon where she brought the title character to life in 2001. Taina was an aspiring singer hoping to top the charts. The series ran for two seasons.
Christina also tried her hand at music in real life as a member of the all-girl band Gemstone.