"iCarly" aired in 2007 and ended in 2012 but got revived for Paramount+ in 2021.
Miranda Cosgrove, who played Carly, is still acting and doing voiceover work for movies and shows.
Jennette McCurdy, who played Sam, just released the bestselling book "I'm Glad My Mom Died."
Miranda Cosgrove played the show's titular character, Carly Shay.
Prior to playing the lead on "iCarly," Miranda Cosgrove was already appearing in films and movies for kids and teens.
She played Megan Parker on the popular Nickelodeon show "Drake and Josh" and had starred in the Jack Black-led comedy "School of Rock" (2003).
Cosgrove is still acting in film and television.
After "iCarly" ended in 2012, Cosgrove attended the University of Southern California.
While pursuing higher education, she continued her voiceover work for the "Despicable Me" franchise, which she'd begun appearing in during 2010.
She voiced Margo in the first film and in "Despicable Me 2" (2013) and "Despicable Me 3" (2017).
She also appeared on the NBC comedy series "Crowded," in the horror film "The Intruders" (2015), and in a variety of TV movies.
Her latest projects include a role in "North Hollywood," a film about becoming a pro skater, and a guest appearance on an episode of ABC's "The Goldbergs."
She's also currently starring on the "iCarly" revival.
Jennette McCurdy played Carly's fiery best friend, Sam Puckett.
After having guest roles on a range of TV shows, Jennette McCurdy landed the role of Sam, one of Carly's best friends and co-host of the web series.
McCurdy is still acting and she's now a bestselling author.
After "iCarly" ended, McCurdy played Sam Puckett on the Nickelodeon spin-off series "Sam and Cat," which also starred "Victorious" star Ariana Grande. The show aired from 2013 to 2014.
In 2015, McCurdy began starring on the Canadian sci-fi series "Between." A few years later, McCurdy wrote and directed the short film "Kenny" (2018).
In 2020, she began performing her tragic-comedy one-woman show "I'm Glad My Mom Died" in Los Angeles.
She hosts the podcast "Empty Inside," where she has spoken about her horrible experience with past roles, including when she played Sam on "iCarly."
In August 2022, she released her bestselling memoir "I'm Glad My Mom Died" where she further detailed her difficult experiences growing up and being on Nickelodeon.
The actor also said Cosgrove asked her to join the "iCarly' revival on Paramount+, but Mccurdy, who has since quit acting, declined, saying she wanted to prioritize her "mental health and happiness."
Nathan Kress played Freddie Benson, the tech producer of "iCarly."
Before he played Carly's friend and the producer of her web series, Nathan Kress had a few roles under his belt.
He appeared as a sketch actor on ABC's "Jimmy Kimmel Live!" and voiced a character on the multi-network TV series "Shuriken School."
Kress also had guest roles on a few series, including CBS's "Without a Trace" and Disney Channel's "The Suite Life of Zack and Cody."
Kress is still acting, and he has a podcast.
After "iCarly" ended, Kress reprised his role of Freddie Benson on one episode of "Sam and Cat."
He also continued his career in the entertainment industry and appeared in a few films, including the disaster flick "Into the Storm" (2014). He did voice acting for various "Star Wars" projects, too.
Kress recently worked on Fullscreen's "Alive in Denver" and Netflix's "Pinky Malinky."
He and actor Brett Davern also host the podcast "Radioactive Dads," which features conversations between friends about parenting and life.
He's currently on the "iCarly" reboot.
Jerry Trainor played Spencer Shay.
Before he played Carly's older brother, Spencer Shay, actor Jerry Trainor was well-known as Crazy Steve on the Nickelodeon show "Drake and Josh."
He had also previously appeared on a variety of hit TV series from the early aughts.
Trainor continues to act in movies and on television shows.
After "iCarly" ended, Trainor continued to work with Nickelodeon, starring on the show "Wendell and Vinnie" and doing voiceover work for "T.U.F.F. Puppy."
Most recently, Trainor appeared on Netflix's "No Good Nick" and an episode of Disney Channel's "Bunk'd."
He's also on the "iCarly" reboot.
Noah Munck played Gibby, who was often taking his shirt off for no particular reason.
Before Noah Munck played Gibby, he didn't have much acting experience beyond guest-starring on a few TV shows, including Disney Channel's "Wizards of Wavery Place."
Munck has since starred on "The Goldbergs" and produced music.
Munck did, however, reprise his role as Gibby on an episode of "Sam and Cat."
In 2014, Munck began starring on the hit ABC comedy "The Goldbergs" as Rob Smith.
Reed Alexander played Carly's nemesis, Nevel Papperman.
Before joining the show as tween villain Nevel Papperman, Reed Alexander was in a few made-for-TV movies and appeared on NBC's "Will and Grace."
Alexander is now focusing on his journalism career.
After "iCarly," Alexander reprised his role on the show's spin-off, "Sam and Cat." He also published a cookbook, "Kewl Bites," in 2013.
However, in recent years he has shifted his attention from the entertainment industry to his journalism career.
While attending New York University, Alexander spent a semester covering business, politics, international affairs, and breaking news for CNN International in Hong Kong. He then received a master's degree in journalism from Columbia University.
Alexander is currently working as a Wall Street reporter at Business Insider covering financial organizations.
He reprised his role on a 2021 episode of the "iCarly" reboot.
Mary Scheer played Marissa Benson.
Actress and comedian Mary Scheer was already established in the entertainment industry before taking on the role of Freddie's overprotective mom, Marissa Benson.
She was part of the original cast of the popular FOX/The CW sketch-comedy show "MADtv" and she also did voiceover work for a few series, including Nickelodeon's "Hey Arnold!"
Scheer continues to act on TV shows and in movies.
After finishing her work on "iCarly," Scheer reprised her role as Marissa Benson once more on "Sam and Cat."
The actress has continued her TV career, appearing on shows like CBS's "2 Broke Girls" and Disney's "Bunk'd."
The most recent project Scheer appeared in, per IMDb, is the 2019 Zach Galifianakis comedy "Between Two Ferns: The Movie." She's also reprised her role on the "iCarly" reboot.
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