Debra McCurdy is the mother of Jennette McCurdy who died in 2013 following a 17 years-long battle with cancer.
Jennette McCurdy is a known American singer, whose mom died, Jennette is a well-known American singer-songwriter, filmmaker, podcaster, and former actress.
Jennette McCurdy got in the spotlight after playing Sam Puckett in the Nickelodeon sitcom iCarly.
Jennette also reprised the character in its spin-off series Sam & Cat (2013–2014).
Jennette is a talented actress, who had openly talked about her relationship with her late mother.
Back in 2020, McCurdy wrote and performed her one-woman show called I’m Glad My Mom Died, although many performances were postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
And in October 2021, she revealed that she was emotionally and sexually abused by her late mother. The actress also disclosed that until she was 17 years old, her mom performed vaginal and breast exams on her and never let her shower alone.
Jennette mother, Debra McCurdy died at the age was 56 years old at the time of her death. She was born on July 17, 1957. Not much is known about her early life, as McCurdy just gained people’s attention after her daughter’s fame.
Jennette was born on June 26, 1992, in Los Angeles, California, the U.S making her age 29 years as of early 2022. She is the youngest of four children and has three older brothers.
Debra McCurdy was survived by her husband, Mark McCurdy and four children named Dustin McCurdy, Jennette McCurdy, Marcus McCurdy, and Scott McCurdy. McCurdy was living a low-key life.
Debra McCurdy’s cause of death was cancer. She had been living cancer-free for more than 15 years. But cancer came back in 2010 and spread throughout her body, making its way to her brain.
Jennette was just three years old when Debra was diagnosed with breast cancer and underwent several surgeries, chemotherapy, and a bone marrow transplant, and Debra passed away on September 20, 2013.