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Miranda Cosgrove
Miranda Cosgrove at Despicable Me 2 red carpet movie premiere at Event Cinemas, Bondi Junction, Sydney, Australia.jpg
Cosgrove at the Despicable Me 2 red carpet premiere in June 2013
Born
Miranda Taylor Cosgrove

(1993-05-14) May 14, 1993 (age 27)
Alma materUniversity of Southern California[2]
Occupation
  • Actress
  • singer
Years active2001–present[3]
Musical career
Genres
Instruments
  • Vocals
  • guitar
Labels
Associated acts

Miranda Taylor Cosgrove (born May 14, 1993)[6] is an American actress and singer. Her career began at the age of seven with several television commercial appearances. Cosgrove's film debut came in 2003 when she appeared as Summer Hathaway in School of Rock. She appeared in a number of minor television roles over several years before coming to prominence as Megan Parker on the Nickelodeon television series Drake & Josh.

In 2007, she landed the role of Carly Shay, the lead character in the Nickelodeon teen sitcom iCarly, in which she starred until 2012. The series brought Cosgrove international recognition. As of May 2010, Cosgrove earned $180,000 per episode of iCarly, making her the second-highest-paid child star on television, and in 2012 was listed in the Guinness World Records as the highest paid child actress.[7][8] Cosgrove also voiced Margo in the animated film Despicable Me (2010) and its sequels. In 2016, she starred as Shea Moore on the short-lived NBC sitcom Crowded.[9]

In music, Cosgrove debuted with iCarly (2008), a soundtrack album for the series in which she performs four songs. In 2009, she released her debut extended play, About You Now.[10] Cosgrove's debut studio album, Sparks Fly, was released in April 2010, followed by her second extended play, High Maintenance, the following year. The EP's lead single, "Dancing Crazy", written by Avril Lavigne, debuted at number 40 on the US Billboard Adult Top 40 and peaked at number 100 on the Billboard Hot 100.[11]

Early life

Cosgrove was born in Los Angeles, California, to Tom, who owns a dry-cleaning business,[12] and Chris (née Casey), a homemaker.[12] She has stated that she is of English, Irish, and French descent.[13] At the age of three, she was discovered by a talent agent[12] while singing and dancing at the Los Angeles restaurant Taste of L.A.[14] Cosgrove stated that when the agent approached her and her mother for modeling, she had "never really thought of being an actress" and "was lucky".[15] After choosing to take the offer, she appeared in television commercials for McDonald's[16] and Mello Yello,[16] and also modeled.[17] At the age of seven, she decided that she "loved doing it" and auditioned for theater and television roles.[15]

Career

2001–2006: Breakthrough with Drake & Josh

Cosgrove's first television appearance (aside from commercials) was in 2001 as the voice of young Lana Lang in the pilot episode of Smallville. Cosgrove then made her film debut in 2003's School of Rock, directed by Richard Linklater. In the movie, she played Summer Hathaway, a young girl with great ambition and discipline who finds herself adjusting to the free-spirited nature of the new teacher by becoming band manager of the classroom's rock band. School of Rock was both a box office hit, grossing over $131,282,949 worldwide,[18] and critical success, receiving a 91 percent score on Rotten Tomatoes.[19] Cosgrove's acting on the film was praised, with David Ansen of Newsweek describing it as "spot on".[20] She said of the experience of working with Jack Black: "The first week it was like, 'Oh, my God, that's Jack Black,' but two weeks later it was fine. He's really funny. Sometimes the director would say, 'Jack, you can't make them laugh so much.'"[21] She cited the scene of trying to sing badly as very difficult. Cosgrove stated that "I got a 45-minute lesson from Jim O'Rourke of Sonic Youth on how to sing badly. I've been taking singing lessons for about five years, so getting to sing badly was new. The director kept saying, 'Try to sing even worse, Miranda,' so it was weird."[16]

In 2004, Cosgrove soon landed her first major role in a television series when she was awarded a main role in the Nickelodeon series Drake & Josh, alongside Drake Bell and Josh Peck. In the series, she portrayed Megan Parker, the mischievous younger sister of the title characters. Also in 2004, Cosgrove guest-starred in a special episode of the animated series What's New, Scooby-Doo?, as well as guest-starring in a season five episode of Grounded For Life, portraying the character of Jessica.[22] In 2005, Cosgrove was awarded the role of 'Munch' in the Cartoon Network film Here Comes Peter Cottontail: The Movie. In the film, Cosgrove portrays a female mouse who is rescued from a hawk by Junior and Flutter, and subsequently comes along for the adventure that the characters must take.[23] Cosgrove also guest-starred on two episodes of the animated comedy, Lilo & Stitch: The Series. The television series, which aired on Disney, is a spin-off of the original film, Lilo & Stitch. Cosgrove was also awarded her second major role in a theatrical film, when she cast alongside Drake & Josh co-star Drake Bell in the comedy film Yours, Mine & Ours, in which she portrayed the character Joni;[24][25] the film performed mildly at the box office. Yours, Mine and Ours opened at number three, with an opening weekend of $17,461,108 in the US.[26] Cosgrove later starred in her third theatrical release, Keeping Up with the Steins, which was released to generally negative reviews from critics. The film was also a failure at the box office.[27][28][29]

2007–2012: iCarly and music

She also earned a role in the straight-to-DVD film The Wild Stallion and appeared in several Nickelodeon television series. The first of these appearances was in Zoey 101. Cosgrove later guest starred on an episode of Unfabulous, which starred Emma Roberts. In the episode, Cosgrove guest starred as a sweet girl named Cosmina. However, Cosgrove was already in the works of starring in her own sitcom, titled iCarly, released on September 8, 2007. Schneider tailored iCarly around the interest young people have in the internet. A unique part of this show is the fact that viewers may submit their own videos and also be included in the show. Cosgrove said of the audience participation aspect, "When I first heard about the idea, I thought it was so cool. If I were home and watching TV, I'd want to send in a video."[30] By the summer of 2008, the show was the third highest rated in the 9–14 demographic. The "iCarly Saves TV" special extended episode, became the most-viewed entertainment show on cable TV in June 2008.[16] The Drake & Josh final episode was aired on September 16, 2007. Cosgrove's debut as a recording artist began with the iCarly theme song "Leave It All to Me",[31] featuring Drake Bell and released as a single on December 2, 2007.[32] In June 2008, Columbia Records released the iCarly soundtrack, which featured four songs performed by Cosgrove and debuted at number one on the Billboard Kid Albums chart.[33][34] The following single "Stay My Baby" failed to reach the charts, but the third release, "About You Now", reached number 47 on the Hot 100.[35]

Cosgrove at the 2010 MuchMusic Video Awards.

In December 2008, a cover of the holiday song "Christmas Wrapping" was released to promote the hour-long special Merry Christmas, Drake & Josh.[36] On February 3, 2009, Cosgrove released her first solo recording, the extended play About You Now with five songs.[37] To promote the 2009 animated film Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs, Columbia Records released a single entitled "Raining Sunshine" with an accompanying music video in August 2009.[38][39] Cosgrove became one of MTV's Female Pop Rookies of 2009.[40] In 2010, Cosgrove worked with songwriters The Matrix, Dr. Luke, Max Martin,[39] Leah Haywood, and Daniel James, for her debut studio album. She said that "most of the songs are fun, pop, rock-girl empowerment".[39] The first single from her album, "Kissin U", was premiered on Ryan Seacrest's radio show on March 12, 2010.[41] The album, titled Sparks Fly, was released in April 2010,[42] and peaked at number 8 on the US Billboard 200 chart. She signed with skin care and cosmetics company Neutrogena on February 12, 2010, as an ambassador.[43] On March 17, 2010, it was reported that Cosgrove had signed a deal, reportedly in the "low- to mid-seven-figure range" to do 26 additional episodes of iCarly.[44] Also in 2010, Cosgrove voiced Margo in Universal Studios' 3-D computer animated feature Despicable Me, released in July 2010.

In January 2011, Cosgrove revealed that her new EP would be titled High Maintenance,[11] and also released the first single from the same. The song, titled "Dancing Crazy", was written by Max Martin, Shellback, and Avril Lavigne, and produced by Martin and Shellback.[45] With three weeks of airplay, the song debuted at number 40 on the US Billboard Adult Pop Songs.[11] On January 24, 2011, she released her debut tour, Dancing Crazy Tour, visiting North America in support of her first studio album, Sparks Fly. The tour began in Missouri, traveled throughout the United States, and ended in Ohio. Cosgrove continued the tour into the summer to promote her second EP, High Maintenance.[46] On July 15, 2011, the tour continued with a new title, Dancing Crazy Summer Tour, traveled the United States and Canada and performed at music festivals and state fairs. On August 11, 2011, Cosgrove broke her ankle in a tour bus accident on Interstate 70 near Vandalia, Illinois, resulting in the cancellation of her U.S. tour dates.[47][48] On January 24, 2012, Cosgrove released her second iCarly's soundtrack, iCarly: iSoundtrack II, produced by Dr. Luke.[49] On May 17, 2012, it was announced that the show's sixth season would be the last for iCarly.[50] The series finale, "iGoodbye", aired on November 23, 2012.[51] Following the filming of the finale in June 2012, Cosgrove embarked on a continuation of the Dancing Crazy Tour, titled the Summer Tour, in July and August 2012.

2013–present: Current work

On February 15, 2013, it was announced that Cosgrove would be starring in Girlfriend in a Coma, a television series written by Liz Brixius for NBC and adapted from the novel of the same title by Douglas Coupland. Cosgrove was scheduled to play Evie, the daughter of Karen, who wakes up after a nearly 20-year-long coma and finds out she has a daughter;[52] On March 19, 2013, it was announced that Christina Ricci left the cast and the project had several problems.[53] The project was later cancelled.[54] Cosgrove again voiced Margo in Despicable Me 2, released on June 5.[55] In 2013, she appeared in the animated short films Training Wheels as Margo and Gru's Girls as Savana. In December, she announced on the Today Show that she was recording a new album.[56][57] In 2014 Cosgrove performed voice work in the animated film A Mouse Tale, which was released on February 10, 2015.[58] Cosgrove also starred in the horror film The Intruders with Austin Butler, portraying the role of Rose.[59]

In May 2015, Cosgrove was cast in the NBC comedy pilot Crowded, created by Suzanne Martin with executive producer Sean Hayes.[60][9] Cosgrove played Shea, an astrophysics PhD graduate from MIT, who does not know what to do in post-college life, and so decides with her sister to move back home to find out, driving her parents crazy.[61] The series debuted on March 15, 2016, but was cancelled after one season.[62] In March 2017, Cosgrove was cast in the NBC comedy pilot Spaced Out from creators Adam Sztykiel and Bill Lawrence.[63] However, it was not ordered to series.[64]

In 2017, Cosgrove reprised her role as Margo once again in Despicable Me 3, which was released on June 14, 2017.[65] In 2019, Cosgrove was cast as Lisa Brown in the film 3022.[66] Since 2020, she has been the host of the CBS series Mission Unstoppable.[67]

Personal life

Prior to becoming an actress, Cosgrove wanted to be a veterinarian.[68]

Cosgrove is an only child and was homeschooled from sixth grade onwards.[2][69] In 2011, she was accepted at New York University and the University of Southern California (USC).[70] She ultimately started attending USC in fall of 2012, to be able to continue acting and to stay near her family.[71] She initially majored in film but later switched her degree to psychology.[2][71][72][73]

Cosgrove struggled with body image insecurities during her childhood.[74][75]

Philanthropy

Cosgrove is an active supporter of St. Jude Children's Research Hospital in Memphis, Tennessee.[76] She also visits other children's hospitals and considers Education Through Music one of her favorite charities.[77] She is a national spokesperson for Light the Night Walk, an organization that creates awareness for blood cancer.[78]

Filmography

Film

Year Title Role Notes
2003 School of Rock Summer Hathaway
2005 Yours, Mine and Ours Joni North
2006 Greatest Ever Comedy Movies Herself Documentary[79]
Khan Kluay Kon Suay Voice role
Keeping Up with the Steins Karen Sussman
2009 The Wild Stallion Hannah Mills
2010 Despicable Me Margo Voice role
Despicable Me: Home Makeover Margo Voice role; short film
2011 Our Deal Night Creepers Short film
2013 Despicable Me 2 Margo Voice role
Despicable Me: Training Wheels Margo Voice role; short film
2015 A Mouse Tale Samantha Voice role
The Intruders Rose Halshford
2017 Despicable Me 3 Margo Voice role[65]
2019 Despicable Me: Minion Scouts Margo Voice role; short film
3022[66] Lisa Brown

Television

Year Title Role Notes
2001 Smallville Young Lana Lang Episode: "Pilot"
2004 Grounded for Life Jessica Episode: "You Better You Bet"
What's New, Scooby-Doo? Miranda Wright Episode: "A Terrifying Round with a Menacing Metallic Clown"; voice role
2004–2007 Drake & Josh Megan Parker Main role
2005 Lilo & Stitch: The Series Sarah Episode: "Morpholomew: Experiment"; voice role
All That Herself Episode: "10th Anniversary Reunion Special"
Here Comes Peter Cottontail: The Movie Munch Voice role; television film
2006 Drake & Josh Go Hollywood Megan Parker Television film
2007 Zoey 101 Paige Howard Episode: "Paige at PCA"
Just Jordan Lindsey Chandler Episode: "Piano Stressin"
Unfabulous Cosmina Episode: "The Talent Show"
2007–2012 iCarly Carly Shay Main role
2008 The Naked Brothers Band Miranda Episode: "Mystery Girl: Part Two"
Mystery Girl Herself Television film
Merry Christmas Drake & Josh Megan Parker Television film
2010 7 Secrets with Miranda Cosgrove Herself Television documentary[80]
The Good Wife Sloan Burchfield Episode: "Bad Girls"
Big Time Christmas Herself Television film
2016 Crowded Shea Moore Main role
2017 Spaced Out Casey Unsold television pilot
2018 History of Them Narrator Unsold television pilot
2019 Mission Unstoppable Herself Host
2020 The Goldbergs Elana Reid Episode: "Preventa Mode"

Video games

Year Title Role Notes
2007 Drake & Josh Megan Parker Character design
Drake & Josh: Talent Showdown Megan Parker Character design
2009 iCarly Carly Shay Voice role
2010 iCarly 2: iJoin the Click Carly Shay Voice role

Music videos

Year Title Artist Role
2011 "Our Deal" Best Coast
2013 "Happy" Pharrell Williams Cameo
2018 "Happier" Marshmello Lead teenager[81]

Discography

Studio albums

Extended plays

Concert tours

Awards and nominations

Cosgrove has won two Young Artist Awards and one Kids' Choice Award, as well as receiving a number of nominations from both. She has won various awards in recognition for her public image. In the 2012 edition of the Guinness World Records, Cosgrove was listed as the highest paid child actress, for her work on iCarly.[82]

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